WO2007059751A1 - Mattress set or mattress, cover for a mattress, and method for producing a mattress - Google Patents

Mattress set or mattress, cover for a mattress, and method for producing a mattress Download PDF

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WO2007059751A1
WO2007059751A1 PCT/DE2006/002069 DE2006002069W WO2007059751A1 WO 2007059751 A1 WO2007059751 A1 WO 2007059751A1 DE 2006002069 W DE2006002069 W DE 2006002069W WO 2007059751 A1 WO2007059751 A1 WO 2007059751A1
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47CCHAIRS; SOFAS; BEDS
    • A47C21/00Attachments for beds, e.g. sheet holders, bed-cover holders; Ventilating, cooling or heating means in connection with bedsteads or mattresses
    • A47C21/02Holders for loose bed elements, e.g. sheet holders; bed cover holders
    • A47C21/026Pillow holders; Mattress holders
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47CCHAIRS; SOFAS; BEDS
    • A47C27/00Spring, stuffed or fluid mattresses or cushions specially adapted for chairs, beds or sofas
    • A47C27/001Spring, stuffed or fluid mattresses or cushions specially adapted for chairs, beds or sofas with several cushions, mattresses or the like, to be put together in one cover
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47CCHAIRS; SOFAS; BEDS
    • A47C31/00Details or accessories for chairs, beds, or the like, not provided for in other groups of this subclass, e.g. upholstery fasteners, mattress protectors, stretching devices for mattress nets
    • A47C31/10Loose or removable furniture covers
    • A47C31/105Loose or removable furniture covers for mattresses

Abstract

The aim of the invention is to improve mattress sets and mattresses. To this end, the invention relates to a mattress set (1) and a mattress comprising a core (2) and coarse padding (3, 4), characterised in that they comprise at least one frame provided with more than one frame element.

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 Mattress kit or mattress, cover for a mattress and method of making a mattress

[Ol] The invention relates to a mattress kit or a mattress with a mattress core and a coarse pad. Furthermore, the invention relates to a cover for a mattress for receiving a mattress core and / or a coarse pad and a corresponding mattress kit with a mattress core and a coarse pad. The invention also relates to a method for producing a mattress with a cover and with more than one mattress core, in which the mattress cores are placed in the outer cover.

[02] Mattresses are known from the prior art in many forms. Most of the mattresses have a mattress core, such as a spring core, a pocket spring core or a foamed foam. The mattress core is usually surrounded by a coarse cushion in the area of its actual lying surfaces. The coarse cushion is made for example of a foam or animal hair. This coarse cushion has, inter alia, the task of increasing the comfort of the mattress, since the coarse cushion forms a protective layer to the mattress core. The cover can also be quilted with a fine pad to further increase the comfort.

[03] The mattress core and the rough pad are glued together according to the prior art and thus connected together to form a permanent unit. This unit of mattress core and coarse cushion, which is permanently bonded together, is additionally covered by a cover, wherein the cover completely surrounds the glued unit of mattress core and coarse cushion. The cover is closed completely and permanently, for example, by sewing a corresponding seam.

As an outer layer, the mattress usually still has an outer cover, which is often washable and can be opened to remove, for example, with a zipper.

[05] Pre-made mattresses are available in different sizes, but due to their size

/ Size just awkward to transport. Often a buyer wants to save the cost of a delivery or not accept longer delivery times. Therefore, the mattresses are usually transported by the buyers in their own car immediately after purchase. The transport proves this because of the large volume of the mattress often complicated and complicated. [06] In addition to this commonly used type of mattress, other mattresses are known which have additional components, such as an insert frame. For example, from WO 2005/002400 Al a mattress is known which has a frame in which elastic modules can be inserted. The elastic modules are covered with separation-damping covers, so that the elastic modules are surrounded on one side by the frame and on the other hand by the separation-damping covers. The separation-damping covers are permanently connected to the frame after inserting the modules. All components are surrounded by a shell, so that the individual components are held together and remain. The case is permanently closed.

[07] This mattress construction makes it possible to individually set a mattress to the needs of a user, in which, for example, differently hard modules can be combined with one another as far as possible during manufacture of the mattress and inserted once into the frame.

[08] Furthermore, from the utility model DE 295 09 874 Ul a mattress is known, the mattress core is formed in three parts. The mattress core is here divided into a headboard, a middle section and a footboard. All mattress core parts are enclosed by a one-piece enveloping body. The enveloping body presses the three mattress core parts against each other. In addition, the enveloping body on its two largest flat sides depending on a heavily padded cover plate. The mattress core parts are accessible from a side bottom, which is incorporated in the enveloping body, and can be replaced as needed. The upholstery is permanently incorporated in the cover plates.

[09] The mattress shown in US Pat. No. 5,960,496 comprises a circumferential frame having a bottom portion fixed thereto and a hinged upholstered lid portion. When the lid area is opened, one or more mattress cores can be inserted into the frame of the mattress. These mattress cores are fixed within the mattress by means of the closed lid area and held in position. The mattress shown here allows mattress cores to be put together individually and replaced if necessary, whereas the lid area is permanently padded. In one embodiment, the frame described consists of a right longitudinal frame, a left longitudinal frame, a head frame and a Fußzarge. The right longitudinal frame and the left longitudinal frame are connected to each other by means of a cloth. In the same way, the head frame and the foot frame are connected to each other via a cloth. Properly grooved together, the individual frames form a frame enclosing the mattress cores. The mattresses described are composable due to their construction. Despite the multi-part construction of the mattresses described, these, even disassembled into their individual components, still build quite bulky.

