ergoCentric launches airCentric 2, celebrates airCentric task chair’s 10th anniversary

Mississauga, Ontario―April 29, 2019―ergoCentric, the market leader in ergonomically correct task seating, height adjustable tables, and ergonomic office accessories, has introduced the airCentric 2. With upgraded performance features, the airCentric 2 offers improved comfort and an enhanced aesthetic.

Inspired by the breathability of mesh task chairs, the airCentric 2 combines the airflow inherent in a mesh chair with the proven ergonomics of ergoCentric’s foam and fabric seating. In addition to offering a truly comfortable seating experience, the airCentric 2’s many important features include:

“We’re excited to celebrate the airCentric’s tenth anniversary with the launch of our airCentric 2,” said Terry Cassaday, Owner and Founder of ergoCentric. “Our goal was to improve the chair’s optional air lumbar support and its aesthetic, while also recognizing the importance of continuing to deliver the benefit of airflow and demonstrated ergonomic support.”

With over 100,000 chairs sold, the airCentric is able to fulfill the needs of both general office and accommodation seating requirements.

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About ergoCentric Seating Systems

ergoCentric Seating Systems was founded in 1990 specifically to manufacturer ergonomic seating. Since then, the ergoCentric team has been continuously improving its seating systems and is dedicated to designing and manufacturing the best ergonomic seating in the world. Its build-to-order manufacturing system and always-in-stock inventory of components allows ergoCentric to fit virtually 100% of the workforce quickly and cost effectively. The company’s product line includes the tCentric Hybrid and airCentric high-performance task seating series, as well as upCentric height adjustable tables and ergonomic accessories. ergoCentric holds over 20 patents and patents pending. For more information, please visit ergocentric.com.

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