Ergo tables

The ErgoTable is a disability friendly table in ergonomic design. That means it is a table using modern welfare technology and that is designed using ergonomic principles to secure the best possible everyday life for people with limited functional capacity.

The flexibility of the table makes it possible for the users to become self-reliant which in the end adds to the quality of life.

Description

A disability friendly table for seated and standing use

The ErgoTable is a disability friendly table in ergonomic design. That means it is a table using modern welfare technology and that is designed using ergonomic principles to secure the best possible everyday life for people with limited functional capacity.

The flexibility of the table makes it possible for the users to become self-reliant which in the end adds to the quality of life.

Height adjustable table with a tilting tabletop

You can adjust the ErgoTable from 56-90 cm in height. The table is manually adjusted by using a handle that is easy to mount on the leg under the tabletop.

As you can set the height according to the needs of the individual user and the specific needs, the table is well-suited for both standing and seated work. Furthermore, it also makes it possible to vary the work position at the table, and the user can shift positions during the day if required.

If you need a higher table, you can increase the adjustable interval to 66-100 cm by adding an adapter.

The ErgoTable is available with a tilting tabletop that can be tilted with stepped angles up to 54°. This feature makes the table especially suitable for weak-sighted and users with limited reach or mobility.

Flexibility due to the broad range of shapes and sizes

The ErgoTable models comes in two sizes: 90×60 cm and 120×60 cm. However, the tabletop is available in several types with either a fixed tabletop, a tilting tabletop or a combination of the two. This array of tabletop types makes the table flexible enough to accommodate most users’ needs.

You can choose a tabletop that is fixed without the ability to tilt the tabletop, or you can choose the entire tabletop to be tiltable.

Combine a fixed and tiltable tabletop

You can also choose a combination where a part of the tabletop can tilt, and the other part is fixed. This can be an advantage if you would like pens and pencils lying on the table while you tip another part of the worktop to read or work.

If you decide on a combined fixed and tiltable tabletop, you can also choose whether you prefer the fixed part of the tabletop to be on the left or the right side of the table.

With the wide range of options to adjust the table according to the individual needs, you get a table with the flexibility you need to become independent and more self-reliant.

The details that make the difference

It is often the smaller details that make the big difference. That is why you will also find the accessories that make the ErgoTable just a tad better than most other handicap friendly tables.

When the tabletop can tilt, you need a solution to keep papers and documents from sliding off the table. The supporting ruler helps you organize the documents and make them stay where you need them on the tabletop making it a pleasure to work or read at the table – no matter if the top is tilted or not.

Besides the supporting ruler, you can also get a pen holder that is attached to the table edge. This way it does not take up space on the tabletop which is an advantage especially if you need a smaller table size.

For people with mobility disabilities, the arm supports can offer help to rest the forearms when sitting by the table. At the same time, they can also help the user to a more balanced sitting position because they provide slight body support.

A table for work, training, school or play

The ErgoTable’s ergonomic and elegant design makes it suitable for many different purposes, but common to them all is, that is it a table created for people with mobility disabilities.

For example, wheelchair users are guaranteed easy access to the table because it is designed without any cross bars. This feature is essential when choosing a table to match the needs of people using a wheelchair.

The tilting table top is a big advantage to visually impaired and users with limited reach because it becomes much easier to work and read by the table.

In all, the ErgoTable is an excellent solution when looking for handicap friendly table that will last for years.

ErgoTable technical data

Max. load capacity: 100 kg
Height: 56-90 cm
Depth: 60 cm
Width: 90 or 120 cm
Inner width: 73.6 or 104.6 cm
Standard colour tabletop: light grey
Max. load capacity on ruler: ca. 8 kg
Max. load capacity on holder: about 5 kg

Brand

Ropox

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