Natural Latex Mattresses
Latex Mattress Supreme Medium
Best suited for lighter to medium weights in a range of densities tailored to your requirements.
$945.00 – $1,895.00
Latex Mattress Luxury Medium
Suited for the widest range of people with the most density adjustment and tailored options.
$1,185.00 – $2,250.00
Latex Mattress Plush Medium
Best suited for medium to heavier weights or if you prefer a Plush look and feel.
$1,420.00 – $2,610.00
This test evaluates the durability and the resilience characteristics of natural latex. Our 100% Natural Latex scores 99/100 points.
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This test which is conducted in ABC labs, USA, evaluates the antibacterial efficacy of natural latex.
Conducted by the Twin City Corporation, USA, this test evaluates the body interface pressure for latex products.
Latex Mattress Range
Dawn Latex Mattresses are a leading Australian latex mattress specialist in Adelaide. We send our Latex Mattresses Australia wide freight free to most major cities and towns, including, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, Hobart, Canberra and Darwin, direct to you at the best factory prices.
Dawn Latex feature only the highest quality 100% natural latex. We have the largest range of latex mattresses in Australia complete with 7 zones and our unique multi density latex core adjustment feature. Our latex mattresses all feature the highest possible point score for natural latex and go through independent rigorous testing by the ECO and LGA institutes of Germany. All of our natural Latex mattresses come with fully removable cleanable covers including some designs that can be easily washed at home. Dawn Latex Beds covers are made from a heavy duty 100% cotton fabric, with 100% natural Tencel quilting to keep you comfortable and cool. We also supply organic cotton covers which have the GOTS ( Global Organic Textile Standard ) certificate . For your peace of mind, all of our Latex Mattresses in Adelaide come with a full 20-year warranty. Do you want to know what Mattress is perfect for you? You can complete our free online consultation or give us a call at any time for friendly advice and service.The LGA is an independent institute that undertakes testing of the resilience and durability of latex mattresses. All reputable manufacturers and retailers should happily provide you the results of these tests. If not, you should question the quality of the latex. The LGA’s rigorous testing features a 60,000 roller stroke test, simulating 10 years of normal use. A score out of 100 indicates the results of this test. Dawn Latex Mattresses score 100 on this test, for a 85 kg/m3 sample which is the highest point score possible for any natural latex. Its important to know the density of the sample, the higher the density the more durable, but there is no value in having a high point score result on a density that is so hard that you cant sleep on it! Some other manufacturers do just that, so make sure you qualify the density of the sample tested. A good density range for sleeping and therefore testing is about 75-85 kg/m3. When our recommendations and instructions are followed, our mattresses are guaranteed to not compress, lose their resilience or sag for 20 years.
For more detailed information, Download LGA test results.ECO is an independent institute that conducts testing on the kinds of materials that mattress cores are made from, reporting any harmful toxic content. All of our latex mattresses are made from 100% Natural Latex Polymers which constitute 97% of the total ingredients, the highest amount possible without compromising quality. There is 3% zinc oxide, commonly know as Ash which is the major converting agent used to transform the liquid latex polymer into Natural Latex foam.
For more detailed information on our ECO test results, Download ECO test results.
What is Latex?
Latex is a mixture of organic compounds commonly extracted from rubber tree plants. It can be defined as the dispersion of natural polymer micro particles that are submerged in an aqueous medium (a liquid). So what does all that mean? Basically, it is a type of rubber particle placed in water. Natural latex is best described as a milky fluid which is extracted from the Rubber Trees, mainly those found in tropical climates and regions. It is also commonly known as the fluid substance that comes from plants, however it is somewhat different to sap.
Natural latex has many benefits, including being biodegradable and highly resistant to bacteria, mildew and even mould. During the extraction of natural latex, no trees are harmed, which makes it a great Eco resource. The harvest is sent off to large rubber factories that engage in the creation of latex products, such as latex mattresses.
Synthetic latex, on the other hand, is man made, and includes materials such as styrene-butadiene rubber, acrylonitrile butadiene rubber, acrylic polymers and polyvinyl acetate. It can also include petrol chemicals that outgas and may cause a somewhat unpleasant smell. Due to this, some people might prefer natural latex. Low levels of synthetic latex can be found in multiple plants and foods.
Combined or blended latex is a mixture of natural and synthetic latex, often branded as natural latex, which can be misleading and the down side is that it can have premature collapsing and chemical off gassing problems.
How is Latex made?
So how is natural latex produced?
There are actually two different processes that can be used to create and produce latex materials and latex mattresses. These processes are known as the Talalay process and the Dunlop process.
The Talalay process mixes the tree sap, or rubber polymer, with Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and places the combined mixture into a mould that is then frozen. It is thereafter vulcanized and stabilized with the use of the open steam system. At this stage the latex is removed, washed, and dried out.
On the other hand, the Dunlop process works to develop latex in a similar manner, however the initial mixture is not frozen, but rather heated in an oven. This process, allows the latex to remain 100% natural with no compromise to the integrity of the natural latex. Generally this process will produce higher quality and more durable latex.