The construction of the bed is made of selected solid spruce wood combined with furniture board. Furniture board is commonly known as chip board. This construction material is widely used in the furniture and building industry. It is made of specially treated wooden chips pressed together with an addition of resin. High pressure and temperature is used to press the chips making the board. In this way, you can make boards with various dimensions, thickness, specific weight and resistance parameters. Chips for the production are made of healthy small-size wood. Furniture board is also used in the production of frames. Furniture board is a board with a layer made of timber strips and covered with veneers made of leaved or coniferous trees on both sides.
There are a lot of options available for the filling of the seat in our lounges. It all depends on the level of desired hardness. As a standard, the seat is made of a layer of high-resilience belts for increasing the durability of the seat and ensuring proper springiness. Then, a layer of upholstery felt is applied. The upholstery felt is used to ensure proper cushioning of the springs in the seat. Its purpose is also to prevent damage to soft elements in furniture from springs.
Another layer that is fundamental for comfort and durability of the lounge is a layer of corrugated spring. This is one of the most popular spring systems used in leisure furniture seats. Corrugated springs are made of properly profiled steel wire. Thanks to the springs, the seat is very flexible, durable and stable. After applying second layer of felt as a protection against springs, layers of foam are used. Their thickness and type depend on the level of desired hardness. As a standard, we use T-30 or T-40 foams. T-30 / T-40 foam is a foam with increased hardness, characterized by excellent air permeability. This quality of the foam is possible thanks to its open-porous structure. T-30/ T-40 foam is also characterized by small rigidity losses during use, high resistance to low and high temperatures, as well as excellent dimension stability. The foam also has high resistance to solvents and chemical agents. The standard thickness of the foam is ca. 10 cm. For more demanding clients, we use an additional layer of K-35-R foam (High-Resilience Foam). K-35-R foam (High Resilience Foam - HR) - in comparison with standard foam, it has better resilience that greatly increases comfort and extends durability of furniture. Basic advantages of K-35-R High Resilience Foam are: high range of rigidity and hardness, excellent durability, high elasticity and resistance to deformation, optimal, anatomical support of the body comparable with the parameters of latex, feeling of comfort.