While seated, hold headrest frame and move up or down to adjust height. There are 6 positions with a 1.6" range of adjustment.
The most suitable height is when the inset of the neck is fully supported by the headrest.
While seated, hold the headrest cushion and turn to adjust the angle. Headrest has 30° angle adjustment.
The most comfortable angle is when the head can raise up naturally.
While seated, pull the single rod control lever completely backward and lean against back. When desired angle is achieved, return the lever to the original middle position to lock. 4 positions provide 25° range.
The proper backrest angle can reduce pressure on spine.
While seated, turn Backrest Tilt Tension Adjustment Handle clockwise or counterclockwise to enhance or reduce the tilt tension.
The synchro mechanism is ergonomically designed to enhance comfort and reduce strain. The back-to-seat adjustment/tilt is 3:1 ratio.
While seated, hold the sides of the backrest handle and move up or down. There is a 1.57" range of adjustment.
A. The height of lumbar support can also be changed by adjusting the backrest height. B. Suitable height of the lumbar support provides optimum comfort.
While seated, grasp armrest and raise to desired height. To lower arm, first lift to highest position. Arm height adjustment range is 3.3".
Recommended armrest position: Allow arms to rest comfortably on the armrest at a 90° angle while the armrest is 1" higher than natural elbow height.
While seated, a 15° range can be achieved by swiveling the arm pads inward or outward.
The most comfortable angle is when the arms can rest naturally on the arm pads while working.
While seated, push the arm pads forward or backward to a desired position. Range is approximately 2".
While seated, pull up the single rod control lever and hold it while raising or lowering the seat to change the seat height. When the lever is released, the seat height is locked.
Since an incorrect seat height contributes to back fatigue, it is recommended that the angle of knees is slightly less than 90" and feet are level with the floor.
While seated, push the single rod control lever forward to adjust the seat depth (Approximate range is 1.97"). Return the lever to the orginal middle position to lock desired seat position.
Ideal depth is achieved when thighs are on the seat, the lumbar area is in touch with the backrest of the chair, and the back of knees do not touch the edge of of seat cushion.