We love seeing what the mattress industry can do to help our country in a crisis and Brooklyn Bedding is leading the way. They just announced that they’ve adapted their proprietary mattress technology, designed for the transportation industry, to meet the immediate needs of the healthcare industry.
How? The company has developed a line of hospital beds that are comfortable, affordable and 100% waterproof. The beds are being made at their Arizona manufacturing facility, located in the city of Phoenix.
We love to see company’s respond to try to help during a difficult time in our country’s history and like to support businesses who do good. Brooklyn Bedding is celebrating their 25th anniversary right now (and offering 25% off all products on their website).
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Brooklyn Bedding Waterproof Hospital Mattress
Here are the specs of the mattress, which are only available to for the healthcare industry:
- Proprietary vinyl cover with creased corner seals to resist liquid permeability
- Dual comfort and support foam layers, including a Tri-Zone convoluted core
- CertiPUR-US certified foams for patient health and safety
- California Prop 60 compliant materials
- Standard as well as non-standard sizes to accommodate all types of bed frames
- On-demand production to alleviate excess inventory
- Roll pack processing that allows for bed-in-a-box delivery direct to your facility
For mattress specs and more, go to BrooklynBedding.com/
Previously the company put out a call to see how they can help the government respond to the pandemic.
“We produce mattresses for the largest dot.coms in the nation as well as our own retail channels,” said John Merwin, Owner and Chief Executive Officer at Brooklyn Bedding. “We find ourselves in a unique position to help Americans, to provide viable solutions, at this very critical time in our history. As 25-year veterans in the mattress and sleep accessories industry, we know how to build things and we understand logistics. We doubled our production capacity last year. All we need is the government’s attention to get started.”