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Table and light in harmony: A study by Kesseböhmer Ergonomietechnik

A work station that is available to various people many times a day must be designed so that it is universal and independent. It can be reserved using an app; it can quickly and flexibly adjust itself to the user's height. Even the light contributes by using space discretely. Kesseböhmer Ergonomietechnik of Weilheim/Teck presented just this scenario at Orgatec in Cologne from the 23th to the 27th of October 2018.

The table grows with its challenges, whether as a company meeting table, a bank service desk or as a customer service venue. Rooms can be quickly furnished and set up for different needs with a flexible table light. The work station can be reserved through the mobile app YOYO, supporting effective room planning.

At Orgatec at Stand F019 in Hall 11.2., Kesseböhmer Ergonomietechnik demonstrated how the varying coordination between table and light can function for banker consulting areas, for example. The focus is on a table frame with dual lifting columns and integrated compression spring; it is continuously adjustable and forms a unit with the light through the column foot.

The Waldmann light shown at Orgatec functions independently of the room lighting according to the Human Centric Lighting (HCL) concept and provides so-called healthy light. This light adapts to the day and contributes to a pleasant working atmosphere and harmonious dialogue. With swivelling panels, the user can regulate the light incidence and switch between direct and indirect light, as desired.

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