Spring Coils – The basics of springs for SLEEPNIGHT®

With all the focus about ‘quality sleep’, are we forgetting the basics? Spring coils construction still form the basis of a good mattress that accounts for spring mattress still very much sought after as compared to foam.

SLEEPNIGHT® Spring Coil lasts a life time

SLEEPNIGHT® uses high quality wire to exacting specifications that surpass industry standards.
We invest heavily in R&D to continuously improve product design and materials used in all our bedding. That results in better quality mattress at a cost-effective pricing.

<h@>All SLEEPNIGHT® spring coils go through stress relieving methods via a tempering process.

This process is mandatory in order to produce spring coils that will stay in their intended shape which in return produces long-term performance. SLEEPNIGHT® utilises a complete line-up of quality spring coils which enhance the quality in every bed, putting more support and more value in your purchase.

Which way to turn?

The essential physics that enable a spring coil’s strong performance in mattress have not changed, but SLEEPNIGHT® have discovered ways that refine and fine-tune the spring coil construction, resulting in different levels of support and comfort.

The number of convulsions in a coil, the gauge of the wire, the way the wire is tempered and connected, plus the cushioning materials that are married into the spring coils, when varied, create new designs with endless arrays of characteristics that result in different comfort zones and levels.

Spring coil (Pocketed)

Pocketed springs are the mainstay of mattress springs, of which we offer the finest quality. Every spring is produced from a special wire using a high speed automated equipment. Low coil 3-3/4 and 4-1/2 for classic touch rest are available. Our spring coils are totally stress relieved and efficiently packed and shipped worldwide.

Available in 14cm 5 turns and 17cm 5 turns special height and 17cm 6 turns for high profile mattresses.

Spring count

Judging the value of a mattress by spring count is an obsolete method. No doubt coil count can affect weight distribution and mattress feel, but it is not the only determining factor for overall comfort, firmness, durability and quality. Spring count is just one of the many factors that contribute to a good mattress.

Standard industrial practice will thus recommend:

A Queen-size mattress should have at least 375 coils.
A King-size mattress should have at least 459 coils.
These numbers represent the crossover point between bargain basement mattresses and those that provide good basic support.

Research has shown that it’s impossible to come out with a clear definition when comparing mattresses, because of the many variables and possible combinations in mattress construction. However, research also shows that spring coil mattresses offer superior performance when it comes to support, minimising lower back strains while lying on both supine and side positions.