Published at Tuesday, 11 September 2018. Chair. By Jean Jones.
One of the easiest areas of an ergonomic chair to assess is the base; a strong, solid base is important because not only will it provide the appropriate amount of support, but it will also be more durable and continue to provide optimal support over a long period of time. The best office chair models usually have a five point base that is made of a strong material such as steel. Some have a steel base with wood caps or another type of plating, so although it will appear to be made of a more delicate material, the base still has the strength of steel. You can find out what the base material is by looking at the specifications of the chair.
The addition of a chair mat to an office instantaneously creates an elegant and clean appearance. Many come with a clear finish making them less noticeable for those that are apprehensive about having your chair mat take attention away from the overall design of your office and allows the beauty of your flooring to show through. They can compliment your office design or stand out with the option for colorful and unique designs that are provided by some chair mat manufacturers. Some unique mat designs include bamboo, zebra print, a world map, peacock print, colorful circles, and many more. They are also available in different shapes and sizes depending on what your office needs; if you have smaller work area then you may opt for a smaller sized chair mat. If your work area requires rolling across a larger surface area, then you may want to opt for a larger mat or a mat that differs from the traditional rectangle shape and try an arc or ellipse shape instead.
Chair mats are ergonomically beneficial in preventing leg fatigue and ease of movement. If you currently use your office chair on an unprotected carpeted surface, then you have most likely already felt the pressure and struggle that it takes to roll from once spot to another. With the help of a mat, gliding from one spot to another is a simple task rather than having to utilize your leg muscles to give you the momentum to move on the carpet. Repetitive pushing with one’s leg muscles can cause unnecessary leg and back pain from over exerting oneself.
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