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Chair Mechanisms

These chairs use a variety of mechanisms each of which are described in detail below. The more adjustable the chair, the more comfort and support it will provide to the user. 

Fixed back mechanism
The seat will go up and down, the back rest will go up and down and in and out, but you can’t change the angle of the back rest.
Sliding seat mechanism
The sliding seat comes as standard on our Cheetah and Vista chairs, providing seat depth adjustment for different user leg lengths.

Permanent contact mechanism (PCB)
The seat will go up and down, the back rest will go up and down and in and out, and you can fix the angle of the back rest or leave it free floating – i.e. in ‘permanent contact’ with your back.

Stackable chair
This model of chair is designed to be safely stacked on itself to a maximum of the number shown.

Asynchro torsion mechanism
The seat will go up and down, the back rest will usually go up and down, you can fix or free float the back rest and fix or free float the angle of the seat – independently of the back rest. You can even adjust the torsion control knob to match your body weight. This lets you find the perfect position to use a computer – even tilting forwards.
Knee-tilt mechanism
A twin-lever mechanism, the right lever allows you to adjust the seat height up and down and the left lever can be used either to lock the chair in any one of three or five positions (lockable positions indicated by number shown) or can be left to tilt with the user. The pivot point is found towards the front of the seat so that your feet remain on the floor when tilting backwards. A torsion control knob can be adjusted to user body weight and a non-return facility prevents the user from being thrown forward when the mechanism is unlocked.
Asynchro mechanism
The seat will go up and down, the back rest will go up and down, you can fix or free float the back rest and fix or free float the angle of the seat – independently of the back rest. This lets you find the perfect position to use a computer – even tilting forwards.
 Synchro mechanism
The seat will go up and down and you can fix or free float the angle of the seat and back rest together – usually in a ratio of 2:1, so for every one degree the seat tilts, the back rest tilts two degrees. Our synchro chairs can be fixed in any one of three, four or five positions, indicated by the number shown. The easy way to find a comfortable position. You can even adjust the torsion control knob to match your body weight. (All of our synchro mechanisms have an ‘anti-shock’ facility which means you aren’t thrown forward when the mechanism is unlocked).
Lock-tilt mechanism
A single lever lets you adjust the seat height up and down and lock or unlock the tilt of the chair. These mechanisms can either be locked in an upright position or left to free float with the user.  They all have a torsion control knob to adjust to body weight.

 

 

 

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