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AXESS TRADING DESK
1500mm wide x 950mm Deep Back-to-back desk configuration. Scalloped 25mm thick work surface with moulded polyurethane nosing and rear anti-spill upstand. Available in low glare Laminate, Veneer or Linoleum finish. Curved toughed glass Endpanel with chamfered edge. Horizontal Monobeam accessory rail for flatscreen support mechanisms, power modules and loom connections. Fully articulated Axiom flatscreen arms mounted to a single tier Slatrail.
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A. B. C. Full depth 25mm thick work surface with moulded polyurethane nosing and rear anti-spill upstand. Available in low glare Laminate, Veneer or Linoleum finish. Removable plinth access doors with ventilation pattern and thumb-turn catch. Horizontal Monobeam accessory rail for flatscreen support mechanisms, power modules and loom connections. Shared Endframe with extruded Aluminium vertical legs which incorporate a cable management channel and termination area for power and data distribution. Central Ventilation Chimney with curved top profile. Perforated area is balanced with door intake to ensure warm air exhausts without restriction. Fully articulated Axiom flatscreen support mounted to quick release vertical posts. Arms have integral cable management.
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SINGLE DESK CONFIGERATION
Back to back desk configurations can be split to create single desks
Single back panel
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Downstand Optional downstand to stop paper etc falling between desks.
Worksurface can be set at a height between 720 – 770mm FFL, in 10mm increments. Access to the technology tray is through the lift out rear infills.
Easy adjustment Height is adjusted by slackening two locking bolts and fixing setter screw in hole for desired height.
Ergonomic travel 720 – 770mm
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Adjustment for IT access Height adjustment to raise worksurface to 1395mm providing access to the technology tray and plinth. Controls are removable and only issued to trained facilities personnel to ensure worksurface is only raised by authorized persons.
Electrical Height adjustment
Frame will lift 140kg using telescopic electric legs.
Tested by FIRA to conform to : BS EN 527-1 (2000) Office furniture. Work tables and desks. Dimensions. BS EN 527-2: (2002) Office furniture. Work tables and desks. Mechanical Safety requirements BS 6396: (2002) Electrical systems in office furniture and office screens.
Up / Down buttons Basic controller to allow full travel of leg when buttons depressed.
Digital controller Can be programmed with 3 preset heights. Digital readout to shown worksurface height.
Ergonomic adjustment for seated use
Desktop height adjusted by either facilities or with a control on every desk by individuals. Height can be adjusted to assist posture. Normal range of travel is 720 – 770mm for this purpose.
Ergonomic adjustment for standing use
Worksurface is raised to a position suited to user when standing. Controllers would be issued to every desk so users can vary between sit and stand positions.
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TRADING DESK DESIGN
1500 mm x 950 mm desk foot print, with raised floor, and minimum access / space planning requirements. The desk banks are shown with 4400 mm between centres. Outlet boxes can be optionally mounted directly into the dealing desks Undertray.
Desks typically 4,400 mm centre to centre Raised floor
Data outlets on a 1.8m x 1.8m grid. At each grid location, the cables will be anchored to the floor, and then installed within 7metre umbilical tail, then terminated within a Floor Outlets Box.
Data boxes will be passed through a floor grommet(s) and be mounted directly into the dealing desks on the Timber termination board.
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Desktop Outlets Main Loom outlets for USB, Serial, dealer board etc. Mounted on the rear beam for ease of access.
Flexible articulated cable management to route cables from worksurface to the PC trolley on a sitstand desk frame. With quick release function on back of CPU trolley.
Mass connector Mass connector fitted to the rear of the trolley. Allows quick removal and relocation of trolley on trading floor.
Video pod Outlets for Audio and video fitted at high level on Slatwall or post to ensure it is close to the screens it supplies.
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Internal Cable Trough Flexible cable trough fixed to the underside of the worksurface. To house power specifically for the monitors thereby minimising the number of cables to be managed when the desk work surface is elevated.
Monobeam Accessory tool bar for Flatscreen support, Power mounting and cable management.
Anaconda To contain and route cables from the tray to the underside of the work surface.
Access doors Latched hinged lift off doors with optional upgrade of thermal backing
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Power and Cable routes
C - Personal power Personal power module mounted at desk top level on monobeam.
A - Integral cable channels Cable channels throughout desk frame to ensure clear and protected cable routes.
D - Desk internal power Sockets mounted on the underside of the worksurface so screen and desktop cables have a shorter distance to travel MCB on the timber Termination board. Sockets can also be mounted in the tray.
B - Cable clips SBFI have a range of cable clips to manage cables around the desk from plinth to Slatwall.
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Mobile CPU trolley
Mobile CPU Trolley with integral handle within the front face. Upgrade with adjustable vertical side restraints to hold PCs securely. Add movable rear section which facilitates access to cables and back of CPUs whilst accommodating the Loom.
1. Standard Flatbed Trolley Supports 3 no. CPU’s.
2. Flatbed Trolley with Wings Supports up to 4 no. CPU’s.
3. Adjustable Loom Enabled Trolley Supports up to 4 no. CPU’s.
Rear IT management & access
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Monobeam support spine
Monobeam Aluminium extruded profile The monobeam provides a stable structure to fit Flatscreen arm supports such as the Quick release post and the Slatrail tool bar. The beam gives posts horizontal adjustment and a fixing profile for various accessories.
