By SYuKurytowncrierbakery. Chair. At Monday, November 04th 2019, 04:10:27 AM.
The chair user's height and weight are more important when picking a lift chair than when choosing a regular chair. The lift chair must not only be comfortable, but it must have a motor strong enough to help a person rise to a standing position. Lift chairs come in sizes like clothing: Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large, and Extra Extra Large.
For chairs used to sit at tables in meetings, you can typically save on expenses and purchase cheaper, less elaborate chairs than you would use for desks. This is because employees will not be sitting in the chairs for long and likely will not need to type in the chairs or perform too many functions while sitting down. Although you want your employees to be comfortable, you usually will not need to put as much time into thinking about purchasing table chairs as you will desk chairs. Do make sure that the chairs are wide enough for most adults and that the backs come up high enough to offer support. Depending on the cost and the function of the chairs, you may or may not want to offer arm rests.
These size designations have more to do with the chair user's height than weight. However, if a shorter chair user requires a wider seat or extra lifting capacity, wide chairs come in their own versions of Small, Medium, and Large, etc. That way someone who is short, but who weighs a lot will have a chair that fits more comfortably than a traditional sized lift chair made for someone much taller.