Organizations need a robust set of benching solutions to accommodate various workstyles, collaboration and mobility needs. Available in three height-adjustment options — Series 3, Series 5 and Series 8 — Series Bench supports a diverse range of individual needs while maintaining a seamless aesthetic throughout an organization.
Easy Access to Power
Series Bench offers two different options for worksurface power: integrated power and data tray, or power strip. It also supports fixed and mobile technology with a clean aesthetic while providing easy and visible access for users.
Center screen on an integrated rail provides seated privacy and standing-height modesty. Available for use on Universal worksurfaces, the Functional Screen is offered in a height suitable to help define boundaries.
Dual-sided base and center benches are connected with a Connection Kit that extends the integrated rail and upper and lower trays from bench to bench.
The upper and lower trays route power and data at the base. Power can enter the bench at the end of the run or at the connection point.
Series bench offers a standard wire manager that neatly routes cables from the tray to the worksurface.
CASE STUDY – CHEVRON
There was nothing especially unusual about Chevron’s original goal: Reduce costs by shrinking the overall footprint of its space while consolidating its workforce –spread across diverse facilities in the Houston area – into three Houston sites. So while the primary objective was hardly startling, several key side benefits were largely unexpected.
In a 2004 study of the “Effects of an electronic height-adjustable worksurface on self-assessed musculoskeletal disorders, discomfort and productivity among computer workers,” Intel Corporation, Santa Clara, CA determined key findings.