SOLUTIONS IN LATEX FOAM LATEXFOAM TECHNOLOGY
As against the conventional DUNLOP process, the method I invented is working on the basis of high frequency heating technology, by which the water molecules inside the latex foam are heated by high movement caused by their dipole character. Without the diversion through metal, the latex foam is reaching vulcanization temperature within minutes! This means substantial energy and time saving.
Drying pillows

New process technology

SOLUTIONS IN LATEX FOAM LATEXFOAM TECHNOLOGY
The moulds in my process are made of special plastic materials, thus reducing the weight of a US Queen-size mattress mould to about 400 kg only. Accordingly the whole (carousel) system is of much lighter construction, requiring less floor space and providing much greater flexibility. This new process technology creates also completely new possibilities in mould design, in which pins are not anymore needed for heat transfer but for creating new designs and shapes which allow new and better ergonomic features to suit modern sleeping philosophies.
Be careful if this production process is offered to you by un- experienced dealers. Twice, such bungling people have tried to set-up a production plant based on HF, both failed. I am the original inventor of this production process (check German patent certification left side).
The advantages of this new production process can be summarized as follows: Lower Capital Investment High Energy Saving Export Product Quality Reduced Space Requirements High Flexibility in Shapes and Sizes New Designs and Product Features Faster Reaction to Market Response Faster ROI Higher Profit In-house Manufacturing of Moulds This is not the place to enumerate all possibilities - of which up to now not all have been realized - but in a personal meeting I would be glad to discuss further details with you.
The HF heating is also used for the drying of latex foam: Similar to the textile industry where fibre and yarns have to be dried after dyeing or washing the HF heating is also the first choice to dry latex foam. The density of latex foam ranges from 40 g/l for pillows only to 90 g/l for mattress cores. The rest of the volume is air and this air - it is self-explanatory - works as an insulator. Drying of mattress cores and pillows with hot air requires very long tunnels with corresponding high energy consumption, the more so if the residual moisture becomes virtually zero. The HF technology of heating water direct without any detours shortened the drying time and efficiency dramatically (read more at PARTNER and STALAM ).
As against the conventional DUNLOP process, the method I invented is working on the basis of high frequency heating technology, by which the water molecules inside the latex foam are heated by high movement caused by their dipole character. Without the diversion through metal, the latex foam is reaching vulcanization temperature within minutes! This means substantial energy and time saving.
As against the conventional DUNLOP process, the method I invented is working on the basis of high frequency heating technology, by which the water molecules inside the latex foam are heated by high movement caused by their dipole character. Without the diversion through metal, the latex foam is reaching vulcanization temperature within minutes! This means substantial energy and time saving.
SOLUTIONS IN LATEX FOAM LATEXFOAM TECHNOLOGY
Drying pillows

New process technology