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Class 5 cleanroom food-safe chair

20 September 2018

Teknomek has introduced a strong, durable and soft polyurethane chair for use in Class 5 cleanroom food production areas. As well as being ergonomic and supporting strong payloads, the design uses food grade, BPA-free plastics. The hygienically designed chair features an enclosed gas lift and an easy to clean underside. 

The importance of comfort and support for operators on the production line should not be understated. The chains can support weights of up to 150 kg and have a wide seat to suit a broad range of body sizes.
The chair features an aluminium, five-branch scuff-resistant base to which castors or glides can be added for convenience. 

The product is easily adapted to match user requirements, and can be customised with options such as armrests, seat slide, ratchet back, adjustable tilt and synchro mechanism. 

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