Technology | September 25, 2008

Radiology Desk Boasts Ergonomic Design

Anthro's Carl’s Table (Model CT08) is an ergonomic reading desk configured with motorized height movement and quick leg speed adjustment from 28.5 to 48.5 inches. The electric tilt adjusts from 0 – 15 degrees to facilitate all individual work positions, sitting or standing. The tilting surface supports the forearm and shoulders, reportedly decreasing the risk of musculoskeletal disorders. Not only does the CT08 hold up to four monitors on arms, its Monitor Control System electronically moves the monitors in tandem forward/backward and up/down with the touch of a button. Monitors are mounted to a rail and actuators control the up/down and in/out action.

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