Bring colour into the lab or factory with the new range of Clam chairs from Uplifting Solutions.
June 7th, 2012
The Clam high lift lab chair combines a variety of features – a tough polyurethane skin, extra strength back rest with quad back rest fastener, premium alloy base with rubber foot grip inserts and heavy duty foot rest as an option – resulting in high performance seating for lab or industrial use.
Now for the first time, Clam is also available in a range of fun, bright colours.
The expanded range features new moulds, colours and dust prevention design elements for even better performance.
An accompanying anti-microbial range of upholstered lab chairs is also available, with vinyl covering that has been specially treated to minimise the risk of contamination.
Clam is available from Uplifting Solutions.
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