Expanding on the vast MyChair range, these Ergonomic Heavy Duty Gregory Task Chairs are the perfect solution for your high use areas such as call centres and other heavy duty applications.

Standard with the award winning Dual Density Posture Support seat technology and 3 lever Premium independent seat and back tilt mechanism, these chairs provide the ultimate solution for all your heavy duty ergonomic requirements.

The Inca, Boxta, Scope and Slimline heavy duty chairs all feature a Premium Mechanism and Alloy base as standard equipment.

Ergonomic Heavy Duty Gregory Task Chair Features:

  • Large seat (500mm x 515mm)
  • Premium 3 lever independent mechanism with adjustable seat height, seat tilt and back angle
  • Heavy duty reinforced steel plate
  • Heavy duty gas lift
  • Aluminium base
  • Heavy duty castors
  • Original and award winning Dual Density Posture Support seat technology
  • Anti-slip ratchet back height adjustment

Gregory ergonomic seat technology benefits

  • Improves users posture
  • Healthy ‘s’ curve in the spine is maintained
  • Reduced pressure on the spine
  • Improved circulation
  • Increases concentration due to increased oxygen levels
  • Increases productivity and morale as staff are more comfortable
  • Increased profitability due to less absenteeism
  • Increased lifestyle and general wellbeing associated with a healthy back
  • Decreases injuries due to pressure on the spine
  • Decreased fatigue caused by poor posture
  • Decreases insurance claims

Dual Density features firmer foam in the front half of the seat and softer foam in the back half. The separation of the two foam densities is indicated by the split. The pelvis gently ‘sinks’ and is supported in the softer section in the correct seating position at the back of the chair. Firmer foam at the front discourages the pelvis from sliding forward into the slouching ‘c’ curve of poor posture. The moulded foam also encourages and improves blood circulation behind the thighs. With the added height adjustable lumbar support the spine is maintained in the healthy, upright ‘s’ curve of good posture which also creates less stress on the arms, shoulders and neck throughout the day.

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