Gregory Chairs – Ergonomic Seat Technology

Gregory understand that one seat does not fit everybody, which is why they invest heavily in research and development to create the best possible seat technologies in a range of different sizes to fit the MyChair™ range.

Dual Density – Posture Support

Gregory’s story began in the mid 1980’s when physiotherapist and company founder, Peter Gregory, was commissioned by Colgate-Palmolive to investigate injuries in the office workplace. Peter Gregory’s findings led to patenting the award winning Gregory seat design Dual Density Posture Support.

Dual Density features firmer foam in the front half of the seat and softer foam in the back half. The separation of the two foam densities is indicated by the split.

The pelvis gently ‘sinks’ and is supported in the softer section in the correct seating position at the back of the chair. Firmer foam at the front discourages the pelvis from sliding forward into the slouching “C” curve of poor posture.

The moulded foam also encourages and improves blood circulation behind the thighs. With the added height adjustable lumbar support the spine is maintained in the healthy, upright “S” curve of good posture which also creates less stress on the arms, shoulders and neck throughout the day.

Dual Density Posture Support System, has been recognised by ergonomists and occupational health and medical professionals as providing a superior seating solution for improved office efficiency.

Tri-Tek – Pressure Reduction Technology

Award winning ergonomic seat technology. Reduces pressure under the thighs by centralising the users weight under the ischial tuberosities (sitting bones) where
there are less tissue and arteries to improve circulation.

Tear drop shape internal foam cores placed under the ischial tuberosities are contoured internally to ’flex’ and balance the weight of the user promoting a healthy posture.

Unique contouring of the seat and waterfall front acts as a forward seat tilt to assist in opening the pelvis promoting a healthy posture.

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