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WHAT IS BLENDED LATEX?

Blended latex is just what it sounds like, a combination of Natural latex and Synthetic latex mixed together.

WHICH LATEX IS BEST FOR ME?

This is a question that’s answer can depend on your perspective. All latex formulas offer numerous benefits to consumers that far outweigh the benefits of conventional foam bedding materials. Keep in mind that while latex formulations are contrasted with each other below, all latex rubber significantly outperforms foams such as memory foam or traditional polyurethane foam for durability, pressure relief and sleep benefits.

NATURAL LATEX

Natural latex, as its name implies, is “natural” which offers many benefits for use in sleep products. Consumers that have an organic lifestyle and have made numerous changes to remove most synthetic chemicals from their household tend to purchase 100% natural formulations. The elasticity, healthiness, and ability of Natural Latex to conform to your body, reducing pressure on your muscles and circulation is unsurpassed. The resulting benefits and luxurious comfort simply can’t be matched by synthetic latex. However, because it is a “natural” product there are inconsistencies at the molecular level which cause Natural Latex products to wear at a faster rate than Synthetic Latex.

SYNTHETIC LATEX

Synthetic Latex is extremely uniform at the molecular level, so sleep products will have greater durability than those made solely with Natural Latex. However, what you gain in durability you lose in feel and sleep benefits as compared to Natural Latex.


BLENDED LATEX

When consumers want to know a product is natural and good for the environment while also looking for a product that will help them sleep better with optimum value for their money- they purchase blended latex. By combining Natural Latex and Synthetic Latex together you get the best of both worlds. Natural components, elasticity, conformity, health benefits and luxurious feel from Natural Latex combine with extended durability from Synthetic Latex- to make a product that the Earth provided and we perfected.

Blended latex can be compared to a gold wedding band. No one has a 24 karat (100% gold) wedding band because it would be too soft and bend if gripped too hard. The solution is an 18 karat gold ring where the gold is mixed with another, more durable metal. The result is a ring that has the look and feel of pure gold but is less vulnerable to damage or wear.

How Latex is Made

MAKING LATEX MANUFACTURING PROCESSES

Latex Manufacturing Processes

The terms “TALALAY” and “Dunlop” refer to the two different methods of manufacturing Latex Rubber for sleep products. The Dunlop process was developed in 1929. It was the first method used to produce latex material for bedding.

As technology progressed, the TALALAY process was developed by the TALALAY family during World War II. The TALALAY process for producing latex is significantly more complex and costly, resulting in softer, more buoyant and luxurious finished products.

MAKING LATEX - LATEX FORMULAS

Both TALALAY and Dunlop processes start with a formula mixture of liquid latex. These formulas can be any of the following:

100% natural latex rubber (harvested from rubber tree plants)
100% synthetic latex rubber (a man-made molecular copy of natural latex rubber)
Blended natural amp; synthetic latex rubbers (specific blend ratios are proprietary)

Note: there are small amounts of other materials required for processing liquid latex into solid form which are necessary for all latex production. (ingredients amp; amounts are proprietary)

Latex International TALALAY is produced using only 100% Natural or Blended formulations to meet optimum quality standards.

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Latexpedic® Mattresses start out as a Seed;
that grows into the Hevea Brasiliensis Tree,

(Originally only native to the Amazon Rainforest)

When grown the tree is tapped like maple syrup,

where a white, milky substance is tapped.

The Latex is exported to the USA and made into
Foam Mattresses by the 5-Step TALALAY Process.


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NATIVE TO THE AMAZON RAINFOREST
NATURAL LATEXPEDIC LATEX FOAM MATTRESS COMES FROM THE HEVEA BRASILIENIS TREE SEEDS, ORIGINALLY NATIVE TO THE AMAZON JUNGLES OF BRAZIL (THE FIRST BALL WAS INVENTED IN BRAZIL AROUND 3500 BC); TODAY, HEVEA BRASILIENIS TREES ARE GROWN IN TROPICAL CLIMATES AROUND THE WORLD. Latex is white and milky in appearance, has an elastic consistency, and is removed from the tree through a process called "rubber tapping" - similar to tapping trees for maple syrup.

Our motto since 1964 has been "Your Comfort Is Everything!" and the BRAZILIAFOAM Mattress is the product of over 50 years of seeking 100% Customer Satisfaction with our customers. You cannot buy a more comfortable and healthy mattress.

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BRAZILIA FOAMT COMES FROM THE HEVEA BRASILIENIS TREE NATIVE TO THE AMAZON JUNGLES OF BRAZIL. (THE FIRST BALL WAS INVENTED IN BRAZIL AROUND 3500 BC).

BRAZILIAFOAM, TODAY, IS GROWN
IN TROPICAL CLIMATES AROUND THE WORLD. HARVESTING THE BRAZILIAFOAM IS SIMILAR TO TAPPING TREES FOR MAPLE SYRUP.



BRAZILIAFOAM IS CERTIFIED ORGANIC


BRAZILIAFOAM WILL MEET AND BEAT YOUR HIGHEST SLEEP EXPECATIONS FOR COMFORT, SUPPORT, BREATHABILITY, DURABILITY AND LUXURY.

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EACH PIECE GOES THROUGH A 9-STEP MANUFACTURING PROCESS; WHICH INCLUDES: TAPPING, PURIFICATION, POURING, FREEZING, HEATING, GELLING, WASHING, TESTING, AND QUILTING WITH NATURAL COTTON AND WOOL. 20-YEAR WRITTEN WARRANTY.

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Every BraziliaFOAM Mattress is Certified Organic:

Every BraziliaFOAM Mattress goes through a 9-Step Process:

  1. Tapping

  2. Pouring

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  6. Washing

  7. Testing

  8. Quilting

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LATEXPEDIC
NATIVE TO BRAZIL
NATURAL LATEXPEDIC FOAM COMES FROM THE HEVEA BRASILIENIS TREE, NATIVE TO THE AMAZON JUNGLES OF BRAZIL (THE FIRST BALL WAS INVENTED IN BRAZIL AROUND 3500 BC); AND TODAY, IS GROWN IN TROPICAL CLIMATES AROUND THE WORLD. HARVESTING NATURAL LATEXPEDIC FOAM IS SIMILAR TO TAPPING TREES FOR MAPLE SYRUP.

LATEXPEDIC FOAM is native to the Heavea Brisilensis Tree of Brasil, . . . the Pará rubber tree, sharinga tree, or, most commonly, the rubber tree, is a tree belonging to the family Euphorbiacease.It is the most economically important member of the genus Hevea. It is of major economic importance because the milky latex extracted from the tree is the primary source of natural rubber.

RUBBER TREE PLANTATION

In the wild, the tree can reach a height of up to 100 feet (30m). The white or yellow latex occurs in latex vessels in the bark, mostly outside the phloem. These vessels spiral up the tree in a right-handed helix which forms an angle of about 30 degrees with the horizontal, and can grow as high as 45ft.

In plantations, the trees are generally smaller for two reasons: 1) Trees grow slower when they are tapped for latex, and 2) trees are generally cut after 30 years because latex production declines as trees age, and they are no longer economically viable.

The tree requires a tropical or subtropical climate with a minimum of about 1200mm/yr of rainfall, and without frost If frost does occur, the results can be disastrous for production. One frost can cause the rubber from an entire plantation to become brittle and break once it has been refined (needs reference).

HARVEST OF LATEX

Harvesters make incisions across the latex vessels, just deep enough to tap the vessels without harming the tree's growth, and the latex is collected in small buckets. This process is known as rubber tapping. Latex production is highly variable from tree to tree and across clone types.


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Latex Foam HISTORY
The Pará rubber tree initially grew only in the Amazon Rainforest. Increasing demand and the discovery of the vulcanization procedure in 1839 led to the rubber boom in that region, enriching the cities of Belem and Manaus. The name of the tree derives from Para, the second-largest Brazilian state, the capital of which is Belém. These trees were used to obtain rubber by the natives who inhabited its geographical distribution. The Olmec people of Mesoamerica extracted and produced similar forms of primitive rubber from analogous latex-producing trees such as Castilla elastica as early as 3600 years ago. The rubber was used, among other things, to make the balls used in the Mesoamerica ballgame. Early attempts were made in 1873 to grow H. brasilensis outside Brazil. After some effort, 12 seedlings were germinated at the Royal Botnic Gardens, Kew. These were sent to India for cultivation, but died. A second attempt was then made, some 70,000 seeds being smuggled to Kew in 1875, by Henry Wickman at the service of the British Empire. About 4% of these germinated, and in 1876, about 2000 seedlings were sent, in Wardian casess, to Ceylon (modern day Sri Lanka) and 22 were sent to the Botanic Gardens in Singapore. Once established outside its native country, rubber was extensively propagated in the British colonies. Rubber trees were brought to the botanical gardens at Buitenzorg, Java, in 1883 By 1898, a rubber plantation had been established in Malaya, and today, most rubber tree plantations are in South and Southeast Asia with some also in tropical West Africa.

Efforts to cultivate the tree in South America (Amazon) were unsatisfactory because of blight. The blight, called South American leaf blight, is caused by the Ascomycota Microcyclus

Latex Foam Prehistoric uses
The first use of rubber was by the Olmecs, who centuries later passed on the knowledge of natural latex from the Hevea tree in 1600 BC to the ancient Mayans. They boiled the harvested latex to make a ball for a Mesoamerican ballgame.

Latex Foam Rubber tapping

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Rubber tapping is the process by which the LATEX is collected from a rubber tree. An incision is made in the tree's bark, which cuts through the latex vessels, from which the product then flows. Timing of the incision must be planned within the planting cycle to optimise the latex yield.

Rubber tapping is an environmentally attractive land use. Jungle rubber is essentially old secondary forest, strongly resembling the primary forest. Its species' richness is about half that of the primary forest. Michon and de Foresta (1994) found that sample jungle rubber sites contained 92 tree species, 97 lianas, and 28 epiphytes compared to 171, 89, and 63, respectively, in the primary forest, and compared to 1, 1, and 2 in monoculture estates. Thiollay (1995) estimated that jungle rubber supports about 137 bird species, against 241 in the primary forest itself. Jungle rubber is expected to resemble primary forest in its hydrological functions. Monoculture rubber tree plantations have far less of an environmental impact than other crops, such as coffee or especially oil palm.

In Information Technology the term 'Rubber tapping' is sometimes used as a lampoon for planned Production deployments, where the timing of the deployment is crucial. Such deployments are generally done late in the night when customer activity is minimum.


Process

Each night a rubber tapper must remove a thin layer of bark along a downward half spiral on the tree trunk. If done carefully and with skill, this tapping panel will yield latex for up to five years. Then the opposite side will be tapped, allowing this side to heal over. The spiral allows the latex to run down to a collecting cup. The work is done at night or in the early morning before the day's temperature rises, so the latex will drip longer before coagulating and sealing the cut. Depending on the final product, additional chemicals can be added to the latex cup to preserve the latex longer. Ammonia solution helps prevent natural coagulation and allows the latex to remain in its liquid state. Plastic bags containing a coagulant have replaced cups in many plantations in Malaysia. This form of latex is used as the raw material for latex concentrate, which is used for dipped rubber products or for the manufacture of ribbed smoke sheet grades. Naturally coagulated latex, sometimes referred to as cup lump, is collected for processing into block rubbers, which are referred to as technically specified rubbers (TSRs). The serum left after latex coagulation is rich in quebrachitol, a cyclitol or cyclic polyol

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Natural rubber, also called India rubber or caoutchouc, as initially produced, consists of polymers of the organic compound isoprene, with minor impurities of other organic compounds plus water. Forms of polisoprene that are used as natural rubbers are classified as elastomers. Currently, rubber is harvested mainly in the form of the latex from certain trees. The latex is a sticky, milky colloid drawn off by making incisions into the bark and collecting the fluid in vessels in a process called "tapping". The latex then is refined into rubber ready for commercial processing. Natural rubber is used extensively in many applications and products, either alone or in combination with other materials. In most of its useful forms, it has a large stretch ratio and high resilience, and is extremely waterproof.


