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Ergonomics and solidity are the characteristics of this backrest. A new patented system enables the backrest tilt adjustment without the need to lock and unlock the mechanism and without efforts. It is vailable with the UP-DOWN height adjustment system. Its ease of use, strength and modern design render this mechanism unique.




    Height adjustment stroke: 70 mm
    Height adjustment positions: 6 STEP BY STEP
    Tilt adjustment: 20°
    PP cover
    It can be supplied with separate backrest connection for an easy chair assembly
    Different types of backrest connections are available
    Fixed angle version available
    Available with seat plate cod. 319



    • EN 1335 - 3/2000, par. 7
    • UNI 8587/84
    • ANSI-BIFMA X5.1-1993/17


  1. Turn the knob for backrest adjustment with the desired angle
  2. Pull the backrest up for height adjustment without levers
  3. Lift the backrest completely to go down to the lower position

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