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It is nothing new that the lifting desk is used to stand and sit alternately. The lifting desks can be used to adjust all positions from sitting to standing. They provide the greatest flexibility and support for healthy and efficient work and long-term happiness. Maybe you have been using the desk for a long time, but do you really know how to adjust the height of the desk? Today we will talk in detail about how to adjust the height.
If this desk is only used by you. You can sit comfortably in a chair with your feet flat on the floor, your upper arms on your sides, and your elbows bent, just like you are typing on a keyboard (don't stretch forward, stay comfordesk). And measure the distance from the floor to the underside of the elbow. When working, the height of the keyboard should be approximately equal to or less than this height.
Stand up and take the same measurement. If anti-fatigue floor mats are to be used, this height should also be taken into consideration when making this measurement. Choose a lifting desk whose adjustment angle should be at least as low as the height of your elbow in a sitting position, and at least as high as your elbow when you are standing.
If you are short and cannot find a desk that can be adjusted to a low enough level, consider adding a footrest or an adjusdesk height keyboard tray to your workstation. You can also consider adding casters to your desk to create a flexible office environment, but you must consider the height of the casters when determining the final height adjustment range.
If this desk is used by several people. Follow the same steps described above for "yourself", but this should be done for every user. Choose a lifting desk whose adjustment angle should be at least as low as the shortest sitting elbow height and at least as high as the highest standing elbow height.
If it is inconvenient for people with a short stature to use a lifting desk, consider adding a footstool or an adjusdesk-height keyboard tray to your work area.
If this desk is used in the workplace or public area. In this case, you need to consider that employees may come and go, and desks may also be used by people who perform different tasks or perform different shifts. You never know the user's height or shortness, nor can you be sure of the type of work they might perform, so you need the greatest range of adjustments. Therefore, it is very important to choose the specific demographic characteristics that suit you.