Every day, we spend hours sitting at our desks or at our workstations. The way you sit affects your work and how long you are able to work. When choosing a chair it is important you take into account the time you spend in your chair at any given time and on average how long. These factors will allow you to work out how durable (light, medium or heavy duty) your chair must be. Also it is important to consider comfort, adjustability and appearance.
Operator seating is designed for intense VDU and keyboard use or where other single function work is carried out for long periods. They tend to come as high or medium back providing support to the whole back and shoulders. Our range encompasses a robust and sturdy range of operator seating suitable for use in severe and contract working conditions. Optional arms are available
Typist chairs are similar to operator chairs in their use. They are mostly designed to accommodate someone sitting at a desk for intensive VDU and Keyboard use. However the typist chair tends to have a Low Back providing support to the mid to lower back and therefore can only recline slightly. They mainly adjust up and down for a higher or lower back support.
24 Hour Seating
Seating that is in constant use for long periods by one or more user. 24hr Operator chairs have a stronger build than normal contract office chairs and are usually more generously upholstered for increased user comfort.
High Back Chair
Seating that is in constant use for intensive work done whilst seated. In addition, high back chairs extend the full length of the back up to the shoulders and can include support for the head and neck.
Ergonomic chairs provide long-lasting comfort and support and are designed to maximise efficiency and quality of work. They are adjustable and are ideal for preventing back pain and promoting good posture.
Manager/Executive seating is more generously proportioned than operator or task seating and is usually more deeply upholstered. It is appropriate where users tasks are more varied and do not involve intense repeated activity such as constant keyboard use.