The Rhino Series by Cramer Seating is built to resist and support in any environment. Thick polyurethane seat and back allow for complete resistance to all situations. Featuring chemical and physical damage resistance, it is perfect for aggressive workers wearing sharp objects on tool belts.
Made of urethane in a dense durable foam moldered right onto the inner structure, it cleans easily, even with bleach. Available to meet Class 100 Cleanroom standards as well.
- 3 Way Control:
- 4 Way Control:
- Various Surface Casters
- Fixed Arms
- Height Adjustable Arms
- Articulating Height Adjustable Arms
- Class 100 Cleanroom Option (Requires 26" Polished Aluminum Base)
- 350 lb Capacity
- 24/7 Round the Clock Use
- Small, Accomodating Backrest
- 10 Year Limited Warranty
Weight Capacity: 350 lbs.
Sit Duration: 24/7 hours
Meets or exceeds ANSI/BIFMA standards: yes
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Overall: 28"W x 40.25"H x 18"D
Seat: 18.25"W x 16.75"D x 20.75" - 28.25"
Back: 15"W x 10"H
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For 120 years, the name "Cramer" has been synonymous with dependable products and quality service to the American office.
Since the company sold its first industrial strength safe from a Kansas City storefront, the Cramer story has been one of rare endurance and adaptability. Few companies operating in the 1880s were able to adjust to the rapidly changing business climate.
The business took its current form when Hallmark Cards, Inc., another Kansas City company, asked Cramer to produce a custom chair for their artists in the 1930s. The artists could not find a chair at the appropriate height and with angles that met the unique demands of their craft.
Roy Cramer, Sr. observed these mass production artists at work and saw an opportunity to serve the unique requirements of American office workers in challenging environments. In 1934, the Cramer Posture Chair, featuring an adjustable upholstered seat and back, was born, and Roy staked the company's future on product innovation chairs designed to support the posture and comfort of every seated worker. Cramer Posture Chair Co. was born.
All Cramer Chairs are weight rated for 350 lbs.