Sacropaedia Support Pocket Springs
25th Aug 2020
Sacropaedia Support Pocket Springs – INNOVATION – Tomorrows seating today
- Immediate Individual Contouring
- Improvement of Core Stability
- Improved Postural Support
- 72 Individual Pocket Springs
- Instant response to movement
- Reduction of skeletal compression
- Air flow producing Cooler seating
- 10 year guarantee
Sacropaedia Support Pocket Springs have been developed between Backchairs Direct, Sit-Well Limited a specialist seating and desking DSE Assessor and the UK’s leading back care seating manufacturer who specialise in sprung seating technology.
Sacropaedia built into the seat of the chairs with their effective design provides high levels of comfort and support where it is needed most. This targeted support gives relief from various medical ailments as well as simply providing an extremely comfortable experience. The unique properties of pocket springs allow for individual sculpturing, ensuring that users of all shapes, sizes and weights are supported to the maximum, adapting instantly to your individual contour and body shape.
Our seats have 72 individually pocketed springs working separately and in conjunction with each other to provide exceptional support and comfort, a feat that foam alone cannot perform. From the moment you first sit on a Sacropaedia seat your individual contours will be supported and every movement , however slight, will be subject to the instant response that only springs can react to.
Due to the nature of the springs, the Sacropaedia will not collapse over time, unlike foam seats. This is why the springs manufacturer say that Sacropaedia will not lose more than 3% of its height in 10 years.
Sacropaedia’s ability to adapt the supportive nature instantly to any contour makes it ideal for all our seating range especially for multi-user environments or multi -shift operations, such as;
- Call Centres
- Control Rooms
- Multi-Shift operations
- 24 Hours usage
- Home office Use
Our Coccyx Chairs all have Sacropaedia Pocket Springs as standard, as they are far superior to foam in holding the integrity of the cut-out.