CN214760211U - Cloud sense partition layer and mattress - Google Patents

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CN214760211U
CN214760211U CN202120340655.9U CN202120340655U CN214760211U CN 214760211 U CN214760211 U CN 214760211U CN 202120340655 U CN202120340655 U CN 202120340655U CN 214760211 U CN214760211 U CN 214760211U
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The application discloses cloud sense zone layer and mattress relates to household articles technical field. The cloud sensing partition layer comprises: the spring seat is arranged below the sponge layer; the cloud feeling partition layer is provided with a plurality of areas, the spring seats correspond to each area and are provided with springs, grooves correspond to each area on the sponge layer and are formed in the sponge layer, and the depth of the grooves in at least two areas is set to be different. The recesses of different degree of depth make the sponge layer different at the regional hardness of difference, realize that the subregion layer is felt to the cloud more professionally laminates people's health curve, gives the three-dimensional all-round support from first to foot, and is ventilative and stable support more simultaneously.

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Cloud sense partition layer and mattress
Technical Field
The application relates to the technical field of household articles, in particular to a cloud sensing partition layer and a mattress.
Background
The importance of sleep is well known, and good sleep can give people better mental status, promote development, protect the brain, etc., while good sleep is comfortable without leaving the bed. At present, most beds use mattresses to enable the beds to have certain softness so as to improve the sleeping quality of people, and the softness of the mattresses depends on buffer layers in the mattresses, so that how to enable the buffer layers to be more fit with the body curves of people, three-dimensional all-around support is provided, the stability is higher, and the mattress becomes an important factor of buffer layer design.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
The application provides a cloud sense zone layer and a mattress for solving the problems in the prior art.
In order to solve the above problems, the present application provides:
a cloud-aware zoning layer comprising: the spring seat is arranged below the sponge layer;
the cloud feeling partition layer is provided with a plurality of areas, the spring seats correspond to each area and are provided with springs, grooves correspond to each area on the sponge layer and are formed in the sponge layer, and the depth of the grooves in at least two areas is set to be different.
As a further alternative of the cloud-sensing partition layer, the groove is formed in one side, away from the spring seat, of the sponge layer, and the depth of the groove is not more than sixty percent of the thickness of the sponge layer.
As a further alternative of the cloud-sensing partition layer, the grooves are arranged on one side of the sponge layer far away from the spring seat and one side of the sponge layer close to the spring seat, and the depth of each groove is not more than thirty percent of the thickness of the sponge layer.
As a further alternative of the cloud-sensing partition layer, a region of the plurality of regions, in which the depth of the groove is largest, is correspondingly disposed, and a wire diameter of the spring wire of the spring, in which the wire diameter is smallest, is correspondingly disposed.
As a further alternative to the cloud-sensitive zonal layer, the width of the groove cross-section over at least two regions is set to be different.
As a further alternative of the cloud-sensing partition layer, a region of the plurality of regions, in which the width of the cross section of the groove is largest, is provided, and the wire diameter of the spring wire of the spring is smallest.
As a further alternative of the cloud-sensing partition layer, the adjacent springs on the spring seats are fixedly connected through connecting pieces.
As a further alternative of the cloud-feeling zone layer, the cloud-feeling zone layer further includes a pleated flower layer, and the pleated flower layer is disposed on a side of the sponge layer away from the spring seat.
As a further alternative of the cloud-feeling partition layer, the pleated flower layer is provided with different flower patterns corresponding to different areas.
The present application further provides:
a mattress comprises the cloud sensing subarea layer.
The beneficial effect of this application is:
the application provides a subregion layer is felt to cloud, including sponge layer and spring holder, the spring holder sets up in sponge layer below. Through feeling cloud subregion layering and being equipped with a plurality of regions, the spring holder corresponds every region and all is provided with the spring, corresponds every region on the sponge layer and all is provided with the recess simultaneously, wherein at least two regions the degree of depth of recess sets up to the difference, and the recess of the different degree of depth makes the sponge layer different at the hardness in different regions, realizes that cloud feels the human body curve of laminating more professionally on subregion layer, gives the three-dimensional all-round support from head to foot, makes cloud feel the subregion layer more ventilative and stable support simultaneously.
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In order to more clearly illustrate the technical solutions of the embodiments of the present application, the drawings that are required to be used in the embodiments will be briefly described below, it should be understood that the following drawings only illustrate some embodiments of the present application and therefore should not be considered as limiting the scope, and for those skilled in the art, other related drawings can be obtained from the drawings without inventive effort.