Varieties

The major commercial source of natural rubber latex is the Pará rubber tree (Hevea brasiliensis), a member of the spurge family, Euphorbiacase. This species is widely used because it grows well under cultivation and a properly managed tree responds to wounding by producing more latex for several years.

Congo Rubber formerly a major source of rubber, came from vines in the genus Landolphia (L. kirkii), L. heudelotis, and L. owariensis). These cannot be cultivated, and the intense drive to collect latex from wild plants was responsible for many of the atrocities committed under the Congo FreeState.

Many other plants produce forms of latex rich in isoprene polymers, though not all produce usable forms of polymer as easily as the Pará rubber tree does; some of them require more elaborate processing to produce anything like usable rubber, and most are more difficult to tap. The term gum rubber is sometimes applied to the tree-obtained version of natural rubber in order to distinguish it from the synthetic version

DISCOVERY OF COMMERCIAL POTENTIAL
The Para rubber tree is indigenous to South America. Charles Marie de La Candamine is credited with introducing samples of rubber to the Academie Royale des Sciences of France in 1736.] In 1751, he presented a paper by Francious Fresneau to the Académie (eventually published in 1755) which described many of the properties of rubber. This has been referred to as the first scientific paper on rubber In England, Joseph Priestley, in 1770, observed that a piece of the material was extremely good for rubbing off pencil marks on paper, hence the name "rubber". Later, it slowly made its way around England.

South America remained the main source of the limited amounts of latex rubber used during much of the 19th century. The trade was well protected and exporting seeds from Brazil was said to be a capital offense, although there was no law against it. Nevertheless, in 1876, Henry Wicklam smuggled 70,000 Para rubber tree seeds from Brazil and delivered them to Kew Gardens, England. Only 2,400 of these germinated after which the seedlings were then sent to India, Ceylon (Sri Lanke), Indonesia, Singapore, and British Malaya. Malaya (now Peninsular Malaysia was later to become the biggest producer of rubber. In the early 1900s, the Congo Free State in Africa was also a significant source of natural rubber latex, mostly gathered by forced labor. Liberia and Nigeria also started production of rubber.

In India, commercial cultivation of natural rubber was introduced by the British planters, although the experimental efforts to grow rubber on a commercial scale in India were initiated as early as 1873 at the Botanical Gardens, Calcutta. The first commercial Hevea plantations in India were established at Thattekadu in Kerala in 1902.

In Singapore and Malaya, commercial production of rubber was heavily promoted by Sir Nicholas Ridley, who served as the first Scientific Director of the Singapore Botanic Gardens from 1888 to 1911. He distributed rubber seeds to many planters and developed the first technique for tapping trees for latex without causing serious harm to the tree. Because of his very fervent promotion of this crop, he is popularly remembered by the nickname "Mad Ridley".


PROPERTIES

RUBBER LATEX

Rubber exhibits unique physical and chemical properties. Rubber's stress-strain behavior exhibits the Mullin effect and the Payne effect, and is often modeled as hyperelastic. Rubber strain crystalizes.

ELASTICITY
On a microscopic scale, relaxed rubber is a disorganized cluster of erratically changing wrinkled chains. In stretched rubber, the chains are almost linear. natural organic latex foam mattressesThe restoring force is due to the preponderance of wrinkled conformations over more linear ones.

Cooling below the GLASS TRANSITION TEMPERATURE still permits local conformational changes but a reordering is practically impossible because of the larger energy barrier for the concerted movement of longer chains. "Frozen" rubber's elasticity is low and strain results from small changes of bond lengths and angles. (This caused the cHALLENGER DISASTER, where flattenedo-rings failed to relax to fill a widening gap.) The glass transition is fast and reversible: the force resumes on heating.

The parallel chains of stretched rubber are susceptible to crystallization. This takes some time because turns of twisted chains have to move out of the way of the growing crystallites. Crystallization has occurred, for example, when, after days, an inflated toy balloon is found withered at a relatively large remaining volume. Where it is touched, it shrinks because the temperature of the hand is enough to melt the crystals.

Vulcanization of rubber creates disulfide bonds between chains, which limits the DEGREES OF FREEDOM and results in chains that tighten more quickly for a given strain, thereby increasing the elastic force constant and making the rubber harder and less extensible.

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Current sources
Close to 21 million tons of rubber were produced in 2005, of which approximately 42% was natural. Since the bulk of the rubber produced is of the synthetic variety, which is derived from petroleum, the price of natural rubber is determined, to a large extent, by the prevailing global price of crude oil.] Today, Asia is the main source of natural rubber, accounting for about 94% of output in 2005. The three largest producing countries, Thailand, Indonesia (2.4m tons) and Malaysia, together account for around 72% of all natural rubber production. Natural rubber is not cultivated widely in its native continent of South America due to the existence of South American leaf blight, and other natural predators of the rubber tree


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Rubber is generally cultivated in large plantations. The image shows a coconut shell used in collecting latex, in plantations in Kerala, IndiaRubber latex is extracted from rubber trees. The economic life period of rubber trees in plantations is around 32 years up to 7 years of immature phase and about 25 years of productive phase.

The soil requirement of the plant is generally well-drained, weathered soil consisting of laterite, lateritic types, sedimentary types, nonlateritic red, or alluvial soils.

The climatic conditions for optimum growth of rubber trees are:

Many high-yielding clones have been developed for commercial planting. These clones yield more than 2,000kg of dry rubber per hectare per year, when grown under ideal conditions


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In places such as Kerala, where coconuts are in abundance, the half shell of coconut is used as the collection container for the latex, but glazed pottery or aluminium or plastic cups are more common elsewhere. The cups are supported by a wire that encircles the tree. This wire incorporates a spring so it can stretch as the tree grows. The latex is led into the cup by a galvanised "spout" knocked into the bark. Tapping normally takes place early in the morning, when the internal pressure of the tree is highest. A good tapper can tap a tree every 20 seconds on a standard half-spiral system, and a common daily "task" size is between 450 and 650 trees. Trees are usually tapped on alternate or third days, although many variations in timing, length, and number of cuts are used. The latex, which contains 2540% dry rubber, is in the bark, so the tapper must avoid cutting right through to the wood, else the growing cambial layer will be damaged and the renewing bark will be badly deformed, making later tapping difficult. It is usual to tap a pannel at least twice, sometimes three times, during the tree's life. The economic life of the tree depends on how well the tapping is carried out, as the critical factor is bark consumption. A standard in Malaysia for alternate daily tapping is 25cm (vertical) bark consumption per year. The latex tubes in the bark ascend in a spiral to the right. For this reason, tapping cuts usually ascend to the left to cut more tubes.

The trees will drip latex for about four hours, stopping as latex coagulates naturally on the tapping cut, thus blocking the latex tubes in the bark. Tappers usually rest and have a meal after finishing their tapping work, then start collecting the liquid "field latex" at about midday. Some trees will continue to drip after the collection and this leads to a small amount of "cup lump" which is collected at the next tapping. The latex that coagulates on the cut is also collected as "tree lace". Tree lace and cup lump together account for 1020% of the dry rubber produced. Latex that drips onto the ground, "earth scrap", is also collected periodically for processing of low-grade product.


FIELD COAGULA

There are four types of field coagula, "cuplump", "treelace", "smallholders’ lump" and "earth scrap". Each has significantly different properties.[16]

Cuplump is the coagulated material found in the collection cup when the tapper next visits the tree to tap it again. It arises from latex clinging to the walls of the cup after the latex was last poured into the bucket, and from late-dripping latex exuded before the latex-carrying vessels of the tree become blocked. It is of higher purity and of greater value than the other three types.

Treelace is the coagulum strip that the tapper peels off the previous cut before making a new cut. It usually has higher copper and manganese contents than cuplump. Both copper and manganese are pro-oxidants and can lower the physical properties of the dry rubber.

Smallholders’ lump is produced by smallholders who collect rubber from trees a long way away from the nearest factory. Many Indonesian smallholders, who grow paddy in remote areas, tap dispersed trees on their way to work in the paddy fields and collect the latex (or the coagulated latex) on their way home. As it is often impossible to preserve the latex sufficiently to get it to a factory that processes latex in time for it to be used to make high quality products, and as the latex would anyway have coagulated by the time it reached the factory, the smallholder will coagulate it by any means available, in any container available. Some smallholders use small containers, buckets etc., but often the latex is coagulated in holes in the ground, which are usually (but not always) lined with plastic. Acidic materials and fermented fruit juices are used to coagulate the latex a form of assisted biological coagulation. Little care is taken to exclude twigs, leaves, and even bark from the lumps that are formed, which may also include treelace collected by the smallholder.

Earth scrap is the material that gathers around the base of the tree. It arises from latex overflowing from the cut and running down the bark of the tree, from rain flooding a collection cup containing latex, and from spillage from tappers’ buckets during collection. It contains soil and other contaminants, and has variable rubber content depending on the amount of contaminants mixed with it. Earth scrap is collected by the field workers two or three times a year and may be cleaned in a scrap-washer to recover the rubber, or sold off to a contractor who will clean it and recover the rubber. It is of very low quality and under no circumstances should it be included in block rubber or brown crepe.


PROCESSING

The latex will coagulate in the cups if kept for long. The latex has to be collected before coagulation. The collected latex, "field latex", is transferred into coagulation tanks for the preparation of dry rubber or transferred into air-tight containers with sieving for ammoniation. Ammoniation is necessary to preserve the latex in a colloidal state for longer periods of time.

Latex is generally processed into either latex concentrate for manufacture of dipped goods or it can be coagulated under controlled, clean conditions using formic acid. The coagulated latex can then be processed into the higher-grade, technically specified block rubbers such as SVR 3L or SVR CV or used to produce Ribbed Smoke Sheet grades.

Naturally coagulated rubber (cup lump) is used in the manufacture of TSR10 and TSR20 grade rubbers. The processing of the rubber for these grades is a size reduction and cleaning process to remove contamination and prepare the material for the final stage of drying.[17]

The dried material is then baled and palletized for storage and shipment in various methods of transportation.


TRANSPORTATION
Natural rubber latex is shipped from factories in south-west Asia, South America, and North Africa to destinations around the world. As the cost of natural rubber has risen significantly, the shipping methods which offer the lowest cost per unit of weight are preferred. Depending on the destination, warehouse availability, and transportation conditions, some methods are more suitable to certain buyers than others. In international trade, latex rubber is mostly shipped in 20-foot ocean containers. Inside the ocean container, various types of smaller containers are used by factories to store latex rubber.

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Latex foam mattresses are defined as: Any of several natural or synthetic colloidal polymers suspended in an aqueous solution.

Basically: rubber particles in water (most of the information reprinted here from http://www.latexfoam.com)

WHAT IS NATURAL LATEX MATTRESSES?

Natural Latex is a milky substance harvested from rubber tree plants (Havea brasiliensis) which are grown in tropical climate plantations around the world. Most are located in Africa, Malaysia, South America, and Indonesia. Natural Latex is bio-degradable and naturally resistant to mold, mildew amp; bacteria.

