For perfect stability
The desktop frame supports the desktop and is the connecting element between the columns and desktop. Together with the cantilever feet and the lift columns, it gives the frame the necessary stability and makes sure the desk runs smoothly during adjustment by the electric motor.
Your requirements determine the framework
The desktop frame consists of a tubular structure and two desktop supports at the side and is configured to meet your individual requirements.
The following factors determine the type of desk frame and are essential for the configuration.
These factors determine
which desktop frame is suitable
Size of the desktop frame
The width of the desktop also determines the dimensions of the desktop frame. If you do not wish to be restricted to a certain desktop size when selecting the desktop frame, then the variable desktop frame is the recommended option. It is designed for desktop widths between 1200 mm and 2000 mm. Along with the desktop depth, between 800 mm and 1000 mm, it determines the type of desktop frame.
Symmetrical or asymmetrical
The position of the lift columns on the cantilever feet determine whether the lift columns are connected to the desktop frame symmetrically or asymmetrically.
Symmetrical (T design)
Asymmetrical (C design)
Desktop bolted on, sliding or foldable
There are three ways of attaching the desktop to the frame. It can be bolted on. Alternatively, it can slide horizontally or be tilted at a 90° angle. In each case, the desktop is supplied with the appropriate fittings.
Bolted or tool-free assembly concept
The electrically powered lift columns can either be attached to the desktop frame with a normal screwdriver or clicked into position without the need for any tools (SnapX assembly concept).
With or without cable management
The desktop frame can be supplied with or without a cable management tray.