Pocketed Spring-Cushion Interior 17.5x 22x3inch d(44.5x56cm) ... Be the first to review “Pocketed Spring Interior” Cancel reply. 4 illustrates an alternative embodiment of the present invention in which a row of individual coil springs rather than a continuous band of coil springs is located within each block 18 of the mattress 10a. Tapestry is now back in stoc, Hope your all keeping safe & well Please note, #mentalhealthawareness #mentalhealthmatters #impor, New product @martinsuph Product information of Pocketed coil for sofa set and cushions. This is how to make the ultimate cushion for comfort and long life. 6A and 6C, the rows are all similarly oriented as they would naturally be when formed on a commercial conventional spring coiler or spring manufacturing machine. 1; FIG. 1. One kind of band, a so called continuous band of springs is disclosed in U.S. Pat. 6A-E or alternatively may be individual coil springs 20 as illustrated in FIG. 5 and disclosed, for example, in U.S. Pat. 6E accordion style about the lines of attachment in the manner illustrated in FIG. 4 illustrates one coil spring 20a within each pocket 68, but alternatively a pocket 68 may contain more than one coil spring 20a. Available in the following sizes: 17.5″ x 20″ x 4″ [7 x 8 spring] 19.5″ x 19.5″ x 4″ [8 x 8 springs] 17.5″ x 17.5″ x 4″ [7 x 7 springs] 22″ long x 4″ [8 springs per strip] The first row 78a of coil springs 20 may either be a band of coil springs 22 made of one continuous piece of wire as illustrated in FIGS. inserting a second row of coil springs between said sheets such that the first end turns of said second row of coil springs abuts said first line of attachment, attaching said sheets together along a second transversely extending line of attachment adjacent the second end turns of said second row of coil springs in the other of said planes; and. In the disclosed assembly of pocketed springs, adjacent strips of the pocketed springs are joined together by connecting the pocket material of adjacent strips together between two consecutive springs of the two strips. 2, every other row 19 of coil springs 20 are oriented such that the interconnecting segments 56 between adjacent end turns 40 of adjacent coil springs 20 are located on opposite sides of the rows of the assembly. & Terms of Use. 1 is a perspective view of the pocketed coil spring assembly of the present invention; FIG. The resulting pattern, as earlier noted, automatically places each spring in one row as a result of being an integral part of a strip of springs, and, at the same time, in a perpendicularly transverse row as a result of the connections between successive strips of the assembly. 2,805,429, issued in 1957 to the assignee of this application on the application of Edward E. Woller. Pocketed Spring Units. Each interconnecting segment 56 comprises a longitudinally extending bridging portion 62 of the band of springs which extends lengthwise of the row and a pair of endmost portions 64 which extend transversely from opposite ends of the bridging portion (see FIG. Assemblies or "constructions" of such springs are made by winding or folding or otherwise laying up a strip or strips of springs into an assembly, usually, but not necessarily, of overall rectangular shape, with successive rows of springs in a touching relationship in which the springs may be staggered, i.e., with each spring nested in the depression formed between two springs of the adjacent strip row, or in square array in which each spring is disposed simultaneously in two rows, e.g., one longitudinal and one transverse, which are perpendicular to each other. The individual pocketed coil springs or rows of coil springs are then secured together with either adhesive applied to the exterior of the pocketed material or fasteners which pass through the fabric and the end turns of adjacent coil springs.