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Ergo Drafting Chair, No Arms, Safety Step, Soft Casters, 25-33", 250 lbs

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  • Favorite Drafting Chair for Industry and Medical users.

    Sometimes a fixed footring just works better than an adjustable footring. So we designed this drafting chair with a sturdy footring that you will never have to adjust. Called the Safety Step Base because it provides stable support for getting in and out of the chair and a comfort area to rest your feet while seated. Couple that feature with full ergonomic control of seat and back angles, back height, chair height and medical grade foam cushions and you have a real winner.
    The Kare Drafting Chair with the special fixed footring has been a favorite for medical labs, warehouses and all areas that have multiple users at one workstation.


    • Pneumatic height adjustment, 25-33 inch height range
    • Fixed height foot ring reduces need to adjust height
    • Footring rest area 12" from floor, Safety Step Base
    • Comfortable seat
    • Backrest forward and backward tilt adjustable to 28°
    • Seat tilt tension control
    • Free 360° swivel
    • Special stain-resistant DuPont Teflon fabric
    • Five-star, scuff-resistant base with nylon casters
    • Dimensions back 16 w x 13 h, seat 18 w x 18 d
    • 12-year warranty
    • Option: 5 inch Cylinder height range 19-24 inch
    • Soft Casters for safe movement on hard surfaced floors

  • Basic Fabrics For Kare Ergonomic Office Chairs
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    BASIC 100% Marquesa Lana TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS PERFORMANCE TEST METHOD RESULTS Width 54" Abrasion ASTM-D-4157 (Wyzenbeek-Cotton Duck) 250,000 Double Rubs Weight N/A Colorfastness Dry: N/A Backing Acrylic Wet: N/A Finish Teflon Lightfastness AATCC 16E 40 hrs. - Class 4 Approximate Repeat None Seam Slippage Warp N/A Railroaded No Fill: N/A FLAMMABILITY

  • California Fire Code Technical Bulletin 117, Section E Passes CS-191-53 Passes

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    50% Polyester, 50% Post Industrial Recycled Polyester - Reduced Environmental Impact TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS PERFORMANCE TEST METHOD RESULTS Width 54" Abrasion ASTM-D-3597 (Cotton Duck) 150,000 Double Rubs Weight N/A Colorfastness Dry: N/A Backing Polyurethane Wet: N/A Finish N/A Lightfastness AATCC 16E 40 hrs. - Class 4.5 Approximate Repeat None Seam Slippage Warp N/A Railroaded No Fill: N/A FLAMMABILITY

  • California Fire Code Technical Bulletin 117, Section E Passes CS-191-53 Passes

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    ELEMENTS 50% Polyester, 50% Post Industrial Recycled Polyester - Reduced Environmental Impact TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS PERFORMANCE TEST METHOD RESULTS Width 54" Abrasion ASTM-D-3597 (Cotton Duck) 150,000 Double Rubs Weight N/A Colorfastness Dry: N/A Backing Polyurethane Wet: N/A Finish N/A Lightfastness AATCC 16E 40 hrs. - Class 4.5 Approximate Repeat None Seam Slippage Warp N/A Railroaded No Fill: N/A FLAMMABILITY

  • California Fire Code Technical Bulletin 117, Section E Passes CS-191-53 Passes

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    Seating

    We are not designed to sit ... we are designed to move. In fact, medical research over the past two decades has been fairly clear about the negative effects sitting has on our bodies such as decreased circulation and neck, leg and lower back pain. Knowing that you will most likely spend up to half of your day sitting, we offer the following information to help you obtain a proper chair fit and avoid potential health hazards. This information is so important OSHA provides key positioning tips to correctly support your body. Select a well-designed chair that follows ergonomic standards and is designed with special innovative features to reduce the fatigue and stress caused by sitting.

