The Most Common Questions about Office and Executive Chairs
What is key issue to consider when searching for a new office or executive chair?
Since sitting incorrectly for a long period of time can have a negative effect on your health, the seat, the backrest and the armrests should be individually adjustable for each office chair. Make sure that you sit on an ergonomic chair at the workplace.
Which office chairs are available for physically disabled people?
The specialist retailer offers you a comprehensive range of orthopedic office chairs, which not only include chairs for disabled people, but for a wide range of people with specific needs. Depending on the nature of the impairment, such chairs fulfill different functions, such as an electrically controlled adaptation and standing up aid.
What are the important requirements for office chairs?
Please note the following:
- Tilt and stability and at least five rollers
- Stabilizers (eg roller brakes) against uncontrolled rolling away
- The backrest and seat should be padded and breathable
- Gentle cushioning
- Adjustment of the seat at a height of at least 42 to 50 centimeters
- Height-adjustable pads for the arms to relieve the neck and shoulder
- Synchronous mechanism for a coupled adjustment of inclination, seat and backrest
How do I set up office chairs correctly?
Always start with the adjustment of the seat. First place yourself in an upright position and with vertical shoulders. Do not make any other movements. Then, adjust the seat height, seat inclination, seat depth, armrests, backrest and the supports for the neck and head according to your proportions.
How are executive chairs properly maintained?
Care tips are given in the manufacturer's instructions and for the material concerned. Plastic parts can be lightened with a simple spray oil and with a cloth. With chrome-plated elements, you can either use special sprays or a tried and tested household remedy like cinder, lemon or vaseline. Components made of stainless steel are cleaned, in addition to their own care products for stainless steel, with sodium, vinegar, alcohol or baking powder.