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Title:
SPRING BED OF LUMBAR SUPPORT
Document Type and Number:
WIPO Patent Application WO/2019/240694
Kind Code:
A1
Abstract:
The invention relates to a spring bed (A) supporting lumbar (lower back) curve (D), which provides a continuous contact on the lumbar region by preventing the lumbar curvature (hollowed space) which occurs due to the cavitation caused by the pressure on the user's buttock part on the bed. The spring bed comprises lower springs (2) arranged side by side so as to take the shape of the lumbar curve (D) on the spring bed (A) and upper springs (3) arranged side by side which take place on the lower springs (2).

Inventors:
KILIC ERSEN (TR)
Application Number:
TR2018/050631
Publication Date:
December 19, 2019
Filing Date:
October 29, 2018
Export Citation:
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Assignee:
ISKECELI CELIK YAY TEL YAN URUNLERI SANAYI VE TICARET LTD SIRKETI (TR)
International Classes:
A47C23/00; A47C23/043; A47C27/00; A47C27/07; A47C27/15
Domestic Patent References:
WO2016148661A12016-09-22
Foreign References:
KR20160107928A2016-09-19
EP1527715A12005-05-04
JP2000023792A2000-01-25
US1741847A1929-12-31
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
TECHMARK PATENT ANONIM SIRKETI (TR)
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Claims:
CLAIMS

1. A spring bed (A) supporting lumbar curve, which provides a continuous contact on the lumbar region by preventing the lumbar curvature which occurs due to the cavitation caused by the pressure on the user's buttock part on the bed, characterized in that it comprises

a standard spring (1) with a height used in standard beds,

lower springs (2) arranged side by side so as to take the shape of the lumbar curve as much as the space forming the lumbar curve (D) on the spring bed

(A),

- upper springs (3) arranged side by side which take place on the lower springs

(2) forming the lumbar curve (D) on the spring bed (A), equate the height of the lower springs (2) to the height of the standard spring (1), which is the standard production heigh of the spring bed (A).

2. The spring bed (A) according to claim 1, characterized in that it comprises lower springs (2) located in the part corresponding to the lumbar curve (D) and upper springs (3) sticked on the lower springs (2).

3. The spring bed (A) according to claim 1, characterized in that it comprises standard springs (1) located in the parts corresponding to the pillow (B), shoulder (C), upper hip (E), lower hip (F), leg and foot (G).

4. The spring bed (A) according to claim 1, characterized in that said lower spring (2) is preferably at the height of 140 mm.

5. The spring bed (A) according to claim 1, characterized in that said upper spring (3) is preferably at the height of 125 mm.

Description:
SPRING BED OF LUMBAR SUPPORT

Technical Field of the Invention

The invention relates to a spring bed supporting lumbar (lower back) curve, which provides a continuous contact on the lumbar region by preventing the lumbar curvature (hollowed space) which occurs due to the cavitation caused by the pressure on the user's buttock part on the bed.

State of the Art

Sleep, an imperative for the people to live in terms of mental and physical health, involves about one third of the people's life on average. It is not possible to live without sleep, as it is accepted as the recovery process of the body.

For this reason, sleep should be provided at the necessary level every night for certain periods. A sleep lack of complete resting causes inconveniences such as fatigue, lack of concentration, stress, loss of labor. It is indispensable in today's technology to use beds in which the desired comfort is provided for the physical and mental rest of the human body. Therefore, since it is wished to provide the desired ergonomy and to offer a peaceful, comfortable and restful sleeping for the users, various types of spring groups are being developed. The spring systems produced in the state of the art are single row spring systems which are not very effective in filling the lumbar region curve. In the single-row spring systems, the depression created by the pressure on the bed at the hip part creates a gap between the bed and the lumbar region. Therefore, the gap formed in the lumbar region damages the spine, the health is thus threatened due to the lumbar pain, and the quality of the life is negatively affected by uncomfortable bed.

