Cot Mattress Company

Blue Top Foam

The Quality Of The Foam Makes The Difference

Currently the foam used to cover the springs by the best chains stores, department stores and some internet companies is 24/130 or equivalent quality. 

24/130 -The first number "24" is the weight of the foam per kilo and indicates the density or the foam and this affects the durability. 

The second number "130" is the amount of pressure in Newtons it takes to compress the foam to 40% of its size. This measurement is called Indentation Load Deflection (ILD) and this assess the firmness or the feel of foam and how it yields to weight and pressure.

Blue Top Foam 

Our NightyNite® mattresses use 30/150 Blue Top Foam this is a huge step up in durability, support and comfort. Our sprung and pocket sprung mattresses are much less likely to dip or sink.

Your baby will be using a cot mattress for over 9000 hours and a cot bed mattress for up to 20000 hours.

  A  better quality foam makes makes a huge difference to safety, comfort and durability. Yes costs a penny a day more, but  a  worthwhile investment.