08.21.2008 12:00 AM
Custom Consoles Brings Furniture Systems to IBC
Custom Consoles comes to IBC2008 to exhibit enhancements to its range of control room desks, graphic-suite furniture, storage pods and monitor display mounts.

Custom Consoles has expanded System 2, the company’s multi-element furniture system designed for free-standing or pod-mounted equipment such as graphics workstations and editing terminals. It includes the S2-01A desk and S2-2A, both electrically adjustable in height from 660 to 1,200 mm (26 to 48 inches).

The company’s Media Desk forms the basis of an ergonomically-efficient working environment for desktop editing systems, allowing users to adjust working posture at their own desks or when operating across several locations. It’s constructed using Custom Consoles’ M-Desk silver extruded aluminum desk legs and features include large-diameter radial corners with high-density curved edging and a choice of hard-wearing upper-surface finishes.

The Module-R range of control room furniture system combines an aesthetically pleasing style with high durability in products including high-quality pods, base sections, 19-inch rack housings, worktops, end-panel modules and legs. The desk pods are available as single-bay sections with up 10 U chassis capacity.

Custom Consoles will also show its Media Wall, designed to accommodate large or small arrays of flat-panel monitors and ancillary equipment. Media Wall incorporates height-adjustable horizontal beams suspended between 2-meter-high silver-anodized aluminum columns.

Custom Consoles will be at Stand 8.A40.

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