[H] It is an object of the present invention to further develop such mattresses so that, in particular, their transport is further simplified.

The object of the invention is achieved on the one hand by a mattress kit or by a mattress with a mattress core and a coarse cushion, wherein the mattress assembly or the mattress is characterized by at least one frame with more than one Zargenelement.

[0002] The term "coarse cushion" in the present case describes a component of a mattress construction kit or a mattress which is intended to form a large-area and stable support surface a user of the mattress that it can easily come to rest on the mattress, without the risk that components of the mattress core be felt disadvantageous by the user.The coarse cushion forms, apart from an outer cover of the mattress, in this case usually an outer Limitation of the mattress The materials used for the mattress are particularly suitable foams, such as a cold-pressed foam, but also other materials which have sufficient intrinsic stability, such as felt or horsehair mats, can be used in this case for producing the coarse cushion.

In the present case, however, the coarse cushion is preferably made of a foam.

Advantageously, a frame of the mattress kit or the mattress is formed by individual frame elements in several parts. This reduces the component size of a frame, in particular with regard to a mattress assembly that is as compact as possible, since it is composed of more than one frame element or can be assembled.

[16] Preferably, the present frames include outer frames, such as longitudinal frames and / or transverse frames. In particular, with regard to existing longitudinal frames, which extend correspondingly along the longitudinal direction of a mattress, it is advantageous if these consist of more than one Zargenelement. This advantage is particularly evident when one assumes that a normal sized mattress has a length of at least 2 m. If the longitudinal frame of such a mattress consists, for example, of only two longitudinal frame elements, the pack size of a mattress construction kit is already reduced by half. It is also advantageous if the frames comprise outer frames, such as longitudinal frames and / or transverse frames, since a solid and stable frame of a mattress can also be realized by means of such outer frames.

[18] It goes without saying that the frames available can be assembled from almost any number of frame elements. In practice, however, it is already sufficient if a frame, in particular a longitudinal frame, comprises two frame elements.

[19] It is advantageous if a frame element, in particular a longitudinal frame element, has a length of less than 2000 mm, preferably a length of 1200 mm or less. Already by a length of a Zargenelementes below 2000 mm, a pack size with respect to the present mattress kit is advantageously reduced. It may be advantageous if a first Zargenelement a frame is designed to be longer than a second Zargenelement the same frame. This makes it possible to place the joint between the two Zargenelementen example, in a foot region of a mattress, in which act due to the lower body mass of a user who act in the foot on a mattress, lower forces on a longitudinal frame. As a result, a contact point between two frame elements is less heavily loaded in such a region.

[20] In practice, it has been found that it is advantageous if a frame element, in particular a longitudinal frame element, has a length of 1000 mm,

A particularly preferred embodiment provides that the mattress assembly or the mattress has frames which can be fastened or attached to the coarse cushion by means of non-destructively releasable connection means.

[22] Such trouble-free releasable connection means between frames and coarse cushion simplify the one hand, the work in assembling the mattress assembly to a mattress, as accidentally wrong or improperly mounted connection means can be solved without destroying again, without damaging the individual component components. On the other hand, such non-destructively releasable connecting means are advantageous if an already assembled mattress, for example, for a move, to be dismantled and disassembled into individual parts. It should be emphasized that the latter benefit does not necessarily have to be given. In particular, the non-destructively releasable connection means can age with time such that they are no longer non-destructive solvable. Accordingly, this is already spoken of non-destructively releasable connection means, if they are non-destructively solvable only after 24 h. In order to avoid that the non-destructive releasable connection means during use of a mattress are felt by a user, it is advantageous if the non-destructive releasable connection means between Längszargen and / or Querzargen and the coarse cushion objects from the nearest Grobpolsterrand remotely on the coarse cushion are arranged. In this way, it is ensured that the non-destructive releasable connection means, which are usually somewhat stiffer than the frames or the other components of the mattress, impair the haptic comfort. A user feels, even if he accesses a transition between frames and coarse cushion, only Zargenmaterial and not hardening by the non-destructive releasable fasteners.

[24] In this connection, it is accordingly advantageous if non-destructively releasable connecting means are arranged on at least one frame or on at least one frame element spaced from at least one frame or frame edge on the respective frame, it being understood that this Criterion not at each Zargenrand or at each Zargenelementrand but in particular on the outer edges or on edges that are easily accessible from the outside, brings corresponding benefits.

A preferred embodiment variant provides that the distance between the non-destructive releasable connection means and the edge is more than 5 mm, preferably more than 10 mm or more than 20 mm. In this way it can be ensured that the feel of the mattress is not adversely affected by the non-destructively releasable connection means, with the overall structure of the mattress, in particular by the reference even with such large edges sufficient Stabili- tat the mattress can be ensured.

[26] A particularly cost-effective provision of such non-destructively releasable connection means is ensured if the non-destructively releasable connection means comprise non-destructively detachable double-sided adhesive strips. Such adhesive strips can be applied in a particularly simple manner, in particular also by laymen, and if necessary also be loosened again, displaced and newly applied.

[27] Since the features with respect to the non-destructively releasable connection means advantageously develop a mattress without the other features of the invention, all the features mentioned in connection with non-destructively releasable connection means without the other features are advantageous. The same applies to the use of adhesive strips, whether or not they can be detached non-destructively, and by the above-described edges between the outer surface of the mattress and any connecting means, whether or not they can be detached non-destructively. [28] Furthermore, it is advantageous if the described longitudinal frames and the described transverse frames are arranged laterally next to the mattress core. Here, the longitudinal and transverse frames preferably form a peripheral border or a frame around the mattress core, so that it is fixed in the mattress. This applies especially to multi-part mattress cores.

