STAB-O-MAT TT

Swivel Chair Column with Telescope Outer Tube

As a rule, a correct seating position means: The pelvis should be higher than the knees. I.e., the angle between the torso and the thighs should be at least 90 degrees, which can be a problem for tall people when choosing the right swivel chair. This task that can be easily solved by using telescope rods.

Function/Properties

The height adjustability of a chair by means of gas springs depends directly on their guided length and thus, on the dimensions of the outer tube. An increased adjustment range will inevitably result in a longer outer tube and consequently, in the lowest seat position being higher.

The Stabilus STAB-O-MAT TT overcomes this effect with its additional telescope tube, which lowers the lowest seat position while maintaining stability and superior guide properties

Advantages

  • Large adjustment range at very low minimal height
  • Full comfort
  • Maintenance-free
  • Available in different lengths with strokes of 50 -300 mm

Applications

  • Swivel chair height adjustment for meeting different swivel chair seat height standards
  • Suitable as a special product for specific market requirements