Office chairs are roughly divided into: executive chairs, meeting chairs, staff chairs, conference chairs, visitor chairs, training chairs, ergonomic chairs, etc. The executive chair is also called the boss chair or the supervisor chair, which can be reflected in the product itself. In terms of design, it is specially designed for management personnel. Therefore, executive chairs still have a certain market in the market. The reception chair is also called the reception chair, and it is usually placed in the negotiation room, etc. Of course, others are also possible.
The staff chair is also called the computer chair. It is a chair popular among merchants in the market. It reveals the fragrance of a solo exhibition. It describes the office chairs present on the market. Modern office places are usually desk work. Manufacturers spend a lot of time on the design of office chairs. Comfort is the best reward for employees.
The conference chairs and visitor chairs are quite different, but the space in which they are located can only be different, so the names will be different, but the products are not much different. Let’s talk about training chairs. Training chairs are divided into training chairs with writing boards and those without writing boards. The training chair with writing board is convenient for recording training knowledge during the training process. Now the training chair with writing board is the most popular on the market, and there will be training chairs in general training rooms or large conference rooms.
The ergonomic chair is designed based on the human itself, in terms of the distribution of the weight of the chair, the height of the seat, the depth and width of the seat, and the stability of the body. Of course, the most important thing is comfort and functional effectiveness. In order to serve the majority of consumers, the office chair manufacturers have different patented office chairs in their products, which are required in accordance with ergonomic standards in R&D, design and product production.