Videos Ergonomic seat
- Aluminum chassis high strength and stability.
- Allows an ergonomic position of comfort.
- Prevents injuries in knees and back.
- Adjustable seat height and angle for optimum adaptation to each use.
- Robust construction with 7 heavy duty wheels.
- Includes tray for tools and accessories.
- Ideal for flooring, parquet installation, cleaning and other operations on pavements tasks.
- Replaceable ergonomic knee.
- Maximum weight: 286 lb. (130 kg.)
In the construction sector there are many jobs that require professionals to spend long periods of time kneeling on the floor, constantly bearing loads and repetitive movements. Movements which can take their toll in the long term.
At RUBI we have always been concerned about the health of professionals. The concept of ergonomics is always present within the design of our tools, as we believe that safety and minimizing the risk of injury at work are essential for health and proper performance.
The RUBI SR-1 ergonomic seat is the clearest example of how far tool design can complement and be involved in the prevention and safety of professionals in the construction sector.
The SR-1 ergonomic seat has an extremely strong and stable aluminium chassis.
The studied design of the SR-1 allows professionals to maintain an extremely comfortable ergonomic position at all times.
The SR-1 helps to prevent occupational injuries in both the knees and the back.
The height and angle of the SR-1 seat is adjustable for optimum adaptation to each application and each user.
The robust structure of the RUBI SR-1 ergonomic seat has 7 highly resistant rubber wheels, to facilitate operator manoeuvrability on any surface.
The SR-1 features a practical storage compartment tray, ideal for flooring, parquet installation, and cleaning tasks and other operations on floor surfaces.
It includes a set of replaceable professional knee pads.
The SR-1 has a maximum load resistance of 130 kg.
In designing all RUBI products, the whole RUBI RDI team, consisting of engineers and professionals from around the world, has been vital. The fact that we receive information from many parts of the world gives us the opportunity to have a global view of the business and the needs of construction industry professionals to design tools adapted to each market.