By Iris Boutin. Chair. Published at Sunday, February 18th, 2018 - 17:51:01 PM.
Kitchen and dining room chairs are the most common chairs made and most households have at least four of them. Generally, they have four legs, a seat and a back. The seat is most often 16 inches above the ground - the median height for comfort. The back is set at nearly right angles to the seat to encourage an upright posture - most comfortable for eating.
Most folding chairs have same structural features. For durability, these are made with 18-gauge steel tubing frames and double-riveted. As it is a dependable and wise choice for any occasion and climate, some families take it for their camping trips. Organizations choose folding chairs to furnish their buildings, as benches or seats are expensive and take up space. Folding chairs come in different finishes and styles including wooden and cloth, steel, padded and unpadded, and decorative and functional. Certain companies also make customer specific folding chairs.
Task chairs are designed to encourage the worker to sit in a particular posture that is best for the task to be accomplished. Most modern task chairs are ergonomically designed to allow long periods of being seated without placing undue strain on the lower back, upper back or legs. Often, task chairs have a lumbar support to make sitting more comfortable.
Office chairs, particularly executive chairs, are a cross between easy chairs and task chairs. Most are ergonomically designed to make being seated for long periods of time comfortable. They are often padded, and covered with a material that reduces heat and friction. Body contour is taken into account, and the seat is often adjustable in both height and angle to allow the chair to be individually tailored for comfort by each user.
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