News | Radiology Imaging | November 21, 2019

Double Black Imaging Announces Customized Ergonomic Workstations

The radiology workstation merges ergonomics with safety, is adjusted specifically to the user, and reduces eye fatigue, wrist strain and the risk of repetitive motion injury

These innovative options offer ergonomic features that emphasize productivity and efficiency, electronic height adjustability, plenty of power points for equipment and personal devices, sound reduction, task lighting, and monitor mounts that will keep monitors at an ergonomic level for each user, with exquisite cable management.

November 21, 2019 — At RSNA 2019, Double Black Imaging is introducing new ergonomic workstations and showcasing some of their customizable capabilities. These innovative options offer ergonomic features that emphasize productivity and efficiency, electronic height adjustability, plenty of power points for equipment and personal devices, sound reduction, task lighting, and monitor mounts that will keep monitors at an ergonomic level for each user, with exquisite cable management. 

DBI will also highlight the Verte Chair, which molds itself to the unique shape of the user’s spine, making this the ultimate solution for reading room comfort and productivity. Other ergonomic solutions from DBI include sit-stand desk conversions, monitor mounts, sound blocking technology, small carts, additional chair options, and more. Double Black Imaging is able to provide a comprehensive workstation by combining our high-quality displays, CPUs, desks and space planning.

For more information: www.doubleblackimaging.com

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