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MOTION II – Seat cushion uses high resiliency high 1.8 density polyurethane foam core providing durability, support and comfort. In the center of the foam core are small individually pocketed Marshall coil springs offering additional support and comfort. This foam core is wrapped in a generous soft layer of Dacron polyester fibers. For additional cushion crown and a soft, plush look, it is inserted into a down-proof cover that is channeled (to prevent drift) and filled with a special blown polyester fiber blend. This cushion component is inserted into a zippered leather case. This provides a comfortable, long lasting and sharp looking seat that keeps its shape for years to come.
Underneath the seat cushion is the seating support system. It starts with heat-tempered sinuous steel springs underneath the cushion, it is layered on top with seat deck padding. It is secured to the wood frame allowing for a comfortable seat plus durability. This traditional high-end construction method causes the entire spring set to work in unison for maximum comfort. This construction method allows room for the recliner mechanism to operate effectively.
Like the seat cushions, all backs are constructed according to the unique style of the piece of furniture. Some backs will require hand tied coiled springs, some use Marshall Coil spring units, these are referred to as “tight backs” as they are built into or attached to the backrest frame. Other styles will have bustle, semi- attached, or loose cushion backs. All are hand constructed by craftsmen to ensure a level of comfort that will meet or exceed the demands of our customers. Each is hand cut, filled, weighed and sewn with generous amounts of Dacron polyester fiber into channeled bags (to prevent drift), which are then inserted into zippered leather casings. All of this attention to detail results in the most comfortable and durable seat possible!
CUSHION FOAM and CHEMICALS
Recent regulatory changes in California and media attention has prompted a number of customers to inquire about the chemicals used in furniture. The primary interest revolves around flame retardant chemicals in the polyurethane foam used in furniture. Classic Leather has removed all flame retardant chemicals from their polyurethane foam as of August 2012. Chemicals that were of particular concern were TDCPP, TDCEP, TDCP, and Penta Bromine’s. These chemicals haven’t been used by Classic Leather for a number of years.
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