Office Furniture

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The use of petrochemicals in office furniture has added more value to office furnishings. Some of the value added features include stronger properties, great resistance to impacts, smooth surfaces, superior quality, light weight, attractive range of designs.

Beautiful furniture is a must for the offices of today. Office furniture is being modified into structures that portray dynamic looks and futuristic designs. This has been possible with the use of petrochemicals. Designer furniture inculcates more interest in the working environment and enhances comfort as well.

The following are some of the office furniture items for the manufacture of which petrochemicals are used to a large extent for improving their look and feel:

  • Chairs-ergonomic and executive
  • Set up for a call center
  • Screens - Inspirational and functional
  • Accessories
  • Storage-shelves and cupboards
  • Desks-Reception and computer
  • Boardroom Tables
  • Conference hall furniture
  • Workstations
  • Breakout Furniture

Polypropylene is a very common petrochemical used for various purposes in office. It is chiefly used in office automation equipments and furniture. The reason for it being used in office furniture is because of its durability and flexibility. Furniture is also available in the petrochemical-based plastic and polycarbonate variety.

Many old offices are being redesigned with new petrochemical based furniture. Petrochemicals in furniture reduce the cost of the end product and at same time facilitate attractive designing as well. Petrochemicals are adding a wide variety of features to office furniture.

Gradually, petrochemicals are becoming a heavyweight competitor for other industries involved in various sectors of the country. Office furniture, equipments, and interiors are some of the main targets of the petrochemicals industry even as it heads towards a slow but steady growth.

Last Updated on 13 December 2011