Folks, having a good mattress make all the difference at bedtime and recharging the battery the next day. But do you know how to choose the ideal model? If your answer is no, come with me and I’ll help you with that!
Density and dimensions
Density is calculated in cubic meters and in the case of mattresses it is calculated on the basis of the foam it has. Density is directly proportionate to the pressure the bed may bear. And yes, you can measure it too. Check out the details given below:
D20–This is used in cots and children’s beds.
D23 – This is for people up to 1.80 meters in height and at most 50 kilos.
D26 – This is for people up to 1.80 meters in height and at most 60 kilos.
D28 – This is for people between 1.80 and 1.91 meters in height and weighing up to 70 kilos.
D33 – This is for people over 5 feet tall and weighing between 70 and 100 pounds.
D45or Above– This is for people over 5 feet tall and over 100 pounds.
Besides the density you need to know the sizes of the mattresses for each type of bed, see? For example:
– 0.60 or 0.70 centimeters wide x 1,30 m in length – ideal for crib and children’s bed
– 0.70 cm wide x 1.50 meters long – ideal for children’s bed
– 0.78 or 0.88 inches wide x 1.88 meters in length – ideal for single mattress
– 0.96cm or 1.0 meter wide x 2.0 meters long – ideal for the standard American single mattress
– 1.08 meters wide x 1.88 meters in length – ideal for the single mattress known as a widow’s bed
– 1.28 or 1.38 meters wide x 1.88 meters in length – ideal for double mattresses
– 1.58 meters wide x 1.98 meters long – ideal for a queen size couple
– 1,78 meters wide x 1,98 meters long – ideal for double king size
– 1.93 meters wide x 2.03 meters long – ideal for the super king size couple
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