height adjustable workstations

USC Lab Selects Height Adjustable Tables

USC Lab Selects Height Adjustable Tables

Last month I wrapped up a project with the University of Southern California in which they decided to use Right Angle Products New Heights Series 4 height adjustable tables.  The students in the lab are of all shapes and sizes, so incorporating the height adjustable lab tables was perfect. USC decided on the New Heights XT model for it's heavy duty capability. The XT Series height adjustable desk has a travel range of 24-51" with a two stage leg and with a lift capacity of 160 lbs per column this table can handle anything thrown its way.  The control panel is easy to operate with an iphone touch screen and slides under the work surface for protection against employees bumping into it. Right Angle also offers a 3-switch programmable for multi-shift environments. Sit stand desks are perfect call centers, offices, schools, hospitals and libraries. Right Angle can even retrofit the bases to your existing work surfaces.

USC Finished Project
USC Finished Project

The height adjustable legs are available in anodized aluminum black or silver finishes. Plus Right Angle offers 9 different laminate options. Visit our contact page if you would like to see a live demo of the New Heights Series 4 in the Southern California area.

laminate colors
laminate colors

Sitting for More Than Three Hours a Day Cuts Life Expectancy - WSJ

Sitting for More Than Three Hours a Day Cuts Life Expectancy

A great article by the Wall Street Journal finds that sitting lowers life expectancy. Click the article title above for more information.

Here at Contract Office Reps we highly recommend height adjustable tables. There are so many benefits to standing at your workstation, below we have include the top three.

Benefits to Standing at Work:

  1. Help reduce back pain - Humans are designed to stand upright, so why not during work.
  2. Burns more calories than sitting.
  3. Increased attentiveness.

height adjustable workstations

height adjustable tables

For more information check out this video from Mashable.com