US2025329A - Mattress and method of making the same - Google Patents

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US2025329A US695834A US69583433A US2025329A US 2025329 A US2025329 A US 2025329A US 695834 A US695834 A US 695834A US 69583433 A US69583433 A US 69583433A US 2025329 A US2025329 A US 2025329A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
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Dec. 24, 1935. E, BR0N5T|EN 2,025,329

' MATTRESS AND METHOD oF MAKING THE SAME 2 Shee1:s-Shee cy 1 Filed 0G13. `30, 1933 Wwiw Dec. 24, 1935. E, L, BRQNs'nEN 2,025,329

MATTRESS AND METHOD OF MAKING THE SAME Filed oct. so, 193s 2 sheets-sheet 2 v' M ,l 'fw- T WV T l a l n l l @n l l u E I l l n N l n u 'I l n n l I- n n s n ll Il u u I U .m n n Il u l RR }Q\ (n I Il u OQ N n k L\ I' T` k l l l J xq v d, JJ' zo *Q J m S n m l Q l N \\l N N N BMM/0 Edvard 22571972575' @72 Patented Dec. 24, 1935 MATTRESS AND METHOD F MAKING THE SAME Edward L. Bronstien, St. Paul, Minn. Application October 30, 1933, Serial No. 695,834

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It is the object of this invention to provide a novel and inexpensive mattress of the` type having edge rolls which 'are concealed Within th mattress.

Al particular object is to provide in a mattress, having a padded inner spring body, edge rolls formed from portions of the top and bottom padding/material and so connected tothe spring body and boxing that separation of the rolls from the 19 padding is effectively guarded against.I

Another object is to provide a mattress having edge rolls which are formed and attached to the boxing by stitches entirely concealed within the mattress.

1;, A further object is to provide a novel method of forming a mattress whereby economies in the manufacturing operation and in the use of fabrics are eiected and internal edge rolls are so formed as to leave the boxing and top and bottom.tick

ing smooth and without indentations.

The invention will be best understood by reference to the accompanying drawings in which,

, Figure 1 is a fragmentary, vertical section through the spring body and inner lining fabric 2;, and layers of padding and illustrating my preferred methodof forming the edge rolls;

Fig. 2 is a similar section with the boxing applied to the filling body;

Fig. 3 is a plan view, partially broken away,

showing a part of the filling and corner roll before the application of the boxing, and

Fig. 4 is a part vertical section and part elevation illustrating the completed mattress;

A spring body of common or suitable type constitutes the principal filling for the mattress. As

' illustrated, this body comprises a multiplicity of upholstery springs 5 connected together at the margins of the mattress by helical springs 6 and Within the body by helical springs 1 (Figs. 1 and 4,0y 3) extending parallel to each other. Upon the top and bottom surfaces of the spring body are laid lining sheets IlA of suitable fabric. Ihese sheets have a greater superficial area than the spring body so that the marginal portions of '45 each sheet are adapted to be utilized in forming edge rolls 9 extending around the mattress for squaring the top and bottom corners. Layers' of padding I0 are placed onthe outer surfaces of the sheets 8 respectively and are made to project 50 at the edges sufficiently to afford the stuffing for the corner rolls 9. The projecting edge portions of the padding I0 are then compressed and confined by rolling over the edges of the sheets 8 and by applying ties II extending through said lin- 55' ing sheets and padding I0 and engaging the marquired for the edge rolls.

ginal springs. 5 and 6. n this manner the rolls 9 are made integral with the padding I0 and sheets 8 and in the same operation the rolls are secured in proper position for direct support 'from the marginal springs 5. 5

'Ihe resulting structure is ready for the application ofthe boxing, as illustrated in Fig. 2. The boxing comprises an outer ticking strip y I2, an inner fabric strip I3 and suitable quilting formed by stuffing material I4 and parallel rows 10 of stitches I5 extending horizontally around the mattress. To attach the boxing to the previously formed structure, rows of stitches I6 are applied to connect the upper and lower edges of the strip I3 to the upper and lower edge rolls 9 l5 respectively. It will be understood that the outer strip I2 is separable from the upper and lower l margins of the strip I3 to allow access to the outer surface of the latter for the sewing of' the stitches I6. 20 To complete the mattress, asv shown in Fig. 4,

additional layers of padding II are applied to the outer surfaces of the padding I0 and then the top and bottom ticking or cover sheets I8 are applied and their edges secured to the upper'25 and lower edges of the strip I2 by forming the usual or suitable seams I 9 while the outer boxing strip is placed under tension in its straight vertical position.