    It Is Important To Be Able To Adjust Your Chair To Ensure:
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    • your feet are flat on the ground (best to avoid crossing your legs),
    • your knees and hips are at about 90 degrees,
    • the curve of your lower back is supported
    • and the arms of the chair support your elbows comfortably.

    Chair Adjustments

    Adjustments to the lumbar height and depth; the armrest height; and the overall height of your chair are important chair features. Additionally, adjustable lumbar support and a seat with a seat pan tilt is highly recommended. Every part of the chair should be fully adjustable with molded cushions that contour to your body and the cushions must compress no more than 1/2" to 1." The cloth must dissipate moisture and heat. Most importantly, all adjustments must be easily made while you are seated. These adjustments define an ergonomic chair.

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    Make sure your chair has a "waterfall front" to ensure good circulation to the legs and reduce leg pressure (compression on the legs or thighs can reduce blood flow and cause varicose veins). A waterfall front is a rounded design that contours naturally to the shape of your leg. Also, be sure your chair has a 5-star base for safer seating and less risk of tipping. If you're stuck with an uncomfortable chair, then modifications can be made with adaptive seating cushions. (See Adaptive Seating)

    10 Steps For Easy Chair Adjustment

    1. Adjust the seat height to promote blood circulation and to ensure you have a straight forearm and relaxed shoulders when using the keyboard and other tools. Keep your knees level or slightly below your hips. When possible, keep your feet flat on the floor.

    2. Adjust the seat depth so you have approximately 2 to 4 fingers of space between the seat and the back of your knees. This provides proper thigh support and helps prevent varicose veins that can occur when there is compression on the back of knees.

    3. Select a seat that provides enough seat width, allowing you ease of getting into and out of chair. When seated, if your arms are not relaxed naturally by your side then the seat is too wide. Either remove the arms to get proper seat size or get a smaller chair.

    4. Adjust the backrest height to fit the curve of your back and provide your back with full contact support. This is key to a comfortable fit!

    5. Adjust the back depth so it touches and supports your back as well as matches the curve of your back. Maximum back support equals less fatigue at the end of the day.

    6. Adjust the lumbar support. Be aware of too much pressure to the lower back.

    7. Rocking can reduce muscle tension. Adjust the rocking tension to your body weight to ensure you get the full relaxing benefit of rocking and still feel secure in your chair. Tip: If your chair rocks back and you feel startled, tighten rocking tension.

    8. Use forward tilt when you're leaning over, writing or reading to provide relief to the lower back. Adjust the seat tilt angle to take pressure off the tailbone, ease shoulder tension, promote good breathing habits, relax shoulders and distribute your body weight more evenly on the seat.

    9. Adjust armrest height. The forearm should be supported at a 90-degree angle from the upper arm keeping wrists, elbows and shoulders relaxed and in full contact with the armrests. Tip: If your shoulders are scrunched into your ears, then the arm height is too high.

    10. Adjust your chair in a number of different settings throughout the day. It is not only healthy but puts you in control when other people "borrow" and re-adjust your chair.

    Make sure your chair has a "waterfall front" to ensure good circulation to the legs and reduce leg pressure (compression on the legs or thighs can reduce blood flow and cause varicose veins). A waterfall front is a rounded design that contours naturally to the shape of your leg. Also, be sure your chair has a 5-star base for safer seating and less risk of tipping.

    Safety Step for Kare Ergonomic Stools and Draft Chairs
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    Handles The Weight And Is Always There For You

    The Safety Step Foot Ring is made of heavy metal tubing that can handle heavy use and does not need to be adjusted. The large 20" diameter provides a large area to place your feet on and feels more secure. If you find that users are putting all their body weight on the standard height adjustable foot ring and fatiguing it then we suggest you upgrade to the Safety Step Foot Ring. Or you may find that users are not taking the time to adjust the foot ring to their height and just dangle their legs off the chair seat. Since that posture greatly increases the stress to legs and low back you can use the Safety Step Foot Ring to eliminate those ergonomic issues.

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