Our split top mechanisms allow for the creation of a height adjustable surface when added to either a fixed-height, or height-adjustable table. Whether the user is seated in a chair, on a stool or standing, our unique mechanisms easily position large worksurfaces to an exact and comfortable working height. Compare our three models’ vertical travel range, tilt adjustability, width, retractability and price to determine which product and options will best fit your needs.
- Patented, spring-assisted design includes paddle-actuated height positioning through a 12-3/4″ travel range: 7″ up and 5-3/4″ down
- Soft knob enables +9˚ /-15˚ tilt for proper ergonomic alignment
- Numerous widths available
Height Set: Paddle-Actuated Height Positioning
Tilt Adjustment: +9°/-15°
Tilt Set By: 2 Soft Knobs
Spring Assist Options: 15 or 20 lb
Finish: Black Textured Powder Coat
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