[29] In this context, it is advantageous if one of the transverse frames forms a head frame or a foot frame accordingly.

[30] In order to protect the coarse cushion against negative effects of the mattress core and thus prevent increased and too rapid wear of the coarse cushion, it is advantageous if one or more cushion support are arranged between the mattress core and the coarse cushion. By means of such padding support, the mattress also experiences a further increase in stability.

[31] In order that the cushion support is well fixed within the mattress and thus the risk is reduced that the cushion support slips inside the mattress, it is advantageous if the cushion support is attached to the coarse cushion by means of non-destructive releasable connection means. In principle, the same considerations apply to these non-destructively releasable connection means, that is to say advantageous configurations, as for the connection means which connect the frames.

The coarse cushion is particularly well protected against negative effects of the mattress core, if the cushion support is made of a stronger material than the coarse cushion. This may in particular be a felt or horsehair mat, especially if the coarse cushion is made of foam. Likewise, a stronger foam can be used as a cushion carrier.

[33] A first positioning of the cushion support preferably already when the cushion support is also surrounded by frames. If the use of a cushion support provided in a mattress, it is advantageous if the mattress core is attached to the cushion support by means of non-destructively releasable connection means.

It is understood that the mattress core can not be fastened directly to the coarse cushion, when seen between the mattress core and the coarse cushion a cushion support. However, the mattress core can be attached indirectly to the coarse cushion, if appropriate connecting means are provided between the mattress core and the cushioning and between the cushion support and the coarse cushion. [35] Many materials are known in the art for providing a mattress core. A particularly preferred embodiment variant, for example, mattress core with spring cores.

[36] In a further embodiment, the mattress core can be enclosed by a shell. Such a shell can additionally stabilize a mattress core.

An embodiment whose features are also advantageous independently of the other features of the present invention comprises a mattress core in a mattress core chamber of the mattress, wherein the coarse cushion is disposed in a permanently accessible coarse cushion chamber of the mattress and the mattress core chamber and the permanently accessible coarse cushion chamber from each other are separated.

[38] In the sense of the present invention, the term "permanently accessible" describes always non-destructive accessibility of the individual chambers In contrast to known mattresses, in which the coarse cushion chamber is always sewn up, the present coarse cushion chamber is always accessible without any area the existing coarse cushion chamber must be destroyed.

Advantageously, in this case the coarse cushion and the mattress core are in particular not firmly bonded to each other by an adhesive, but the mattress core and the coarse cushion are presently arranged in chambers provided for this purpose and in this way releasably fixed to one another. As a result, on the one hand slipping can be successfully avoided. On the other hand, the coarse cushion can easily be cleaned separately or possibly also replaced with a suitable design. Also can be dispensed with the costly gluing process and the mattress can be structurally simply built together by a user after the purchase. In a suitable embodiment, in the present case, the coarse padding of the mattress by means of the coarse cushion in particular also subsequently feasible.

[40] A variant provides that the mattress core chamber is permanently accessible. If the mattress core chamber is permanently accessible as well, it can also be closed and opened as often as you like, nondestructively.

[41] Advantageously, by the present simply chosen structure, the assembly of the mattress in a structurally very simple way even by a layman, for example, at home, made. [42] If the present mattress can be purchased as a mattress kit in individual parts, advantageously, on the one hand, the items can be handled and transported much easier. On the other hand, a buyer can put together a mattress specifically to his needs on the spot. This is not the case with conventional mattresses, as special wishes regarding the mattress construction in the present scope can not be made and realized directly on site for direct entrainment.

[43] A particularly preferred embodiment provides that the mattress assembly or the mattress comprises a cover which has the mattress core chamber and the coarse cushion chamber. The cover is particularly well suited to provide different mattress core and coarse cushion chambers, which are also readily positioned to each other in a suitable manner.

[44] In this connection, the object of the invention is also achieved by a cover for a mattress for accommodating a mattress core and / or a coarse pad, the cover having more than one chamber. By means of a cover provided with a plurality of chambers, one or more mattress cores and / or one or more coarse cushions can be fixed to one another without a material connection without any difficulty.

[45] A preferred variant of a cover provides that at least one chamber is permanently accessible. As already explained above, the permanent accessibility of a chamber guarantees non-destructive access to a chamber in order to ensure, for example, a non-destructive replacement of a mattress core or a coarse cushion with respect to a closure.

[46] Since the mattress core is often the largest component of the mattress, it is advantageous if the cover has more than one mattress core chamber. Because of this, it is possible to design the mattress core in several parts, whereby the mattress core as a whole no longer fails as a large unit.

[47] In this context, it is correspondingly advantageous if the mattress kit or mattress has more than one mattress core. Many smaller mattress cores can replace a single large mattress core. Advantageously, smaller mattress cores are easier to transport than a single large mattress core.

[48] Since a mattress core is usually surrounded by two coarse cushions, it is advantageous if the cover has more than one coarse cushion chamber. In particular, then a mattress can be turned as needed without further ado. If more than one mattress core should be present in a mattress kit or be installed on a mattress, it is advantageous if the mattress has inside transverse frames, which are arranged between two mattress cores. Individual mattress cores can advantageously be supported on the inner transverse frames and are thus additionally secured against slipping within the mattress or within the outer frames of the mattress.

