Besenzoni to unveil improved helm seating

Besenzoni’s flagship helm seat is now available in three different varieties Photo: Besenzoni Besenzoni’s flagship helm seat is now available in three different varieties Photo: Besenzoni
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Besenzoni’s flagship helm seat has been adapted so it’s suitable for long navigation and can be customised with an innovative shock absorbency system.

The P400 Matrix helm chair was the 2017 Dame Design Award winner and is equipped with an adjustable headrest, armrests and an automatic support to raise/lower the seat. But it’s now available in three different varieties.

“Given the recent success of the P400 Matrix helm chair, as well as the other models we offer, we have decided to focus in this very specific segment, enhancing the production by dedicating more staff and resources,” said Giorgio Besenzoni, managing director, Besenzoni.

Improved

The P400 MATRIX PRESTIGE pilot seat features a wide range of movements and adjustments that ensure a comfortable driving position.

The basic version can be equipped with three different armrests on which joysticks and controllers can be installed.

In addition to comfort, Besenzoni has thought of aesthetics by equipping this model with LED lights on the perimeter of the seat and the headrest for a futuristic look.

Besenzoni’s P400 MATRIX COMFORT helm seat is equally suitable for long navigation with the cushions covered in washable and water-resistant sky fabric. The base version can be fitted with armrests both in the folding and fixed version.

The P400 MATRIX OFFSHORE helm has revolving armrests that can be installed on the basic version and it is possible to choose between three different types of support.

All seats can be equipped with Vacust, a Vacuum system that operates inside the seat’s cushion that allows 88% for vibration absorption.

Visit Besenzoni at SMM stand number #ita21

By Anne-Marie Causer

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