Yes, it is possible to remove the casters or wheels on the bottom of an office chair. However, it is important to keep in mind that removing the casters may make the chair less mobile and difficult to move around. Also, it may change the stability of the chair and make it less safe to sit on.
To remove the casters, you will typically need to use a socket wrench or pliers to remove the stem or axle of the caster from the base of the chair. You may need to refer to the instructions or manual that came with your chair for specific instructions on how to remove the casters.
Additionally, if the casters are removable, they may be screwed in and can be unscrewed using a screwdriver or an allen key.
It’s important to remember that after removing the casters you may need to add some other type of foot or glide to the bottom of the chair legs to prevent the chair from scratching or damaging your flooring.