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Ergotron Previews First Product Line for Contract Furniture Market at NeoCon 2018

Monday, June 11, 2018

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Elevating how people work, learn and care, Ergotron, Inc., today announced its continued commitment to the contract furniture market with the formation of Ergotron Contract and the introduction of JŪV™, an innovative product line of commercial grade furniture. NeoCon 2018 attendees will be the first to preview the JŪV Panel and JŪV Wall at the Mart in Chicago, June 11-13, 2018, booth #7-1106.

The JŪV non-electric, adjustable worksurface—panel or wall mount—rejuvenates new or existing space by empowering workers to move quickly and quietly from sit to stand throughout the day in a streamlined and organized environment. Providing full BIFMA ergonomic range—an industry first for a non-electric adjustable surface—transitioning is 8-10 times faster than traditional height adjustable tables.

JŪV is the first product line for Ergotron Contract, a dedicated team inspired by mobility, flexibility and collaboration creating active environments for today's innovative workforce and delivering holistic workspace options. Ergotron Contract's solutions empower designers to realize the potential of every space.

"Open office layouts and collaborative spaces are becoming the new standard in new office builds and renovations, and Ergotron wants to ensure that employers don't sacrifice wellness in the process," said Dana Lair, product development manager with Ergotron Contract. "The JŪV line brings new energy into the workplace, not only by incorporating beautiful design but also by helping businesses address their corporate wellness objectives by integrating natural movement into their employee workspaces."

With the JŪV family of products, businesses can rejuvenate otherwise unused or overlooked spaces in commercial environments. Designed with a fully concealed cable management system, users have access to power and data at their fingertips without sacrificing aesthetics. Designed to avoid floor supports, the line provides ample leg room and additional space for storage or accessories.

Additional product features include:

  • Ergonomic height markers to ensure a comfortable fit for any body type
  • Broad panel integration with multiple furniture lines, including Haworth, Steelcase, Knoll, Herman Miller, Tekinon, Allsteel and Inscape
  • Customizable front panel that aligns with any office design
  • Optional heavy duty or light duty monitor riser supports ergonomic screen position
  • Variety of worksurface options and sizes
  • JŪV Wall worksurface folds up for work, down when not in use




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