Eldon, MO (July 19, 2012)—After the recent barrage of studies that show too much sitting will kill you, Argosy Console’s introduction of its Aura line of Sit-Stand workstations may well bring engineers to their feet—literally.
Simply put, the Aura Sit-Stand Workstation Line lets users raise or lower their workstation from 27” to 42” height at the push of a button, thus allowing them to alternatively sit and stand without disrupting their workflow. The Aura’s electric lifting columns reportedly ensure stability of the workstation at any height.
“With our eye on aesthetic design that Argosy has become known for, we have also partnered with industrial providers on technology for this line which has a high safety rating and offers performance standards only previously found in the medical industry.” says David Atkins, Argosy Console CEO and Design Director. “By incorporating anodized aluminum dual lifting columns with three part guidance, the Aura Sit-Stand workstation line offers a high degree of stability and operates at a very low noise level. “
The Aura Sit-Stand line is available in a larger studio-size (520) as well as personal-size (260), offering various options for the way that individual engineers work. All models feature under-mount racks on the left and right. For the upper work area, users can choose from a wrap-around desk surface, or add upward facing racks on the left and/or right wing of the desk.All the Aura Sit-Stand models provide internal cabling accommodations and pass-through for computers and multi-screen monitoring needs and feature attention to detail, including a padded armrest, sliding accessory drawers and perforated steel cover panels. Other optional accessories include articulating monitor arms for multi-display functionality, speaker platforms and blank panels.