Designed to meet the growing demand for height adjustable workstations, Head Office Group have developed a sit to stand height adjustable workstation system, compatible with their existing QUAD, Zone, Sixty-6 and Vie workstations screens.
October 20th, 2011
Perfect for the designer who loves complete control when it comes to customising the workstation elements to compliment their office design and style.
Head Office Group sit to stand height adjustable workstations allow the flexibility of bespoke workstations at out of the box prices.
All finishes are available and all custom sizes possible. Linear, 90 degrees and 120 degree models available.
Manual and Electric adjustment.
Low height from 590mm to 990mm.
Sit to stand from 660mm to 1110mm.
GECA Approved with 10 year warranty.
Locally manufactured for fast lead times.
For more information
Head Office Group Pty Ltd : 213 / 40 Yeo Street, PO Box 1222 Neutral Bay NSW 2089
p: 02 9953 1377
f: 02 9953 1630
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