Electric Sit/Stand Desk Frame with a Single Motor | Liberty

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A high-quality single motor height adjustable sit/stand desk is an integral part of a proper ergonomic workstation.

The Liberty electric sit/stand desking solutions are affordable and are keeping you active and healthy at work or in the home office. Raise and lower the desk frame from 715mm to 1190mm at the touch of a button.

The digital display and controller is equipped with an up and down button and four memory set buttons - all programmable to specific heights. The control operates the movement of the two-part telescopic legs at a rate of 30mm per second. For low energy consumption, the desk switches to sleep mode after a period of inactivity.

The Liberty desk can lift evenly up 80kgs. The frame is telescopic and can be fitted to these desk top sizes: 1200x800/600mm, 1400x800/600mm, 1600x800/600mm.

All prices exclude VAT.

Why choose a sit/stand desk frame? 

It has been known for years that sitting in a static position for 8 or more hours a day is bad for us and the increasing awareness of the health risks associated with prolonged sitting is boosting the demand for sit/stand desks.

For most of us, when we’re awake and not moving, we’re sitting- either at work or at home. When sitting the electrical activity in the muscles drop, which leads to harmful metabolic effects. For example, the rate in which calories are burnt immediately drop to about one per minute, a third of what it would be if you were up and walking. As well as this, insulin effectiveness drops within a day, and the risk of developing type 2 diabetes rises, which then heightens the risk of obesity. The workplace is the biggest contributor of sedentary lifestyles with most people sitting for up to 10 hours a day, finding a way to tackle these problems associated with prolonged sitting is an issue that needs to be accepted and solved. The solution is to change everyday behaviour in the workplace and introducing sit/stand desks to employees is key.

A sit/stand desk simply refers to a work station that can be adjusted in height by the user, so they can carry out everyday work tasks both sitting and standing. It is recommended that working positions should be changed from sitting to standing every 20–30 minutes, helping to eliminate the chances of developing any of the long-term health risks associated with prolonged sitting.

A high-quality single motor height adjustable sit/stand desk is an integral part of a proper ergonomic workstation.

The Liberty electric sit/stand desking solutions are affordable and are keeping you active and healthy at work or in the home office. Raise and lower the desk frame from 715mm to 1190mm at the touch of a button.

The digital display and controller is equipped with an up and down button and four memory set buttons - all programmable to specific heights. The control operates the movement of the two-part telescopic legs at a rate of 30mm per second. For low energy consumption, the desk switches to sleep mode after a period of inactivity.

The Liberty desk can lift evenly up 80kgs. The frame is telescopic and can be fitted to these desk top sizes: 1200x800/600mm, 1400x800/600mm, 1600x800/600mm.

All prices exclude VAT.

Why choose a sit/stand desk frame? 

It has been known for years that sitting in a static position for 8 or more hours a day is bad for us and the increasing awareness of the health risks associated with prolonged sitting is boosting the demand for sit/stand desks.

For most of us, when we’re awake and not moving, we’re sitting- either at work or at home. When sitting the electrical activity in the muscles drop, which leads to harmful metabolic effects. For example, the rate in which calories are burnt immediately drop to about one per minute, a third of what it would be if you were up and walking. As well as this, insulin effectiveness drops within a day, and the risk of developing type 2 diabetes rises, which then heightens the risk of obesity. The workplace is the biggest contributor of sedentary lifestyles with most people sitting for up to 10 hours a day, finding a way to tackle these problems associated with prolonged sitting is an issue that needs to be accepted and solved. The solution is to change everyday behaviour in the workplace and introducing sit/stand desks to employees is key.

A sit/stand desk simply refers to a work station that can be adjusted in height by the user, so they can carry out everyday work tasks both sitting and standing. It is recommended that working positions should be changed from sitting to standing every 20–30 minutes, helping to eliminate the chances of developing any of the long-term health risks associated with prolonged sitting.