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Key Tips to consider while buying Laboratory Chairs and Furniture

A close look at how to purchase proper laboratory seating and tables.

Working in awkward body postures can affect muscles, nerves, blood vessels, ligaments, and tendons. Therefore, what you sit on, is so important. Seating in laboratory environments is trending towards larger backs and seats, with a heightened focus on ergonomics. Selecting the right laboratory seating and learning to sit properly helps prevent musculoskeletal disorders and improves your overall health. It even improves productivity! When sitting aim to support your back, adjust your chair, and put your feet on the floor with even weight on both hips. Be sure your laboratory table is at a comfortable height, computer screen at eyelevel, and keyboard at a comfortable distance and angle. To assure that you are sitting with the best posture, follow these key tips when buying laboratory seating.

Remember to have a neutral posture when sitting on a chair or stool. Your back should be mostly straight with only your natural curves in your lumbar area. Your shoulders should be back but relaxed and your ears should line up over your collarbones. With the right seating and tailored set up, you can do a lot to improve your health just by improving your posture. Investing in a few ergonomically designed products and learning to sit properly can go a long way to reducing wear and tear on your body and can really pay off as you avoid injuries, strains, and soreness in the future.

At LabDS we can help. As leaders in ergonomic studies for decades, LabDS understands how to deliver consistent, dependable performance in every lab stool, chair, and table. Call us at 777-932-1118 or contact us on our website to schedule a free consultation.