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Ergoprise Unveils the New S2S Sit Stand Workstation that Meets ANSI/HFES 100-2007 Health Standards

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For Immediate Release

Ergoprise Unveils the New S2S Sit Stand Workstation that Meets ANSI/HFES 100-2007 Health Standards

Austin, Texas, February 9, 2016 - Ergoprise, a full service ergonomic furniture and peripherals provider is proud to offer its newest answer for a complete sit-stand workstation for retrofitting existing workstations. What makes this single or dual screen monitor workstation so special is that it’s the only rear mounted solution to meet ANSI/HFES 100-2007 standards for a seated 5th percentile end-user up to a standing 95th percentile. A stunning and cost effective solution for any small or large organization as well as the home office.

The S2S Sit Stand Workstation provides a very sturdy full-size keyboard tray and secondary shelf surface which is ideal for documents, tablets and phones which will follow you when moving from either your seated or standing position. The integrated monitor support allows positioning of the monitor at your ideal and correct height, angle and focal distance. Unit swings away freeing up valuable desk space.

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A few features that set the S2S Workstation above the others:

  • Arm Height Adjustment: 22”
  • Independent LCD Height Adjustment: 9.5”
  • Total Keyboard Height Adjustment: 25.63”
  • Keyboard Tray Adjusts Below the Desk Surface: 7.31”
  • Keyboard Tray Tilt: 19” (-15/+4)
  • LCD Independently Pans & Swivels independent of Keyboard
  • Cycles Tested: 20,000
  • Meets HFES 100-2007
  • Meets BIFMA GI-2013
  • Total Weight Capacity: 5-25lbs

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Side-by-side comparison: http://heightadjustabledesk.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Workstation-Comparison-1.pdf

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About Ergoprise:

Ergoprise: is woman-owned, multi-brand provider of high quality office, mobile, and industrial ergonomic tools located in Austin, Texas. Through our showroom, website, and sales team we offer an extensive range of ergonomic products that have been selected to provide individuals with a comfortable working environment that delivers an excellent return on investment.

For more information, please visit the Ergoprise website, or contact:

Gina Henry

ghenry@ergoprise.com

www.ergoprise.com

512-275-6300

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