Mechanisms

Sit-Stand Mechanisms

Research shows that the ability to move easily from sitting to standing while at the office significantly reduces fatigue and improves circulation. Weber Knapp’s unique mechanisms position your user’s work surface to the ideal height for convenience and ergonomic wellness.

  • Reduce musculoskeletal disorders and eye strain
  • Better ROI through improved employee energy and productivity
  • Adapts to the user

We only use high-quality, durable materials to build our sit-stand mechanisms.

Cobra
Houdini
UC
Easy Mate
Extended Easy Riser
Mini Cobra
Nano
Z-Bracket
Position Mate
Stubby Easy Riser
Micro Cobra
Super Stubby Easy Riser
Classic
Stubby SAKM

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