How To Choose Your Chair

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The seat is an essential part of the work space. It must meet both aesthetic and comfort requirements. It must enable the user to move and adapt to all work situations, without any constraints and, at the same time, it must guarantee very good back support. Every range of chair is available in several models to satisfy users’ needs while ensuring a certain harmony in the work space

It is important to know the different adjustment possibilities to adapt the chair to your t..

Advice on Ergonomics

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The right choice for a chair must take into account the following elements:
Your physical characteristics such as weight and height
Your type of job ( repetitive movements, period of sitting…)
Your work environment (fitted carpet or ground, desk’s height…)
The colours used (soft and soothing or on the contrary tonic and stimulating) and your taste in terms of design and finish
The other furniture of your Company must be taken into account for ..

The Various Mechanisms

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3 standard adjustments

  • Seat height adjustment by means of hydraulic lift
  • Back depth adjustment
  • Back height adjustment

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Back angle adjustment, the seat stays fixed. The back is lockable in any position. This mechanism tension can be fixed or adjustable according to the user’s weight (we recommend it).

Synchronised mechanism
This mechanism allows a co-ordinated m..

Office Ergonomics Tips

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  1. Follow these 10 office ergonomics tips to help you avoid fatigue:
    Make sure that the weight of your arms is supported at all times. If your arms are not supported, the muscles of your neck and shoulders will be crying by the end of the day.
  2. Watch your head position, and try to keep the weight of your head directly above its base of support (neck). Don’t “crane” your head and neck forward.
  3. Don’t be a slouch! Slouching puts more pressure ..