Fig. 1 shows a schematic structural diagram of a cloud-sensing partition layer of the present invention;
fig. 2 shows a schematic structural diagram of a spring seat of the cloud-sensing zonal layer of the present invention;
FIG. 3 is a schematic structural diagram of a sponge layer of the cloud-sensing partition layer according to the present invention;
fig. 4 shows a schematic diagram of a sponge layer with a groove arranged on one side of the sponge layer designed by three zones of the cloud feeling zone;
FIG. 5 shows a schematic diagram of a sponge layer with a groove on one side of the sponge layer designed in the fifth region of the cloud-sensing subarea layer;
FIG. 6 shows a schematic diagram of a sponge layer with a groove arranged on one side of the sponge layer designed in the seventh cloud-sensing subarea layer of the present invention;
FIG. 7 shows a schematic diagram of the cloud-sensing partition layer of the present invention with grooves on both sides of the sponge layer;
fig. 8 shows a schematic view of a pleated flower layer of the present invention cloud-like zoned three-zone design;
fig. 9 shows a schematic view of a pleated flower layer of the cloud-like zoned layer five-zone design of the present invention;
fig. 10 shows a schematic view of a pleated flower layer designed in the seventh region of the cloud-sensing subarea layer of the present invention.
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100-spring seats; 110-a spring; 120-a connector;
200-sponge layer; 210-a groove; 220-sponge block;
300-pleated flower layer.
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Reference will now be made in detail to embodiments of the present application, examples of which are illustrated in the accompanying drawings, wherein like or similar reference numerals refer to the same or similar elements or elements having the same or similar function throughout. The embodiments described below with reference to the drawings are exemplary only for the purpose of explaining the present application and are not to be construed as limiting the present application.
In the description of the present application, it is to be understood that the terms "center," "longitudinal," "lateral," "length," "width," "thickness," "upper," "lower," "front," "rear," "left," "right," "vertical," "horizontal," "top," "bottom," "inner," "outer," "clockwise," "counterclockwise," "axial," "radial," "circumferential," and the like are used in the orientations and positional relationships indicated in the drawings for convenience in describing the present application and for simplicity in description, and are not intended to indicate or imply that the referenced devices or elements must have a particular orientation, be constructed and operated in a particular orientation, and are therefore not to be considered limiting of the present application.
Furthermore, the terms "first", "second" and "first" are used for descriptive purposes only and are not to be construed as indicating or implying relative importance or implicitly indicating the number of technical features indicated. Thus, a feature defined as "first" or "second" may explicitly or implicitly include one or more of that feature. In the description of the present application, "a plurality" means two or more unless specifically limited otherwise.
In this application, unless expressly stated or limited otherwise, the terms "mounted," "connected," "secured," and the like are to be construed broadly and can include, for example, fixed connections, removable connections, or integral parts; can be mechanically or electrically connected; either directly or indirectly through intervening media, either internally or in any other relationship. The specific meaning of the above terms in the present application can be understood by those of ordinary skill in the art as appropriate.
In this application, unless expressly stated or limited otherwise, the first feature "on" or "under" the second feature may be directly contacting the first and second features or indirectly contacting the first and second features through intervening media. Also, a first feature "on," "over," and "above" a second feature may be directly or diagonally above the second feature, or may simply indicate that the first feature is at a higher level than the second feature. A first feature being "under," "below," and "beneath" a second feature may be directly under or obliquely under the first feature, or may simply mean that the first feature is at a lesser elevation than the second feature.
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Referring to fig. 1, 2 and 3, the cloud-sensing partition layer provided by the present invention includes a sponge layer 200 and a spring seat 100, wherein the spring seat 100 is disposed below the sponge layer 200; this subregion layering is felt to cloud is equipped with a plurality of regions, and spring holder 100 corresponds every region and all is provided with spring 110, corresponds every region on the sponge layer 200 and all is provided with recess 210, and wherein the degree of depth of recess 210 on two at least regions sets up to the difference. The arrangement of the spring seat 100 not only enables the cloud-sensing subarea layer to have certain elasticity, but also enables the cloud-sensing subarea layer to stably support a human body. The different areas on the sponge layer 200 are provided with the grooves 210 with different depths, so that the sponge layer 200 has different hardness in the different areas, the cloud feeling subarea layer can be more professionally attached to the body curve of a human body, and the three-dimensional all-around support from head to foot is provided.
