The pocket spring mattress is instead equipped with independent springs, called “bagged” because they are enclosed separately inside fabric bags. The iron or steel springs contained inside the bags are totally divided one with the other, while the bags are tied together so as to allow the springs to maintain the right position.

This type of structure allows the springing of the spirals only where the pressure is exerted, without therefore involving all the springs of the mattress. In this way, the product adapts to the body and not the other way, as happens with traditional spring structures.

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The pocket spring mattress is, therefore, the ideal solution, especially when the bed is divided by two partners, who can rest in peace and their movements will not bother the partner.

On the market, there are different types of memory spring pocket mattress, with a number of springs that can vary from 300 up to 7000. It is, however, essential to remember that, to be of good quality and to give good support to the body, the pocket springs mattress memory must have at least 600 springs.

The greater the number of metal spirals contained within the structure, the more the reactivity of the same to the weight of the body will be homogeneous. However, it is important to remember that the rigidity of the mattress varies greatly depending on the number of springs: the softer there will be inside the structure and the softer it will be.

The memory spring pocket mattress, therefore, in addition to having the advantage of being made up of independent springs, also has the advantage of containing a memory foam topper, a special foamy compound that adapts to the body’s heat.

Pocket spring mattress and memory foam:

Spring mattresses do not have the advantage of adapting to the warmth of the human body unless the material that wraps and covers the metal parts is not the memory foam. This is in fact known for its ability to progressively change its shape and its temperature according to that of the body, and therefore to provide comfort and to distribute the weight carefully in a uniform manner.