BioFit Kicks Off Product Line Redesign with Four New Seating Series

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BioFit Engineered Products has introduced four new series of chairs as part of a focused redesign effort to offer customers a more contoured, tailored look, softer feel and improved long-term performance. Manufactured with a sewn seam, these chairs mark a stylistic departure, yet feature the same level of durability common to all BioFit products.

Using seams allows us to minimize compression of pre-contoured foam seat and backrest cushioning during the manufacturing process

BioFit Engineered Products, an Ohio-based manufacturer and global supplier of ergonomic seating solutions, has introduced four new series of chairs as part of a focused redesign effort to offer customers a more contoured, tailored look, softer feel and improved long-term performance. Manufactured with a sewn seam, these chairs mark a stylistic departure, yet feature the same level of durability common to all BioFit products.

According to Ed Metzger, president of BioFit, incorporating the upgraded design is only part of the story behind the fresh new look and feel of the HL, FC, HC and FL series - the rest lies in the foam.

"Using seams allows us to minimize compression of pre-contoured foam seat and backrest cushioning during the manufacturing process," Metzger said. "This natural, unencumbered expansion of the foam helps the chairs remain substantially more comfortable over time."

HL, FC, HC and FL series chairs are suited for a variety of environments, including healthcare, education, industrial and office settings, as well as high-tech workplaces with static control requirements. A wide range of fabric upholstery options are also available. For more details, log on to http://www.biofit.com or call 1-800-597-0246.

Located in Bowling Green, Ohio, BioFit Engineered Products is an industry-leading manufacturer of ergonomic chairs, carts, cafeteria seating and mobile tables for office, industrial, educational, healthcare, bio- and high-tech, hospitality, and custom environments.

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