Workrite Sierra is a Workstation Solution for Every Body

Aug. 1, 2008

The editorial staff rates Workrite's Sierra Workstation

Workrite Sierra™ Workstation

(Based on a 5-star scale) 

The Workrite Sierra™ from Petaluma, CA-based Workrite Ergonomics is all about range, style, and flexibility. This workcenter is the only workcenter that currently exceeds BIFMA requirements. This height-adjustable desk has the ability to meet almost any size requirements (from the fifth percentile to the 95th percentile). The entire worksurface can be raised or lowered as needed (either electronically or manually, depending on the model): from 22 inches to 48 inches (or 34 inches, with the manual version), and anywhere in between. The electronic version rises at a rate of 2 inches per second and has a lifting capability of 250 pounds (the manual version has a lifting capability of 150 pounds). The Workrite Sierra solves a variety of workplace challenges: It's ideal for office spaces that provide touchdown/hoteling work areas, as well as for tenants/occupants who prefer to switch positions throughout the workday. (Most ergonomists agree that alternating between standing and sitting reduces the need for extended breaks, increasing employee productivity.) A variety of accessories is also available to accompany the Workrite Sierra, adding even more functionality to its worksurface.

For more information, visit www.workriteergo.com.

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