Is Box stitching the same as baffle box?
The Baffle-Box down comforter utilizes the same basic concept as the box-stitched comforter; the down is constrained or contained in a small square compartment.
What is baffle boxed?
Baffle Boxes are concrete or fiberglass structures containing a series of sediment settling chambers separated by baffles. The primary function of baffle boxes is to remove sediment, suspended particles, and associated pollutants from storm water.
What is baffle box vs sewn through?
A sewn-through style (sometimes called “quilted style”) will lay flatter and is often used for lower weights due to less area within the sections. The Baffle Box style will look loftier and often feel a little more substantial. It can hold all fill powers, but is generally used for mid-range to high fill powers.
Where are baffle boxes located?
Baffle boxes are infrastructure components typically found near the end of the stormwater management system, positioned at outfalls or in types of stormwater management infrastructure. Baffle boxes attach to stormwater outfalls and contain a series of sediment settling chambers separated by baffles.
What is baffle in construction?
A sound baffle is a construction or device that reduces the strength (level) of airborne sound. Sound baffles are ideal for mitigating noise pollution and reverberating sound.
What is end to end box stitching?
End-to-End Box Stitching: A popular traditional style, perpendicular end-to-end box stitching forms rows of uniform boxes – an attractive design that prevents down from shifting. This form of construction is commonly used on comforters with lower fill weights.
What is eurobox comforter?
The sewn through, 15-inch Eurobox construction provides shift-free warmth and comfort. With this Eurobox construction, there are small pockets of down, as opposed to one large comforter full of down; this helps to keep the down evenly distributed and to eliminate cold spots.
How do you wash an LL Bean down comforter?
If you need to wash your comforter, we recommend using a large, front-loading commercial washer. Tumble dry on low heat, along with a clean tennis ball or two to help keep the down from clumping.