What is a 24-hour chair?
A 24-hour chair, also called a control room chair or 24/7 chair, is an ergonomic office chair. This type of chair is designed especially for workplaces where constant shift changes are combined with desk work.
- Very robust construction with a reinforced mechanism: optimised for load bearing over extended periods, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- Quick, easy and intuitive to adjust, depending on the user’s needs.
- Position of the back and head rest, length of the seat cushion and arm rests, lower back support and seat height of the chair are adjustable.
- Upholstery in hard-wearing fabrics and durable leather: combination of fabric and (semi)leather is possible.
- Fitted with lower back support as standard.
- Also available as an XXL chair (150 kg).
The 24-hour chair by Svenstol®
Only the best chair is good enough. That is why we distribute Svenstol® 24-hour chairs.
These chairs combine comfort and stability with customised ergonomics. This incredible product withstands 24-hour use by different people, each with a different weight (up to 200 kg) and physical build. A Svenstol® chair encourages concentration and prevents exhaustion, making it 100% suitable for use in control rooms.
The Svenstol® S5 & S6 in a nutshell
The Svenstol® S5 is fantastically comfortable to sit on, can withstand extreme use and is perfect for shift work, changes of user and stressful situations.
- The comfortPlus cushion ensures relaxed sitting at work.
- The activePlus mechanism enables relaxed, active sitting.
- The Ergonomic Stability Programme (ESP) makes it possible to use the chair for years without loss of quality.
This excellent 24-hour chair is also available in the classic director’s chair design (S6).
Want to find out more?
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Only one chair can be the best
Do you want to offer your staff more comfort at work with a 24-hour chair? Ergo-Lab looks forward to making that ambition happen. Want to experience how good the Svenstol® chair really is before you commit? Feel free to request a free trial chair!