Your regular office environment is in a retreat. Many establishments have either closed or have moved to the home-office set-up. At any rate, with a fast internet connection, work can still be done outside the office.
This is one of our home-office installations. What’s presented in the picture is one of the clusters, a 3-inline office cubicle. The others, 2 clusters of four are not shown.
Office Cubicle Size
One cubicle here measures 105 x 60 x 120. That is, the height is 105 centimeters (cm), the depth is 60 cm and the width is 120 cm. Take note however that this was before the pandemic. There are now changes to cubicle sizes and design due to some health protocols. One of which is the height of these partition panels.
This one in the picture is 105 cm high. The side panels are 60 cm, just equal to the table depth. Right now, the partition height is at least 120 cm and the side panels could be at least 90 cm. Enough to keep you minimally isolated from your next mate.
So, here are some particulars of this 3-inline office cubicle:
The Partition Panels
The two-tone aluminum panels are a combination of aluminum and fabric. The gray lower portion is the perforated aluminum walls. The upper part is the navy-blue fabric mounted over a thin sheet of wood. Overall, the thickness of these panels is only three centimeters. Slim and sleek.
The aluminum panels are easier to clean than the pure fabric ones. A small brush and soap would quickly wipe common dirt out. Also, the dismantling of the panels is easily done in case you’d want to move the cubicles to other areas.
Made of MDF or the medium density fiberboard. The 2.5-centimeter MDF tabletop is covered with melamine laminate. This laminate provides strength to the fiberboard and makes it more sturdy and attractively shiny. The table is attached and kept stable in the panels by fixing smaller table brackets. The brackets are screwed into the wooden tables and slid into the aluminum frame channels. The tabletop is provided with either two or one grommet hole located on the far corner of this computer table. The hole gives access to the power and data cables from the floor to your laptop or PC. The cables below are kept clean and secure by the aluminum raceway underneath.
Each of these cubicles is supplied with cabinets that have three drawers. Good for office papers, some of your personal files, and your bag even. These cabinets are sometimes called under-desk file cabinets. The mobile pedestal is provided with a safety lock and key. There is an option to attach a drawer to the table. But it affects the wiggle room of your legs. Larger and longer tables would be fine for table drawers.
This is a high-back mesh office chair without a headrest. The seat is padded for additional comfort. The backrest is made of fully elastic mesh support that returns to its shape after you recline. And yes, this staff chair has a unique flexing lumbar support which gives more comfort to your back.
The plastic armrest is adequately fastened to the underside of the seat. While padded armrest is more comfortable, it is less durable and costs more. The caster wheels of the chair smoothen your back and forth movement. There is no need to stand if you want to reach out to something close.
Workzone provides a free estimate of your home-office set-up for free. Call us now! 0917-884-9311