Technology | August 13, 2007

Herman Miller Height-Adjustable Carts, Tables

Herman Miller for Healthcare offers a new collection of automated, height-adjustable tables and specialized point-of-care carts.
The collection of tables includes three work surfaces that can be lowered and raised electronically by operating a switch and one table that can be manually adjusted. The work surface height can be adjusted from 26 inches to 42 inches. Additionally, all of the carts contain a storage component underneath the work surface.
The tables are available in several dimensions, including 24 inches to 42 inches by 48 inches to 72 inches. Two 30-inch wide tables, one of which can be raised and lowered manually, will be offered with a riser frame. Height-adjustable point-of-care carts are also available, including carts specific to a laptop computer or a flat panel monitor with a keyboard. The carts may be accessorized according to each customer’s needs, including a CPU holder, a sharps container, a drawer and a bar-code scanner.

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