Harvesting the liquid latex foam mattresses is similar to tapping trees for maple syrup. The trees are not harmed, providing a sustainable resource. The latex is collected in buckets and shipped to large rubber factories such as B.F Goodrich, Dupont, etc. for processing. Natural liquid latex is a commodity that’s publicly traded in stock markets around the world similar to corn, pork bellies, orange juice etc.

WHAT IS SYNTHETIC LATEX?

Synthetic latex is a man-made molecular copy of natural latex. The scientific name for this compound is Styrene-Butadiene (SBR).

Styrene is named for “styrax”, the resin from a Turkish tree. Low levels of styrene occur naturally in many kinds of plants as well as a variety of foods such as fruits, vegetables amp; nuts.

Butadiene is produced by dehydration of butane obtained from petroleum. Butadiene is also used in the manufacture of latex paints and nylon fibers used in rope and clothing.

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WHAT are BLENDED LATEX foam mattresses ?

Blended latex is just what it sounds like, a combination of Natural latex and Synthetic latex mixed together.

WHICH LATEX MATTRESS IS BEST FOR ME?

This is a question that’s answer can depend on your perspective. All latex formulas offer numerous benefits to consumers that far outweigh the benefits of conventional foam bedding materials. Keep in mind that while latex formulations are contrasted with each other below, all latex rubber significantly outperforms foams such as memory foam or traditional polyurethane foam for durability, pressure relief and sleep benefits.

NATURAL LATEX

Natural latex, as its name implies, is “natural” which offers many benefits for use in sleep products. Consumers that have an organic lifestyle and have made numerous changes to remove most synthetic chemicals from their household tend to purchase 100% natural formulations. The elasticity, healthiness, and ability of Natural Latex to conform to your body, reducing pressure on your muscles and circulation is unsurpassed. The resulting benefits and luxurious comfort simply can’t be matched by synthetic latex. However, because it is a “natural” product there are inconsistencies at the molecular level which cause Natural Latex products to wear at a faster rate than Synthetic Latex.

SYNTHETIC LATEX

Synthetic Latex is extremely uniform at the molecular level, so sleep products will have greater durability than those made solely with Natural Latex. However, what you gain in durability you lose in feel and sleep benefits as compared to Natural Latex.

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When consumers want to know a product is natural and good for the environment while also looking for a product that will help them sleep better with optimum value for their money- they purchase blended latex. By combining Natural Latex and Synthetic Latex together you get the best of both worlds. Natural components, elasticity, conformity, health benefits and luxurious feel from Natural Latex combine with extended durability from Synthetic Latex- to make a product that the Earth provided and we perfected.

Blended latex can be compared to a gold wedding band. No one has a 24 karat (100% gold) wedding band because it would be too soft and bend if gripped too hard. The solution is an 18 karat gold ring where the gold is mixed with another, more durable metal. The result is a ring that has the look and feel of pure gold but is less vulnerable to damage or wear.

How Latex is Made

Making Latex Manufacturing Processes

Latex Manufacturing Processes

The terms “TALALAY” and “Dunlop” refer to the two different methods of manufacturing Latex Rubber for sleep products. The Dunlop process was developed in 1929. It was the first method used to produce latex material for bedding.

As technology progressed, the TALALAY process was developed by the TALALAY family during World War II. The TALALAY process for producing latex is significantly more complex and costly, resulting in softer, more buoyant and luxurious finished products.

MAKING LATEX - LATEX FORMULAS

Both TALALAY and Dunlop processes start with a formula mixture of liquid latex. These formulas can be any of the following:

100% natural latex rubber (harvested from rubber tree plants)
100% synthetic latex rubber (a man-made molecular copy of natural latex rubber)
Blended natural amp; synthetic latex rubbers (specific blend ratios are proprietary)

Note: there are small amounts of other materials required for processing liquid latex into solid form which are necessary for all latex production. (ingredients amp; amounts are proprietary)

Latex International TALALAY is produced using only 100% Natural or Blended formulations to meet optimum quality standards.


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Latex Mattress Processes

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1. Liquid latex formulation is poured into a mold and sealed closed
2. Vacuum is created to disperse liquid latex throughout mold
3. Liquid latex is flash frozen
4. Frozen latex is flash heated to “gel” into permanent solid form
5. Cooled solid latex is removed from mold

DUNLOP

1. Liquid latex formulation is poured onto a long conveyor belt
2. Liquid latex is slowly heated to “gel” into permanent solid form
3. Cooled solid latex is removed from conveyor belt




The difference in processing are the two additional steps that occur with TALALAY Process - #2 vacuum amp; #3 freeze .

#2 Vacuum This allows any amount of latex to be evenly distributed throughout the mold creating precise and varied firmness with the finished latex. The more liquid latex that’s poured into the mold the firmer the resulting solid latex. Therefore, if less liquid latex is used, a softer more supple piece of latex results.

This differs from Dunlop in that Dunlop process has very little ability to vary the firmness or feel of the finished solid product while maintaining its structural integrity. The liquid formula is poured onto a belt and you get the same, dense piece of latex every time. The only way to soften the feel of Dunlop latex is to add “fillers” into the liquid latex formula which result in solid latex that is flaky and breaks down quickly.

#3 Flash Freeze This provides TALALAY with its uniquely consistent characteristic. Liquid latex is a suspension of rubber particles in water, like a shaken snow globe. Flash freezing prevents the latex particles from settling to the bottom while gelling into a solid product. This means that the resulting piece of solid TALALAY latex has the same consistent feel from top to bottom.

This differs from Dunlop because Dunlop process does not utilize a freeze step. Therefore, the rubber particles settle to the bottom while the liquid latex is gelling into a solid form, like a snow globe, resulting in a variation of feel from top to bottom. This is not recognizable if the Dunlop latex is used as a bottom layer of a mattress but can cause problems if Dunlop pieces are used for pillows or as top layers of a mattress.

CONCLUSION - The TALALAY process takes four times loonger than Dunlop with two additional process steps that improve the consistency, quality and feel of the finished latex.

A simple analogy: TALALAY latex is like a chocolate soufflé; although the process is long, your end product is a buoyant, airy, complex delight. Dunlop latex is more like a tray of brownies; tasty, but dense and flat in comparison.

Latex Mattress Quality

CRAFTING EXCELLENCE

WHAT MAKES LATEX INTERNATIONAL'S TALALAY LATEX FOAM MATTRESSES SO SPECIAL?

Our commitment to perfection: From the selection and mixing of raw materials to final product testing and assembly, our entire manufacturing facility utilizes the latest technology to create the most supple, resilient and comfortable TALALAY Latex sleep products in the world.

But of course, all this technology won’t get you anywhere without smart, talented professionals to bring all the elements together assuring great finished products are delivered to your home every time.

TALALAY latex is the premier material in bedding, LI TALALAY delivers a unique buoyant quality which relaxes muscles and relieves tension, lifting away the pressures of the day while you sleep. Careful attention to detail at every step makes certain this amazing feel comes through in the finished product.

To help understand what makes our TALALAY Latex so exceptional, think of an artisan chef creating a light and airy chocolate soufflé!

Start with the best ingredients - We utilize only the highest quality natural and synthetic latex and never introduce fillers that can degrade the feel and durability of our products. Unlike other latex manufacturers, Latex International filters the liquid latex to remove any large particles that might affect the consistency and durability of our end products. It you think of TALALAY latex like a soufflé, it’s pretty clear that using powdered eggs isn’t going to suffice- you need real, farm fresh eggs!

Use the best recipe Next, we mix our premium ingredients into a liquid latex foam formula or “batter”. Creating different formulas of liquid latex “batter”, we meet specific customer requests for 100% natural or more commonly used blended natural/synthetic latex recipes. Think dark chocolate vs, milk chocolate- it’s a matter of personal taste and desired product attributes.

Measure Carefully- As any great baker knows, if you don’t measure correctly the soufflé will fail. Our advanced, state of the art automated systems control both the mix of the batter and the precise amount poured into each mold to attain specific results every time.

Test for Perfection - Once the process is complete, every mattress core is robotically tested in 9 areas to assure a consistent feel from head to toe. Each pillow is individually weighed and hand inspected.

Share the Results - Even the best ingredients and the finest materials can be used poorly. To assure great finished products, we follow through by sharing knowledge with our retail and manufacturing partners. Together, we design and deliver finished pillows, mattress toppers and mattresses that bring the uplifting benefits of TALALAY Latex to the surface.

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Earth Friendly

Oeko-Tex Certified

LATEX INTERNATIONAL TALALAY latex mattresses- ENVIRONMENTALLY CONSCIOUS

All of our TALALAY products are made with Natural TALALAY Latex Rubber, which starts as sap from the Havea brasiliensis tree. These rubber trees have a 25 year productive life and a strong positive effect on the environment as they quickly absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and help reduce greenhouse emissions.

Our TALALAY process features natural, biodegradable ingredients that come from renewable resources and water-based raw materials: natural latex, air, and water. Our process does not use solvents and does not damage the ozone layer. Our clean and green approach carries through to our end products: TALALAY latex contains no toxic chemicals while standard Poly Foam and Memory Foam (visco) can contain as many as seven toxic chemicals*

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The Oeko-Tex Standard 100 (link to oeko website) is the leading global testing and certification process that ensures textile materials and home furnishing products do not contain harmful substances or pose a health risk to consumers. Very few latex or foam producers in the world meet the standards of this independent, third-party certification. Click here to view our OEKO-TEX Standard Certification.

All Latex International TALALAY Latex products are certified OEKO-TEX Class 100; the healthiest classification.

This means that our products do not contain allergenic materials that form carcinogenic arylamines of the MAK-groups III A1 and III A2 (see the Oeko-Tex website for a list of chemicals included in these groups,link to oeko), pesticides and chlorinated phenoles, heavy metals or formaldehyde. Our TALALAY also meets the standard for skin friendly pH and is free from chloro-organic carriers and biologically active finishes.

In other words, Latex International TALALAY is the healthiest material you can sleep on.

*Poly Foam and Visco Foam may contain up to seven toxic chemicals: Tetrachoroethane, acetone, and dimethylformamide, Methyl benzene, Methylene dianiline, toluene-neoprene and Vinilideine chloride, one non-toxic chemical - diphenyl diisocyanate, and one natural material (water.) Synthetic Latex has 5 non-toxic chemicals (2-chloro-13-butadiene, diphenyl diisocyanate, metallic oxides, Phenol-melamine resins, sulfur, Tellerium) and 1 natural material (water.) 100% Natural Latex has 6 non-toxic chemicals (acrylate resins, diphenyl diisocyanate, Phenol-melamine resins, Phenol-urea, Polyvinyl acetate and waxes styrene- butadiene copolymer) and 3 natural materials (fats, hevea brasiliensis milk, and water.)

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LATEX MATTRESS PRESSURE RELIEF MAPPING

LI TALALAY Latex provides 33% more Pressure Relief than leading Memory foam.

Pressure mapping tests the amount of pressure your body registers on a selected surface. This technology is widely used throughout the bedding industry to determine the quantity of pressure that a mattress or pillow creates on your body.

Pressure from your mattress and/or pillow prevents your muscles from relaxing which makes it difficult to fall asleep and impairs circulation causing you to toss amp; turn which makes it difficult to stay asleep.

Therefore, the less pressure your mattress and pillow produce on your body the easier it is to fall asleep and the more complete sleep you achieve throughout the night which leads to more energetic and productive days.

