Press Release Summary:
Along with design that promotes ventilation and movement, ArmorSeat(TM) ergonomic chairs feature fully contoured lines and waterfall front seat set at incline of 6Â°. Chairs are manufactured with recyclable polypropylene, which is air-fed into mold by way of gas-assisted technology, minimizing material content while maximizing structural strength of frame. They are suited for manufacturing, assembly, production, and other industrial settings.
Original Press Release:
BioFit's New ArmorSeat(TM) Line of Ergonomic Chairs Offers "Industrial-Grade" Durability
Bowling Green, OH, October 29, 2008 - BioFit Engineered Products, an Ohio-based manufacturer and long-standing leader in the development of ergonomic seating solutions, launched its new ArmorSeat line of chairs this week. The culmination of more than 200 hours of research and development, these products are intended to replace the company's classic DuraGrain chairs in the industrial market, offering greater style, design and durability benefits than the original.
"The roots of the DuraGrain chair date back to the 1960s," reported Ed Metzger, president of BioFit. "Over time, as the general physical characteristics of users as well as movements to perform specific tasks evolved, so did our need to manufacture seating that would be highly functional in as many industrial environments as possible.
"Taking a top-down approach to design allowed us to build-in versatility while adapting the performance aspects of the new ArmorSeat series for a wide array of manufacturing, assembly, production and other industrial settings. Plus, it also allows us to offer a more attractive looking line of chairs." Metzger said.
ArmorSeat chairs include fully contoured lines, a waterfall front seat set at an incline of six degrees and innovative design elements that are not only eye-pleasing but functional in terms of ventilation and movement. In addition, the chairs are made of a recyclable polypropylene, which is air-fed into the mold by way of gas-assisted technology. It's a process that reduces the amount of material content in the chair while increasing the structural strength of the frame.
Metzger stated that the company was proud of the fact that it had been able to develop a new seating line that competes with some of the bigger names on style. In his estimation, ArmorSeat products represent a move to a higher-end design reflective of today's marketplace.
"BioFit is moving toward manufacturing products that architects can look at when designing everything from hand-assembly areas and work stations to break rooms, control terminals and beyond," Metzger forecast.
For more details, visit www.biofit.com or call 1-800-597-0246.
Located in Bowling Green, Ohio, BioFit Engineered Products is an industry-leading manufacturer of ergonomic chairs, carts, cafeteria seating and mobile tables for industrial, bio- and high-tech, educational, healthcare, office, hospitality, and custom environments.
Armorseat is a trademark of BioFit Engineered Products and is patent pending.
Liz Sworden, BioFit