Specifically, the cloud-sensing partition layer can be divided into three, five and seven regions according to the body structure of the human body, and the depths of the spring 110 and the groove 210 on the sponge layer 200 corresponding to different regions are different.
In other embodiments, the cloud-sensing zone layer can be subdivided into nine zones according to the body structure of the human body.
Further, a groove 210 is formed in a side of the sponge layer 200 away from the spring seat 100, and the depth of the groove 210 is set to be not more than sixty percent of the thickness of the sponge layer 200. When the depth of the groove 210 exceeds sixty percent, the sponge layer 200 is easily broken, and the use of the cloud-sensing partition layer is affected.
Further, the area with the largest depth of the corresponding groove 210 in the plurality of areas has the smallest wire diameter of the spring wire of the corresponding spring 110, i.e. the spring 110 is softer and is easy to be compressed, and the hardness of the cloud-sensing subarea layer corresponding to the area is softer.
Specifically, referring to fig. 4, when the cloud-sensing partition layer is designed to be three regions, namely, a head-back region, a waist-hip region and leg-foot regions, the depth of the grooves 210 in the head-back region and the leg-foot regions can be set to be not more than thirty percent of the thickness of the sponge layer 200, and the wire diameter of the spring wires of the springs 110 in the corresponding regions is larger; the depth of the groove 210 in the hip region may be set to not more than sixty percent of the thickness of the sponge layer 200, and the wire diameter of the spring wire of the spring 110 in these regions is correspondingly smaller; while the depth of the recess 210 in the hip and waist regions is greater than the depth of the recess 210 in the back of the head and leg regions.
In this embodiment, the depth of the grooves 210 in the back region is less than the depth of the grooves 210 in the leg and foot regions, so that when a human body has a rest on the mattress with the cloud feeling partition layer, the position of the head on the mattress is higher than the positions of the legs and feet, and the sleeping quality is better.
In other embodiments, the depth of the recess 210 in the dorsum region is equal to the depth of the recess 210 in the footer region.
With reference to fig. 5, when the cloud-sensing partition layer is designed into five regions, i.e., the head and neck region, the back region, the waist region, the hip region and the leg and foot region, the depth of the grooves 210 in the head and neck region, the waist region and the leg and foot region can be set to be no more than thirty percent of the thickness of the sponge layer 200, and the wire diameters of the spring wires of the springs 110 in these regions are all larger; the depth of the grooves 210 in the back region and the hip region can be set to be no more than sixty percent of the thickness of the sponge layer 200, and the wire diameters of the spring wires of the springs 110 in the corresponding regions are smaller; while the depth of recesses 210 in both the back and hip regions is greater than the depth of recesses 210 in the head and neck, waist and leg regions.
In this embodiment, the depth of the indentations 210 in the neck, waist and thigh regions are all set to be uniform, and the depth of the indentations 210 in the back and hip regions are all set to be uniform.
In other embodiments, the depths of indentations 210 in the neck region, waist region, and leg and foot regions may be configured to be different, such as indentations 210 in the neck and waist regions having depths less than or greater than those in the leg and foot regions, among other alignments; the depth of the grooves 210 in the back and hip regions may be configured to be non-uniform, such as the grooves 210 in the back region having a depth less than or greater than that of the hip region.
With reference to fig. 6, when the cloud-sensing partition layer is designed to be seven regions, i.e., the head and neck region, the shoulder and back region, the waist region, the hip region, the thigh region, the shank region and the foot region, the depth of the groove 210 in the head and neck region, the waist region, the shank region and the foot region may be set to be no more than thirty percent of the thickness of the sponge layer 200, and the wire diameters of the spring wires of the springs 110 in the corresponding regions are all larger; the depth of the grooves 210 in the shoulder-back region, the hip region and the lower leg region can be set to be not more than sixty percent of the thickness of the sponge layer 200, and the wire diameters of the spring wires of the springs 110 in the corresponding regions are all smaller; meanwhile, the depth of the grooves 210 in the shoulder-back region, the hip region and the lower leg region is greater than the depth of the grooves 210 in the head-neck region, the waist region, the upper leg region and the foot region.
In this embodiment, the depth of the grooves 210 in the neck, waist, thigh and foot regions are all set to be uniform, and the depth of the grooves 210 in the shoulder and back, hip and calf regions are all set to be uniform.