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natural and organic and classic latex mattress DURABILITY

Latex International TALALAY Latex is 4x more durable than other latex and 20x more durable than traditional bedding foams.

At Latex International, we continually ensure that our formulas will last the test of time. Using the standardized ASTM Cornell Indentation test we prove that our TALALAY outlasts any other material used for bedding today.

This is the most rigorous and material damaging ASTM standardized test that exists for bedding components. While Latex International TALALAY performs flawlessly over a period of 12 hours representing decades of use, other latex’s break down much more quickly and foams such as memory foam and polyurethane foam actually tear apart within minutes.

The strength of our material allows LI to match any warranty that retail stores choose to offer on their products and assures maximum value for consumers.

BREATHABILITY

Latex International TALALAY Latex breathes up to 7x better than other latex or foams for cooler sleep.

One of the fastest growing concerns with bedding today is sleeping hot. This is a legitimate concern because not only is it uncomfortable, sleeping too hot interrupts the quality of our sleep as we continuously move to find a cooler spot. This can occur from both mattresses and pillows.

The heightened awareness of sleeping hot is primarily due to increased use of Memory Foam in mattresses. Memory Foam has a collapsible cell structure that traps body heat and radiates it back at us resulting in uncomfortable perspiration.

TALALAY Latex is sometimes confused with Memory Foam because of extensive Memory Foam advertising. Nothing could be farther from the truth. The TALALAY Latex rubber cell structure resists collapsing and allows air to circulate. This breathability whisks away our body heat preventing mattresses and pillows from becoming an oven.

Latex International has gone one step further and developed TALALAY GL which is a unique formulation of TALALAY Latex with special phase change properties. TALALAY GL actually helps regulate the consistency of body temperature for a temperature neutral sleeping experience.

Bedding Allergens BEDDING ALLERGENS
Mold, Mildew, Bacteria amp; Dust Mites

LI TALALAY Latex is Mold, Mildew amp; Bacteria proof and Dust Mite resistant

Most people don’t consider their mattress as a contributing source for respiratory problems and allergic reactions. We think of our bed as a “safe haven”. The reality can be much more yucky.

Mold, mildew, bacteria and dust mites love our beds amp; pillows. We shed millions of microscopic skin cells and perspire nearly 1 pint of water every night. The microscopic skin cells and water vapor fall through the weave of our linens and mattress cover landing on the cushioning layers below where they become a food and water source for mold, mildew, bacteria and dust mites- it can’t be avoided, and it's gross.

Whether your “landing pad” cushion layer is hospitable to these infestations is the controlling factor to the amount of hazardous dust created from your mattress amp; pillow.

Foams such as Memory Foam amp; Polyurethane Foam are environments where these contaminants thrive, so if they compose the top cushion layers of your mattress you may have a problem.

Independent testing shows that Latex International TALALAY Latex is mold, mildew amp; bacteria proof- these organisms simply won’t grow on it. Furthermore, it’s dust mite resistant so these critters will prefer to be elsewhere, not right next to your face as you sleep.

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Try to find a healthier bedding material, we dare you.

In a perfect world all bedding products would be as safe as Latex International's TALALAY Latex. The reality is that today’s technology for producing foams like Memory Foam or Polyurethane Foam simply aren't.

Today’s foams may contain any or all of the following, each are known carcinogens.

Latex International TALALAY Latex contains none of these.

LATEX ALLERGENS

Zero cases of allergic reactions to LI products have been reported.

Latex International Latex Mattresses have been making TALALAY pillows and mattress components for over 35 years. Every year millions of products are sold using Latex International TALALAY.

The FDA tracks allergic reactions to latex products in the USA. Not once has there been a report of an allergic reaction attributed to any of our TALALAY products.

CONSISTENCY TESTING- MATTRESSES amp; LATEX PILLOWS

Latex International is the only latex producer that tests every block of mattress material in 9 separate areas to insure consistency throughout each piece. This means that retailers and consumers can be sure that products delivered or brought home will match the products experienced in the showroom every single time.


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Because pillows are not able to be measured in the same way as block mattress material, we electronically weigh and then hand inspect every pillow for quality and consistency. This is an extra time consuming step in our process, but it’s the only way to be completely sure that consumers receive the very highest quality pillows every single time.

TALALAY Latex vs Memory Foam

Most people have heard of and/or seen advertising for Memory Foam mattresses but you may not be as familiar with Latex International’s TALALAY Latex. Here’s why…

Of the top four mattress companies in the US, one spends more on annual advertising than the other three combined. This company makes only Memory Foam beds. They spend tens of millions every year advertising Memory Foam to consumers. To counter this, the remaining top three US mattress companies (who make metal coil mattresses) also make Memory Foam beds and advertise theirs to stay competitive.

Hence, the circle of abundant advertising for Memory Foam.

Due to this advertising, many people assume that all non-coil beds are made with Memory Foam or that Latex and Memory Foam are the same thing. This couldn’t be farther from the truth.

In fact, the two materials are actually polar opposites and the sleeping experience could not be more different! Latex International TALALAY Latex actually outperforms Memory Foam in every way.

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OUR TALALAY LATEX DOESN’T SLEEP HOT

Sleeping hot is the #1 complaint from Memory Foam owners. This is because Memory Foam requires body heat to collapse the Foam cell structure in order to conform to your curves, the collapsing of these cells restricts air flow trapping body heat and radiating it back at you.

Latex International TALALAY Latex is 7x more breathable than memory foam. The rubber cell structure doesn’t collapse. Its natural resistance lifts your body preventing collapse and allows air to flow through, creating an escape path for body heat.

You won’t have to continuously flip your Latex International TALALAY Latex pillow or search for a cooler spot on your LI TALALAY Latex bed.

THE LATEX INTERNATIONAL TALALAY LATEX MATTRESS IS MULTI-DIMENSIONAL (33% MORE RELIEF)

Our TALALAY Latex is a two-dimensional material; it’s simultaneously supportive and pressure relieving, where memory foam is a one-dimensional- pressure reliever only.

Your body sinks into and through Memory Foam until you hit a separate support layer below. Memory Foam simply can’t accomplish both pressure relief and support on its own. Hitting the support layer below Memory Foam increases pressure on your body.

Latex International TALALAY Latex is different and testing proves it.

Our TALALAY Latex provides 33% more pressure relief while simultaneously creating support because of the buoyant nature of latex. Latex International's TALALAY Latex material accomplishes both functions (pressure relief amp; support) on its own so you don’t bottom out on hard layers below.

Our TALALAY Latex is the best pressure relieving material used in bedding today. It provides the ultimate in pressure relief so your muscles relax to fall asleep quickly and your circulation can flow to stay asleep soundly.

Understanding Elastic Hysteresis

OUR TALALAY classic and natural LATEX mattresses PROVIDES BOUYANT LUXURY

Memory Foam, even so called “soft” memory foam has a hard dense feel that is unappealing to many. Some call it “getting stuck in the mud” because after a few minutes your body heat collapses the cells and you sink into a hole molded to your body. It soon becomes very difficult to move or get out of bed, you become trapped in a temporary crater.

Latex International TALALAY Latex contains naturally based rubber material that gently lifts your body for a light amp; bouyant experience. Our TALALAY Latex instantly conforms and moves with your body, providing postural support and exceptional muscle relief no matter what sleeping position you maintain.

Latex International TALALAY Latex is like floating- truly luxurious.

OUR TALALAY LATEX IS HEALTHIER

Our TALALAY Latex uses naturally derived material harvested from rubber trees that create an inherently hypoallergenic, dust-mite resistant, mold amp; mildew proof sleeping environment, making it ideal for allergy sufferers or anyone wanting a cleaner bed. In addition our TALALAY Latex doesn’t off gas harmful compounds that may be present in Memory Foam.

OUR TALALAY LATEX LASTS LONGER

Cornell Indentation testing proves Latex International TALALAY Latex is 20x more durable than leading Memory Foam. While leading Memory Foam tears apart during this industry standard ASTM quality test, our TALALAY Latex passes with flying colors.

Mattress Components

Latex International manufactures TALALAY Latex Support Cores and Pressure relief layers used by top mattress manufacturers around the world. The TALALAY process and our advanced technologies allow us to create a wide range of firmnesses (ILDs) from ultra plush to extra firm.

ILD Scale

TALALAYClassic (Talatech)

Our most popular and widely used TALALAY Latex. Available in all standard mattress sizes.
Pressure Relief Layers: 14, 19, 24, 28, 32
Support Cores : 36, 40, 44

TALALAY Natural (100% natural)

Unlike so called natural “soy based foams” that have a maximum of 10% natural content, TALALAY 100% Natural utilizes 100% natural liquid latex for a true eco-friendly solution.
Available in all standard mattress sizes.
Pressure Relief Layers: N1, N2, N3
Support Cores : N4, N5

Pillow and Latex Mattress Pad Topper Components

LI has the capability of making pillows in 25 different sizes/profiles with 3 different firmness levels. All of which can be made using any of our TALALAY formulations.

Toppers can be made using any TALALAY formulation in any firmness (ILD) currently available

TECHNICAL BLOG

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FROM THE DESK OF DR. JOHN LEAN, PH.D., CHEMIST

Sometimes we find that we just have to go to the doctor and get some straightforward information about the facts and science behind latex.

BLOCK LATEX RUBBER BASICS

Block latex foam rubber is the general term used to describe latex foam rubber produced with a large enough cross section to be used for mattresses, pillows, and cushions. Block latex foam rubber is produced by two different processes: the TALALAY Process and the Standard (Dunlop) Process. Both processes use the same basic ingredients: natural rubber latex (NR), polystyrene-‐butadiene rubber latex (SBR), soap, reinforcing filler, sulfur, and vulcanization agents.

Natural Rubber Latex Naturally occurring polyisoprene polymer produced by rubber trees and extruded in the sap. The rubber tree sap is collected, concentrated, and preserved with ammonia before being sold.

Polystyrene-butadiene Rubber Latex Polymer produced from styrene and butadiene designed to mimic and improve upon natural rubber. The polymer is produced in water on both batch and continuous production lines. After polymerization, the latex is stripped of residual reactants and concentrated before being sold.

Natural soaps are used to stabilize the various components in the mixture.

Reinforcing Filler Hard materials are added to the mixture to increase firmness.

Reinforcing fillers are of two general types; mineral or plastic. Mineral fillers are generally aluminosilicates such as Feldspar or calcium carbonate (talc). The most commonly used plastic filler is polystyrene resin. Mineral fillers incorporate well into the rubber matrix and tend to be well dispersed. Plastic fillers are typically introduced as a latex and tend to form clusters in the rubber matrix. The plastic clusters are prone to breaking apart under use leading to softening.

Sulfur Elemental sulfur forms crosslinks between polymer chains when heated giving the latex rubber foam strength and structure.

Vulcanization Agents Agents used to increase the crosslinking rate and effectiveness of sulfur. The agents are typically consumed in the process. The above components are mixed together in a water based system to form what is termed compound for both processes.

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THE TALALAY PROCESS


STANDARD (DUNLOP) PROCESS


Advantages of the TALALAY Process: the resulting feel, the uniformity, and the ability to reach low densities of the foam block as a result of the expansion of the foam to fill the mold under reduced pressure (rather than the complete filling of the mold as in the Standard (Dunlop) Process).Advantages of the Dunlop Process: shorter production times and ease of manufacture.

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TALALAY Comfort Zone

By: John Lean, Ph.D.

