Huasheng Furniture Group
ergonomic suggestions and restraints for office furniture
British office furniture is tested and certified by British or European standards, which meets the requirements of furniture safety and stability and does not expose users to the risk of injury.
The workspace needs to be the best available space considering the following requirements: the workspace needs to accommodate all the equipment and paperwork the user needs to do a particular job properly.
The workspace also needs to adapt to the anatomy of the user and the tasks they need to perform.
The workspace needs to do both and consider other user workspaces that may be adjacent to or around it throughout the office space.
Depending on the above factors, the work area can be of various shapes and sizes.
The clearance distance under most desks is about 720mm from the floor to the desktop, and the thickness of the desktop is usually 25mm-
This makes it 695mm away from the floor to the bottom of the desktop.
650mm is generally considered the minimum height on the lower side of the table and can only be achieved with a table with adjustable height under the minimum setting.
The gap along the length of 600mm is considered to be the absolute minimum width of the leg space under the table.
The 1000mm will be the ideal minimum value that allows the user to have some movement space on the legs.
The working height of most desks is about 720mm from the floor to the standard height of the desktop, which is considered to accommodate about 90% of the population.
Table with adjustable height usually has a range of about 650mm to 1200mm
This type of table can be used for wheelchair users or for high users.
The highly adjustable desk is also good for users with bad back and working users, which is good for changing the working position from sitting regularly to standing.
Shorter users will benefit from the footrest under the table at normal height to reach the standard working position.
The main criterion for working depth desk depth is to ensure that users are not very close to computer monitors.
Now, most computer monitors are ultra thin TFT or LCD and can be installed on the table in different ways. (
See the monitor height section below! )
Since these types of displays are essentially thinner than older CRT displays, designers can produce desktop depth from 600mm, which is classified as 800mm or 900mm.
The basic rule of thumb should be that from the user side of the table, there should be about 100mm transparent tables in front of the keyboard, allowing the user\'s wrist to rest while using the keyboard.
The depth of the keyboard is usually about 150mm, leaving a depth of 350mm behind the 600mm deep desk, or leaving a depth of 550mm deep for the display on a more standard 800mm deep desk.
Each user has different requirements for the height of the computer display, although it is generally believed that the top of the display should be aligned with the user\'s visual level, unless changed or adjusted for a specific task to avoid glare.
In order to obtain the correct adjustment as described above, it is usually necessary to install the display on the hinged monitoring arm.
The display arm can be mounted on the edge of the desk, either via a clip via a cable port, or directly via a desktop Bolt. (
Not really recommended because it would damage the table! )
Another type of display arm can be installed on the free
A screen installed on a stand or desktop, although the screen needs to have two toolbars to connect the stand.
In some countries, although there is no such legislation in the UK, the legislation limits the use of laptops to less than two hours.
It\'s always a good idea to adjust your posture and not stay in the same working position for any time \", especially when using a laptop.
If the laptop is placed on the holder and used with a separate keyboard and mouse, then the same theory is applied to make the ordinary TFT display work in an ergonomic way, it enables laptop users to get better viewing distance and working posture, thus avoiding arms, hands, neck and eyes