[50] A variant in this regard provides that extend into the inner cross-ribs from a first longitudinal frame to another longitudinal frame.

[5I] In order to stabilize the inner transverse frames within the mattress, it is advantageous if the inner transverse frames by means of a trouble-free releasable connection means on at least one Polsterträ- ger, a longitudinal frame and / or on a coarse cushion or on another assembly are attached.

[52] It is understood that such inner transverse frames are also advantageous independently of the other features of the present invention for stabilizing a mattress core having a plurality of mattress cores. In particular, with a suitable embodiment, a fixation of the individual mattress cores, which are stabilized by such inner cross-ribs, can be dispensed with.

[53] In order to keep a mattress core or a coarse cushion as stationary as possible in the mattress even without a cohesive connection, it is advantageous if a mattress chamber and / or a coarse cushion chamber has a closure means. Such closure means are present means for permanent opening and closing of chambers and can be realized in many forms. For example, buttons, zippers or hook-and-loop fasteners are used for this purpose. This is structurally easy to ensure that a non-destructive access to the chambers of the mattress is realized. In addition, present chambers can be reliably closed by means of such positive locking means even at high mattress loads.

[54] Alternatively, it is advantageous if the means have a tension lock. In this case, a permanent access during insertion and after the introduction of a mattress core or a coarse cushion is stretched so that it closes at least so that the mattress core and / or the coarse cushion unintentionally can not get out of the chamber.

In order to protect the cover of the mattress from contamination, it is advantageous if present mattress still has an outer cover, the chamber is preferably closed with a closure means. [56] The transport of the present mattress is substantially facilitated if the mattress or parts thereof, in particular the mattress core and the coarse poster, have a packaging state in which their respective volume is reduced compared to a relaxed state or state of use. For example, the mattress core and / or the coarse cushion are pulled together in a vacuum welding process during packaging in such a way that the volume of the respective component is reduced.

On the other hand, the object is achieved by a mattress or by a mattress attachment with a mattress core, a coarse cushion and a cover, in which the mattress core and the coarse cushion can be connected or connected via non-destructively releasable connection means.

In contrast to a mere juxtaposition of coarse cushion and mattress core, which are then for example surrounded by a cover together and thus pressed against each other, can be ensured by the non-destructive releasable connection means that in particular the coarse cushion, which is usually relatively thin, Does not slip or wrinkles, even if the mattress, for example, during cleaning or turning is subject to heavy loads. Nonetheless, even laypersons can put together the mattress, since any assembly errors can be easily corrected, which is not possible with a permanent connection. Likewise, cleaning remains readily possible.

As nondestructive releasable connection means, for example, a cover with buttons, with a zipper or with a Velcro fastener or a releasable contact adhesive, a Velcro connection between mattress core and coarse cushion or between mattress core and coarse pad effective push buttons can be used.

In particular, a reference with two chambers, a mattress core chamber and a coarse cushion chamber, is particularly suitable because a non-destructive detachable connection can be readily provided by a permanent access to at least one of these chambers and the cover sufficiently secures the coarse cushion against slipping.

[6I] It is understood that - as is well known in the art - the chambers of the cover are preferably formed sufficiently close to each arranged in the chambers assemblies such as the coarse cushion or mattress cores that slipping these assemblies under Betriebsbedingen or under conditions of use is not possible.

[62] The object of the invention is further characterized by a method for producing a mattress with a cover and with more than one mattress core, in which the mattress cores are inserted into the mattress core Reference be made, solved in which glued on a coarse cushion of the mattress along the edges of the coarse pad double-sided adhesive tape strips and glued to the adhered to the coarse cushion double-sided adhesive strip Längszargen and Querzargen.

[63] By adopting such a procedure mattresses can be easily manufactured even by lay people at home for their own use.

The glued longitudinal and transverse frames form an edged area in which a cushion support can be inserted easily and aptly positioned.

[65] Subsequently, the mattress cores are preferably inserted in the area bordered by the frames.

[66] A variant of the method provides that double-sided adhesive tape strips are adhered to the mattress cores, to which subsequently a cushion support or a coarse cushion can be glued.

In addition, it is advantageous if further double-sided adhesive strips are glued to the frames, to which another coarse pad can be glued.

[68] In particular for the do-it-yourself sector, it is advantageous if the adhesive bonds of the double-sided adhesive strips are or can be released again in a non-destructive manner for correction or removal of the mattress.

[69] Further advantages, objects and features of the present invention will be described with reference to the following explanation of the attached drawing, in which a mattress in the form of a mattress kit is shown by way of example.

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Figure 1 shows schematically a longitudinal sectional side view of a mattress with a

Cover, which has both permanently accessible coarse cushion chambers and a permanently accessible mattress core chamber,

FIG. 2 schematically shows a top view of the mattress from FIG. 1 with a coarse cushion partially pulled out of a coarse cushion chamber, FIG. 3 schematically shows a longitudinally sectioned side view of another mattress with a cover, which has two permanently accessible coarse cushion chambers and three permanently accessible mattress core chambers,

FIG. 4 schematically shows a perspective view of another mattress with an unfolded outer cover,

FIGS. 5 to 17 schematically show a method sequence for assembling the mattress from FIG. 4,

FIG. 18 schematically shows a perspective view of the assembled mattress from FIGS. 4 to 17,

FIGS. 19 to 33 schematically show a method sequence for assembling an alternatively designed mattress and

Figure 34 schematically shows a view of individual components of a mattress kit.