Director of Research and Development

Latex International - Shelton, Connecticut

REVIEWS NATURAL LATEX MATTRESSES: TALALAY Latex Mattresses of Rubber Foam offer superior feel and comfort in bedding materials because of its unique compression profile. Compression is how a material responds to a weight or load being placed on it. A material will resist the load and push back in proportion to the load and the material’s ability to carry the load. The manner in which a material responds to a load defines how the material feels to the touch and how it supports the load. Below is a graph showing the amount of force needed to compress a piece of latex Rubber rubber and a coil spring a percentage of the original height.

RATINGS LATEX MATTRESSES: As shown in the above graph, a coil spring has avery linear response to the applied load. The linear response of a spring is an inherent property. Talalay Latex Rubber Foam Mattress on the other hand responds to the applied load in a non-linear fashion. Initially TALALAY Latex Rubber increases in firmness in response to the load, but as the load increases TALALAY Latex Rubber compresses to a greater extent. TALALAY Latex Rubber will support just as much weight at the coil spring, but it has more give keeping the material from having the feeling of bottoming out.

The increased compressibility of TALALAY Latex Rubber Foam is what allows the material to shape itself and comform to the human body. The human body’s profile is not flat and its weight distribution is not even. A coil spring is only able to respond to a body’s weight and not its shape. TALALAY Latex Rubber with its non-linear compression curve can respond to a body’s weight and shape. A person may have similar weight distribution between the shoulders and hips, but the body parts have very different shapes.

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TALALAY Latex Rubber has the ability to allow for more compression without a proportional increase in weight to conform to various body shapes and weights.

Also contributing to TALALAY Latex Rubber Mattresses unique feel and support is the material’s resiliency. Resiliency is the amount of energy returned by a material after compression. Resiliency in a Rubber material is important for support. Below is a graph of showing the compression and decompression of TALALAY Latex Rubber and a Dunlop latex Rubber. The arrows indicate compression and decompression.

Dunlop latex Rubber behaves more like a coil spring on compression with a fairly linear increase in compression with load until the material cannot be compressed much more. TALALAY Latex Rubber once again has an initial increase in firmness followed by increased compressibility under load. Upon decompression, TALALAY Latex Rubber is much more resilient than Dunlop latex Rubber providing more support to thebody. TALALAY Latex Rubber is able to compress more at a given load while at the same time return more energy and provide increased support.

The unique, non-linear compression profile of TALALAY Latex Rubber is the result of the material’s large, open cell structure. Every cell of TALALAY Latex Rubber behaves as a micro-spring.

The initial increase in firmness upon compression is the result of the latex Rubber cells resisting the compression until the cells buckle. Cell buckling results in the non-linear response of TALALAY Latex Rubber to compression. TALALAY Latex Rubber has a more non- linear response than Dunlop latex Rubber because of its larger cell size.

Buckling latex Rubber cells are nothing to worry about since there are hundreds of other cells backing them up. TALALAY Latex Rubber cells are also made of one of the most durable materials around, rubber, so they bounce back into shape. The millions of TALALAY Latex Rubber cells work together to provide just the right amount of support and comfort.
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Latex Beds also helps alleviate sleep-disturbing areas of high pressure, so you sleep deeper and awake refreshed and ready for a new day.

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The Latex-Pedic® Latex Bed supports your body with millions of Latexpillo Air Cells. Latex-Pedic® always tries to go back into its original shape. It is like sleeping on a million little rubber balls - all trying to get back into their original shape. You can order the Latexpedic Foam in four firmnesses: Soft, Regular Firm, Extra Firm and Ultra Firm.

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Latex-Pedic® Latex Mattresses instantly conform to each unique contour of your body for exceptional support and pressure relief. Latex Beds are even proven to provide 33% more pressure relief and contouring support than memory foam. Mattresses made with Latex-Pedic® foam manufactured using the TALALAY process are exceptionally durable and resilient. While they can cost more than conventional innerspring mattresses, Latex-Pedic® Latex Beds will support you longer, more comfortably night after night for years to come.

Latex Beds allow you to sleep easier in unbelievable Comfort. Latex Beds will help support correct posture.

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Without proper support, your back, hips and shoulders are thrown out of alignment and you may wake feeling stiff, achy and tired. Latex Beds provide comfortable support that keeps you in alignment,and conforms to your contours, cradling your body all night so you can awaken refreshed.



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How you sleep is important: Side sleepers need firmer pillows and support given a large space gap between the mattress and their ear and shoulder blade. However, the same sleeper may need a plusher mattress to support the hips and shoulders (and associated contours) which exert a lot of pressure on the mattress which could lead to more pressure points.


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If you sleep on your back, you may want to consider a medium firmness pillow to avoid the spine from improperly bending. To prevent back pain, stomach sleepers may need a lower profile or plusher pillow to ensure the neck and spine are in alignment.

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How to Buy a Bed

"What is a good night's sleep? How my mattress changed my life- from aaaahhhhh! to zzzzzzzzzzzzz."

When you walk into a mattress store what do you see?

20 to 50 white rectangles, right? Ranging in price from hundreds to thousands of dollars.

How are you supposed to know the real differences, if you’re spending too much or too little, and which one is right for YOU?

Most consumers say they want a “good mattress for their back” or something “more comfortable” than they have at home. Both of these are important characteristics in a new mattress, but asking a sales person to help is no guarantee you’ll find the right one, you need to make that decision for yourself.

What you really want is to sleep better TONIGHT?

What constitutes a good night's rest?

It's about more than counting sheep, right?

Simply stated, good sleep is when we wake refreshedamp; energized, physiologically there’s a process that occurs to accomplish this. This process rotates through a sequence of 5 sleep stages multiple times per night.

If this process is interrupted it has to “reset”, when this happens over and over, we wake feeling exhausted, like we didn’t sleep at all, because we really didn’t!

What causes interruptions to our sleep process?PRESSURE.

Pressure on our muscles prevents our body from relaxing and beginning the sleep process.

Pressure on our circulation causes us to move, constantly “resetting” our sleep process.

So, how can you tell what mattress provides the best pressure relief?

IT’S PRETTY SIMPLE, JUST USE THESE 5 SIMPLE STEPS ON EACH MATTRESS YOU TRY AT THE STORE:

As you travel through the store you’ll quickly determine what beds work for you body and what beds don’t.

When you’ve narrowed down which beds relieve pressure the best, revisit them and go through the process again. This time ask a friend or a salesperson to view your profile from the side of the bed, looking to see if your spine appears relaxed and comfortable.

Most new beds provide adequate support, but you want to be sure the bed you choose properly maintains optimal spinal posture too.

Ask you partner or sales person to look at the alignment of your body when lying on each bed. You’re looking for the spine to be parallel with the mattress. Hips amp; shoulders should sink deeper but the line of your spine should be straight.

If your spine curls into a U shape then the mattress is not supporting you properly.

If your spine is straight then you have proper support even if the mattress feels softer than you expected.

Many people think a “hard” or “firm” mattress is better for their back. With today’s bedding materials this is not necessarily true. In fact a mattress that is too “hard “ or “firm” will actually create excessive pressure on your muscles and circulation preventing you from getting a good nights’ sleep.

If you follow these simple steps you will find the best bed for your body which will in turn give you the “better sleep tonight” you are looking for.

Latex Bedding Today

SO, YOU’VE DONE YOUR HOMEWORK AND ARE INTERESTED IN THE UNIQUE BENEFITS THAT LI TALALAY LATEX PROVIDES, BUT HOW DO YOU START YOUR MATTRESS SEARCH?

The first thing to be aware of is that TALALAY Latex is utilized by mattress manufacturers in three distinct ways.

TALALAY LATEX IN MATTRESSES

There are three options available to get the uplifting benefits of LI TALALAY Latex:

TALALAY Latex Mattress:The GOLD standard. These beds are built using TALALAY Latex for pressure the relief layer(s) in the top of the mattress and firmer TALALAY Latex for the support layer(s) below. There are no other materials between the latex and your body. This construction provides for deepest muscle relaxation with maximum dynamic support.

TALALAY Latex Hybrid Mattress:These bed design use at least three inches of TALALAY Latex in the very top pressure relief layer against your body. Other foam based pressure relief layers might also be included below the latex. Hybrid designs utilize a non-TALALAY Latex support system or layer below. Common support materials include metal coils, polyurethane foam or Dunlop latex. These beds provide many but not all TALALAY Latex benefits and can be less costly than a full TALALAY Latex Mattress.

Beds with TALALAY Latex:Some mattresses use less than 3 inches of TALALAY Latex and/or create their pressure relieving layer with memory foam/polyurethane foam on top of the TALALAY Latex. While these may be high quality mattresses your TALALAY Latex experience will be diluted. The more TALALAY Latex is covered with foam or fiber, the less benefit you receive.

NO FLUFF

To get maximum uplifting benefits from TALALAY Latex, it needs to be in direct contact with your body. Conventional mattresses frequently have very thick pressure relief layers or “pillow tops” filled with polyester fiber and/or foam. Think about it, Latex is the highest quality ingredient you can have in any mattress. Why would you place inferior layers on top of it? That would be like putting ketchup on your steak.

THE UPLIFTING FEEL THAT DELIGHTS.. AND DELIVERS

TALALAY latex mattresses have a light, buoyant feel that gently lifts your body, to relax your muscles and relieving tension. It instantly responds to the shape of your body relieving pressure 33% better then memory foam while offering perfectly calibrated support. It is naturally breathable, hypoallergenic, mold amp; mildew proof and dust mite resistant, making it one of the healthiest sleep materials in the world. Sound interesting? Read on to learn more...

FEATURE

ADVANTAGE

BENEFIT

Uplifting amp; Bottomless

Floats your body while never bottoming out

Reduce tossing amp; turning for better / deeper sleep

Latex is rubber, not plastic like foam

3x more durable than foam

Increases the useful life of your bed

Latex stretches and responds

Instantly conforms to your natural shape while simultaneously maintaining spinal posture

Sleep deeper and wake free from pain

Latex uniform "open cell" structure

Independently proven to be 4x more breathable than other latexes or foam

DOES NOT SLEEP HOT

Made from natural ingredients

Toxin free, hypoallergenic, dust mite resistant, mod and mildew proof

Sleep Healthy. Reduce respiratory reactions from mattress build up and off-gassing

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Whatactuallyis it?

LATEX IS DEFINED AS: ANY OF SEVERAL NATURAL OR SYNTHETIC COLLOIDAL POLYMERS SUSPENDED IN AN AQUEOUS SOLUTION.

Basically: rubber particles in water

WHAT IS NATURAL LATEX?

Natural Latex is a milky substance harvested from rubber tree plants (Havea brasiliensis) which are grown in tropical climate plantations around the world. Most are located in Africa, Malaysia, South America, and Indonesia. Natural Latex is bio-degradable and naturally resistant to mold, mildew amp; bacteria.

Harvesting the liquid latex is similar to tapping trees for maple syrup. The trees are not harmed, providing a sustainable resource. The latex is collected in buckets and shipped to large rubber factories such as B.F Goodrich, Dupont, etc. for processing. Natural liquid latex is a commodity that’s publicly traded in stock markets around the world similar to corn, pork bellies, orange juice etc.

WHAT IS SYNTHETIC LATEX?

Synthetic latex is a man-made molecular copy of natural latex. The scientific name for this compound is Styrene-Butadiene (SBR).

Styrene is named for “styrax”, the resin from a Turkish tree. Low levels of styrene occur naturally in many kinds of plants as well as a variety of foods such as fruits, vegetables amp; nuts.

