The simplest and most efficient way to achieve good working ergonomics is to allow for mobility and changeable working positions. The Series[T] sit/stand table enables users to raise and lower the entire workplace with a simple press of a button. It allows for both flexibility and individual adaptation by adjusting the table to suit each […]
November 21st, 2008
The simplest and most efficient way to achieve good working ergonomics is to allow for mobility and changeable working positions. The Series[T] sit/stand table enables users to raise and lower the entire workplace with a simple press of a button. It allows for both flexibility and individual adaptation by adjusting the table to suit each person.
Dimensions: Sit/stand tale with adjustable table height 615-1,280 mm. adjusted by electrical motor.
Delivery Time: 12 weeks
Variations: Wide range of table tops and various shapes
Finish: Wood: Oak, Beech, stained Birch. Laminate: Grey, Beech, Birch
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