The individual barrel pocketed spring is a collective of barrel-shaped coils each encased in a fabric pocket. These coils in pockets, unlike the coils in a bonnell spring, are not laced together. This characteristic allows each coil to operate independently to provide a contoured support that is specific to the user’s body shape. Another well-known feature of the pocket spring system is its capability to minimize the effect of motion disturbance, which benefits users who share their beds with other individuals.
• The perfect point provides optimum support to the body with the level of flexibility.
• 2 In pocket spring systems produced by inserting individual springs into interconnected fabric bags, wires of different diameters and springs of different hardness can be arranged in as many regions as required according to human anatomy.