In an office, one of the most important things is the office chair. Why? Because employees, employers, clients and guests are sitting in a chair about 90% of the time they spend in the office. Office staffs are mostly seated more than eight hours a day while in front of a computer station or a desk completing paperwork.
Soft casters are designed to protect hard surfaces from being damaged from the constant rolling of an office chair and are best used on surfaces with hard wood flooring, tile, linoleum, or any other type of hard flooring. They also roll with more control on hard surfaces than carpet casters would, with more friction being applied between the wheel and the surface it is rolling on. Too much friction makes the chair difficult to move, too little friction makes the chair roll with even the slightest move you make.
Task chairs also have four casters located on the bottom which makes it possible for the user to go from one place to another effortlessly and even while doing another task. Thus, task chairs really make it possible for office workers to multitask. The casters also minimizes the noise inside the office as the user can just roll in towards his desk when he starts working and just roll back when it is time to go home, a feat which would have been really noisy if you used a regular chair.
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