Types of office chairs

The world of office chairs is wide and sometimes there are doubts about which model will be most useful in our case. In addition, the definition of each chair sometimes does not help to differentiate or make an image of which model it is. In this article we will list the different denominations of chairs and what each one of them means.

Operating chairs

These are the classic  office chairs that are used to work in the office. It usually refers to swivel and height- adjustable chairs . These chairs are available in countless versions, shapes and with or without armrests.

Confident chair

The confident chair is that model of chair that accompanies a chair or armchair . Generally it is a sled chair or a classic chair with four legs, just the coffee chairs(เก้าอี้ ร้าน กาแฟ which is the term in Thai) . The sled chair is that model of a chair that is supported on two bars located parallel to each other next to the U-shaped one. At the top of that U is where the seat is located. Confident chairs will normally be more discreet and simple than the chairs they accompany, with more sober and restrained lines.

Chair Permanent Contact Mechanism or CP

The description of this chair speaks for itself: permanent contact with us. However, this does not give us any clue as to which part of the body is in permanent contact with the chair and refers to a chair with adjustable backrest in height, angle of inclination and depth , so that what is in permanent contact with the chair is our back This type of chair is widely used for youth desks, as it helps younger people always keep their backs straight.

Synchronized mechanism chair

This type of chair allows the movement of the backrest and the seat to be carried out simultaneously. This means that the backrest can be set at the angle desired by the user and at the same time the inclination of the seat is regulated; That is why it is called a “synchronized mechanism” chair. When we release the chair mechanism, we can “balance” the seat and the backrest in a solidary (direct) way. This type of chair is designed for the intensive user who will spend more than 4 hours a day sitting.

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