Media, Pennsylvania -- US flexible foamer FXI, formerly known as Foamex, is introducing several new products at the International Sleep Products Association (ISPA) Conference in Charlotte, North Carolina, held from 3-6 March 2010.
"Our company has embraced a new energy and outlook for the future, and we're excited to be sharing that with customers and our visitors at ISPA," said Alvaro Vaselli, senior vice president of Foam Products Business Management for FXI. New FXI products on show will include:
• FXI Aerus: A new family of memory foams that uses FXI's patent-pending open-cell technology for cooler and more comfortable surfaces. It has now expanded into more grades for customised comfort and durability;
• FXI Activus: Reformulated to offer high resiliency and shape comforming comfort; and
• FXI Altus: This, the company claims, is the lightest and softest polyurethane foam available and is used as a layer of quilting foam for enhanced luxury, softness and comfort.
In addition, FXI will exhibit the following concept mattresses as recommended constructions to its bedding customers:
• FXI Conserva: virtually entirely recycled;
• FXI Visco: showcasing 12 different memory foams, each of a different weight, feel and recovery characteristics;
• FXI Bed in a Box: designed for shipping, distribution and storage efficiency.
FXI will also exhibit a convertible double-crib mattress called Adaptwo, which was the winning entry from a design competition for students from Philadelphia University's School of Engineering & Textiles. (RD)