Butadiene is produced by dehydration of butane obtained from petroleum. Butadiene is also used in the manufacture of latex paints and nylon fibers used in rope and clothing.

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Latex Processes

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1. Liquid latex formulation is poured into a mold and sealed closed
2. Vacuum is created to disperse liquid latex throughout mold
3. Liquid latex is flash frozen
4. Frozen latex is flash heated to “gel” into permanent solid form
5. Cooled solid latex is removed from mold

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1. Liquid latex formulation is poured onto a long conveyor belt
2. Liquid latex is slowly heated to “gel” into permanent solid form
3. Cooled solid latex is removed from conveyor belt



THE DIFFERENCE IN PROCESSING ARE THE TWO ADDITIONAL STEPS THAT OCCUR WITH TALALAY PROCESS - #2 VACUUM amp; #3 FREEZE .

#2 Vacuum This allows any amount of latex to be evenly distributed throughout the mold creating precise and varied firmness with the finished latex. The more liquid latex that’s poured into the mold the firmer the resulting solid latex. Therefore, if less liquid latex is used, a softer more supple piece of latex results.

This differs from Dunlop in that Dunlop process has very little ability to vary the firmness or feel of the finished solid product while maintaining its structural integrity. The liquid formula is poured onto a belt and you get the same, dense piece of latex every time. The only way to soften the feel of Dunlop latex is to add “fillers” into the liquid latex formula which result in solid latex that is flaky and breaks down quickly.

#3 Flash Freeze This provides TALALAY with its uniquely consistent characteristic. Liquid latex is a suspension of rubber particles in water, like a shaken snow globe. Flash freezing prevents the latex particles from settling to the bottom while gelling into a solid product. This means that the resulting piece of solid TALALAY latex has the same consistent feel from top to bottom.

This differs from Dunlop because Dunlop process does not utilize a freeze step. Therefore, the rubber particles settle to the bottom while the liquid latex is gelling into a solid form, like a snow globe, resulting in a variation of feel from top to bottom. This is not recognizable if the Dunlop latex is used as a bottom layer of a mattress but can cause problems if Dunlop pieces are used for pillows or as top layers of a mattress.

CONCLUSION- The TALALAY process takes four times longer than Dunlop with two additional process steps that improve the consistency, quality and feel of the finished latex.

A simple analogy: TALALAY latex is like a chocolate soufflé; although the process is long, your end product is a buoyant, airy, complex delight. Dunlop latex is more like a tray of brownies; tasty, but dense and flat in comparison.

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CRAFTING EXCELLENCE

WHAT MAKES LATEX INTERNATIONAL'S TALALAY SO SPECIAL?

Our commitment to perfection: From the selection and mixing of raw materials to final product testing and assembly, our entire manufacturing facility utilizes the latest technology to create the most supple, resilient and comfortable TALALAY Latex sleep products in the world.

But of course, all this technology won’t get you anywhere without smart, talented professionals to bring all the elements together assuring great finished products are delivered to your home every time.

TALALAY latex is the premier material in bedding, LI TALALAY delivers a unique buoyant quality which relaxes muscles and relieves tension, lifting away the pressures of the day while you sleep. Careful attention to detail at every step makes certain this amazing feel comes through in the finished product.

To help understand what makes our TALALAY Latex so exceptional, think of an artisan chef creating a light and airy chocolate soufflé!

Start with the best ingredients -We utilize only the highest quality natural and synthetic latex and never introduce fillers that can degrade the feel and durability of our products. Unlike other latex manufacturers, Latex International filters the liquid latex to remove any large particles that might affect the consistency and durability of our end products. It you think of TALALAY latex like a soufflé, it’s pretty clear that using powdered eggs isn’t going to suffice- you need real, farm fresh eggs!

Use the best recipe Next, we mix our premium ingredients into a liquid latex formula or “batter”. Creating different formulas of liquid latex “batter”, we meet specific customer requests for 100% natural or more commonly used blended natural/synthetic latex recipes. Think dark chocolate vs, milk chocolate- it’s a matter of personal taste and desired product attributes.

Measure Carefully-As any great baker knows, if you don’t measure correctly the soufflé will fail. Our advanced, state of the art automated systems control both the mix of the batter and the precise amount poured into each mold to attain specific results every time.

Test for Perfection -Once the process is complete, every mattress core is robotically tested in 9 areas to assure a consistent feel from head to toe. Each pillow is individually weighed and hand inspected.

Share the Results -Even the best ingredients and the finest materials can be used poorly. To assure great finished products, we follow through by sharing knowledge with our retail and manufacturing partners. Together, we design and deliver finished pillows, mattress toppers and mattresses that bring the uplifting benefits of TALALAY Latex to the surface.

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LATEX INTERNATIONAL TALALAY - ENVIRONMENTALLY CONSCIOUS

All of our TALALAY products are made with Natural TALALAY Latex Rubber, which starts as sap from the Havea brasiliensis tree. These rubber trees have a 25 year productive life and a strong positive effect on the environment as they quickly absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and help reduce greenhouse emissions.

Our TALALAY process features natural, biodegradable ingredients that come from renewable resources and water-based raw materials: natural latex, air, and water. Our process does not use solvents and does not damage the ozone layer. Our clean and green approach carries through to our end products: TALALAY latex contains no toxic chemicals while standard Poly Foam and Memory Foam (visco) can contain as many as seven toxic chemicals*

OEKO-TEX CERTIFIED

The Oeko-Tex Standard 100 (link to oeko website) is the leading global testing and certification process that ensures textile materials and home furnishing products do not contain harmful substances or pose a health risk to consumers. Very few latex or foam producers in the world meet the standards of this independent, third-party certification.Click hereto view our OEKO-TEX Standard Certification.

All Latex International TALALAY Latex products are certified OEKO-TEX Class 100; the healthiest classification.

This means that our products do not contain allergenic materials that form carcinogenic arylamines of the MAK-groups III A1 and III A2 (see the Oeko-Tex website for a list of chemicals included in these groups,link to oeko), pesticides and chlorinated phenoles, heavy metals or formaldehyde. Our TALALAY also meets the standard for skin friendly pH and is free from chloro-organic carriers and biologically active finishes.

In other words, Latex International TALALAY is the healthiest material you can sleep on.

RESPONSIBLE

  • ENERGY:Our control systems and state of the art automation allow us to optimize energy usage at every step of the TALALAY process.

  • EMISSIONS:Our manufacturing facility does not emit any harmful elements into the air. Because of our clean process, we are not required to use any exhaust scrubbers or filtration. Our finished products don't emit harmful vapors either! Latex International TALALAY Latex rubber, unlike memory foam, does not off-gas any harmful chemicals.

  • SUSTAINABILITY:Latex International uses millions of gallons of natural latex each year. Natural latex is harvested from trees that help “scrub” excess carbon from our air.

*Poly Foam and Visco Foam may contain up to seven toxic chemicals: Tetrachoroethane, acetone, and dimethylformamide, Methyl benzene, Methylene dianiline, toluene-neoprene and Vinilideine chloride, one non-toxic chemical - diphenyl diisocyanate, and one natural material (water.) Synthetic Latex has 5 non-toxic chemicals (2-chloro-13-butadiene, diphenyl diisocyanate, metallic oxides, Phenol-melamine resins, sulfur, Tellerium) and 1 natural material (water.) 100% Natural Latex has 6 non-toxic chemicals (acrylate resins, diphenyl diisocyanate, Phenol-melamine resins, Phenol-urea, Polyvinyl acetate and waxes styrene- butadiene copolymer) and 3 natural materials (fats, hevea brasiliensis milk, and water.)

PRODUCT TESTING amp; RESEARCH

  • Muscle Relief - Pressure Mapping

  • Durability ASTM Testing

  • Sleeping Temperature Breathability amp; Surface Heat

  • Bedding Allergens Mold, Mildew, Bacteria amp; Dust Mites

  • Toxicity Off Gassing

  • Latex Allergens

  • Consistency Testing Mattress amp; Pillows

  • Posture Support

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PRESSURE MAPPING

LI TALALAY Latex provides 33% more Pressure Relief than leading Memory foam.

Pressure mapping tests the amount of pressure your body registers on a selected surface. This technology is widely used throughout the bedding industry to determine the quantity of pressure that a mattress or pillow creates on your body.

Pressure from your mattress and/or pillow prevents your muscles from relaxing which makes it difficult to fall asleep and impairs circulation causing you to toss amp; turn which makes it difficult to stay asleep.

Therefore, the less pressure your mattress and pillow produce on your body the easier it is to fall asleep and the more complete sleep you achieve throughout the night which leads to more energetic and productive days.



DURABILITY

Latex International TALALAY Latex is 4x more durable than other latex and 20x more durable than traditional bedding foams.

At Latex International, we continually ensure that our formulas will last the test of time. Using the standardized ASTM Cornell Indentation test we prove that our TALALAY outlasts any other material used for bedding today.

This is the most rigorous and material damaging ASTM standardized test that exists for bedding components. While Latex International TALALAY performs flawlessly over a period of 12 hours representing decades of use, other latex’s break down much more quickly and foams such as memory foam and polyurethane foam actually tear apart within minutes.

The strength of our material allows LI to match any warranty that retail stores choose to offer on their products and assures maximum value for consumers.

BREATHABILITY

Latex International TALALAY Latex breathes up to 7x better than other latex or foams for cooler sleep.

One of the fastest growing concerns with bedding today is sleeping hot. This is a legitimate concern because not only is it uncomfortable, sleeping too hot interrupts the quality of our sleep as we continuously move to find a cooler spot. This can occur from both mattresses and pillows.

The heightened awareness of sleeping hot is primarily due to increased use of Memory Foam in mattresses. Memory Foam has a collapsible cell structure that traps body heat and radiates it back at us resulting in uncomfortable perspiration.

TALALAY Latex is sometimes confused with Memory Foam because of extensive Memory Foam advertising. Nothing could be farther from the truth. The TALALAY Latex rubber cell structure resists collapsing and allows air to circulate. This breathability whisks away our body heat preventing mattresses and pillows from becoming an oven.

Latex International has gone one step further and developed TALALAY GL which is a unique formulation of TALALAY Latex with special phase change properties. TALALAY GL actually helps regulate the consistency of body temperature for a temperature neutral sleeping experience.

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Mold, Mildew, Bacteria amp; Dust Mites

LI TALALAY Latex is Mold, Mildew amp; Bacteria proof and Dust Mite resistant

Most people don’t consider their mattress as a contributing source for respiratory problems and allergic reactions. We think of our bed as a “safe haven”. The reality can be much more yucky.

Mold, mildew, bacteria and dust mites love our beds amp; pillows. We shed millions of microscopic skin cells and perspire nearly 1 pint of water every night. The microscopic skin cells and water vapor fall through the weave of our linens and mattress cover landing on the cushioning layers below where they become a food and water source for mold, mildew, bacteria and dust mites- it can’t be avoided, and it's gross.

Whether your “landing pad” cushion layer is hospitable to these infestations is the controlling factor to the amount of hazardous dust created from your mattress amp; pillow.

Foams such as Memory Foam amp; Polyurethane Foam are environments where these contaminants thrive, so if they compose the top cushion layers of your mattress you may have a problem.

Independent testing shows that Latex International TALALAY Latex is mold, mildew amp; bacteria proof- these organisms simply won’t grow on it. Furthermore, it’s dust mite resistant so these critters will prefer to be elsewhere, not right next to your face as you sleep.

TOXIN FREE

Try to find a healthier bedding material, we dare you.

