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Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Uratex Plant Tour Part 1

A comfortable mattress is what comes to mind when we hear or read the word- Uratex. And indeed, that what it is. But during our Media Tour to Uratex's plant in Alabang, we've discovered that there's so much more than meets the eye.



These gigantic tanks held the ingredients in to make the comfiest Uratex mattress (and pillow). They are kept in these tanks because the ingredients needed to be in a controlled temperature in order for it to produce the best level of comfort.




Years ago, the Uratex plant uses this machine which was considered state-of-art back then. It produces about a hundred foams.


This pipe is akin to the veins that gives nourishment before the "birthing" of a new foam.


Here's the new blocks of "foam" being delivered to the "Slicing" Station.


Merry-go-round. The blocks of foam had some enjoyable time here before being sliced.



Thin slices of foam! And look, that is a nice sun-shiny yellow one.


Here's another machine that massages the foam. ;)


Some of the finish product ready for labeling and then shipment.



Related links -

Uratex Plant Tour Part 2

Team Kramer X Uratex Bed

The Kensington Collection by Uratex



3 comments:

  1. Wow, thanks for the Uratex tour via your blog. I've heard so many good things about this brand. I'm aware that it's really quality. Our goal is to save up for Uratex mattresses to replace the current ones we have when they're ready to replace already.

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  2. yup uratex is for heavy duty use, i bought mine and has been using it for 7yrs now.... still ok!

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  3. It's always interesting to learn how products are made. It must have been fun to attend the actual tour! :)

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