The mattress 1 shown in FIGS. 1 and 2 consists essentially of a mattress core 2, a first coarse pad 3, a second coarse pad 4 and a cover 5.

[71] The cover 5 has a mattress core chamber 6 for receiving the mattress core 2. For receiving the coarse pads 3 and 4, the cover 5 moreover has a first coarse cushion chamber 7 and a second coarse cushion chamber 8. By means of the cover 5, all chambers 6, 7 and 8 are interconnected.

[72] In this embodiment, all existing chambers 6, 7 and 8 of the present mattress 1 are permanently accessible. This means that the existing chambers 6, 7 and 8 are not permanently closed. Rather, the chambers 6, 7 and 8 are always accessible, if necessary.

[73] For this purpose, the first coarse cushion chamber 7 on a head side 9 of the mattress 1 on a zipper 10, the upper part 11 and lower part 12 can be brought apart with the zipper open 10 so that the first Grobpolsterkammer 7 is freely accessible. It is understood that for the coarse cushion chamber 7 instead of the zipper 10 or in addition thereto, a zipper can be provided on a longitudinal side. [74] The second coarse cushion chamber 8 also has a zipper 13 on the head side 9 of the mattress 1. This is the second Grobpolsterkammer 8 permanently accessible. It is also conceivable in an alternative embodiment that instead of the zipper 13 - or in addition thereto - a zipper on one longitudinal side of the second Grobpolsterkammer 8 may be provided.

[75] On the side 9 of the mattress 1, a further zipper 14 is arranged, by means of which a permanent accessibility of the mattress core chamber 6 is ensured.

[76] In one embodiment, the mattress 1 may additionally have an outer cover (not shown here for the sake of clarity), which completely surrounds the cover 5 with all other components. In this embodiment, the cover 5 would be an inner cover of the mattress 1. This outer cover can preferably be completely removed from the cover 5, so that a cleaning of the outer cover is easily possible.

In a possible modification, the mattress 101 shown in FIG. 3 is equipped with a first mattress core chamber 106, a first coarse cushion chamber 107 and a second coarse cushion chamber 108 and additionally with a second mattress core chamber 120 and a third mattress core chamber 121.

The first coarse cushion chamber 107 has a zipper 110 on a head side 109 of the mattress 101 and the second coarse cushion chamber 108 has a zipper 113 on this head side 109. Thus, the permanent accessibility of the two Grobpolsterkammern 107 and 108 is ensured and arranged therein coarse pads 103 and 104 are always accessible. Likewise, in an alternative embodiment, corresponding zippers may be provided cumulatively or alternatively on one longitudinal side.

A permanent accessibility of the mattress core chambers 106, 120 and 121 is realized in each case by means of a first pair of zippers 122, a second pair of zippers 123 and a third pair of zippers 124. Each zipper pair 122, 123, and 124 has a first zipper side 125 and a second zipper side 126. For the sake of clarity, the two zipper sides 125, 126 are given by way of example only on the open tab 127 of the opened zipper pair 122. The opened zipper pair 122 reveals the view of a first mattress core 102 arranged in the first mattress chamber 106.

In the other two mattress core chambers 120 and 121, a mattress core 128 is in each case arranged in a relationship 129. [8I] Chambers 106, 107, 108, 120, and 121 are provided by means of a reference 105 and thus are inseparably connected to each other.

[82] As can be seen immediately, the covers 5 and 105 form non-destructively detachable connection means, via which the coarse cushions 3, 4 and 103, 104 are held non-slip with respect to the mattress cores. It is also immediately apparent that the mattresses 1, 101 can be readily provided as a kit. By compressing the mattress cores, it is possible to significantly reduce the volume of the kit before its assembly, wherein it is conceivable in a particular embodiment, the compressed mattress cores only within the chambers 6, 106, 120, 121 to relax.

The mattress 201 shown in FIG. 4 has an outer cover 230, which has an upper part 231 and a lower part 232. The upper part 231 and the lower part 232 of the outer cover 230 can be connected to each other by means of an outer reference zipper 233.

[84] In the outer cover 230, a mattress insert 234 is inserted.

The mattress insert 234 consists of individual components, of which only a first coarse pad 203, a first longitudinal frame 235, consisting of a first Längszargenelement 236 and a second Längszargenelement 237, and a head frame 238 are visibly shown in the figure.

[86] The essential process of assembling the mattress 201 from its individual components is shown in FIGS. 5 to 17.

[87] When assembling the individual components to the mattress 201, a cold foam bottom plate 239 is first spread as another coarse pad 204 in this exemplary embodiment, wherein first double-sided adhesive strips 241 are glued on a top side 240.

Subsequently, protective layers 242 (see enlarged detail 243, FIG. 6) are pulled off the double-sided adhesive strips 241 which are glued onto the first cold foam bottom plate. Then, a first cushion support 244 is placed centrally on the first cold foam base plate 239 and pressed in such a way that the first cold foam base plate 239 and the cushion support 244 form a direct adhesive connection with each other by means of the double-sided adhesive strips 241 placed therebetween. The first cushion support 244 is thus attached to the further coarse pad 204.

[89] Further double-sided adhesive strips 241 are glued to the further coarse pad 204 around the first cushion support 244 (FIG. 7). After removing protective layers (not shown here) from the double-sided adhesive strips 241, the first longitudinal frame 235 and a second longitudinal frame 246 as well as the second frame 238 and 228 are attached to the double-sided adhesive strips 241 glued around the first cushion support 244 a Fußzarge 247 glued to the first cold foam bottom plate 239 (see Figures 8 and 9). The first longitudinal frame 235 consists of a first Längszargenelement 247 and a second Längszargenelement 248, which are assembled on the head side abutting one behind the other to the first longitudinal frame 235.

