Technology | May 07, 2008

Ergonomic Dual-Tier Cart Customizes Height

The Dual Tier Cart is a selection of customizable electronically height-adjustable carts designed with two independent work surfaces that can be adjusted by height from 28 inches to 47 inches above floor level.

The cart is made to allow multiple users to share the same workstation. Workstations are adjustable by shapes, including standard, left- and right-hand corner returns and cured banana corners. Each is available in lengths from 48 inches to 84 inches. Optional T-molding edging, table-mount monitor arms, CPU holders and top illumination are also available.

The Ergo Tier combines a height-adjustable single-tier workstation with a new flexible flat panel monitor platform. With a touch of a button, the height of the work surface and displays reportedly adjust to the desired level. The Ergo Tier’s forward, backward and tilt positions can also be adjusted.
The workstation’s cable management works to keep wires in order and out of the way, while dimmer-controlled task lighting illuminates the user’s work to the desired intensity.

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