Height Adjustable Desk FAQ

What sizes and configurations are available?

Our straight desks have a minimum length of 1200mm and a maximum of 2100mm. The minimum width of a straight desk is 700mm and the maximum is 900mm. Any other size within these parameters is fine. Eg: A 1760 x 765mm straight desk would be accpetable, however a 2200mm x 765mm desk would be considered too large.

Our L-Shaped desks have a minimum length on both the left and right of 1500mm and a maximum of 1800mm. The minimum width of an L-Shaped desk on both the left and right is 700mm and the maximum is 900mm. Any other size within these parameters is fine. Eg: An 1800mm x 1740mm x 750mm x 750mm L-Shaped desk would be acceptable, however a 1900mm x 1740mm x 750mm x 750mm L-Shaped desk would be considered too large.

Our small corner units (single column mechanims) are not designed for use as a general office workstations. They are more suited to areas where space is at a premium or where a more mobile solution is required. See A, E and F below for some size suggestions.

Our most commonly ordered configurations are shown below. These are a guide only:

 

What finishes and colours are available?

Our standard colours are seal grey and white melamine. We can supply almost any colour top to suit your work environment. The minimum recommended thickness is 25mm and the maximum is 33mm.

 

Can I design my own worktop?

Yes, but you'll need to speak to us first to ensure it will work with one of our frames.

 

How do they move up and down?

All of our height adjustable desks are electric except the Workfit range. A simple push of a button is all the effort required to make them move from a low sitting height right through to standing height.

 

Can you retro-fit these to an existing workstation?

Yes. In most cases you can, but you'll need to speak to us first.

 

Can you supply just the height adjustable frame only?

Yes. Call or email us for a quote on your selected frame.

 

Do they make much noise?

No. They are all designed to be operated within an office environment. The higher quality mechanisms are the quietest.