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Types of Foam

Gel Foam
Gel Foam

The gel in gel foam mattresses corrects this by enhancing air circulation. Heat is allowed to escape, and the sleeper stays cool at night. Otherwise, gel foam and memory foam mattresses offer all the same advantages.

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Gel Foam
Gel Foam

The gel in gel foam mattresses corrects this by enhancing air circulation. Heat is allowed to escape, and the sleeper stays cool at night. Otherwise, gel foam and memory foam mattresses offer all the same advantages.

Open Cell
Open Cell

Both closed cell spray foam and open cell spray foam insulation can be used effectively in commercial building designs to allow the building to achieve energy efficiency and consistent performance.

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Open Cell
Open Cell

The Differences Between Open Cell and Closed Cell Polyurethane Spray Foam Polyurethane spray foam is a widely used and widely accepted method of providing insulation for a broad range of applications, from refrigerator interiors to attic crawlspaces. The benefits of a spray foam, as opposed to other types of insulation, include quick application, dexterity in hard to read spots and generally robust resistance to diverse environmental conditions.

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Plant Based or Eco Foam
Plant Based or Eco Foam

Plant-based memory foam may be in an eco-friendly mattress near you. Find out more about this innovative new material making beds safer.

Plant Based or Eco Foam
Plant Based or Eco Foam

Plant-based memory foam may be in an eco-friendly mattress near you. Find out more about this innovative new material making beds safer.

Traditional
Traditional

Lastly, a traditional memory foam mattress will last much longer than a spring type because of the materials used and the way it’s constructed. Air Cool Memory Foam One of the biggest complaints about memory foam mattresses is the amount of heat they can produce.