In a dynamic workshop, the greatest possible freedom of movement in the arm and shoulder area is just as important as a healthy and performance-boosting seated posture. The chair must be able to react flexibly to constantly changing working postures. At the same time, the seat height must be tailored not only to the height of the workbench and the size of the employee but also to the height of the component being worked on.
Stability and steadiness are further important criteria for a work chair when used in production halls or workshops. The chair must be absolutely steady, particularly when the user shifts their weight to the front or considerable force is used when working. Hardwearing materials which resist flying sparks or grease and dirt are also essential.