Issues with weight-sensing chair mechanisms

The modern generation of weight-sensing task chairs only work correctly if the chairs are set at the correct height (thighs parallel to floor, or very slightly elevated). In todays office environments, occupants often have multiple large monitor screens mounted on arms, which leads to a conflict.

In order to achieve the ergonomically correct position of eye-to-screen, users tend to adjust their chair too high. It is essential that desks can be adjusted to a lower height than the European standard 740mm if this conflict is to be resolved, yet few standard desk-benching systems available in the UK offer the facility to set the worktop below the European standard.

Contact Us

Talk to us - We are knowledgeable, friendly and trustworthy. We look forward to working with you.

Subscribe to our Newsletter

I agree that my details will be emailed to the website owner for the purposes of this contact.

Get in Touch

Interion 15 Clerkenwell Close London EC1R 0AA

+44(0)20 3815 9400