Trak is a revolution in workstation design
January 7th, 2013
Its unique features mean that workstations can offer a tailored solution to each user as workstation accessories and screens can be modified to suit any purpose.
The superior flexibility is possible due to a track that runs between two desktops and allows for accessories or screens to be positioned anywhere along it.
Trak is constructed entirely from steel and comes in a contemporary white powder coat finish. It is shaped to allow any number of the Trak designed accessories to be slid and locked into position along it.
The Trak accessories have been specifically developed to allow for flexibility in styling and functionality.
Accessory options include a variety of contemporary partitions with an aluminium wraparound frame in materials including 6mm acrylic, 18mm fabric and 18mm laminate on MDF, to name a few.
Additionally, white powder coated steel planter boxes, sophisticated open storage boxes, closed storage boxes with a ‘pinnable’ back, monitor arms and counter tops can all be added to the workstations.
With excellent flexibility and contemporary aesthetics, the Trak system will be sure to accommodate any user’s or company’s needs.
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