Whether it’s control rooms, control consoles and control stations for major industrial concerns or the operations centers at transportation companies, airports or energy providers, these hubs of activity frequently operate 24 hours a day. Thus it goes without saying that the demands placed on the technology and furniture in these environments are correspondingly high and that ergonomic design is a must. Knürr Technical Furniture from Arnstorf in Lower Bavaria has been one of the leading specialists in furniture for mission-critical environments for over 20 years. It designs, manufactures and sells technical workstation systems for control consoles, control rooms and electronic laboratories all over the world. At HANNOVER MESSE 2016, the company is exhibiting it latest development – the innovative Knürr Dacobas Advanced control room console.
If it’s the ergonomic qualities of this furniture that appeal most to users, technicians are looking for quick and simple ways of exchanging components in a matter of minutes if the need arises. Nowadays, modularity is key – and customers look for maximum flexibility so they can combine the individual components any which way they like to form a wide variety of workplace set-ups. Knürr’s new Dacobas Advanced control room console sets entirely new standards in fulfilling all these requirements. Not only is the system modular and thus future-proof, but a long list of special properties means it wins hands down in terms of ergonomics and efficiency. These include its straight or lowered monitor level, low-noise, passive ventilation, adaptability to existing interiors, maximum stability, range of worktop depths, integrated technical pedestal, convenient cable management and, last but not least, its standards compliance.
Knürr Technical Furniture GmbH (94424 Arnstorf, Germany), Hall 12, Stand D60