Dunlopillo

Dunlopillo

Dunlopillo latex provides a yielding, giving and conforming quality, so is a perfect choice for those looking for unparalleled comfort and support.

The design of the Dunlopillo latex allows for maximum breathability, essential for removing excess heat and moisture that will ensure you enjoy night after night of undisturbed sleep.

For those who struggle with allergies, natural Dunlopillo latex provides a safe option as it is naturally hypoallergenic and anti-microbial.

Dunlopillo Heritage

The Pioneering Years 1920s - 1940s

Dunlopillo early years

Led by Mr E.A. Murphy, Dunlop scientists invent Dunlopillo latex foam. Dunlopillo is the first of its kind to be used to pad seats in public trams, trains and trolleybuses. The aircraft industry welcomes latex foam to pad cockpits and seats as well.

Dunlopillo make the first latex mattresses that stay fresh and keep their shape without plumping or flipping. These prove to be a huge hit.

The Illustrious Years 1950s - 1970s

Dunlopillo latex is used to make seats for Sir Donald (Malcolm) Campbell’s record-breaking waterspeed craft, Bluebird and the UK’s Houses of Parliament.

1980s - 2000s

Dunlopillo UK Latex is proven by the Shirley Institute of Manchester to be doubly effective in killing bed bugs compared to interior spring core mattresses.

Advanced Dunlopillo technology used in hospital mattresses to offer patients pressure relief, spinal alignment and back support.

Dunlopillo Today

Dunlopillo mattress

Today, Dunlopillo are one of the best known bedding brands in the world: Dunlopillo is the authority and leading manufacturer of latex.

Dunlopillo mattresses are designed to deliver long lasting performance by utilising their natural resilience to hold their shape and remain durable for years to come. While ActiproTM technology provides natural protection against allergens, dust mites and odours.

The natural way to sleep

Latex from rubber trees

Dunlopillo use pure latex... pure and simple.

Natural latex is a wonderful material derived from the sap of rubber trees (Hevea Brasiliensis) grown in managed sustainable plantations around the world.

Every drop counts

A rubber tree only produces 27ml of latex daily. Perfecting comfort takes time... in fact it takes one tree over 500 days to create enough latex for a single mattress.

Environmentally Friendly

Latex is one of the most eco-friendly mattress fillings. Latex rubber trees purify over 90 million tons of carbon dioxide a year. All of our natural latex is sourced from sustainably managed plantations.


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