Silcon City Furniture

Chair

                             Finding the right "ergonomic" chair is a common problem especially for people who want to purchase new equipment to make workstations safer and healthier places. There are many "ergonomic" chairs available but it can be a mistake to purchase one simply because it is labelled "ergonomic".

                              Ergonomic chairs are designed to suit a range of people; however, there is no guarantee that they will suit any one person in particular. For example, a chair could be too high and the arm rests too far apart for a short, slim person. In addition, chairs may not suit every task or arrangement at the workstation. A chair becomes ergonomic only when it specifically suits a worker's size (body dimensions), his or her particular workstation, and the tasks that must be performed there. It is possible to find the right chair although it is not always easy.

Several basic concepts should be considered:

  • One chair does not fit everyone. The users' body dimensions must be used when selecting a chair so that it does not strain one part of the body while fitting another.
  • Collect data about the user's body height. The optimal seat height is about one quarter of the body height. This is only a rule of thumb since the torso-to-leg ratio can vary widely.
  • There is no chair suitable for every activity. For example, dentists require a different chair than do industrial workers or computer operators.

Some features are mandatory for a good chair regardless of how you intend to use it:

  • Adjustability - Check to see that seat height is adjustable.
  • Seat height range - Check whether the seat height can be adjusted to the height recommended for the worker(s) who will use it. Other chairs may have to be selected for very short or tall workers.
  • Backrest - Check to see that the backrest is adjustable both vertically and in the frontward and backward direction and has a firm lumbar support.
  • Seat depth - Select the seats that suit the tallest and the shortest users.
  • Stability - Check for the stability of the chair; a five-point base is recommended.

All Types Of Chairs Are Available.

(Under Institutional Orders Fabric, Back Support, Arm Rest, Seating Aliment Optimization, Tilting Base,  Hydrolic Support, Castors Can Be Customized).