In other embodiments, the depth of the indentations 210 in the neck region, waist region, thigh region, and foot region may be configured to be non-uniform, e.g., the indentations 210 in the neck region and waist region may each have a depth less than or greater than that in the thigh region and foot region, among other alignments; the depth of the grooves 210 in the shoulder-back region, the hip region and the lower leg region may be set to be different, for example, the depth of the grooves 210 in the shoulder-back region is smaller or larger than that of the hip region and the lower leg region, and so on.
Further, the width of the cross section of the groove 210 is set to be different in at least two regions of the groove 210 in the sponge layer 200. When the width of the cross section of the groove 210 in the sponge layer 200 is large, the deformation space of the sponge layer 200 when being pressed relatively is large, and the sponge layer 200 is relatively soft.
Further, the area with the largest width of the cross section of the corresponding groove 210 in the plurality of areas has a smaller wire diameter of the spring wire of the corresponding spring 110, so that the cloud-sensing subarea layer in the corresponding area is more double-flexible.
Specifically, in the region with a larger depth, the width of the cross section of the groove 210 may be set to be larger, and in the region with a smaller depth, the width of the cross section of the groove 210 may be set to be smaller; meanwhile, the depth and the width of the groove 210 at the edge of different areas at the four edges close to the cloud feeling partition layer are set to be smaller, so that the phenomenon that the edge is easy to fall down due to the fact that the edge is softer when a user sits or lies on the edge can be avoided. Correspondingly, the depth and the width of the groove 210 in the middle of different areas close to the middle of the cloud feeling partition layer can be set to be larger, so that the middle of the cloud feeling partition layer, namely the part where the human body sleeps, has larger softness and is more comfortable.
Further, a plurality of grooves 210 are enclosed to form a plurality of sponge blocks 220, that is, each sponge block 220 is enclosed by a plurality of grooves 210, so that a plurality of sponge blocks 220 are distributed on the sponge layer 200; and corresponding to different regions, the shape of the sponge block 220 is different, i.e., the sponge layer 200 is divided into a plurality of sponge blocks 220 by the grooves 210.
Specifically, in the central region of the sponge layer 200, the shape of the sponge block 220 may be set to other polygons such as a square, and in the outer edge region of the sponge layer 200, the shape of the sponge block 220 may be set to other shapes such as a rectangle.
In this embodiment, when the cloud-sensing partition layer is designed into three regions, namely, a head-back region, a waist-hip region and leg-foot regions, the sponge block 220 may be set in other shapes such as rectangle in the head-back region and the leg-foot regions, and the sponge block 220 may be set in other shapes such as square in the waist-hip region;
in another embodiment, the sponge block 220 may be configured as at least two different polygons, such as a rectangle and a square, in the back-head region, the sponge block 220 may be configured as at least two different polygons, such as a triangle and a diamond, in the hip-waist region, and the sponge block 220 may be configured as at least two different polygons, such as a rectangle and a parallelogram, in the leg-foot region, according to the body structure of the human body.
In another embodiment, the sponge block 220 may be configured in at least two different shapes, such as a circle, an ellipse, etc., in the back area, the sponge block 220 may be configured in at least two different shapes, such as a more angular shape and other patterns, in the hip area, and the sponge block 220 may be configured in at least two different shapes, such as a fan shape and other peculiar shapes, in the leg and foot area, according to the body structure of the human body.
Meanwhile, the shape of the corresponding sponge block 220 may also be different according to the partition design of the five and seven zones corresponding to the cloud-sensing partition layer.
Further, as shown in fig. 2, the adjacent springs 110 on the spring seat 100 are fixedly connected by the connecting member 120, so that the springs 110 are prevented from being easily displaced and dislocated when being pressed, and even a plurality of springs 110 are staggered and difficult to separate.
Specifically, the number of the connecting members 120 is plural, and the springs 110 in each row are fixedly connected by at least one connecting member 120; the connecting member 120 may be a string spring, and the springs 110 of each row are fixedly connected by at least one string spring.
In other embodiments, the connector 120 may be a steel wire or the like.
Further, with continued reference to fig. 8, 9 and 10, the cloud-feeling zone layer further includes a pleated flower layer 300, and the pleated flower layer 300 is disposed on the sponge layer 200 on the side away from the spring seat 100; the pleated sheet 300 has different patterns corresponding to different regions, that is, the pleated sheet 300 is divided into three, five, and seven regions, the cloud-feeling zone layer is designed into several regions, and the corresponding pleated sheet 300 is divided into several regions, so as to distinguish the number of regions of the cloud-feeling zone layer or the mattress having the cloud-feeling zone layer.