Cable clips Nut groves allow the fitting of cable ties and clips
Quick release vertical post To fit axiom flatscreen arms. Power A range of power modules can be accommodated
Cable tray Flexible tray that travels up and down with height adjustable Worksurfaces
Slatrail Attach single or two tier slatrail systems
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AXIOM ARM FEATURES Top loading quick release vesa head Release screen in seconds User height adjustment Adjust monitor height by up to 125mm with a user operated handle Cables Simple hook-over cable management
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AXIOM ARM FEATURES Slatwall mounted axiom arm
Poles available from 100mm up to 450mm depending for extra height adjustment
Post mounted axiom arm
Arm moves smoothly up and down the pole
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STAGE 1 Natural induction Under 700W
Axess is designed to have a natural airflow through the desk. Ambient air is drawn through the door vents by CPU fans Direct air exhausted from CPUs is stopped by a non-ventilated door Warm air from plinth exhausts through chimney
Right hand door has no perforations to ensure warm air expelled from the back of the CPUs is not directed to the user. The warm air stops at the door and travels up to the chimney. Central Ventilation Chimney with curved top profile. Perforated area is balanced with door intake to ensure warm air exhausts without restriction.
STAGE 2 Natural induction Over 700W
SBFI thermal barrier added to doors
STAGE 3 Natural induction Over 1KW
SBFI thermal barrier to doors, Fans to chimney Sealing brush to tray and chimney
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DESK TOP SPECIFICATION OPTION A
25mm thick work surface with moulded polyurethane nosing and rear anti-spill upstand. Available in low glare Laminate, Veneer or Linoleum finish. Two removable infills rear anti-spill upstand . Scallops provide cable access tray and I.T equipment mounted within. Optional name plate holder Full depth 25mm thick work surface with moulded polyurethane nosing and integral rear anti-spill upstand.
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Rear spill upstand Rear Polyurethane anti-spill up stand
Finger pull Polyurethane nosing incorporating a finger pull detail to the underside to aide body/chair manoeuvrability.
Nosing Moulded Polyurethane nosing.
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Laminate or veneer carcass Laminate, linoleum or veneer worktop available with square edge or moulded polyurethane nosing FEATURES Equipment access flap at rear Available as single file enclosure to suit single desk Provides end of run location for printers/ fax machines
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Available in square or fast back configurations Metal or timber construction including timber drawer front on metal carcass FEATURES Lockable three drawer mobile pedestal, incorporating : Top - Personal drawer with pen tidy tray Middle – General purpose box drawer Bottom - Filing drawer to accommodate A4 hanging files Optional removable upholstered seat cushion Fabric can be Camira or Kvadrat all ranges. Specialised pencil trays and dividers also available
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end panels available in veneer, laminate and glass Glass end panels available in clear, opaque or sand-blasted finish and with personalised digitally printed graphics
Fully enclosed square end panel
Fully enclosed curved end panel
Semi enclosed square end panel
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TRADING DESK DESIGN
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TRADING DESK DESIGN
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ELECTRICALLY OPERATED HEIGHT ADJUSTABLE DESKS
Using height adjustable desks in the office is a good ergonomics practice. People are able to adjust the height of their desks to suit them without either having to raise the desk on blocks or use a footrest to bring the floor to their feet! They are also able to alternate between seated and standing work positions, which is recommended in the ergonomic standard for VDU workstations (BS EN ISO 9241 Part 5). Electric motors are particularly important for sit stand desking where the desk top will have to be moved up or down by 400 to 700mm. In such situations mechanical cranking would be unsuitable as it would take much too long (user may get fed up and do not bother to change their positions from sit to stand or vice versa) and would require significant physical effort from the user. Electric motors would enable the desks to go up fairly quickly without requiring any real effort from the user. Electric motors would raise the desktops at a constant speed, which is acceptable to the user but not so fast that the equipment can be dislodged. Their motion is smooth and therefore whilst changing the height of the desk electronic equipment, such as PC and screen on desk remain undisturbed. Electric motors used in height adjustable desks are quite, some are almost noiseless, so much so that a person at the other end of the telephone of a desk user who is raising/lowering his/her desk, is unaware of the noise. Because of the ease, smoothness and quietness of the desk operation a call centre operator can raise their desk whilst at the same time remaining fully attentive to the customer. Electrically operated desk tops do not have to be adjusted to suit the varying weights placed on the desk, ie the desk would operate the same way whether I added another screen or a large printer on the desk, unlike the gas strut operated desks. If the weight supported on the desktop of gas strut operated desk is changed significantly, the movement of the desktop will be much quicker depending on how significant the change of the weight carried on the desk is. If the weight carried on the desk is significantly reduced (eg removing 4 of the 8 screens on the desk), once the gas strut lever is operated the desk top will move up rather quickly and unexpectedly; this could hit the users if they were leaning over the desk. Conversely, if the weight carried on the desk is increased significantly (eg adding 4 screens to the desk with 4 screens already on it) once the gas strut lever is operated the desk top will move down rather quickly and unexpectedly; this could hit the users knees if they were sitting down at their desks. The electrical motors which are used in height adjustable desks are generically safe as they use low voltage (24V). Provided that the electric motors comply with the low voltage appliances directive and electricity regulations, there should not be any real safety issues with the electric motors in the height adjustable desks.
Levent Çaglar Senior Ergonomist
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