By Noa Beckwith. Office Chair. Published at Sunday, July 08th, 2018 - 03:47:51 AM.
Locate all loose or missing parts and tighten and replace as needed. How your office chair is made can also make a big difference in what you are replacing. Many office chairs are made of materials which often have screw holes that lose their shape. To help prevent this from happening again use something such as Loctite to coat the screw threads with before tightening or replacing the screw. This will improve the durability of your screw.
Many office chairs are on rollers. That provides for easy movement of the chair under the desk and allows you to move from one work station to another without ever standing up. Office chairs without rollers are called side chairs and are intended for use by visitors to your office. Comfort in your office chair is a key to a productive day. This is also true for the your employees. If they are uncomfortable in their chair, they will take more breaks and spend less time actually producing results.
Exercise Ball Seating. The basic principle behind an exercise ball chair is that it forces you to maintain good posture, therefore alleviating stress on your back, shoulder and arm muscles. Also, because you're holding proper posture and engaging your core muscles to stay erect, you actually also benefit from an all-day abdominal workout. However, sitting too long on an exercise ball can cause fatigue in your legs. And if you're a committed sloucher, you may still find ways to slouch over, therefore pulling on your lower back and causing significant muscle stress.
Select a chair designed to support your usage requirements. Some office chairs are designed for short-term, infrequent use while others are designed for daily, heavy duty use. Today’s chairs also come with a variety of mechanisms to control the comfort level of each user – height control, tension adjustment, lumbar support, tilt angle control, and several other chair controls. Listed below are some general categories for types of office chairs based on the amount of use. Refer to Types of Chairs to get a general feel for the type of use that will be required of your chair.
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