Ergostyle® Components for the Office Equipment Industry Now Available from Elesa

The Ergostyle® range of standard components available from Elesa has been specifically designed with the modern office environment in mind, including adjustable handles and levelling feet.

Metheringham, United Kingdom, June 18, 2020 --( The Elesa Ergostyle® range of standard components has been specifically designed with the modern office environment in mind, including adjustable handles like the ERX series for setting up desks, display stands, chairs, computer stands and more. Levelling feet, of course, find common usage in offices around the world, with or without non-slip pads to fit desks, stands, work tops, computer stands, printer stands etc. While the Elesa LMP range is invaluable in steel or stainless steel, with pivot bases to self-align on uneven floors, the LX range with technopolymer base does not require angular adjustment.

As market leading manufacturers to this global industry, Elesa conceived their Ergostyle® products to provide soft curved aesthetics and comfortable manual operation for office equipment. Form and function follow hand-in-hand so people of all ages and sizes are able to use equipment with ease, whatever their hand size or grip strength. This is an environment where ergonomics and design style are balanced to enhance workspace, and where Ergostyle® products achieve this.

The design and production of both offices themselves, and the equipment within them, develop slowly over time. These are places where fashion touches but good design persists – like Ergostyle®.

Other Ergostyle® components include handwheels and crank handles for library type storage units, knobs for desktop equipment, bridge handles for drawers and doors or carrying of instruments, inset handles for sliding doors and door locks for office cupboards.

Ergostyle® products are often notable by the inclusion of colour markers in one of seven specialist colours, which can be used to identify function or co-ordinate with the interior design of the building.
Daniel Hodson
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