Pubicado el : 02/15/2016 17:53:25
Every task requests different ergonomics conditions and specific mobility, for that, ergonomic office chairs offer a variety of mechanisms that let adapt the chair to our necessities, and not the other way round.
How should we sit?
To consider a chair ergonomic, it must allow the following regulations:
The armrest should be parallel to the work surface, forming a straight angle with the arm. With both feet firmly on the ground, the knees should form a straight angle.
The angle formed by the backrest and the seat of the chair can be regulated according to the use and the user.
Place your arms to the lowest position to facilitate the mobility. In static works adjust the height and distance until the armrest supports perfectly.
Lumbar Adjustment (although this regulation is less common for its high cost, it is important for chairs that are used during all the working day)
Adjust the height of the lumbar support to get the total support of the back and a good distribution of weight.
It is convenient alternate the dynamic and static tasks in your daily work.
What is the dynamic work?
Management and swap of documents, communication, “management of peripheral”... Release the synchro mechanism adjusting the tension of your weight and height. Place your arm in the lowest position.
What is the static work?
Analysis and drafting of documents, intensive computer work… Block the synchro mechanism and use the armrest positioning them in the necessary position.
Key points for avoiding wrong postures:
1. A low position according to the table, creates “cervical muscle fatigue”.
2. Wrong support to the backrest of the chair creates lumbar puncture
3. Legs excessively stretch or bend creates overloading of your joints
Imágenes extraídas de la ficha técnica del producto TNK de ACTIU ref DESKandSIT spo228009 (ver en web)