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The Quality Seal

When you are ready to choose a new mattress, one that will be there for you during countless hours of sleep and that has a significant influence on your sense of health and wellbeing, you are faced with two questions:

  1. how can I be certain I’m buying a quality product that is reliable and will last a long time?
  2. which mattress best meets my needs?

There is a quick and easy way to answer the first question:

Check the mattress to see if it has the quality seal shown here.

 
bollino Consorzio Italiano Materassi di Qualità

 

Now we’ll find answers to the second question.

How to recognize it

The Quality Seal is printed on a cloth label sewn into the mattress and is identified by a serial number to facilitate tracking by the Consortium.


Why does this matter to the consumer?
It is a very meaningful symbol of reliability; indeed, it states that the mattress was designed through in-depth studies of applied ergonomics and manufactured in compliance with Italian and international standards, using healthful, safe, suitable materials. For details about this, click here.

Why do only the best mattresses have it?

The engineering and manufacturing processes are subject to strict checks for compliance and tests for performance and durability: this is the only way you can be certain the mattress will retain its characteristics intact for its entire life cycle.
Furthermore, if it bears the Consortium label, you know it is a product made by Italian firms, in Italy, that are known in the marketplace for their high quality standards, distinct innovative abilities and commitment to comply with regulatory standards and shared norms.

Why indicate something the others don’t have?

In addition to compliance with all the current Italian and European technical standards, the mattresses bearing the Quality Seal have passed all the qualitative standards set by the Consortium’s own Regulations, which are stricter, more stringent and more extensive.
One example? Let’s look at the durability test set out in the UNI EN 1957:2001 standard. The Consortium has made this test more difficult and selective by requiring completion of 45,000 cycles rather than 30,000 – that’s 50% more than outlined in the standard.

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