A disability-friendly table for seated and standing use
The ErgoTable was designed using ergonomic principles and modern technology to contribute to the best possible everyday life for people with limited functional capacity.
The flexibility of the table makes it possible for the users to become more self-reliant which improves their quality of life.
Height adjustable table with a tilting tabletop
Turn the handle to manually adjust the height from 22″ – 35-1/2″ according to the needs of the individual user. This table is well-suited for both standing and seated work based upon the user’s preferences and ability. An optional adapter is available to increase the adjustable interval to 26″ – 39-1/2″.
The ErgoTable is available with a tilting tabletop that can be tilted with stepped angles up to 54° making the table especially suitable for visually impaired and users with limited reach or mobility.
Flexibility due to the broad range of shapes and sizes
The ErgoTable models are available in two sizes: 35-1/2″ x 23-1/2″ and 47-1/4″ x 23-1/2″. A variety of tabletop styles: fixed, tilting, or partial tilting, allows the ErgoTable to be flexible enough to accommodate most user’s needs.
Combine a fixed and tiltable tabletop
You may choose partial tilting, a combination where a part of the tabletop can tilt and the other part is fixed. The advantage of this style is to have part of the tabletop remain flat allowing items to remain on the tabletop surface, while the other part is tilted to improve workspace angle. The tilted portion may be on the left or right side of the table, based upon preference.
With the wide range of options to adjust the table according to the individual needs, you get a table with the flexibility needed to become independent and more self-reliant.
The details that make the difference
It is often the smaller details that make the big difference. Ropox accessory options for the ErgoTable all provide benefits to the end user and their caretakers.
The Supporting Ruler will help organize documents and hold reading material while the tabletop is tilted.
The Pen Holder can attach to the table’s edge to allow for pens, pencils and other smaller items be within reach.
Arm Supports for people with mobility disabilities will offer the ability to rest forearms allowing for a more balanced sitting position and provide slight body support while sitting at the table.
A table for work, training, school or play
The ErgoTable’s ergonomic and elegant design makes it suitable for many different purposes, especially for those with mobility disabilities.
The tilting tabletop is a big advantage to visually impaired and users with limited reach because it becomes much easier to work and read by the table.
Wheelchair users have full access to the table with the ability to roll underneath without obstruction.
In all, the ErgoTable is an excellent solution when looking for disability-friendly table that will last for years.