Ergonomics mainly regulates fatigue from the following aspects:
1. Head: The height and rotation of the head restraint can be adjusted, allowing the user to naturally fit the headrest to the cervical spine, regulate the seated position of the seated person, and resist the office enjoyment. The best position is when the height of the headrest fully supports your cervical spine.
2. Back: The best support position for the waist is the third and fourth spine. The entire backrest can be height-adjusted, easily and easily to meet the needs of different users, and reduce most of the human body weight that the lumbar vertebrae bear.
3, lumbar support: separate activities lumbar, rebound focused on the activities of the waist, giving the user the most close support. The activity lumbar support adjusts the degree of curvature so that the entire lower back relaxes and fits comfortably on the lower back, so that the back spine bone is relaxed, thereby releasing the fatigue of the back spine.
4. Handrails: Adjust the height and angle of the armrests to make the hand and the table more smooth to prevent the mouse hand from generating.
Angle free adjustment, stepless locking, curved back design, bow frame strength and elasticity treatment, armrest arc flow treatment, etc.