HÃ¤fele launch â€˜Officysâ€™ power delivery and organisational systems for home and office.
June 1st, 2009
An ergonomic office environment is not simply about the right task chair and desk height, a truly ergonomic and safe office requires consideration of the entire workspace and the health of employees.
In response, Häfele is pleased to launch Officys, the ergonomic solution to power delivery and organisational needs in workplace and home environments.
New and updated products delivering power and data include the Omega and Electrodock (10AMP), in-desktop power modules that are mounted flush with the work surface. The Ozone power rail clamps to the desktop edge for easy positioning.
Also flush to the desktop the Horizontal Powerdock is available in 10AMP and 20AMP versions in a variety of configurations, as is the Vertical Powerdock. Appliances such as phone chargers and power cords can be in use and plugged in while the unit is closed. The 10AMP kitchen version is fitted with a water resistant seal.
All systems are available in a range of colours and supplied with leads, kept in order with one or two-tier cable baskets. Powerpak 2 and 4 outlet power modules are available for installation below the desk and 10AMP units are pre-fitted with thermal overload safety switches.
The new Twist ’n’ Slide CPU holder features a patented clamp with an easy release mechanism and adjustable centre of gravity for unit balance. Usable workstation space is increased by the system’s off-floor mount design and sliding retraction.
Häfele’s Officys Soft Wire Management System ensures ergonomic, safe solutions are now within reach.
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