Memory Foam Technology and its Advancements
manufacturingtechnologyinsights

Memory Foam Technology and its Advancements

By Manufacturing Technology Insights | Friday, February 21, 2020

The future of memory foam is secure with the creation of a series of memory foam line of mattresses. Most of the memory foam mattresses have also earned the certification indicating that they are safe for the most vulnerable members—children, the elderly, and the sick.

FREMONT, CA: Memory foam has had quite a past since its expansion in the 1960s. There have been a few transformations and advances in memory foam technology. It is interesting to take a step back and see where it all began to see how far memory foam has come.

Memory Foam Past

In the beginning, memory foam was designed by NASA chemists to create a material that would alleviate pressure the astronauts encountered as an effect of g-forces they pulled at liftoff. It had to offer an adequate amount of support while also cushioning astronauts to prevent painful pressure points. They created memory foam that was temperature sensitive so that it can assimilate body heat while sharing the weight of astronauts’ bodies equally.

Memory Foam Present

Most brands and companies have escalated aboard to share in the accomplishment of memory foam mattresses since the 1990s, but little has altered structurally in the way memory foam mattresses have been made since then. Today, one has the chance to explore the potential of memory foam and how these changes can make the beds accessible to a much wider audience.

Memory Foam Future

The future of memory foam is secure with the creation of a series of memory foam line of mattresses. Most of the memory foam mattresses have also earned the certification indicating that they are safe for the most vulnerable members—children, the elderly, and the sick.

The firm latex core of memory foam mattresses removes the quicksand feeling various people experience when sleeping on a memory foam mattress. The certification highlighting healthful indoor environments means there are no chemical emissions to offer brutal off-gassing that not only smells bad but also intensifies allergies. The design itself is intended for adequate airflow so that memory foam does not trap heat close to the body, facilitating people to sleep more relaxed night after night. The future of memory foam looks better than ever. Backed by a large crowd’s night satisfaction, one has nothing to lose, and so many hours of peaceful sleep to gain.

See Also :- Top CPG Tech Solution Companies

 

Weekly Brief

Top 10 Motion Control Systems Companies - 2019

Read Also