Chair – Cleanroom Chair- Lincoln
- 1 Lever Height:
- Nylon Base: 23″ to 33″.
- Chrome Base: 25″ to 35″.
- Aluminum Base: 23″ to 33″.
- 3 Lever Height:
- Nylon Base: 24″ to 34″.
- Chrome Base: 26″ to 36″.
- Aluminum Base: 24″ to 34″.
Seat: 19″ Wide, 17″ Deep. Waterfall Front. Fully Ergonomic.
Back: 13.5″ High. Comfortable Lumbar Support.
Footring Diameter: 18″.
Base: 5 Legs.
Weight Capacity: 450#.
Most BenchPro™ cleanroom seating meet or exceed Class 3. View Complete Testing Results and standards information.
General Information: The higher the standard number, the more particulate is acceptable. i.e. Class 100,000 allows 100,000 particles, where Class 3 allows 3.
BenchPro™ seating products have been independently tested to the following cleanroom standards:
- ISO 14644-1 – Classification of Air Cleanliness.
- ISO 14644-3 – Test Methods.
- IES-RP-CC006.2 – Testing Cleanrooms.
BenchPro™ cleanroom chair components are wiped down with alcohol prior to packaging, then double bagged and boxed.
Foam Construction: 2.7” Thick Five density foam set. The top layer is Memory Foam for exceptional comfort, under that is soft foam maximize comfort for lighter weight person, then Medium Density followed by extra firm foam for the heavier person. Under this is a special firm foam with a cut-out pattern in the center to protect the exclusive internal 3M™ filter system from excessive compression.
Cleanroom ESD Test Results
Cleanroom Standards: Meets and exceeds all National Standards for Class-100 Cleanroom. (When Independently Tested for Class 100, it Passed with only 3 particles).
Filtration: BenchPro™ Cleanroom Seating Products Exclusively Use 3M Filters for Absolute Dependability.
BenchPro™ seating is made to the highest level of quality, meeting and exceeding all national and international standards for safety and integrity. We guarantee the chairs will perform properly for ten-years with people as heavy as 450#, however, no chair with rolling casters is safe for some people over 300 pounds, due to the way they have to support their weight by holding onto something when sitting or rising. We recommend people over 300 pounds use a straight leg steel chair or bench that meets ANSI/BIFMA standards.
We also offer European design braking casters and immobile glides, which will reduce the occurrence of chairs scooting away when being loaded.