Construction seat

  • 17-Jun-2009 08:25 EDT

Grammer offers the MSG75G/522 and the MSG65/521 premium seats for compact construction machinery, forklifts, and landscaping equipment. The MSG75G/522 features a low-profile air suspension, seat index point (SIP) of 9.4 in (240 mm), and a suspension stroke of 4.3 in (110 mm). The long backrest can be set to any angle from -5 to +30°. The MSG65/521 is available with a mechanical suspension, quick weight adjustment, and has a 7.9 in (200 mm) SIP. An asymmetrical backrest is tapered on the right for the operator to twist in the seat, and the backrest can be raised in 13 steps up to 6.7 in (170 mm). Both models also offer wide, ergonomic cushions; height- and angle-adjustable armrests; lumbar support; intuitive controls that allow operators to assume ergonomically optimum sitting positions; integrated safety belts; a dust- and splash-proof document box on the back; and optional heated seats.

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