A healthy ergonomic workspace begins with the ergonomic office chair. We understand that healthy and customized back support is crucial in creating a happy and sustainable workplace. A proper ergonomic chair is a good investment on the well-being and productivity of you and your employees.
You can find a range of desk and task chairs with fully adjustable arms, backs, and seat height positions. Many models include pneumatic lifts for easy adjustment of the chair height. Backrests can be tilted to accommodate a wide array of back sizes and shapes, and, seats can be tilted, swiveled, and rocked to host any size individual.
Many models enjoy a wide height range, from 27” to 57” in range. We feature chairs with strong lumbar support, with models designed for mid-back, high-back, and low-back support. We feature a number of intensive use chairs, designed with a busy office, hospital, or other applications in mind. These models are durable, easy to maintain, and can adjust to the wide variety of traffic they will be put to use in.
You will be able to select from a huge range of colors and fabrics from all the manufacturers, allowing great deal of flexibility in matching and coordinating the look of your new ergonomic office chairs with your office or facility.
Please feel free to call on us for any and all information, guidance, or product specifications. Our representatives are well versed in our ergonomic office chair inventory and are dedicated in helping you find the right product for the right price.
The purpose of having a proper ergonomic office chair is to provide crucial back, shoulder, and leg support to the user. Awkward sitting postures are a major contributor to musculoskeletal disorders, back pain, shoulder pain, and can cause poor circulation in the legs without the proper support. Poor sitting positions also influence fatigue, poor concentration, and overall health issues, causing drops in productivity, time spent at work, and can hinder inspiration.
When evaluating an ergonomic office chair one should think of four easy tips.
- The backrest should conform to the natural curvature of the spine, providing adequate and stable support to the lumbar region.
- The height and dimensions of the seat should allow the feet to rest flat on the floor or footrest.
- The chair’s armrests should be padded, or soft, with an adjustable height to allow any user’s shoulders to be rested comfortably while in a working posture. Elbows should rest comfortably at the side of the body, and forearms and wrists should be rested parallel, with a slight tilt, to the lap.
- The ergonomic office chair should have a five-leg base with casters to allow easy movement across the floor.