For comfortable layer in the mattress that has now, the utility model provides a subregion layer is felt to the cloud, and a plurality of levels make the cloud feel the subregion layer softer, and is more ventilative, laminates human curve more professionally, gives from first to the foot more three-dimensional omnidirectional support.
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Referring to fig. 7, on the basis of the first embodiment, a groove 210 may also be formed on a side of the sponge layer 200 close to the spring seat 100, that is, the upper and lower end surfaces of the sponge layer 200 are both provided with grooves 210, and the depth of the groove 210 does not exceed thirty percent of the thickness of the sponge layer 200, so as to prevent the sponge layer 200 from being easily broken.
Specifically, when the cloud feeling partition layer is designed into three regions, namely, a head back region, a waist and hip region and leg and foot regions, the depth of the groove 210 in the head back region and the leg and foot regions can be set to be not more than fifteen percent of the thickness of the sponge layer 200, and the wire diameters of the spring wires of the springs 110 in the corresponding regions are larger; the depth of the groove 210 in the hip region may be set to be not more than thirty percent of the thickness of the sponge layer 200, and the wire diameters of the spring wires of the springs 110 in the corresponding regions are all smaller; meanwhile, the depth of the grooves 210 at the two sides of the waist and hip area is greater than that of the grooves 210 at the two sides of the head and back area and the leg and foot area.
In this embodiment, the depth of the grooves 210 on both sides of the back area is smaller than the depth of the grooves 210 on both sides of the leg and foot area, so that when a human body has a rest on the mattress with the cloud feeling partition layer, the position of the head on the mattress is higher than the position of the leg and foot, and the sleeping quality is better.
In other embodiments, the depth of grooves 210 on both sides of the dorsum region is equal to the depth of grooves 210 on both sides of the footer region.
When the cloud feeling partition layer is designed into five regions, namely a head neck region, a back region, a waist region, a hip region and leg and foot regions, the depth of the grooves 210 in the head neck region, the waist region and the leg and foot regions can be set to be no more than fifteen percent of the thickness of the sponge layer 200, and the wire diameters of the spring wires of the springs 110 in the corresponding regions are all larger; the depth of the grooves 210 in the back region and the hip region can be set to be no more than thirty percent of the thickness of the sponge layer 200, and the wire diameters of the spring wires of the springs 110 in the corresponding regions are smaller; while the depth of grooves 210 on both sides of the back and hip regions are greater than the depth of grooves 210 on both sides of the head and neck, waist and leg regions.
In this embodiment, the depth of the grooves 210 in the neck, waist and leg regions are all set to be uniform, and the depth of the grooves 210 in the back and hip regions are all set to be uniform.
In other embodiments, the depth of grooves 210 in the neck region, waist region, and sides of the leg and foot regions can be configured to be different, such as the depth of grooves 210 in the neck region and sides of the waist region can be less than or greater than that in the leg and foot regions, among other configurations; the depth of the grooves 210 on both sides of the back region and the hip region may be set to be different, for example, the depth of the grooves 210 on both sides of the back region is smaller or larger than that of the hip region.
When the cloud feeling partition layer is designed into seven regions, namely a head neck region, a shoulder and back region, a waist region, a hip region, a thigh region, a shank region and a foot region, the depth of the groove 210 in the head neck region, the waist region, the thigh region and the foot region can be set to be not more than fifteen percent of the thickness of the sponge layer 200, and the wire diameter of the spring wire of the spring 110 in the corresponding regions is larger; the depth of the grooves 210 in the shoulder-back region, the hip region and the lower leg region can be set to be no more than thirty percent of the thickness of the sponge layer 200, and the wire diameters of the spring wires of the springs 110 in the corresponding regions are all smaller; meanwhile, the depth of the grooves 210 at the two sides of the shoulder-back area, the hip area and the lower leg area is greater than the depth of the grooves 210 at the two sides of the head-neck area, the waist area, the upper leg area and the foot area.
In this embodiment, the depth of the grooves 210 at both sides of the head and neck region, the waist region, the thigh region, and the foot region are all set to be the same, and the depth of the grooves 210 at both sides of the shoulder and back region, the hip region, and the shank region are all set to be the same.
