Why do I need a chair mat?
Safeguard your floor:
The downward force of a chair is almost 100 days that of a footstep, repeated wear on any flooring surface from carpet to hardwood floors will down it and eventually cause permanent damage. Our chair mats reduce wear and protect against scuffing.
Reducing the attempt to roll up a seat on the carpet allows more work efficiency and ensures a less stressful work day.
Gripper back for rugs.
Smooth back for hard flooring.
Anti-slip rear for hard flooring.
An office employee moves her or his office seat over 300 occasions in the typical eight-hour workday. Chair mats are an ergonomic tool which lessens the odds of repetitve stress harms and reduces fatigue. Chair mats also guard your carpeting, carpets and floors from damage brought on by seat casters.
There are 3 factors to take into consideration when picking your chair mat.
How big is the job place?
How can your office furniture organized?
How large is the"roll region?" Can you sit or move out of your desk into your file cabinet? It is important to pick a seat mat the ideal size to your work place. Ascertain the farthest points of your own workspace and pick a mat which covers that region. Do not purchase a seat mat so big you need to place it beneath office furniture. Chair mats aren't meant to support over you and your office seat. Putting furniture onto your seat mat causes fractures and voids your warranty.
Can not locate a seat mat which matches your workspace without even lapping under furniture?
As soon as you've decided how big your seat mat should be, you are able to select out a contour. Our infograph shows you that seat mats are suitable to the most frequent office designs. Rectangular seat mats will be the most flexible and match the many workplace configurations. Light bulb mats will be best suited to corner and l-shaped desks.