99 | Basic Tilt with Back Angle

Task applications which require moderate and affordable adjustability. Suitable for chairs with separate seat and back construction. Center pivot tilting action with lock in upright position only. “J-Bar” construction provides enhanced visual appeal.

Seat Height Adjustment

To raise the chair, lift the paddle up while lifting your weight from the seat until you reach the desired height. Release the paddle to lock into place. To lower the chair, lift the paddle up allowing your weight to push the seat down to the desired height. Release the paddle to lock into place.

Tension Control

Leaning back in the chair, decide if the resistance of the chair is comfortable. If it is too stiff, rotate the tension knob counter-clockwise. If the chair does not provide enough resistance, turn the knob clockwise.

Tilt Lock

To adjust the chair tilt, pull the paddle out to unlock it. Recline to the desired position and push the paddle in to lock in place.

Back Angle Adjustment

To increase the angle of the back, pull the paddle up and lean back in the chair until desired angle is reached. Push paddle down to lock in place. To decrease the angle of the back, pull the paddle up to unlock and lean forward until desired angle is reached. Push paddle down to lock in place.

Back Height Adjustment

To adjust back height, lean forward and grasp the sides of the outside back. To raise, slide the back up. To lower, slide it all the way to the top and then lower to desired height. Release to lock in place.