Mattresses with foam
Fresh mattresses with foam are made from multiple types of foam (polyurethane, cold cast or memory foam)
Polyurethane foam is the most common type of foam in mattress production. Depending on the density and hardness, this foam can conjoin orthopedic and anatomic properties. This foam gives strong hold during sleep while keeping the mattress soft and elastic.
Cold cast foam or highly elastic foam is a material based on water and because of the special open ceil structure has greater surface softness, more comfort and elasticity, better transparency and faster moisture conductivity, better body support and increased durability relative to PU foam. It also perfectly conducts air and moisture. Has flawless anti alergic characteristic and it's chemically unharmful.
Memory foam, also known as Viscolelastic or NASA foam is termo active supstance which responds to heat and body pressure. On the very first touch it responds harder, but after affected by heat and body pressure it adapts the body and leaves the trace of the body in the mattress causing the relaxation of the body, also frees most pressure points of the body, improving circulation of the most strained parts of the body like: shoulders, back and pelvis reducing excessive moving for over 80%.