The VELA Salsa 110 is a sit-stand chair with a shallow seat which has a raised lip at the front, so the user avoids the feeling of sliding down the seat when it is tilted forward. The chair is particularly suitable for:
Individuals who have the feeling they are sliding down the seat as the raised lip prevents this
Activities which are carried out in the standing position, therefore requiring support and stability
Individuals with arthritis or walking difficulties etc. who need extra support and stability
Comes with a seat with raised lip as standard (B:46 x L:35 cm) and an ‘Ergo’ backrest (B:38 x L:22 cm)
The Kap seat with raised lip (B:46xL:35 cm), so the user avoids the feeling of sliding down the seat when it is tilted forward. The chair allows the user to get close up to their work.
The Ergo backrest (W:38xH:22 cm) is an ergonomic curved backrest, which provides good lumbar support. The backrest is low, which allows the user free movement of the back, shoulders and arms for various activities.
Y backrest (W:37xH:30 cm). An ergonomic, curved backrest with good padding, which provides good, flexible lumbar support. The Y backrest is a low backrest, which allows for free movement of the back, shoulders and arms for various activities.
Loose cover - raised lip
Loose cover for seat with raised lip. The cover is hygienic, washable and can easily be removed and washed in the washing machine. It is available in fabric or waterproof plastic, which is useful e.g. in the case of incontinence.
Loose cover for backrest
Loose cover for backrest. The cover is hygienic, washable and can easily be removed and washed in the washing machine. It is available in fabric or waterproof plastic.
Ergon armrest - 8x26cm - extra long
Extra long armrest bar (41 cm long). Beneficial for tall people. The armrest bar allows for the armrests to be used as support, e.g. when getting into or out of the chair.
A foot bar provides stability when the user is sitting high up and needs support for the feet.
Can not be retrofitted.
The T-brake lever extends the brake lever, making it easier for people with disabilities, e.g. in the shoulders, to reach the brake.
The brake pedal can be used instead of a brake lever or together with a brake lever. The brake pedal is located on the back of the chair and is foot-operated. The pedal is an advantage if a standing person has to brake the chair without unnecessary bending or compromising postures.