The second longitudinal frame 245 consists of a third Längszargenelement 249 and a fourth Längszargenelement 250. The third Längszargenelement 249 and the fourth Längszargenelement 250 are arranged on the head side abutting the second Längszargenelement 245 one behind the other.

The first longitudinal frame 235, the second longitudinal frame 245, the head frame 238 and the foot frame 246 form in this embodiment a closed border along the edge profile of the outer edge 251 of the first cold foam bottom plate 239.

[93] The double-sided adhesive strips 241 arranged around the first cushion support 244 are attached by the outer edge 251 of the first cold foam base plate 239 spaced apart by a distance 252, so that the risk is avoided that hard or cured adhesive substances may be avoided (not explicitly mentioned here) shown), such as a portion of a double-sided adhesive strip 241, beyond the outer edge 251 addition or up to the outer edge 251 extends. This prevents a user of the mattress 201 from feeling the existing splices.

The described first longitudinal frame 235, the second longitudinal frame 245, the head frame 238 and the foot frame 246 form outer frames of the mattress 201 and in this case enclose an insertion area 253, in which further components of the mattress 201 can be inserted reliably. Such a component is for example a first mattress core 254 adjacent to the foot frame 246 in the insertion area

253 is inserted.

As can be seen from FIG. 11, in the insertion area 253 are next to the first mattress core

254, a second mattress core 255 and a third mattress core 256 inserted.

[96] The mattress cores 254, 255 and 256 used here are pocket spring mattresses with individual spring cores 257 (here only by way of example on the first mattress core 254 in FIG

FIG. 10). It is understood that other mattress cores, such as latex cores or foam cores or the like can be used here. In particular, individual Cores also have different degrees of hardness, so that a mattress can be made very individual.

In the insertion area 253 shown in FIG. 12, additional inner frames 258, 259 are alternatively provided between the mattress cores. Both the first inner frame 258 and the second inner frame 259 are arranged transversely in the insertion area 253 and extend from the first longitudinal frame 235 across the cold foam base plate 239 to the second longitudinal frame 245.

In this alternative arrangement with inner frames 258, 259, either the previously described mattress cores 254, 255, 256 can be used, but in this case they would have to be considerably compressed, or correspondingly smaller mattress cores (not shown here) are used.

[99] In the variants with the additional inner frames 258, 259, the stability of the mattress 201 is further increased. Furthermore, the mattress cores are spared far more because they do not hit each other directly.

[100] In the further course (see FIG. 13), further double-sided adhesive strips 241 are glued onto the existing three mattress cores 254, 255 and 256. In the present case, there are five double-sided adhesive strips 241 which are adhered to the mattress cores 254, 255 and 256. If the double-sided adhesive strips 241 are completely freed from their protective layers 242 (see enlarged detail 260), a second cushion support 261 is placed on the mattress cores 254, 255 and 256 and pressed on.

Subsequently, further double-sided adhesive strips 241 and, on the second cushion support 261, further double-sided adhesive strips 240 are glued onto the outer frames (see FIG. 15). Finally, a cold foam top plate 262 is pressed onto the double-sided adhesive strips 241 freed from all protective layers and thereby bonded to the already assembled components of the mattress 201. The cold foam top plate 262 in the present case forms the first coarse pad 203 of the mattress 201.

[102] The thus assembled mattress insert 234 is then inserted into the previously described outer cover 230 and the outer cover zip 233 is completely closed, so that the finished mattress 201 (see FIG. 18) is ready for use.

[103] The procedure shown in Figures 19 to 33 shows the alternative composition of another mattress on the modular principle. The following procedure is designed here: [104] Six double-sided adhesive strips 341 are stuck onto the cold foam bottom plate 339 along a cold foam bottom plate 339 spaced apart by a distance 352. If all double-sided adhesive strips 341 are adhered to the cold foam base plate 339, all double-sided adhesive strips 341 are gradually freed of remaining protective films 342, so that additional components can be glued to the double-sided adhesive strips 341. In the present case, these are longitudinal frames 335, 345, a head frame 338 and a foot frame 346.

In a so created insertion area 353 346 more double-sided adhesive strips 341 are glued across the cold foam bottom plate 339 in the footer 346.

[106] Subsequently, a first cushion support member 363 is adhered to these double-sided adhesive strips 341. In addition to this first cushion support member 363, a first inner frame 358 is glued.

[107] The adhesive connection between the first inner frame 358 and the cold foam base plate 339 is also effected via a further double-sided adhesive strip 341 (see further detail enlargement 364).

[108] After fastening the first inner frame 358, two further double-sided adhesive strips 341 are glued to the cold foam base plate 339 and a second cushion support member 365 is glued to the cold foam base plate 339 by means of these two double-sided adhesive strips 341.

If the second cushion support member 365 is glued to the cold foam bottom plate 339, next to it a second inner frame 359 is glued to the cold foam bottom plate 339. The second inner frame 359 is also provided with a double-sided adhesive strip 341 and enters into an adhesive connection with the cold foam bottom plate 339.

[110] To further complete, a third cushion support member 366 is placed between the second inner frame 359 and the head frame 338 and adhered to the cold foam bottom plate 339.

