Safety Standards

Our seating has fire retardancy standards that are suitable for all your requirements. Low hazard is suitable for the working environment; Medium hazard is suitable for both working and domestic environments.

All of our seating products are covered with fire retardant fabric and foam tested to British Standard BS7176. This allows them to be used in offices, colleges, schools and hospitals, as well as in the home.

Matching Fabrics

All our ranges have unique fabrics which may only match exactly with other products within that range, however all fabrics are in complimentary shades across ranges.

Seating guide

Key considerations

Tilt Action
We have products to suit all tilt action requirements, starting at basic PCB through to luxury Premium actions. Which type of action is suitable for your user?
Back Support
Be sure to consider the level of back support the user will require. The benefit of having an adjustable back height or inflatable lumbar support could be key to the comfort of the user.
Arm Type
Many chairs have fixed or height adjustable arms supplied as standard. Where arm type can be chosen, make sure you select the arms that best suits the user.
Seat Movement
Does your user need to set their seat in vertical and horizontal postion?
Usage
How many hours a day will the chair be in use? If its more than standard office hours maybe a heavy duty, 24 hour product should be considered.

If you have any questions concerning any of the above please phone Plymouth on 01752 336699 or Cornwall on 01326 563424. Alternatively...