In a perfect world all bedding products would be as safe as Latex International's TALALAY Latex. The reality is that today’s technology for producing foams like Memory Foam or Polyurethane Foam simply aren't.

Today’s foams may contain any or all of the following, each are known carcinogens.

  • Tetrachhloroethane

  • Acetone

  • Dimethylformamide

  • Methyl Benzene(tolunlene)

  • Methyl Dianiline

  • Tolune-diisocynanate

  • Vinilideine Chloride

Latex International TALALAY Latex contains none of these.

LATEX ALLERGENS

Zero cases of allergic reactions to LI products have been reported.

Latex International has been making TALALAY pillows and mattress components for over 35 years. Every year millions of products are sold using Latex International TALALAY.

The FDA tracks allergic reactions to latex products in the USA. Not once has there been a report of an allergic reaction attributed to any of our TALALAY products.

CONSISTENCY TESTING- MATTRESSES amp; PILLOW

Latex International is the only latex producer that tests every block of mattress material in 9 separate areas to insure consistency throughout each piece. This means that retailers and consumers can be sure that products delivered or brought home will match the products experienced in the showroom every single time.



Because pillows are not able to be measured in the same way as block mattress material, we electronically weigh and then hand inspect every pillow for quality and consistency. This is an extra time consuming step in our process, but it’s the only way to be completely sure that consumers receive the very highest quality pillows every single time.

TALALAY Latex vs Memory Foam

MOST PEOPLE HAVE HEARD OF AND/OR SEEN ADVERTISING FOR MEMORY FOAM MATTRESSES BUT YOU MAY NOT BE AS FAMILIAR WITH LATEX INTERNATIONAL’S TALALAY LATEX. HERE’S WHY…

Of the top four mattress companies in the US, one spends more on annual advertising than the other three combined. This company makes only Memory Foam beds. They spend tens of millions every year advertising Memory Foam to consumers. To counter this, the remaining top three US mattress companies (who make metal coil mattresses) also make Memory Foam beds and advertise theirs to stay competitive.

Hence, the circle of abundant advertising for Memory Foam.

Due to this advertising, many people assume that all non-coil beds are made with Memory Foam or that Latex and Memory Foam are the same thing. This couldn’t be farther from the truth.

In fact, the two materials are actually polar opposites and the sleeping experience could not be more different! Latex International TALALAY Latex actually outperforms Memory Foam in every way.

OUR TALALAY LATEX DOESN’T SLEEP HOT

Sleeping hot is the #1 complaint from Memory Foam owners. This is because Memory Foam requires body heat to collapse the Foam cell structure in order to conform to your curves, the collapsing of these cells restricts air flow trapping body heat and radiating it back at you.

Latex International TALALAY Latex is 7x more breathable than memory foam. The rubber cell structure doesn’t collapse. Its natural resistance lifts your body preventing collapse and allows air to flow through, creating an escape path for body heat.

You won’t have to continuously flip your Latex International TALALAY Latex pillow or search for a cooler spot on your LI TALALAY Latex bed.

LATEX INTERNATIONAL TALALAY LATEX IS MULTI-DIMENSIONAL (33% MORE RELIEF)

Our TALALAY Latex is a two-dimensional material; it’s simultaneously supportive and pressure relieving, where memory foam is a one-dimensional- pressure reliever only.

Your body sinks into and through Memory Foam until you hit a separate support layer below. Memory Foam simply can’t accomplish both pressure relief and support on its own. Hitting the support layer below Memory Foam increases pressure on your body.

Latex International TALALAY Latex is different and testing proves it.

Our TALALAY Latex provides 33% more pressure relief while simultaneously creating support because of the buoyant nature of latex. Latex International's TALALAY Latex material accomplishes both functions (pressure relief amp; support) on its own so you don’t bottom out on hard layers below.

Our TALALAY Latex is the best pressure relieving material used in bedding today. It provides the ultimate in pressure relief so your muscles relax to fall asleep quickly and your circulation can flow to stay asleep soundly.

ILD SCALE

Components ILD Scale

TALALAYCLASSIC (TALATECH)

Our most popular and widely used TALALAY Latex. Available in all standard mattress sizes.
Pressure Relief Layers: ILD’s 14, 19, 24, 28, 32
Support Cores : ILDʼs 36, 40, 44

TALALAY NATURAL (100% NATURAL)

Unlike so called natural “soy based foams” that have a maximum of 10% natural content, TALALAY 100% Natural utilizes 100% natural liquid latex for a true eco-friendly solution.
Available in all standard mattress sizes.
Pressure Relief Layers: N1, N2, N3
Support Cores : N4, N5

TECHNICAL BLOG

TALAWIKI / TALABLOG / TALATALK / TALALAY DOWN THE TRUTH / TALATRUTH

FROM THE DESK OF DR. JOHN LEAN, PH.D., CHEMIST

Sometimes we find that we just have to go to the doctor and get some straightforward information about the facts and science behind latex.

BLOCK LATEX RUBBER BASICS

Block latex foam rubber is the general term used to describe latex foam rubber produced with a large enough cross section to be used for mattresses, pillows, and cushions. Block latex foam rubber is produced by two different processes: the TALALAY Process and the Standard (Dunlop) Process. Both processes use the same basic ingredients: natural rubber latex (NR), polystyrene-‐butadiene rubber latex (SBR), soap, reinforcing filler, sulfur, and vulcanization agents.

Natural Rubber Latex Naturally occurring polyisoprene polymer produced by rubber trees and extruded in the sap. The rubber tree sap is collected, concentrated, and preserved with ammonia before being sold.

Polystyrene-butadiene Rubber Latex Polymer produced from styrene and butadiene designed to mimic and improve upon natural rubber. The polymer is produced in water on both batch and continuous production lines. After polymerization, the latex is stripped of residual reactants and concentrated before being sold.

Soap Natural soaps are used to stabilize the various components in the mixture.

Reinforcing Filler Hard materials are added to the mixture to increase firmness.

Reinforcing fillers are of two general types; mineral or plastic. Mineral fillers are generally aluminosilicates such as Feldspar or calcium carbonate (talc). The most commonly used plastic filler is polystyrene resin. Mineral fillers incorporate well into the rubber matrix and tend to be well dispersed. Plastic fillers are typically introduced as a latex and tend to form clusters in the rubber matrix. The plastic clusters are prone to breaking apart under use leading to softening.

Sulfur Elemental sulfur forms crosslinks between polymer chains when heated giving the latex rubber foam strength and structure.

Vulcanization Agents Agents used to increase the crosslinking rate and effectiveness of sulfur. The agents are typically consumed in the process. The above components are mixed together in a water based system to form what is termed compound for both processes.

THE TALALAY PROCESS

  • 1. Latex compound is injected with air and frothed to form foam.

  • 2. The foam is poured into an aluminum mold. The mold is only partially filled with foam.

  • 3. The mold is closed. The pressure inside the mold is reduced to create a pressure differential between the cavity of the mold and the air in the foam bubbles. Since the air in the foam bubbles is at atmospheric pressure and the mold pressure is lower than atmospheric, the air inside the bubbles expands causing the bubbles to increase in size expanding the foam. The foam expands and fills the mold. At the same time the foam redistributes itself evenly in the mold since the pressure inside the bubbles is driven to equalize over the entire block. Equalization of pressure in all the bubbles leads to a very uniform density throughout the foam block.

  • 4. The water in the foam is then frozen.

  • 5. After freezing, carbon dioxide is injected. The carbon dioxide reduces the pH of the foam and reduces the effectiveness of the soap at stabilizing the rubber in the latex. The rubber particles coalescence forming a continuous, open cell, solid block of foam rubber.

  • 6. The foam is heated to vulcanize the rubber.

  • 7. The foam is cooled and demolded.

  • 8. The foam block is washed and dried.


STANDARD (DUNLOP) PROCESS

  • 1. Latex compound is injected with air, a gelling agent, and frothed to form foam. The gelling agent reduces the pH of the foam and reduces the effectiveness of the soap at stabilizing the rubber in the latex.

  • 2. The foam is poured into a mold until it completely fills the mold making it critical that the foaming process in well controlled to achieve an even density throughout the block.

  • 3. The mold is closed. The mold is allowed to rest until the gelling agent has enough time to destabilize the rubber in the latex. The rubber particles coalescence forming a continuous, open cell, solid block of foam rubber.

  • 4. The foam is heated to vulcanize the rubber.

  • 5. The foam is cooled and demolded.

  • 6. The foam block is washed and dried.


Advantages of the TALALAY Process: the resulting feel, the uniformity, and the ability to reach low densities of the foam block as a result of the expansion of the foam to fill the mold under reduced pressure (rather than the complete filling of the mold as in the Standard (Dunlop) Process).Advantages of the Dunlop Process: shorter production times and ease of manufacture.

TALALAY Comfort Zone

By: John Lean, Ph.D.

DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

Latex International - Shelton, Connecticut

TALALAY Latex Rubber rubber has superior feel and comfort in bedding materials because of its unique compression profile.Compression is how a material responds to a weight or load being placed on it. A material will resist the load and push back in proportion to the load and the material’s ability to carry the load. The manner in which a material responds to a load defines how the material feels to the touch and how it supports the load. Below is a graph showing the amount of force needed to compress a piece of latex Rubber rubber and a coil spring a percentage of the original height.

As shown in the above graph, a coil spring has avery linear response to the applied load. The linear response of a spring is an inherent property. TALALAY Latex Rubber on the other hand responds to the applied load in a non-linear fashion. Initially TALALAY Latex Rubber increases in firmness in response to the load, but as the load increases TALALAY Latex Rubber compresses to a greater extent. TALALAY Latex Rubber will support just as much weight at the coil spring, but it has more give keeping the material from having the feeling of bottoming out.

The increased compressibility of TALALAY Latex Rubber is what allows the material to shape itself and comform to the human body. The human body’s profile is not flat and its weight distribution is not even. A coil spring is only able to respond to a body’s weight and not its shape. TALALAY Latex Rubber with its non-linear compression curve can respond to a body’s weight and shape. A person may have similar weight distribution between the shoulders and hips, but the body parts have very different shapes.


TALALAY Latex Rubber has the ability to allow for more compression without a proportional increase in weight to conform to various body shapes and weights.

Also contributing to TALALAY Latex Rubber’s unique feel and support is the material’s resiliency. Resiliency is the amount of energy returned by a material after compression. Resiliency in a Rubber material is important for support. Below is a graph of showing the compression and decompression of TALALAY Latex Rubber and a Dunlop latex Rubber. The arrows indicate compression and decompression.

Dunlop latex Rubber behaves more like a coil spring on compression with a fairly linear increase in compression with load until the material cannot be compressed much more. TALALAY Latex Rubber once again has an initial increase in firmness followed by increased compressibility under load. Upon decompression, TALALAY Latex Rubber is much more resilient than Dunlop latex Rubber providing more support to thebody. TALALAY Latex Rubber is able to compress more at a given load while at the same time return more energy and provide increased support.

The unique, non-linear compression profile of TALALAY Latex Rubber is the result of the material’s large, open cell structure. Every cell of TALALAY Latex Rubber behaves as a micro-spring.

The initial increase in firmness upon compression is the result of the latex Rubber cells resisting the compression until the cells buckle. Cell buckling results in the non-linear response of TALALAY Latex Rubber to compression. TALALAY Latex Rubber has a more non- linear response than Dunlop latex Rubber because of its larger cell size.

Buckling latex Rubber cells are nothing to worry about since there are hundreds of other cells backing them up. TALALAY Latex Rubber cells are also made of one of the most durable materials around, rubber, so they bounce back into shape. The millions of TALALAY Latex Rubber cells work together to provide just the right amount of support and comfort.

