Sit back and relax

in has now added the KAB Controller and KAB Manager chairs to their extensive range of heavy duty seating.

KAB seating has more than 60 years experience in the design, development and production of intensive use operator chairs.

Their chairs are synonymous with quality, durability and comfort.

Originally a manufacturer of vehicle seating for heavy industries, such as mining and construction, you could say they are driven to provide comfort in the most demanding conditions.

This means the KAB Manager and KAB Controller are ideal for industrial environments.

The KAB Controller is a robust intensive use chair designed to withstand extended use of 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Packed with ergonomic functionality the KAB controller can be adjusted to suit the needs of each individual user making it particularly suitable for shiftwork and multiple user environments.

The KAB Manager is a premium, robust, ergonomically designed and AFRDI Level 6 accredited chair recommended for people of shorter/smaller build, making them ideal for most women.

The chair is upholstered in durable black cloth and is available with adjustable headrest and armrests on the Deluxe model.

Uplifting Solutions
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