[111] A first mattress core 354, a second mattress core 355 and a third mattress core 356 are inserted into the mattress blank produced so far. On the inserted mattress cores 354, 355 and 356, a fourth cushion support member 367, a fifth cushion support member 368 and a sixth pad support member 369 are placed, whereby the mattress cores 354, 355 and 356 are covered on both sides of pad support members 363, 365, 366, 367, 368 and 369 , Both the fourth, fifth and sixth cushion support members 367, 368 and 369 as well as the outer frames become further double-sided adhesive strips Glued 341, by means of which a cold foam top plate 362 is adhered to the previously assembled components (see Figures 31 to 33).

If the cold foam top plate 362 is fastened correspondingly, an alternative mattress insert part 334 is produced, which can be inserted into a mattress outer cover (not explicitly shown here) so that a completely usable mattress is produced.

The mattress assembly 470 shown in FIG. 34 has all the components required for producing a pocket spring mattress which can be joined together without tools or liquid adhesive 471. The mattress assembly 470 comprises in this exemplary embodiment a cold foam bottom plate 439, a cold foam top plate 462, a first Längszargenelement 447 and a second Längszargenelement 448 for producing a first longitudinal frame and a third Längszargenelement 449 and a fourth Längszargenelement 450 for producing a second longitudinal frame, a Foot frame 446, a head frame 438, a first inner frame 458 and a second inner frame 459, a first mattress core 454, a second mattress core 455, a third mattress core 456 and a plurality of double-sided adhesive strips 441, a first cushion support member 463, a second cushion support member 465th , a third cushion support member 466, a fourth cushion support member 467, a fifth cushion support member 468, a sixth cushion support member 469, and a mattress outer cover 430.

Bezugziffernüste:

1 mattress 129 mattress core

2 mattress core 35 203 first coarse cushion

3 first coarse pad 204 further coarse cushion

4 second coarse pad 230 mattress outer cover

5 cover 231 upper part

6 mattress core chamber 232 lower part

7 First coarse padding chamber 40 233 External covering zip

8 second coarse padding chamber 234 mattress insert

9 Mattress head side 235 first longitudinal frame

10 zipper 236 first longitudinal frame element

11 upper part 237 second longitudinal frame element

12 lower part 45 238 head frame

13 zipper of second coarse poles239 cold foam bottom plate terkammer

240 top of the first cold foam

101 mattress base plate

103 first coarse cushion 241 double-sided adhesive strips

104 second coarse pad 50 242 protective layer

106 Mattress core chamber 243 Enlarged detail

107 first coarse cushion chamber 244 first cushion support

108 second Grobpolsterkammer 245 second longitudinal frame

109 Head side 246 Foot frame

110 zipper 55 247 first longitudinal frame element

113 zipper 248 second longitudinal frame element

120 second mattress core chamber 249 third Längszargenelement

121 third mattress core chamber 250 fourth Längszargenelement

122 first pair of zippers 251 outer edge

123 second pair of zippers 60 252 distance

124 third pair of zippers 253 insertion area

125 first zipper side 254 first mattress core

126 second zipper side 255 second mattress core

127 opened tab 256 third mattress core

128 mattress core 65 257 spring core 258 first inner frame 363 first cushion support member

