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Bultex mattress & bed products meet OEKO-TEX Standard 100
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Oct '14
Textile products of one of Europe's leading manufacturers of mattresses and bed accessories - The French Cofel Group, which retails its products under the brand ‘Bultex’, meet the human-ecological requirements of the OEKO-TEX Standard 100.

An important mark of quality for Bultex is the guarantee that the products do not pose a risk to health. In this regard, the company places great emphasis on the independent product certification of all its textile articles in accordance with the OEKO-TEX Standard 100 to give customers, the required safety guarantee.

Furthermore, Cofel Group goes one step further and reinforces the aim of achieving the best possible result with regard to sustainable production conditions. The basis for this is modern high-performance machines which, on the one hand, guarantee high productivity and, on the other hand, also save energy.

Marketing Director at Cofel - Jean-Philippe Boucard explains, "95% of our generated waste is sorted and, wherever possible, reused. With regard to health and safety, as a result of our targeted prevention of potential dangers, we have seen a 60% reduction in accidents since 2011.”

“We can put this pleasing result down to efficient risk assessment, which includes the development of internal processes through troubleshooting, training and employee awareness," he adds.

The Bultex brand was created in 1984 with the creation of a new product; an unique polyurethane foam, which heralded a new age for mattresses with outstanding results in the areas of comfort and climate control.

A patented manufacturing process bundles together millions of cells in a particularly breathable, humidity-regulating cell structure, which is like the structure of a natural sponge.

All Bultex products are characterised by the innovative mattress surfaces which adjust to the body. In conjunction with skin-friendly climate fibres, which quickly draw away any moisture from the body, these mattresses provide a particularly pleasant feeling of comfort.

"Our product lines Bultex nano and Bultex Sport offer comfort right down the line, because no-one sleeps in the same way, the revolutionary material Bultex nano is available in different qualities, thicknesses and firmness grades for more comfort, well-being and a healthy night's sleep,” says Jean-Philippe.

The outstanding features of Bultex are elasticity, durability and flexibility, which ensures that optimum ergonomic support, can always be achieved. In addition, as a result of maximum air permeability and optimum moisture management, Bultex also offers outstanding hygiene conditions and is hypo-allergenic."

"Sleeping comfort hinges on the choice of mattress as well as individual preferences with regard to firmness and mattress size, design, material, heat and moisture regulation, stability of shape, hygiene and safety with regard to possible pollution by harmful chemicals,” Jean-Philippe informs. (AR)

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