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Viscoelastic foams

Viscoelastic foams are also called memory foams or slow recovery foams. It is a unique material developed for bodily support during sleep. The foam actually reacts with the heat of the human body. Its effectiveness is due to its unique ability to reduce pressure, providing comfortable support, and ease pain caused by pressure points. Conventional memory foams are considered by many consumers as “too hot”. Domfoam’s open cell visco solves this problem by its unique cooling tehnology.

Viscoelastic Gel Foam

Domfoam is the only company in Canada producing viscoelastic foam enhanced with gel technology. This unique technology produces improved heat conductivity compared to regular open cell visco foam while at the same time reducing pressure points and increasing support for recessed parts of the body.

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Gelflex Plus Foam

The Phase Change material is encapsulated within the gel particles. This material is designed to absorb or give off heat to maintain a specific temperature.This is the mechanism that regulates the temperature of the sleeping surface.

The Phase Change material will cycle back and forth between heating and cooling an infinite number of times.

The Phase Change material has 10 times the heat capacity of regular foam, keeping heat away from the body.

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Hybrid Viscoelastic Foam


Domfoam is the sole producer of this product which combines the pressure relieving properties of viscoelastic foam with the excellent recovery and resilience of latex foam. Unlike traditional visco foams it does not leave deep body impressions during the recovery stage. It has exceptional durability and stability.

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