Selecting the Best Drafting Furniture
Drafting chairs were initially a preserve of professions such as architecture, engineering, graphics design and lab technical work.
The nature of the work is such that they required a working surface that is elevated in addition to the long hours of working. However,drafting chairs are increasingly being used in other industries such as journalism, computing and journalism amongst others.
With increased competition, employers are demanding more from their staff and as such more and more people are working for long hours than they used to several years ago.
What should one look for when in the market for drafting furniture? Unfortunately, whilst a majority of the population are familiar with what drafting seats are, a big number are not well versed with what to look for when buying one. Having recognised this need, the article aims at providing insightful information on issues to keep in mind while buying good drafting furniture.
First and foremost, ensure that the drafting chair has the tag, ‘ergonomic’ attached to it. Ergonomic is a branch of science that deals with designing objects that are both comfortable and easy to use. To recognise a drafting seat from a pool of chairs, you need to look for the following features.
The chair should provide for enough room for the size of the body. This is vital in ensuring that there is enough blood circulation. The key to clocking long hours at work, while at the same time minimising on related work injuries is by the body feeling at ease while sited on it. In addition, it should be able to provide support for the arms, legs and back muscles.
Secondly, buy a chair where its height can be easily adjusted. Given that it is a work place, different people might work from the same workstation and as such may need to adjust the length to suit the height of the user. Some of the top of the line chairs, such as the Leap, Aeron or Life chairs have set the ergonomic standard high and are definitely worth checking out if you have the budget.