Going to the core of medical needs




Going to the core of medical needs

We work closely with manufacturers and decision-makers in the medical profession to make sure we fully understand their needs as they evolve. Our innovations help them to meet everyday challenges, including safety, budgetary and environmental goals. We achieve this by tuning our mattresses to meet specific needs for different applications:

Wash street proof

  • Patented system
  • Ingenious label design
  • Entire mattress washable
  • Anti decubitus properties


  • Extra-strong cover
  • Safe, sewn construction
  • Highly fire retardant
  • Hard-wearing


  • Anti-MRSA
  • Anti-house dust mite
  • Anti-fungal
  • Anti-odour

Home care

  • Basic care applications
  • Simple constructions
  • Good comfort and support
  • Wipe-clean covers


  • Low body weight usage
  • Cot mattress versions
  • Soft, durable foams
  • Easily disinfected


  • Higher body weight usage
  • Larger dimensions available
  • Specially designed cover
  • Firm, higher density foams


A comprehensive portfolio

Single layer
In its simplest format, a single piece of foam can be transformed by our technology to produce basic mattresses and more complex structures. We can also build in many design features and benefits from our unique key ingredients system to provide the comfort and pressure-reducing characteristics needed.


Intelligent use of different foam grades in layers is an effective way to create anti-decubitus solutions. We select and construct the optimum foam combinations from our vast range of foam grades to achieve the desired result. We may use two, three or more layers, with individual layers typically 2 cm to 10 cm thick.


Visco Elastic Foams
The pressure-reducing attributes of Visco Elastic foams are well known. As a leading foam producer, we understand how the best characteristics of Visco foams can be used with more resilient grades to provide the right combination of support and pressure care. Our Visco grades also offer excellent breathability.


Patients have different pressure reducing requirements for different parts of their anatomy. Their needs can be met by creating zoned mattresses using different foam grades. For example, extra care can be taken to protect heels, where pressure sores can be a particular problem.