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We are pleased to announce that the recently introduced tCentric Hybrid with Airless Cushion Technology complies with the State of California Technical Bulletin (CAL 133) full-scale fire testing without requiring the application of additional fire barriers.* This means no upcharges and just 10 business days to obtain CAL 133 compliant, ergonomic seating. CAL 133 is […]

The annual US market for office furniture is currently about ten billion dollars in size. Approximately 11% of that, or $1.1. billion, is comprised of desks and tables. The industry has gradually yielded market share to low-cost, Chinese imports. How does the upCentric differentiate itself from overseas imports? ANSI/BIFMA ANSI/BIFMA X5.5 – 2014 Desk Products […]

We are pleased to announce the availability of the Controlled Motion™ mechanism. The minimalist, symmetrical design enhances the aesthetic appearance of the Controlled Motion mechanism. It is ideally recommended when customers want seating solutions with fewer paddles. Features include: Synchro 2:1 ratio The left handle activates the seat depth and tilt lock Right handle controls […]

  We are pleased to launch a NEW, 12 Year, 3 Shift, Labor Included warranty for the tCentric Hybrid. This new warranty sends a solid message to consumers that ergoCentric stands behind the tCentric Hybrid and demonstrates that we are more competitive than ever before in the high-performance task seating market. Coinciding with the launch […]

Mississauga, Ontario – August 24, 2017 ergoCentric’s symbols, including those for the tCentric Hybrid™, are now available on ProjectMatrix. You can also find 2D and 3D planning symbols at ergoCentric.com. ProjectMatrix offers a popular suite of software solutions for interior designers and furniture dealers. Having ergoCentric symbols and catalog available on ProjectMatrix will allow architects, designers […]

Ergonomics for the Home Office

August 22nd 2017 in Blog

At one time, almost all computer use was done in a traditional office or work setting. Progressive employers soon recognized the risks of injury and poor ergonomics to productivity and provided their employees with workstations in order to mitigate those risks. Now, more people than ever are working on computers at home whether it be […]

How-To Replace an Armrest

August 17th 2017 in Blog

The How-To series will guide you through some simple do-it-yourself tasks. There are a number of reasons why you might need to change the armrests on your chair. The user or task of the chair may change and require different levels of support (Extra height, width adjustment, pivoting arm pads, etc.), a new user may […]

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