Mattress Compression and Rolling works by using a heavy compressor to force as much air as possible out of a mattress. The mattress can be made much thinner by doing this.
Once the mattress compression has finished, it is immediately fed through a series of rollers. Because the mattress is now much thinner (due to the lack of air), it’s much easier to roll.
The process is somewhat similar to the way in which a blow-up camping mattress is put away after use. Of course, our machinery is much more effective at removing air from the mattress and tightly rolling it. Because foam fills with air very quickly, it would be near enough impossible to manually compress and roll a mattress.
Our mattresses pass through a series of long metal rollers and are then automatically packaged into a plastic wrap. This plastic wrap is airtight and doesn’t allow air to travel back into the mattress until the seal is broken.