10 YEARS ON FRAME
5 YEARS ON STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS
3 YEARS ON COVERS, FOAM AND ARMRESTS
A proper seat height stabilizes your ergonomic experience. The ideal height is achieved when the seat cushion rests just below the bend of your knee; this supports your legs and creates a sturdy foundation for the rest of your body.
With no weight on the seat cushion, pull the paddle upwards to increase the height of your seat cushion in relation to the ground.
To lower the seat height, pull the paddle up and place pressure on the seat cushion.
To successfully adjust your IRON HORSE 5000 Series to fit your specific body type, the first step is to adjust the backrest tilt to your preference.
To recline backrest, pull lever up and apply pressure on backrest until desired position is achieved. Release lever to lock backrest in place.
To return backrest to upright position, pull lever up with no pressure placed on the backrest. Release lever to lock backrest in place.
Both the Standard and Deluxe Comfort Headrest allow for height adjustment at different locking levels. The Deluxe Comfort Headrest offers an infinite range of angled positions to fully support the neck and shoulder areas.
Lift to raise the height of the headrest. Height will lock into desired position. Press button and push headrest down to lower the height of the headrest.
Apply pressure to the front portion of the Deluxe Comfort Headrest to raise or lower to fit your liking. Only for chairs equipped with the Deluxe Comfort Headrest.
Backrest height on the IRON HORSE 5000 Series is fully adjustable. Keep the backrest at a lower setting for tasks that require upper body mobility or extend the height of the backrest for extra shoulder support.
To increase the backrest height, hold button and lift backrest.
To lower the backrest height, hold button and lower backrest.
Armrests support the weight of your arms, removing stress from your shoulders and upper arms. The armrests on the IRON HORSE 5000 Series are height adjustable.
Push and hold button while applying pressure to raise or lower armrest.