Foam Rails For Sleep Number® Beds - Repair Bed Sagging

Foam Rails For Sleep Number® Beds - Repair Bed Sagging

Support Foam Rails

AIRPRO Replacement Support Foam Rails for Sleep Number® Beds to repair bed Sagging by restoring support back to the air chambers inside the mattress.

AIRPRO Replacement Foam Support Rails provide this support with high density foam that are nylon reinforced to lock your dual air chambers together. This will prevent the air chamebrs from sliding apart and causing gaps to form in the middle of your dual adjustable air bed while providing needed support to the sides of your Sleep Number® Bed.

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6" Foam Support Rails

The superior design of our Nylon Reinforced Perimeter Foam Support Rails creates a Nylon wrap that goes around the left foam border wall and underneith the air chambers then wraps around the right foam border walls to connect the left side to the right. By Locking the Air Chambers together we prevent bed sagging and bowing out of the sides which causes gaps to form between the air chambers.

This process is also done to connect the head foam support rail to the foot foam support rail. By criss crossing these over each other we create a nice section for the air chambers to respond to your body and not the bowing out from the foam support rails. 



8" Foam Support Rails 

AIRPRO 8" Replacement Foam Support Rails can be added to any soft side air bed with 8 inch side walls.

If you are replacing foam support rails that are eight inches high, you will also have a 2 inch base foam under the air chambers. This lower section of base foam is there to keep you from bottoming out into the plastic foundations. 

If you need to replace 8 inch high foam support rails to repair your Adjustable Air Bed because yours are bowing out or breaking down, try adding ours to your bed.

They offer a Nylon Reinforced support section for the air chambers to be placed into. Preventing sliding apart which is how gaps form.


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