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The Benefits of Contoured Seats in Office Chairs

Are you considering ergonomic seating for the office? Would you like to know which key feature to pay attention to as you shop? Read on.

Ergonomics continue to play a role in the workplace as workers complain of physical fatigue after being stationary during the workday. It's easy to understand why the seat pan is the most crucial component of a comfortable and ergonomically functional chair. Whenever the seat becomes uncomfortable you begin to squirm, sit improperly and lose the benefits of other chair features. Recently, Bodybilt Inc. reported that a contoured seat design was studied to be the most comfortable seat pan for long term sitting.  BodyBilt manufactures a contoured seat with multiple foam layers that are varied in densities and thicknesses. This reduces the seat pressures where the highest pressure points of a person’s seated posture can lead to discomfort. The Ergonomic Center of North Carolina recently confirmed the benefits of mitigating seat pressure. The study proved that a contoured seat reduces seated pressure better than flat seats. The surface contact-weight distribution is reinforced due to the wrap-around effect in the thigh area which disperses body weight and pressure. The pressure pain from extended sitting can be associated with the Ischial Tuberosities, commonly called “sitting bones”.

The full coverage layer of foam (2" thick) is the main element of the contoured seat that benefits from two other layers of higher density foam (˝” thick) to absorb the highest pressure points of sitting. The high-density foam virtually eliminates “bottoming out” so common with the flat seat designs.

Another differentiator for the Bodybilt Chair contoured seat includes two unique recessed areas within the seat itself. The first recessed area is created with the heavier foam positioned further down to the bottom assuring the seat does not bottoming out. BodyBilt refers to this large recess as the “Ish-Dish” because it addresses the high impact of sitting on the Ischial Tuberosities. The second recessed area is at the back edge of the seat and creates the softest spot on the entire seat surface for the Coccyx (tail bone) area, known to be a very sensitive spot.  

In summary, office workers do not have flat bottoms, so why buy office chairs with flat seats just don't fit the human body. A flat seat becomes uncomfortable the longer the person sits, so it may behoove a company in investing in BodyBilt chairs for their staff. Bodybilt likes to say that you only have one back so take care of yourself with a BodyBilt chair.

http://www.comfortchannel.com/ continues to expand their office chair selection that are designed for ergonomic seating including a large selection of bodybilt chairs, Jobri Kneeling chairsFree Articles, and Hag Saddle style seating. The site also serves as a resource for detailed information about Ergonomic computer desks and other furnishings for the home office.

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In 2005, Brian Metzger was named Chief Financial Officer, as well as member of the Board of Directors of Zearth.com Corporation, an online retailer of home and health products. Dr. Metzger assumed the responsibilities for all financial reporting, marketing, and back end operations for comfortchannel.com.



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