Office Chairs

OFFICE CHAIRS

The importance of a good office chair should not be underestimated - millions of us spend on average 6–10 hours a day sat on an office chair.

A good chair will provide the correct lumbar and pelvic support which results in your back muscles being less stressed, and more productive you.

Our Best Seller

MESH CHAIR

 

  • Brown net back chair
  • Colour: Brown
  • Dimensions: 600mm Wide x Seat Depth 490mm x adjustable height
  • Features: Folding Arms, Adjustable Head Rest

 

MESH CHAIR

 

  • Breathable Mesh Back
  • Air Flow Mesh Seat
  • Tilt Mechanism lockable in the upright position
  • Folding Arms
  • Heavy duty gas lift (110 kilos)
  • Foam and Fabric conform to BS5852 UK FR

OPERATOR CHAIR

 

  • Twin Lever High Back
  • Colour: Black or Blue
  • Fire redardent Foam and Fabric
  • Permanent contact sculpted backrest with built in lumbar support
  • Black nylon base and hooded castors

TASK CHAIR

 

  • Folding Adjustable Arms
  • 3 Lever
  • Ratchet Back
  • Air Lumbar & Seat Side Support
  • Foam and Fabric conform to BS5852 UK FR

Deluxe Task Chair

 

  • Folding Adjustable Arms
  • 3 Lever
  • Ratchet Back
  • Air Lumbar & Seat Side Support
  • Foam and Fabric conform to BS5852 UK FR

Deluxe Mesh chair with folding Arms with Cantilever Frame

 

  • Colour: Black
  • Breathable Mesh Back
  • Air Flow Mesh Seat
  • Folding Arms
  • Foam and Fabric conform to BS5852 UK FR

Twin Lever Operator Chair

 

  • Colour: Black
  • Foam and Fabric conform to BS5852 UK FR

What to look for in an Office Chair

 

The key to this healthy posture is lumbar and pelvic support

 

Seat Height and Width

The seat height of your office chair should be fully adjustable and positioned so that your feet rest flat on the ground with your thighs resting horizontally. The width of the seat cushion should also allow you to sit with your back resting against the backrest with around four to eight centimetres of space between the backs of your knees and the seat.

 

Lumbar Support

Your back is designed to curve through the length of your spine, so a good ergonomic chair will have an adjustable back that shapes to the curves of your lower back perfectly, preventing you from slouching after prolonged periods of sitting down.

 

Seat Material

Soft, cushioned seat pads are recommended for office chairs rather than hard textured surfaces, this is to ensure comfort for the user.

 

Armrests

The armrests of your seat should be adjustable allowing you to sit comfortably with your shoulders in a relaxed position. Your elbows should be able to rest on the armrest; however your lower arms and wrists should not be resting on the arms whilst you are typing.

 

Swivel

The chair should be able to turn easily allowing the user to reach areas of their desk without straining themselves by trying to drag the chair along, for example.

 

Simon J Mack

OFFICE FURNITURE

SHOWROOM

The Old Reading Room, Green Hammerton YORK YO26 8BN

Tel: 01423 331264

enquiries@sjmackofficefurniture.co.uk