The strength of our sofas is guaranteed by a wooden structure designed to withstand the various stresses to which it is subjected during its working life.
The materials used are selected both during the purchasing phase and when introduced to the production cycle and are tested repeatedly in the Natuzzi laboratory to measure their performance in every climatic condition and over time.
The wood, the main material used to produce the frame, does not originate from natural virgin forests, national parks, natural reserves or from protected areas and complies with the most demanding international standards regarding the chemical substances it contains.
The frame is designed and engineered by Natuzzi technicians using sophisticated electronic techniques capable of identifying the ideal type of material for each application. All the new models are subject to further testing in the laboratory under exacting load conditions and in compliance with the major international standards before being manufactured.
High resistance belts, patented for furniture applications are mounted on the frame, these contribute to achieving the optimum comfort together with the padding.
The frame inside your sofa will always remain intact and perfect over time, provided you comply with the following recommendations:
Avoid jumping on the sofa and do not throw yourself violently onto the sofa. (Fig. 1)
Do not sit on the arms and/or the back. (Fig. 1)
Do not drag the sofa over rough surfaces (carpets, wall-to-wall carpeting, etc.) and if the sofa has to be moved, it must be lifted and not pushed, even when on smooth surfaces. (Fig. 1)
The stitching is less likely to break if the guidelines above are followed. (Fig. 1)