Among the advantages secured by my invenv30 tion,the following will nowbe understood. 'Ihe corner rolls are formed from integral portions of the top and bottom lining fabrics and padding material and such sheets and padding are'essential irrespective of whether the edge rolls are '35 provided. In other words, there are no extra. strips, sheets or separate bodies of filling re- The edge rolls are so confined directly between the supporting springs and corners of the mattress that unusually square 4 0 corners result and separation of the rolls fromA the top and bottom padding is rendered unlikely because of the unitary form of rolls and padding. All stitches forming the corner rolls and connect ing the same to the boxing and springare concealed within the mattress and the outer surfaces of the boxing and corner portions of the top 'and bottom are unusually straight and free from indentations.

Having described my invention, what I claim as new and desire to protect by Letters Patent 1s:

1. A mattress having in combination; abody of upholstery springs resiliently joined togetherl and having at its upper and lower margins flexible tie members extending longitudinally of the vmargins and constituting the sole connection' between springs around the' edges of said body, a pair of lining sheets respectively overlying the top and underlying the bottom of said body and each of said lining sheets having aps adapted to project outward from said tie members, layers of loose, felt-like padding adjacent to said lining sheets, said flaps being folded upon the margins of said padding, ties passing through said flaps at a multiplicity of spaced points upon the outer margins of said layers of padding and engaging said longitudinally extending tie members and forming edge rolls from compressed integral edge portions of said padding material, a quilted boxing having inner and outer fabric strips with padding between them, means connecting the upper and lower edges respectively of the inner strip of said boxing to said edge rolls and top and bottom cover sheets having their edges secured Y' to the 'upper and lower edges respectively of said outer boxing strip. l

2. A mattress having in combination, a body of upholstery springs resiliently joined together and having at its upper and lower margins iiexible tie members extending longitudinally of the margins and constituting the sole connection between.springs around the edges of said body, a pair of lining sheets respective/ly overlying the top and underlying the bottom f said body and each of said lining sheets having flaps adapted to project outward from said tie members, layers of loose, felt-like padding overlying the top and underlying the bottom vsurfaces, respectively of Y said lining sheets, said ilaps being folded upon the marginal portions of said padding, ties securlng said flaps at a multiplicity of spaced points upon the outer. margins of said layers of padding,

said ties passing through said flaps and margins and engaging said longitudinally extending tie members and forming edge rolls from compressed integral edge portions of said padding material, a

quilted boxing having inner and outer fabric strips 5 with padding between them, means connecting the upper and lower edges respectively of the inner lof said boxing strips only to said edge rolls and top and bottom cover sheets having their edges secured to they upper and lower edges respectively of said outer boxing strip.

3. A mattress having in combination, a body of upholstery springs resiliently joinedtogether andhaving at its upper and lower margins exible, helical springs extending longitudinally of 16 the margins, a pair of lining sheets overlying the top and underlying the bottom of said body directly and each having flaps adapted to project outward from said helical springs, layers of loose padding overlying the top and underlying the 20 bottom respectively of said lining.sheets, said y naps being folded to embrace the margins of said padding, ties securing said aps upon the outer margins ofl said layers of padding and engaging said helical springs and forming edge rollsfrom 25.

compressed edge portions of said padding material directly above and below said helical springs, a quilted boxing having inner and outer fabric strips with padding between them, means conf necting the upper and lower edges respectively of said inner strip of said boxing to said edge rolls, said inner fabric boxing strips being secured to said outerboxing strips along lines extending parallel and adjacent to said helical springs and top and bottom cover sheets having their edges secured to theupper and lower edges respectively of said outer boxing strip.

\ EDWARD L. BRONSTIEN.

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US2800170A (en) * 1953-09-08 1957-07-23 Flex O Lators Edge roll for cushion spring assemblies
US6154908A (en) * 1998-09-15 2000-12-05 L&P Property Management Company Bedding or seating product with edge support

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US2800170A (en) * 1953-09-08 1957-07-23 Flex O Lators Edge roll for cushion spring assemblies
US6154908A (en) * 1998-09-15 2000-12-05 L&P Property Management Company Bedding or seating product with edge support
US6158071A (en) * 1998-09-15 2000-12-12 L&P Property Management Company Bedding or seating product with edge support
US6202238B1 (en) 1998-09-15 2001-03-20 L&P Property Management Company Bedding or seating product with edge support

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