259 second inner frame 362 cold foam top plate

260 more detail enlargement 30 364 further detail enlargement

261 second cushion support 365 second cushion support member

5 262 cold foam top plate 366 third cushion support part

334 alternative mattress insert 367 fourth cushion support part

335 first longitudinal frame 368 fifth cushion support member

336 first Längszargenelement 35 369 sixth cushion support member

337 second longitudinal frame element 430 mattress outer cover

10 338 head frame 438 head frame

339 Cold Foam Bottom Plate 439 Cold Foam Bottom Plate

341 double-sided adhesive strips 441 double-sided adhesive strips

342 protective foils 40 446 footrest

345 second longitudinal frame 454 first mattress core

15 346 Foot frame 455 second mattress core

347 first Längszargenelement 456 third mattress core

348 second Längszargenelement 458 first inner frame

349 third longitudinal frame element 45 459 second inner frame

350 fourth Längszargenelement 463 first cushion support member

20 351 outer edge 465 second pad support member

352 distance 466 third cushion support part #

345 first mattress core 467 fourth cushion support part

355 second mattress core 50 468 fifth cushion support part

356 third mattress core 469 sixth padding support part

25 353 Inlay 470 Mattress kit

358 first inner frame 471 tool or liquid adhesive

359 second inner frame

Claims

claims:
1. Mattress kit or mattress with a mattress core and a coarse cushion, characterized by at least one frame with more than one Zargenelement.
2. Mattress kit or mattress according to claim 1, characterized in that the frames comprise outer frames, such as longitudinal frames and / or transverse frames.
3. Mattress kit or mattress according to one of claims 1 or 2, characterized in that a frame comprises two frame elements.
4. Mattress kit or mattress according to claim 3, characterized in that a Zargenelement, in particular a Längszargenelement, a length of less than 2000 mm, preferably a length of 1200 mm or less, having.
5. Mattress kit or mattress according to claim 4, characterized in that a Zargenelement, in particular a Längszargenelement, has a length of 1000 mm.
6. mattress assembly according to one of claims 1 to 5, characterized by non-destructive releasable connection means, in particular for frames.
7. Mattress according to one of claims 1 to 5, characterized by frames, which are fastened by means of non-destructive releasable connection means to the coarse cushion or other assembly of the mattress.
8. Mattress according to claim 7, characterized in that the non-destructively releasable connection means between the longitudinal frames and / or transverse frames and the coarse cushion spaced from the nearest Grobpolsterrand away are arranged on the coarse cushion.
9. Mattress according to claim 7 or 8, characterized in that the non-destructive releasable connection means on at least one frame or at least one Zargenelement spaced from at least one Zargenbzw. Zargenelementrand, preferably spaced from at least one outer edge, are arranged on the respective frame.
10. Mattress according to claim 8 or 9, characterized in that the distance between the non-destructive releasable connection means and the edge is more than 5 mm, preferably more than 10 mm or more than 20 mm.
11. Mattress kit or mattress according to one of claims 6 to 10, characterized in that the non-destructive releasable connection means comprise double-sided adhesive strips.
12. Mattress according to one of claims 1 to 11, characterized in that the longitudinal frames and the transverse frames are arranged laterally next to the mattress core.
13. Mattress according to one of claims 1 to 12, characterized in that a transverse frame forms a head frame or a Fußzarge.
14. Mattress according to one of claims 1 to 13, characterized in that between the mattress core and the coarse cushion one or more cushion support are arranged.
15. Mattress according to claim 14, characterized in that the cushion support is attached to the coarse cushion by means of non-destructively releasable connection means.
16. Mattress according to one of claims 14 or 15, characterized in that the cushion support is made of a stronger material than the coarse cushion.
17. Mattress according to one of claims 14 to 16, characterized in that the cushion support is surrounded by frames.
18. Mattress according to one of claims 14 to 17, characterized in that the mattress core is attached by means of non-destructively releasable connection means to the cushion support.
19. Mattress kit or mattress according to one of claims 1 to 18, characterized in that the mattress core has spring cores.
20. mattress kit or mattress according to one of claims 1 to 19, characterized in that the mattress core is enclosed by a shell.
21. Mattress according to one of claims 1 to 20, characterized in that the coarse cushion is made of a foam.
22. Mattress according to one of claims 1 to 21, characterized in that the mattress core is arranged in a mattress core chamber of the mattress and the coarse cushion in a permanently accessible coarse cushion chamber of the mattress, and the mattress chamber and the coarse cushion chamber are separated from each other.
23. mattress kit or mattress according to claim 22, characterized in that the mattress core chamber (6) is permanently accessible.
24. Mattress kit or mattress according to one of claims 1 to 23, characterized by a cover (5), which has the mattress core chamber (6) and the coarse cushion chamber (7, 8).
25. Mattress kit or mattress claim 24, characterized in that the cover (5) has more than one Matatzenkernkammer (6).
26. Mattress assembly or mattress according to one of claims 24 or 25, characterized in that the cover (5) has more than one coarse cushion chamber (7, 8).
27. Mattress kit or mattress according to one of claims 1 to 26, characterized in that the mattress assembly or the mattress (101) has more than one mattress core (106, 120, 121).
28. Mattress according to one of claims 1 to 27, characterized by inner Querzargen, which are arranged between two mattress cores.
29. Mattress according to claim 28, characterized in that the inner transverse frames extend from a first longitudinal frame to a further longitudinal frame.
30. Mattress according to one of claims 28 or 29, characterized in that the InnenQuerzargen are attached by means of non-destructively releasable connection means on at least one cushion support, a longitudinal frame and / or on a coarse cushion.
31. Mattress assembly or mattress according to one of claims 1 to 30, characterized in that a mattress core chamber (6) and / or a coarse cushion chamber (7, 8) has a closure means (10, 13, 14) for permanent access.
32. Mattress kit or mattress according to one of claims 1 to 31, characterized in that the mattress has an outer cover, the chamber is preferably closable with a closure means.
33. Mattress assembly or mattress according to one of claims 1 to 32, characterized in that the mattress core (2) and the coarse cushion (3, 4) via non-destructively releasable connection means are connected or connected.
34. Mattress assembly or mattress according to claim 33, characterized in that the non-destructive releasable connection means comprise a cover.
35. Mattress assembly or mattress according to one of claims 1 to 34, characterized in that the mattress (1) or parts thereof, in particular the mattress core (2) and the coarse cushion (3, 4), have a packaging state in which their respective volume is reduced compared to a use state.
36. cover for a mattress for receiving a mattress core and / or a coarse pad, characterized in that the cover has more than one chamber.
37. A cover according to claim 36, characterized in that at least one chamber (6, 7, 8) is permanently accessible.
38. A method for producing a mattress with a cover and with more than one mattress core, in which the mattress cores are placed in the cover, characterized in that mounted on a coarse pad of the mattress along the edges of the coarse pad double-sided adhesive tape strips and attached to the coarse pad adhered double-sided tape strips longitudinal frames and transverse frames are glued.
39. Manufacturing method according to claim 38, characterized in that in a bordered by the frames Areal a cushion support is inserted.
40. Manufacturing method according to one of claims 38 or 39, characterized in that the mattress cores are inserted in an area bordered by the frames.
41. Manufacturing method according to one of claims 38 to 40, characterized in that double-sided adhesive tape strips are adhered to the mattress cores, to which subsequently a padding support or a rough pad is glued.
42. Manufacturing method according to one of claims 38 to 41, characterized in that further double-sided adhesive strips are glued to the frames, to which another coarse cushion is glued.
43. Manufacturing method according to one of claims 38 to 42, characterized in that the adhesive bonds of the double-sided adhesive strips for correcting or dismantling the mattress are non-destructively dissolved again or can be solved.
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