Transverse sleep mechanism
A transverse sleeper is a sofa bed that, after folding out, produces a bed where the sofa width becomes the bed length. In other words: people lie along the wall. The advantage of this system is that when one person has to sleep on it, the sofa does not have to be folded out completely. Removing the cushions is then often sufficient.
The cross sleepers are often supplied with a cold foam, innerspring or pocket spring mattress with a solid underspring. A large number of cross sleepers have a spacious storage compartment. Due to its simplicity, the system has a long life, depending on the chosen fabric quality and the degree of use.
Mattress options: Cold foam, Inner spring and Pocket spring.
Suspension: slatted base