Before you buy a Latex Mattress, please let us know:

  1. What type of mattress you are basically interested in.

  2. Your body weight

  3. How old you are

  4. Whether you have a bad back or not.

  5. Whether you have Arthritis or not.

    Standard 7" Latex Mattress
    This standard mattress has a 6" core of genuine TALALAY Latex Foam from Latex International. Available in Soft (6" 28ILD); Regular Firm (6" 32ILD), Extra Firm (6" 36ILD) and Ultra Firm (6" 44ILD).

    9" LatexPillo Latex Mattress
    The 9" LatexPillo Mattress has a 3.5" Pocketed Coil System Inside and surrounded on both sides with 2" of genuine TALALAY Latex on both sides

    9" HIGH-PROFILE Latex Mattress
    The 9" HIGH-PROFILE Mattress has a 6" core of genuine TALALAY Latex Foam Inside surrounded on both sides with 1" of Softer TALALAY Latex.

    10" Solid Core Latex Mattress
    The Solid Core Latex Mattress by LATEX PEDIC is the newest edition to the LATEX PEDIC Line. Incorporating a SOLID CORE of 9" of the same density genuine TALALAY Latex Foam from Latex International.

    11" Organic Cotton Latex Mattress
    The 11" Organic Coton Mattress has a 6" core of genuine TALALAY Latex in the middle, surrounded on both sides with 1.5" of Softer TALALAY Latex.

    Natural Latex
    The Natural Latex Mattress by LATEX PEDIC are available in both Natural and Certified Organic (in any of the models above) Latex, Quilting and Covering.

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TALALAY Latex vs Memory Foam

MOST PEOPLE HAVE HEARD OF AND/OR SEEN ADVERTISING FOR MEMORY FOAM MATTRESSES BUT YOU MAY NOT BE AS FAMILIAR WITH LATEX INTERNATIONAL’S TALALAY LATEX. HERE’S WHY…

Of the top four mattress companies in the US, one spends more on annual advertising than the other three combined. This company makes only Memory Foam beds. They spend tens of millions every year advertising Memory Foam to consumers. To counter this, the remaining top three US mattress companies (who make metal coil mattresses) also make Memory Foam beds and advertise theirs to stay competitive.

Hence, the circle of abundant advertising for Memory Foam.

Due to this advertising, many people assume that all non-coil beds are made with Memory Foam or that Latex and Memory Foam are the same thing. This couldn’t be farther from the truth.

In fact, the two materials are actually polar opposites and the sleeping experience could not be more different! Latex International TALALAY Latex actually outperforms Memory Foam in every way.

OUR TALALAY LATEX DOESN’T SLEEP HOT

Sleeping hot is the #1 complaint from Memory Foam owners. This is because Memory Foam requires body heat to collapse the Foam cell structure in order to conform to your curves, the collapsing of these cells restricts air flow trapping body heat and radiating it back at you.

Latex International TALALAY Latex is 7x more breathable than memory foam. The rubber cell structure doesn’t collapse. Its natural resistance lifts your body preventing collapse and allows air to flow through, creating an escape path for body heat.

You won’t have to continuously flip your Latex International TALALAY Latex pillow or search for a cooler spot on your LI TALALAY Latex bed.

LATEX INTERNATIONAL TALALAY LATEX IS MULTI-DIMENSIONAL (33% MORE RELIEF)

Our TALALAY Latex is a two-dimensional material; it’s simultaneously supportive and pressure relieving, where memory foam is a one-dimensional- pressure reliever only.

Your body sinks into and through Memory Foam until you hit a separate support layer below. Memory Foam simply can’t accomplish both pressure relief and support on its own. Hitting the support layer below Memory Foam increases pressure on your body.

Latex International TALALAY Latex is different and testing proves it.

Our TALALAY Latex provides 33% more pressure relief while simultaneously creating support because of the buoyant nature of latex. Latex International's TALALAY Latex material accomplishes both functions (pressure relief amp; support) on its own so you don’t bottom out on hard layers below.

Our TALALAY Latex is the best pressure relieving material used in bedding today. It provides the ultimate in pressure relief so your muscles relax to fall asleep quickly and your circulation can flow to stay asleep soundly.

ARE LATEX FOAM MATTRESSES BETTER THAN "WHAT ELSE IS ON THE MARKET?" (READ BEFORE YOU BUY)

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  1. Today, most of the mattress companies (Simmons, Sealy, Serta, Spring Air, Tempurpedic) sell you a non-reversible mattress that is only quilted and layered on the top; and no quilting or layering on the bottom.

  2. Today, most mattress companies sell you almost a 100% synthetic, polyurethane, man-made, . . . mattress - hard to find one natural or organic product inside.

  3. Today, one of the biggest companies (Tempurpedic) really just sells you a 3 to 5" topper, the "rest of the underneath" just being polyurethanes, (and a wood box-spring).

  4. Today, many people are buying an Air Mattress (Sleep Number) that is really not that much different than a "Big-5" or "Target" $99. Mattress.

  5. Today, many people are taught that a mattress should only last 8 to 10 years, instead of the Old-Fashioned 20-Years. Today, most mattresses companies do not offer you a reversible mattress and quilted on both sides

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Our goal is to craft you the highest quality and most comfortable mattress in the World.

The Organic Cotton Natural Mattress is the product of almost 50 years of craftsmanship.

We know the Organic Cotton Latex foam mattress provides the ultimate in comfort, support, pressure relief, cushioning and breathable properties.

We make our mattresses completely reversible, from head to foot and upside down.

If you ever need service on your mattress, we give you a lifetime service commitment: As long as you own your mattress, we are always just a phone call away: 800-233-7382.

Your Organic Cotton Latex Foam Mattress is built by hand, has handles to make turning easier, and has a written 20-Year warranty.

Talaly Latex Foam is by far the most durable material in the world. You should enjoy a LIFETIME of Comfort!

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Organic Mattresses are designed

designed with millions of Latexpillo Air Cells that support and cushion every knook and cranny of your body, allowing you to sleep more comfortable, without tossing and turning every 15 minutes like on a conventional mattresses. Organic-Mattresses come in any choice of thickness and firmness; and can be layered exactly how you like it.

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Instead of being "black" synthetic, petroleum based Memory Foam Mattresses, our Chemical Free Mattresses are made from pure, milk from the rubber tree. Our Chemical Free Mattresses are the greenest product available on the market today.

Organic Latex Mattress

Organic Latex Mattresses are made one at a time with all pure latex foam, allowing you a more healthful environment for the 8 hours every day, and the one-third of your life, you spend in bed. Organic mattresses come in your choice of Soft, Regular Firm, Extra Firm and Ultra Firm. In our opinion, organic latex mattresses feel a little "different" than standard, TALALAY latex foam, that is a blend of synthetic latex and real latex. Organic Mattresses have a more dense feel, and less bouancy. Organic latex mattresses are also more heavy.

Organic Mattress Reviews

If you read about memory foam reviews they are always comparing themselves to a conventional innerspring mattress for customer satisfaction. But organic latex mattress reviews prove that organic mattresses provide more pressure-relief and more breathability than memory foam mattresses. Organic mattress reviews versus standard latex mattress reviews show that customers who prefer a more dense and firm feel, love the organic mattresses over the standard TALALAY latex mattresses.

Select an organic-mattress for your personal use, and take a health break. Organic latex foam mattresses are almost 100% pure organic "milk from the rubber tree" foam.

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Latexpedic® comes from the Hevea Brasilienis tree, originally native to the Amazon Jungles of Brazil. (the first rubber ball was invented by the Mayans over 3500 years ago.) Latex is white and milky in appearance, has an elastic consistency, and is removed from the tree through a process called "rubber tapping" - similar to tapping trees for maple syrup. Just two centuries ago, the Havea Brasillienis treee was exclusive to the Amazon Rainforest. Today, Latexpedic has the highest customer satisfaction ratings for Support, Comfort, Pressure Relief, Durability, Breathability and Health.

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ARE LATEX FOAM MATTRESSES BETTER THAN "WHAT ELSE IS ON THE MARKET?" (READ BEFORE YOU BUY)

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  1. Today, most of the mattress companies (Simmons, Sealy, Serta, Spring Air, Tempurpedic) sell you a non-reversible mattress that is only quilted and layered on the top; and no quilting or layering on the bottom.

  2. Today, most mattress companies sell you almost a 100% synthetic, polyurethane, man-made, . . . mattress - hard to find one natural or organic product inside.

  3. Today, one of the biggest companies (Tempurpedic) really just sells you a 3 to 5" topper, the "rest of the underneath" just being polyurethanes, (and a wood box-spring).

  4. Today, many people are buying an Air Mattress (Sleep Number) that is really not that much different than a "Big-5" or "Target" $99. Mattress.

  5. Today, many people are taught that a mattress should only last 8 to 10 years, instead of the Old-Fashioned 20-Years. Today, most mattresses companies do not offer you a reversible mattress and quilted on both sides

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Latexpedic® comes from the Hevea Brasilienis tree, originally native to the Amazon Jungles of Brazil. (the first rubber ball was invented by the Mayans over 3500 years ago.) Latex is white and milky in appearance, has an elastic consistency, and is removed from the tree through a process called "rubber tapping" - similar to tapping trees for maple syrup. Just two centuries ago, the Havea Brasillienis treee was exclusive to the Amazon Rainforest. Today, Latexpedic has the highest customer satisfaction ratings for Support, Comfort, Pressure Relief, Durability, Breathability and Health.

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What actually is it?

TALALAYis defined as: Any of several natural or synthetic colloidal polymers suspended in an aqueous solution.

Basically: rubber particles in water

WHAT IS NATURAL LATEX? WHAT IS ORGANIC LATEX?

Natural Latex is a milky substance harvested from rubber tree plants (Havea brasiliensis) which are grown in tropical climate plantations around the world. Most are located in Africa, Malaysia, South America, and Indonesia.

Harvesting the liquid latex is similar to tapping trees for maple syrup. The trees are not harmed, providing a sustainable resource. The latex is collected in buckets and shipped to large rubber factories such as B.F Goodrich, Dupont, etc. for processing. Natural liquid latex is a commodity that’s publicly traded in stock markets around the world similar to corn, pork bellies, orange juice etc.

WHAT IS SYNTHETIC LATEX?

Synthetic latex is a man-made rubber like product. The scientific name for this compound is Styrene-Butadiene (SBR).

Styrene does occur in low levels naturally. Today, however it is produced by the dehydrogenation of ethylbenzene.

Butadiene is produced as a by product of the steam cracking of Napthia or LPG which is used to produce ethylene.

Polystyrene is relatively hard polymer where polybutadiene is a relatively soft polymer. Thesewere combined or polymerized together to form a synthetic rubber.

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At LatexPEDIC®, your 100% Satisfaction is our ONLY Goal. Choose from both our We have to assess the correct mattress firmness by understanding what you like, what is comfortable for you; whether you have a Bad Back or Arthritis, what you know you like and don't like,, your age, and more.

THE CORRECT POSTURE FOR YOUR BACK IS THE MOST IMPORTANT Consideration in your selection of a mattress, . . .

"How You Feel When You Wake Up?" is the "Great Determinor" on how well your mattress works with your body.

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Ideally, of course, you want a Mattress that is Both the Most Comfortable and the Most Healthy for you. No other mattress in world will you find the best Nirvana between Comfort and Health than the LatexPEDIC Organic Comfort Natural Mattress..

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