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Beech Sprung Bed Slats

We can supply 8mm, 10mm and 12mm Sprung Slats - Any Length and Any Width

Our Beech Sprung Bed Slats are ideal for manufacturing new bed frames or replacing existing broken Slats. Beech is undisputedly the preferred Material in the industry and cannot be compared to Birch or Poplar. 

Beech Sprung Bed Slats are usually 8mm thick as standard in the bed industry. We also offer 10mm Medium Duty Beech Sprung Bed Slats and 12mm Heavy Duty Beech Sprung Bed Slats. We are able to Chamfer the ends of the slats down from 10mm to 8mm or 12mm to 8mm; so they fit into your existing Plastic Sprung Bed Slat Holders. 
 
Sprung bed slats come in various widths; the most common used are 25mm, 34mm, 38mm 50mm, 53mm, 55mm, 58mm 60mm, 63mm, 68mm, 70mm and 100mm wide. If you are unable to find the size you are looking for, we offer a customisation service where we can manufacture the ideal size you require… 
 
When replacing beech sprung bed slats, there is no standard Lengths. They vary in Length depending on the design of the bed frame; if the mattress is sitting within the bed frame they tend to be longer and if the bed frame is the same size as the mattress they will tend to be shorter. That is Why we offer a FREE CUTTING Service on the Length of the Sprung Bed Slat.

Frequently Asked Questions 

What thickness of Sprung Bed Slats do I require?

For most beds in the UK 8mm Sprung Slats should be sufficient. 8mm BEECH sprung bed slats are manufactured up to 1050mm in the bed industry. If you require them longer, you will need to go for either 10mm or 12mm sprung slats.

My Sprung slats are 9mm, do you stock these?

If your sprung slats are either 9mm or 10mm, rather than 8mm. They are likely to be made from an inferior timber such as Birch or Poplar. You can generally see from the appearance (very light in colour) and light weight. As the timber is weaker, they will manufacture them thicker to compensate.

I would recommend replacing these with 8mm slats if needed. If you purchase 10mm slats please ensure they will fit into your bed slat holders

I currently have 8mm slats, should I upgrade to heavy duty 10mm or 12mm sprung slats?

There is no harm in upgrading to thicker slats, they are more robust. Just ensure they will fitting into your existing bed slat holders. We can always machine the ends down from 10mm to 8mm or 12mm to 8mm; so they fit into your existing holders.

The longer the slats, the weaker it will be. If you have a larger bed, it may be worth upgrading. It is definitely worth upgrading to stronger heavy duty bed slats, if the gap in-between your slats is 60mm or over.

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