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Stability of Economical Electric Height Adjustable Desks

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Stability of Economical Electric Height Adjustable Desks

One of the most common problems users of entry level economical electric height adjustable desks experience is the loss of stability when using the desk in the standing (higher) height settings. These systems also typically require top stiffeners to be inserted into any top larger than 60” wide at an added cost to avoid “bowing” of the top, and lack the advanced features found in the higher end systems. The Endeavour offers a heavy duty electric base which is so sturdy it can easily handle tops from 48” – 84” wide without the need for top stiffeners and provides seamless...

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Keyboard Trays for Height Adjustable Desks and Benching Systems

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The most common obstacle preventing users from mounting an articulating keyboard tray onto a height adjustable desk is the crossbar that runs across the underside of the desk top, prohibiting the mounting of a track that usually runs 17-21" deep. The Vanish trackless keyboard arm is engineered to fit in work spaces such as height adjustable tables and benching systems, where space is limited and conventional track mounted keyboard arms will not fit. This revolutionary new product still provides the user with Lift-N-Lock capability, dial tilt control, and separate height and tilt gauges and functionality that can only be found...

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Sit - Stand - Move: The Benefits of Height Adjustable Desks

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NATURAL TO MOVE WHILE WORKING The main problem with most computer work stations today lies in a fact that would seem contrary to natural instinct: the human body as a whole is designed to be in motion, and not to be sitting for extended periods of time. Movement is imperative for spinal health, by improving circulation and reducing muscle fatigue.Relief from Static Muscle Fatigue may only be achieved through muscle movement. Increased blood flow to fatigued muscles occurs when standing and walking, which re-energies the muscles. According to the most recent research people need to get out of their chairs...

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