The final digit in each model number refers to the type of seat on a particular chair.
#2 Seat - Our most deeply contoured seat, designed to give a high level of support in the forward tilt position. The contouring allows for the greatest amount of contact of the chair with the seated worker, distributing seated pressure over a larger area and providing greater comfort without creating pressure points.
#3 Seat – Our moderately contoured larger seat pan developed for our Bariatric seating, designed for up to 600 pounds.
#4 Seat – More contoured than the #3 seat, the #4 seat provides a steel-reinforced structure.
#6 Seat – Our minimally contoured seat designed for petite individuals, with additional contouring available as an option.
#7 Seat - Our most popular seat, with moderate contour (more contour than the #6 or #8 seat; less than the #2 seat) which fits the largest percentile of workers with regard to size, weight, and frame.
#8 Seat - Our minimally contoured seat pan for moderate sized workers
#9 Seat - Designed for the taller than average individual, the #9 seat is 4 inches deeper and 2 inches wider than the #7 seat.
Note: The #2, #4, and #7 seats have a pommel or hump in the front of the chair, designed to encourage workers to sit back in the chair and not perch on the front edge of the chair. Those seats are available with reduced pommel foam which makes the seat pommel slightly less prominent by selecting option suffix "X" at no additional cost.
ARMRESTS (click here to see our armrest options)
Task and Medical Chair Seating Lines
0 - The zero indicates that the chair does not have arms.
3 - The three indicates fixed height width adjustable arms in the conference/training room seating line.
5 - The five indicates that the chair has arms. Those arms will be further designated as to which type of arm in the serial number of the chair.
Arms are standard on the high back Executive chairs – there is no designation for arms in the model number. The serial number will further delineate which arms were supplied with the chair.
Big and Tall/Bariatric Chairs
Arms are standard on the big and tall and bariatric chair lines – there is no designation for arms in the model number. The serial number will further delineate which arms were supplied with the chair.