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    scwolverine
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    I have been asked to see if anyone knows of a chair or positioning device for people who work on projects that sometimes take 20 hours to complete. They are working on their backs on project items in close proximity to their body and the space is tight so they don’t get up to walk about much. They are looking for something to support their body, head to toe in a reclined position and maybe is adjustable. I had never seen anything with this type of application but I know somebody out there probably has. I know there are “creepers” like mechanics use but you can imagine the long term effects of lying on a creeper. Thanks for the help. Eric

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    Ergotech
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    Try Eidos they make a wide range of industrial chairs and creepers that may work for your application.

    http://www.eidosergonomics.com/inuse.htm

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    [private user]
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    Contact Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Workplace Accommodations

    Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access

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