Featuring an unprecedented range of motion for a standing desk solution, WorkFit-A dual let’s you swing your computer system left, right, up or down to wherever you need it. The height-adjustable arm moves the keyboard and monitors in one simple motion, allowing you to easily sit down or stand up as you work. Premium ergonomic benefits include keyboard placement below desktop height when sitting and independent monitor positioning.
WorkFit-A with Suspended Keyboard, Sit-Stand Workstation, Dual monitors (polished aluminum, black)Includes arm, desk clamp, grommet mount, monitor riser, crossbar bow, monitor pivots (2), keyboard tray support bracket, worksurface, keyboard tray, assembly fasteners, Velco, cable wrap, adjustment tools
*Fold the keyboard up and push the arm out of the way when you need your desk surface.
*NOTE: Extra-long cables may be required to span between standing and sitting heights
For proper operation the total maximum weight when added together should not exceed 25 lbs (11.3 kg)
When in seated position, keyboard tray can drop down ≤ 4" (10 cm) below level of desktop surface, placing the keyboard at the optimum ergonomic height
These requirements ensure that the suspended keyboard tray can extend past the desktop's front edge. Keyboard tray can be installed in 3 different positions: centered, offset right or offset left.
Keyboard tray designed with slight tilt to ensure wrists remain in a neutral position during data entry and help prevent repetitive stress-injuries; tray can be flipped up 90º when not in use. Integrated cable management hides wires.
Desk clamp attaches to edge up to 2.5" (65 mm) thick; grommet mount attaches through hole 0.5" to 2.5" (7–65 mm) wide and up to 2.5" (65 mm) thick
Can be configured to hold a laptop alongside a monitor: order Conversion Kit (97-617)
** A Washington State analysis of case studies related to office ergonomics showed a median productivity increase of 12% following an ergonomic intervention. New studies from the Office Ergonomics Research Committee (OERC) suggest that employees who are provided with well-designed ergonomic furniture and are trained to use it see an average productivity increase of 18%