Note: we always recommend to readers to check the previous article ( low-density foam) in order to enjoy fully the information placed in both.
If you have read the previous articles you perhaps have perceived that we frequently mention density, and you perhaps may wonder why it is related or how, well, that’s because of the quality foam measures by the density.
According to sleepfoundation.org density is “simply a measurement of weight per unit of volume. In the case of foam, it is measured in pounds per cubic foot (PCF). In other words, the density of the foam is expressed by measuring the weight of a single cubic foot of foam material”.
So now you can have a better idea of the previous foam like the high-density foam of what is made the LC3 sofa by Le Corbusier.
Now our latest foam is low density foam. This foam can be seen as the worst option for any case, but it really is not, it totally depends on your needs. It is true that denser foams are durable, but low-density foams also have their advantages.
These types of foams generally offer a warmer feel and better temperature regulation. This can be a very important factor for those families who live in hot climates.