In other embodiments, the depth of grooves 210 in the neck region, waist region, thigh region, and foot region may be configured to be different, e.g., the depth of grooves 210 in the neck region and waist region may be less than or greater than that in the thigh region and foot region, among other configurations; the depth of the grooves 210 on the two sides of the shoulder-back region, the hip region and the lower leg region can be set to be different, for example, the depth of the grooves 210 on the two sides of the shoulder-back region is smaller or larger than that of the hip region and the lower leg region, and the like.
Specifically, in the arrangement of the plurality of regions, the grooves 210 on two sides in the same region may be symmetrically arranged or may not be symmetrically arranged, and the grooves 210 on the upper and lower sides may not be on the same vertical plane, that is, they are distributed on different vertical planes, and a certain gap exists between the vertical planes.
Meanwhile, the depths of the grooves 210 on both sides in the same region can be set to be different, and further setting can be carried out according to the important ratio of each part of the human body; the widths of the cross sections of the grooves 210 on both sides in the same region may be set to be uniform or non-uniform; the shape of the groove 210 is not necessarily rectangular, and may be wavy or other shapes.
The utility model also provides a mattress, contain foretell cloud sense subregion layer. The mattress can comprise a pleated flower layer 300, a plurality of sponge layers 200, a spring seat 100, other cotton layers and the like, and can be more flexible to the greatest extent, and can be more professionally attached to the body curve of a human body, so that the human body can be supported in a more three-dimensional and all-around manner.
Specifically, the sponge at the edge of the mattress can be harder than the sponge at the middle part of the mattress, so that a person can be prevented from directly falling down on the ground when sitting or lying at the edge; the middle part of the mattress is arranged to be softer, so that a person can lie in the middle of the mattress as much as possible when sleeping, and the person is prevented from falling on the ground.
In the description herein, reference to the description of the term "one embodiment," "some embodiments," "an example," "a specific example," or "some examples," etc., means that a particular feature, structure, material, or characteristic described in connection with the embodiment or example is included in at least one embodiment or example of the application. In this specification, the schematic representations of the terms used above are not necessarily intended to refer to the same embodiment or example. Furthermore, the particular features, structures, materials, or characteristics described may be combined in any suitable manner in any one or more embodiments or examples. Furthermore, various embodiments or examples and features of different embodiments or examples described in this specification can be combined and combined by one skilled in the art without contradiction.
Although embodiments of the present application have been shown and described above, it is understood that the above embodiments are exemplary and should not be construed as limiting the present application, and that variations, modifications, substitutions and alterations may be made to the above embodiments by those of ordinary skill in the art within the scope of the present application.

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1. A cloud-aware partitioning layer, comprising: the spring seat is arranged below the sponge layer;
the cloud feeling partition layer is provided with a plurality of areas, the spring seats correspond to each area and are provided with springs, grooves correspond to each area on the sponge layer and are formed in the sponge layer, and the depth of the grooves in at least two areas is set to be different.
2. The cloud-sensing zonation layer of claim 1, wherein the groove is disposed on a side of the sponge layer away from the spring seat, and the depth of the groove is no more than sixty percent of the thickness of the sponge layer.
3. The cloud-sensing zonal layer of claim 1, wherein the grooves are disposed on both a side of the sponge layer away from the spring seat and a side of the sponge layer adjacent to the spring seat, and the depth of the grooves is no more than thirty percent of the thickness of the sponge layer.
4. The cloud-sensing zonal layer of any of claims 2 and 3, wherein a corresponding region of the plurality of regions where the depth of the groove is greatest is a corresponding region where the wire diameter of the spring wire of the spring is least.
5. The cloud-sensing zoned layer of claim 1, wherein the widths of the groove cross-sections on at least two regions are configured to be different.
6. The cloud-sensing zone layer of claim 5, wherein the area with the largest width of the cross section of the corresponding groove in the plurality of areas has the smallest wire diameter of the spring wire of the corresponding spring.
7. The cloud-sensitive zonal layer of claim 1, wherein the sponge layer is surrounded by the grooves as a plurality of sponge blocks, and wherein the sponge blocks are shaped differently in different areas.
8. The cloud-sensing zonal layer of claim 1, wherein adjacent springs on the spring seats are fixedly connected by a connector.
9. The partition layer according to claim 1, further comprising a pleated pattern layer provided on a side of the sponge layer remote from the spring seat, the pleated pattern layer being provided with different patterns corresponding to different regions.
10. A mattress comprising the cloud-sensitive zonal layer of any of claims 1-9.
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