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Breakthrough Seating Technology, ergoSEET(TM), Now Available in Indianapolis
Date:3/6/2008

INDIANAPOLIS, March 6 /PRNewswire/ -- The ergoSEET, a breakthrough in seating technology, is now available in Indianapolis at all Home Health Depot stores. The ergoSEET is a new seating product from Indianapolis-based SEETtek that provides unparalleled comfort and health benefits.

The ergoSEET's patent-pending air-flow technology is the key to its benefits. Increased air-flow keeps the seating surface cooler in warm temperatures, warmer in cool temperatures and reduces skin perspiration. In field testing, the ergoSEET kept indoor seating temperatures over ten degrees cooler on average.

The ergoSEET's unique port and pillar design offers excellent shock absorbency and also assists blood flow by evenly distributing body weight. The increased blood flow and reduced pressure points offered by the ergoSEET not only add to its comfort, but are critical issues for those with circulation problems. In testing, the ergoSEET reduced wheelchair seating surface pressure by over 40 percent. These benefits recently led Clarian Health to purchase 1,500 ergoSEETs for use in their facilities.

Additional benefits of the ergoSEET include a proprietary closed-cell structure that makes it completely waterproof and resistant to odors. The durable, removable cover is designed to whisk away moisture and is, along with the ergoSEET, machine washable. The ergoSEET is also highly portable. The seat measures 15" by 15" and is packaged in a convenient, clear, handled bag.

The ergoSEET is just the first example of how this new, patent pending seating technology can be applied. Prototypes, and licensing arrangements, are being created for additional applications, including auto seating, infant seating, portable chairs, outdoor recreation and even floor matting.

Pete Prust is an Indianapolis native who invented the technology behind the ergoSEET. "There really isn't any other seat available that can offer all that the ergoSEET does. When you consider air flow, waterproof construction, shock absorbency, enhanced blood flow and overall comfort - the ergoSEET is a truly unique product," said Pete Prust.

About the ergoSEET

The ergoSEET is a product of SEETtek. SEETtek is located in Indianapolis and focused on advancing seating technology. For more information, including test results and additional seating applications, visit http://www.seettek.com or refer to the contact information listed with this release.

About the Home Health Depot

Home Health Depot helps thousands of customers choose the right medical equipment products for their needs and works with insurance companies to ensure that they are getting the benefits they are entitled to. For more information, visit http://www.hhdepot.com or call Bruce Danneil at 317-333-6033.

Media Contact: Pete Prust

888-733-8835

pcprust@seettek.com


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