Stand tall or sit comfortably. Choice is healthy. We have height-adjustable solutions for applications across the office landscape

So whether you need a standalone desk, workstation cluster, bench, or private office, we have a sit/stand solution for you.

standalone workstation bench private-office
Standalone Workstation Bench Private Office




Why Height-Adjustable Worksurfaces

  • Height-adjustable worksurfaces promote employee wellness
  • User-adjustable mechanisms give employees the freedom to choose between sitting and standing for improved health and productivity
  • The muscle activity needed for standing and other movement triggers important processes that break down fats and sugars in the body



  • Available with pneumatic or electric adjustment mechanism
  • Freestanding tables or panel-mounted
  • Spine-mounted worksurfaces support loads up to 25 pounds
  • Freestanding tables support 150+ pounds
  • Available in 1” or 1 ¼” thick worksurfaces in Nuform, laminate or veneer





Quick Facts

  • Scientists at Pennington Biomedical Research Center in Baton Rouge, LA, estimated that if everyone sat no more than three hours a day, the average life span would rise by two years.
  • 5 million deaths per year are attributed to inactivity compared to 5.3 million deaths per year because of smoking
  • Standing for two and one half hours per day burns an additional half pound per week.
  • A study of almost 5,000 people found that taking more than 10 activity breaks a day was associated with a lower waist circumference, lower triglyceride levels, blood pressure, glucose, insulin and systolic blood pressure, and higher “good” HDL cholesterol
  • The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey of about 5,000 people in the US found 50 to 70 percent of people spend six or more hours sitting a day and 20 to 35 percent of people in the US spend four or more hours a day watching TV
  • Canadian adults spend three-quarters of their waking hours each day sitting or reclining.

Top 5 Reasons Sitting Is Bad For You

    1. The longer you sit, the less efficient your body’s systems become
    2. Sitting disrupts blood sugar levels, lowers the breakdown of harmful cholesterol
    3. Can lead to increase in diabetes, blood pressure problems, cancer, heart attacks
    4. According to the Mayo Clinic, 50 to 70 percent of people spend six or more hours sitting a day
    5. Others estimate the average person spends up to 13 hours a day sitting – working, commuting, watching TV, playing electronic games, or personal time on their computers/tablets