Jones Nonwovens

Furniture Products

Fire Barriers

The single source FR barrier solution for the Mattress and Furniture Industries

Thermally Bonded Non-woven (T-Bond) Fire Barriers

Areas of use: borders, panels, upholstery

Construction: Engineered non-woven construction for maximum thickness and comfort retention; clean white color for use below ticking. Products can be multi-layered or homogeneous, depending on the customer’s needs for pure-white tops or unique blends of different types of fibers


Inner Spring: Surrounds the perimeter of the inner spring and gussets, sewn into the taped edge with FR thread joining it to Jones T-Bond FR Quilt Panel Barrier Foundation or Box Spring: Surrounds the perimeter of the frame in continental wrap overlapping the top with 3 inches of material

Function: Creates fire barrier on sides of the mattress box springs or foundations to prevent breaching of mattress

FR Testing: When used properly in conjunction with other FR components, our products have been proven to produce mattresses that consistently pass the Federal 16CFR1633 tests for flammability.

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Foam Replacement

T-Bond Foam Replacements: pads, quilting, upholstery

Thermally Bonded products manufactured to replace virtually any foam application in the mattress, furniture, acoustical and appliance industries.

T-Bond products are available in both FR and non-FR designs to provide a proven safe, durable and breathable alternative for a fraction of the cost of foam products.

Jones uses bio-sustainable materials to develop and enhance our products’ technology so that they will offer environmentally stable alternatives to petro-chemically derived foams. Our technology is sustainable by nature.

Contact us to learn more about replacements for your current foam applications.

Cotton Batting

Cotton batting is the simplest form of textile padding for the mattress and furniture markets. Jones uses its ability to card (a textile process that cleans and aligns fibers) lower grade cotton fiber into unbonded batting. This batting allows the manufacturer to use as much or as little padding as needed, as well as the ability to “feather” the padding into seamless junctions with the piece of furniture.