Bimos is a brand of the company Interstuhl Büromöbel GmbH & Co. KG in Meßstetten-Tieringen.
Bimos has over 5 decades of expertise in seating, and its core objective: to increase the productivity, health and motivation of the people who sit on our chairs by providing them with high-performing, ergonomic, comfortable and well designed seating solutions.
As a family-run company, they are firmly committed to responsibility of their people, and environment. With more than 650 employees, they produce beautifully crafted German furniture – exclusively in Germany. They are firmly committed to “German Engineering”. With the objective of seating pleasure of all our customers.
Bimos is the leading innovator in seating for the industrial and laboratory environments. There product portfolio for these industries is divided into five areas: production, ESD, laboratory, clean room and standing work. They offer highly specialised targeted seating solutions for all these areas that are perfectly suited to the people who use them. They have a wide product range and flexible options for adaptation help to achieve products that perfectly meet the requirements of every single workplace.
All chairs are also verify this with corresponding certification. With an industry leading contact with users in the field and experts in the field of occupational science, BIOMOS puts is in a position where we are able to quickly develop innovations that meet specific needs.
No other company has such a wealth of knowledge about seating or the practical requirements of the workplace.
The knowledge, expert advice and commitment allow the to create the best possible solutions, and ensure that decisions are made with confidence. Uncompromising reliability and rapid reaction times are also key features of their business – in advice, training or sampling, in delivery times or even in after sales support which is provided by us.
Perfect solutions for production facilities
A workplace chair can only really be described as “good” if it fits in perfectly with the working environment. Each type of activity imposes its own particular requirements. That is why a good office chair will be designed to suit the working conditions found in offices. A chair that is to be used within a production context, on the other hand, will need to meet a completely different set of demands. bimos workplace chairs are setting new standards in this respect. They manage to combine maximum freedom of movement and adaptability with super sturdiness. From the ergonomic design of the seat and backrest and easily replaceable upholstery right through to the highly durable materials used, our
seating solutions are the epitome of good design. As a result, not only do they satisfy the necessary standards, but are always developed in close collaboration with industrial doctors and other specialists in the field
Metal can be found almost everywhere. We see copper wiring in building construction, electrical products, machinery, and telecommunications. The nickels we have in our pockets may not be able to buy much, but nickel is a valuable commodity used in transportation, defense, electrical equipment, manufacturing, and even the chemical and petroleum industries. Steel is the main structure in buildings and bridges. Batteries for our electronics, mobile phones, and electric cars contain metals. And an estimated one-fifth to one fourth of everything we use either contains or is manufactured with platinum.
We see these metals everyday, but we probably forget that they all had to be mined before they reached us. According to the USGS, at today’s level of consumption, the average newborn infant will need a lifetime supply of 800 pounds of lead, 750 pounds of zinc, 1,500 pounds of copper, 3,593 pounds of aluminum, and 32,700 pounds of iron, not to mention the many other metals like rare earth elements and the platinum metal group.
Take a look at the Mineral Matters article on Advancing Mining, which talks about how metals and minerals permeate every aspect of our lives, from virtually all of the consumer products we use to the industries that manufacture these products, to the construction, transportation, and distribution infrastructures that keep it all running. You’ll find out that minerals do matter, especially to the metals industry.
By Marlene Gasdia-Cochrane, Blog Administrator on January 21, 2016