Innovative Office Products, manufacturers of gas articulated monitor arms, have received the AFRDI’s stamp of approval.
September 28th, 2017
The 7Flex and 7500 range of gas articulated monitor arms, designed and manufactured by Innovative Office Products and distributed in Australia and New Zealand by Uplifting Solutions, have been awarded the highest of accolades from the Australian Furniture Research and Design Institute (AFRDI).
The monitor arms were awarded an AFRDI Level 3, the highest level of Quality Assurance available to monitor arms in Australia.
The gas articulated 7500 range of monitor arms can accommodate from one to three monitors, allowing for height, tilt and depth adjustment at the touch of a finger.
In certain configurations, screens can also be moved together as an array, with the monitor supporting up to 18kg of screen weight.
The 7Flex range holds between 2 and 7kg and is suitable for single monitors up to 26 inches in size.
It is also finger tip adjustable, floating the monitor above the desk.
Both the 7500 and 7Flex feature a 10 year warranty and – most importantly – provide the ergonomics, flexibility and ease of installation and adjustment necessary of a safe and productive working environment.
“The 7500 and 7Flex range have an enviable reputation for toughness and longevity,” says David Parker, Managing Director of Uplifting Solutions.
“Australian users range from Air Services Australia and ALDI to Rio Tinto and Westpac, with hundreds and hundreds of organisations in between.”
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