Radium Foam - Talalay Latex
Experience the natural, clean support of 100% Latex Mattresses, in the firmness of your choice. Why compromise...build your bed with the proper density (firmness) on each side of the bed. Top your bed with a breathable cotton and wool cover, and you have the best sleep environment available.
What is Latex?
Latex is a milky white liquid composed of rubber particles dispersed in
water. This material is whipped with air to form a foam, which is heated
to produce foam rubber, or latex. The soft, supple products of a real foam
rubber are what make our products superior. Latex is inherently
hypo-allergenic, anti-microbial and dust-mite resistant. Because it
breathes to remove body moisture, it keeps you warmer in the winter, and
cooler in the summer. Latex is not a plastic foam, like polyurethane
or furniture foam. It is a denser product made of rubber to last a lifetime.
The open cell structure of Talalay latex provides excellent air circulation.
Unlike urethane, latex will feel as good a year from now as it does in the
What is Talalay Latex?
The Talalay method produces the finest latex available. The Talalay process
This information is provided by FloBeds, The Original Personalized Latex Organic Mattress Company which has supplied both Radium and Latex International Talalay Latex mattresses since 1997.
- Liquid rubber whipped into a foam. Poured into a mold.
- When closed the mold has rods that go through the foamed rubber.
- A vacuum is placed on the mold, which removes air bubbles/pockets
and distributes the liquid rubber evenly through the mold.
- CO2 is run through the rods, freezing the foamed rubber and locking
in the consistency.
- Heat sent through the rods, providing even temperature and yielding
a consistent latex cores without air pockets or uneven firmnesses.
- After the mattress core is taken from the mold, it goes through a 5-stage fresh water washing to insure the cleanest, residue-free latex possible.
- Impact test results indicate an amazingly low loss of 2-8%.
- Besides Radium Foam in the Netherlands, there is one other producer of Talalay
latex in the world:Latex International in Connecticut, USA;