By Djeferson Valluy. Desks. Published at Wednesday, April 18th, 2018 - 05:37:52 AM.
One thing worth noting is that you should consider ordering ergonomic desks for your employees or for yourself. Ergonomic equipment is designed to put the least possible stress on the body, preventing or reducing long term overuse injuries. One feature common with ergonomic desks is a slide-out drawer underneath the desk where a computer keyboard can be stored. This drawer can be adjusted to different heights and angles for comfort, and this feature provides extra space on the desk since you will store the keyboard underneath. You can find much more information on ergonomic office equipment through a little research. Regardless of which type of desk you choose to purchase, it is always wise to find a comparable model to try out in person so you can get an idea of how comfortable the desk will be and what issues may arise before you make a purchase. You do not want to end up with office desks that are not useful because they are too short to accommodate a tall person's long legs or are too small to fit a computer and a printer at the same time. Most importantly, you want your desks to be functional.
Modern bench desk systems are engineered to allow the sharing of the central leg (between workstations). With no obtrusive leg in the way, employees have more space to move freely in their work, an essential contribution to wellbeing in the workplace. Teamwork and improved communication are promoted as employees can easily join their neighbor at the adjoining desk for an impromptu meeting or discussion regarding their work. Bench desks are usually constructed with a central beam, out of sight, on the underside of the desk, which creates an exceptionally strong work surface; handy if you are operating with heavy IT equipment such as large screened iMacs. With a central beam, 18mm work tops are usually adequate but look for stronger 25mm tops to be sure your requirements are met.
What type of work you will be doing on your desk? Does your work involve mostly paper works? If so then you need a desk that has lots of space on top of it. You will need to keep different types of files, folders, documents and other items on top of the desk while working. The length and width of the desk should be right for the purpose. A big advantage with such a desk is that it can be used for laptop as well.
There are modular components available such as desk extensions, storage units, screens and shelving to complete your office look. One particular range offers a very practical sliding desk top. The Linnea Bench Desk range, by Elite Office Furniture Ltd, has a very clever design which allows the work top to slide, exposing the cable management tray, for easy access to power and data supplies. This is particularly useful for 'hot desk' applications used by occasional users who need to access power for a portable computer or laptop. The Linnea range of office bench desks also has built-in cable management trays at no additional cost.
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