The patent document TR-2006/00468 having the title of "a spring bed the part contacting on the user's spinal zone of which is reinforced" can be indicated in the known state of the art as an example of systems developed to avoid the said problems. In the abstract of the said patent document, it is stated that "the present invention relates to the spring beds providing ergonomy, comfort and high sleep quality by reducing the effect on the spinal zone by distributing the point reaction force of the load on the springs in the part corresponding to the spinal zone in the spring beds made of various springs."

In the above mentioned invention, a rectangular wire frame is placed in the spinal zone of the spring beds made from any spring carcass, and a balanced distribution of the load on the bed is provided to increase the sleep quality.

As a result, the existence of the above problems and the inadequacy of existing solutions made it necessary to develop a technical improvement for the prevention of lumbar curvature in the beds.

Objective of the Invention

Moving forward from the state of the art, the main objective of the invention is to obtain a new spring bed, in which the disadvantages of the state of the art are eliminated.

Another main objective of the invention is that the springs corresponding to the lumbar curve in the spring bed are in two rows and at different heights.

Another main objective of the invention is to provide a continuous contact on the lumbar region in the part of the spring bed that takes the shape of the lumbar curve even there is little pressure on the springs.

Another main objective of the invention is that the spring bed allows the whole body to touch the bed at the pressure ratio in addition to filling the lumbar curve.

Short Description of the Drawings

The presently disclosed embodiments are merely intended to provide a further understanding of the present invention and are not intended to define the intended scope of protection or the context of such scope of protection in a manner that can be understood without regard to the detailed description of the invention.

Figure 1 is the illustration of the springs' array of the spring bed. Figure 2 is the illustration of springs' array of the bed and the sections of the bed.

References

No Part

1 Standard spring 2 Lower spring

S Upper spring

A Spring bed

B Pillow C Shoulder

D Lumbar curve

E Upper Hip

F Lower Hip

G Leg and foot Detailed Description of the Invention

The spring bed (A) supporting lumbar curve, which provides a continuous contact on the lumbar region by preventing the lumbar curvature which occurs due to the cavitation caused by the pressure on the user's buttock part on the bed, which comprises: a standard spring (1) with a height used in standard beds,

- lower springs (2) which are preferably of 140 mm height and arranged side by side so as to take the shape of the lumbar curve as much as the space forming the lumbar curve (D) on the spring bearing (A), upper springs (3) arranged side by side which take place on the lower springs (2) forming the lumbar curve (D) on the spring bed (A), equate the height of the lower springs (2) to the height of the standard spring (1), which is the standard production heigh of the spring bed (A), and have preferably a height of 125 mm.

As seen in Figure 1, in respect of the spring array of the spring bed (A), the standard springs of the same height as the height used in the standard beds are used in the sections corresponding to the parts of pillow (B), shoulder (C), upper hip (E), lower hip (F), leg and foot (G).

In the section corresponding to the lumbar curve (D) part, the lower springs (2), preferably at a height of 140 mm, are arranged side by side so as to take the shape of the lumbar curve as much as the distance forming the lumbar curve. Upper springs (3), which equate the height of the lower springs (2) to the standard production height of the bed, namely the height of the standard spring (1), and preferably of a height of 125 mm, are placed on the lower springs (2). The lower springs (2) and the upper springs (3) are fixed together by being sticked to each other.

The lower springs (2) and the upper springs (3) have different features compared to the standard springs (1).

When one lies on the spring bed (A), the lower springs (2) and the upper springs (3) corresponding to the lumbar curve (D) fill the lumbar curve and consequently the contact on the lumbar region is never interrupted in the section of the lumbar curve (D), which takes the shape of the lumbar curve, even in the cases of little pressures on the lower springs (2) and upper springs (3), and thus a continuous touch is provided on the lumbar region.

In this way, a gap between one's lumbar region and the spring bed (A) is removed and it is thereby provided a feeling of less discomfort during the sleep and an uninterrupted sleeping pleasure by allowing that the every part of the body touches on the bed in pressure ratio.