By Malaysia Ness. Office Desk. Published at Friday, March 09th, 2018 - 03:36:13 AM.
Many people do not give the desk that they use in their home office much thought. They may even use a table from another room to provide the necessary surface for their computer and other equipment. But, there are very few people who are the height that makes working at a table effective or comfortable. An individual who is working on a surface that is the wrong height will soon notice that they ache. If they are doing a lot of computer work they may notice that their hands hurt and their neck aches by the end of the day. The proper desk will alleviate those problems very quickly.
If you wish to attach dividing screens to your desks, ensure that a good quality screen system is compatible. Screens are usually compatible with 25mm work tops and most modern desk manufacturers offer a screen system to suit their desk ranges. Dividing screens with management rails – to mount monitors or filing trays – often require return screens for stability. The quality of an office desk and the price are undoubtedly linked and costs can vary considerably depending on the manufacturer and the quality of the product. Investing in good quality office furniture which should last for many years, makes economic sense in the long-term.
Once again, an indication of quality is a double cantilever leg, with two upright support columns at each side of the desk frame. Another thing to look for is a support beam under the desk. This is common on ‘I’ frame desks and bench desks and provides excellent strength for the work-top.
If you have more space, ergonomic shaped desks such as single wave, double wave and radial - or crescent – desks provide a stylish office look with plenty of desk area. Desk sizes usually vary between 600mm to 1000mm deep and are available in widths between 800mm and 2000mm. If standard under desk pedestal drawers are to be used, 1400mm wide desks are the minimum I would recommend to provide adequate leg room. If narrow pedestals are to be used, 1200mm wide desks are the minimum width I would recommend.
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