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Big and Tall Inflatable Lumbar Support Chair

Big and Tall Inflatable Lumbar Support Chair

Big and Tall Inflatable Lumbar Support Chair

Extensive studies and research in the area of Anthropometry, Ergonomics, and Bariatrics have brought out a wide range of ergonomic techniques and ergonomically designed chairs that have been recommended and successfully used to

improve or correct workplaces that cause various disorders.

The use of computers and video display terminals in organizations have been the causative agent for complaints like muscular aches, pain in the neck, cumulative trauma disorders or repetitive motion injuries of the muscles, nerves, tendons, ligaments, joints and spinal discs caused by stress and strains. The big and tall inflatable lumbar support chair is one such innovation and is a deterrent to such problems.

These big and tall inflatable lumbar support chairs offer ergonomic solutions with no compromise on strength and durability and are designed for maximum comfort especially for tall and stout people. These office chairs have been specifically designed to withstand 500 lbs weight and ideal for people even seven feet in height.

Most of these office chairs have adjustable pneumatic seat height, seat angle and tilt, seat angle tension control, backrest angle, backrest height, backrest depth, inflatable lumbar, armrest height and armrest width. Most of the chairs have a swivel tilt mechanism that allows a swivel motion, as well as lumbar support that offers support for the natural curve of the lower back. Leather Lumbar Support Office Chairs give excellent lumbar support with leather padded armrests whose height and width can be adjusted.

Ergonomic Furniture

This and other ergonomically designed chairs, in combination with ergonomically designed desks and office furniture, offer excellent solutions to the above mentioned health problems.

The extensive use of computers and video display terminals in organizations have been the causative agent for complaints like blurred vision, sore eyes, and eye strain in employees. Muscular aches and pain in the neck are common complaints of VDT operators. 

  • Ergonomically designed desks to keep the computer screen four to nine inches below eye level and the monitor directly in front of the employee are recommended remedies for the aforementioned video display hazards.
  • Ergonomically designed electric tables with push button and three height adjustments are also available, as are ergonomic computer desks with adjustable heights. These tables and desks have a height range between twenty four to fifty one inches. They have a capacity to hold upto 225 lbs.
  • Ergonomic dual surface computer desk, ergonomic computer desk with equal corner surface and foot rests are further options. Recent innovations include height adjustable mobile tables that allow the employees to sit, stand or move their computer table by a paddle mechanism. The height range goes from 26 to 43 inches. These tables are designed in comfortable shape and with safe edges. These mobile tables can support a personal computer or laptop.