When we design and manufacture computer furniture at Versa, we keep three main points in mind; functionality, durability, and ergonomics
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 10, 2008 -
It's no mystery that for the past decade Versa Tables has been manufacturing and selling some of the most durable, functional computer furniture available on the market today. With several lines of computer desks and tables filling classrooms, computer labs, and training centers across the country, the quality of Versa Tables has never been in question. Due to the increasing length of time that people are spending at their desk in front of a computer, though, ergonomics has become one of the biggest concerns when it comes to choosing the very best computer furniture.
"When we design and manufacture computer furniture at Versa, we keep three main points in mind; functionality, durability, and ergonomics", remarked Chris Stormer, Chief Operations Officer at Versa Tables. "All three issues are of the utmost importance to us, but ergonomics often takes the most time and effort due to the ever changing way people are incorporating computers and new technology into their lives. The ergonomic standard for keyboard trays in 2001 may be different than the standard of today, and we are able to incorporate those changes into our designs as they happen. That's one of the most unique aspects of our company. We are flexible enough to shift with the market and always be one step ahead of the competition."
As one of the top suppliers of computer desks and tables to universities and military training centers in the United States, Versa Tables has a lot of pressure to perform. It's not just a demand from the public to produce ergonomically correct products that appeal to the market, it's meeting and exceeding some of the most stringent testing guidelines governing the manufacturing sector in the U.S. The ANSI / BIFMA Safety and Performance Guidelines are developed by the Business and Institutional Furniture Manufacturing Association Engineering Committee. The standards are reviewed every five years according to guidelines established by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). The standards are intended to provide manufacturers, specifiers, and users with a common basis for evaluating safety, durability, and the structural adequacy of the specified furniture, independent of construction materials. The standards define specific tests, laboratory equipment to be used, the conditions of test, and the minimum acceptance levels to be used in evaluating these products.
"All Versa Tables products meet or exceed ANSI / BIFMA testing guidelines", mentioned Stormer. "Not many people who are in the market for computer furniture even know what that means, so a lot of our competitors don't even bother to spend the time and money it requires to achieve these standards. It matters to us though. Knowing that are customers are getting furniture that not only meets their needs, but is the best when it comes to safety, structural integrity and ergonomics makes every painstaking hour and dollar spent 100% worth it for us."
In a landscape riddled with cheap knockoffs and foreign-import substandard furniture, American made tables and desks from Versa Tables are a breath of fresh air. When evaluating your next purchase of computer furniture, it's a good idea to use the focus on the same three points that Versa does; functionality, durability, and ergonomics.