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Flexliner XXL: a big name in office chairs

27-11-2013
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Growing need - Flexliner XXL industrial chairs
The Flexliner XXL industrial chairs are designed in Germany to meet the growing need for bench and desk height chairs to suit taller and bigger people up to 150kg.
 
Not everyone is comfortable in standard chairs – people are getting taller.
 
The average human height has been increasing over the past 100 years due to a much improved diet and more advanced medical technology.
 
Australian males average 178cm in height (Dutch males are the world’s tallest, averaging 182cm). Most adults are between 165-195cm tall.
 
Flexliner XXL chairs are designed for people at the upper end of that range and beyond.
 
The XXL industrial chairs have a wider and deeper seat and matching taller and wider backrest.
 
The seat depth is designed for people with long hip to knee length.
 
Both seat and backrest are 60mm thick black PU (polyurethane foam) moulded onto a steel core.
 
The under seat mechanism is made of folded 3mm steel for extra strength, has three control levers for independent seat angle tilt, gas spring height adjustment and backrest angle adjustment.
 
The big 720mm diameter base is made of welded 42mm round steel tube, fitted with either anti-slip PVC glides or heavy duty castors.
 
The bench or counter height chair has a height adjustable foot ring 580mm in diameter, constructed of curved square steel tube fitted with two steel foot tread plates.
 
Flexliner XXL industrial chairs have a 5-year warranty.
 
Flexliner (Aust) Pty Ltd

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