WS 9211

Klimastar
Charakteristic
Backrest and seat Integral polyurethan foam
Five-star bases Polished diecast aluminium five-star base, Ø713 mm, with glides
Armrest -010CH (accessories with surcharge)
Gas spring Gas, chrome-plated
Thickness of seat / backrest 50 mm / 50 mm
Width / height of backrest
Width up / down 325 mm / 400 mm
Height 450 mm
Width / depth of seat
Width front / back 470 mm / 415 mm
Depth 455 mm
Settings
Height adjustment 610 - 850 mm
Seat tilt -8°- +1°
Backrest tilt -18° - +11°
Footrest -05 (accessories with surcharge)
Colour RAL 7045
Weight 16,90 kg
Weight capacity 120 kg
Contact

Color design

RAL2001
RAL3000
RAL5002
RAL5018
RAL5023
RAL6026
RAL7045
RAL7035
RAL9005


Armrest

Footrest

Features and Benefits

  • The construction of the chair is in full compliance with the latest ergonomic findings and requirements
  • Stable five-star chrom base with glides or castors
  • Separate fluently adjustable steel mechanics with aluminum cover
  • Solid metal construction to fasten the seat and backrest
  • Seat and backrest of integral polyurethan foam** or fabric upholstery
  • Fully perforated seat and backrest provide continuous air circulation and pleasant feeling during sitting ***
  • Simple mechanism to control and setup the chair
  • The possibility to exchange the seat and backrest PU upholstery is a significant improvement of hygienic conditions, especially in multi-shift operations
  • Healthy dynamic sitting is supported by the construction of the seat with adjustable inclination and by high backrest with individually adjustable contact-pressure
  • Warranty and customer service; 5-year warranty*
  • Possibility of repair and replacement of individual chair components
  • Excellent quality/price ratio
  • 2-week free trial

* On chairs Werksitz provide professional customer service. The warranty period of 2 years and 5 provide at the right time guarantee regular service inspections.

** VISCOELASTIC PUR foam

*** The research carried out by the ergonomic features of the Technical University in Munich, it was found that the perforations of the seat provides significantly better microclimatic conditions (moisture and temperature) than the imperforate cushions. Zdroj: „Zeitschrift für Arbeiteswissenschaft“ zvláštní vydání 1997