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GoTo Foam 3" Height x 32" Width x 85" Length 44ILD (Firm) Uphols

$69

GoTo Foam 3" Height x 32" Width x 85" Length 44ILD (Firm) Uphols

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Product Description

Specifications

Color White
Density 1.8
ILD / Compression Rating 44
Country of Origin United States

ILD / Compression Rating Explanation

This product has a compression rating of 44 lbs.

Compression means the number of pounds necessary to compress the piece of foam by 1 inch in a 7x7 inch area.

For example, if you put 44 lbs in a 7x7 inch area, the foam will compress 1 inch.

180 Lbs 160 Lbs 140 Lbs 120 Lbs 100 Lbs
Sitting Indent / Give Approximately 2.25 Inches Approximately 2.0 Inches Approximately 1.75 Inches Approximately 1.5 Inches Approximately 1 Inches
Laying Down Indent / Give Approximately 1.25 Inches Approximately 1.1 Inches Approximately 0.9 Inches Approximately 0.7 Inches Approximately 0.5 Inches

Density Explanation

Many mistakenly take high density foams as firmer foams but that is not the case. A foam that is 44 ILD in a medium and high density will feel the same.

Density is the lifespan of the foam, the higher the density the more material is used to make the foam hence making it last longer.

****Disclaimers****

Many advertise their 1.8 density foam as high density which is false advertisement. When looking at foam products you should look at the ILD / Compression Rating ( Firmness and Softness ) of the foam and Density ( Lifespan / Durability ) of the foam.

Sunlight will turn this unit from white to yellow, if you do not want a color change on your unit we suggest keeping it away from direct sunlight.

GoTo Foam 3" Height x 32" Width x 85" Length 44ILD (Firm) Uphols

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