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Anthro Corporation, the Oregon-area manufacturer of modular furniture for technology, presents the new redesigned Carl’s Table; an integrated work environment that is an ideal workplace for soft copy reading in all radiology environments.
Anthro Corporation, the Oregon-area manufacturer of modular furniture for technology, presents the new redesigned Carl’s Table; an integrated work environment that is an ideal workplace for soft copy reading in all radiology environments. The new Carl’s Table was made with guidance and close cooperation from radiologists all over the United States.
Anthro Corporation is now manufacturing, selling and shipping Carl’s Table (in the European market known as the AW-170 table) to all radiology markets, including hospitals, clinics, and imaging centers, as well as to the veterinary and dental markets.
The new Carl’s Table now holds up to four monitors on arms that can be pulled closer to the radiologist for close reading. Carl’s Table has a motorized adjustable height work surface that will now lower the work surface to 25.5”, and raise the work surface up to a standing position as high as 50”. The tilt adjustment facilitates all individual work positions, sitting or standing. The tilting surface supports the forearm and shoulders, dramatically decreasing the risk of musculoskeletal disorders.
A large “Coffee Surface”, a side shelf for personal items, can now be mounted either to the left or to the right of the work surface. Carl’s Table comes standard with one CPU Holder, but a second CPU holder can be purchased as an accessory, and will fit on the opposite side of the table from the first CPU Holder.
Glare-free back lighting is achieved with the stations integrated automatic light correction. Automatic sensors point to specific monitors to respond to the light density of the image on each monitor. In manual mode, the rear and front task lights can be dimmed independently, and the front task lights are on a goose-neck arm, providing ultimate flexibility in adjustment.
The rear panel is easily removed for access to monitors, cables and power outlets. Carl’s Table comes with 14 electrical outlets, 10 outlets are on the rear and 4 outlets are accessible at the front of the table.
The sound absorbent and lit background screen is now darker in color, and provides an undisturbed and private work environment.
Anthro Corp., was founded in 1984 as a wholly owned subsidiary of Tektronix, and became an independent company in 1988. Anthro is a leading manufacturer of furniture for technology for the medical, business, engineering, government, education, and home markets.
Anthro Corporation, Technology Furniture®, the Oregon-area manufacturer of heavy duty utility equipment carts, introduces Convoi, a mobile technology cart. Convoi is a small sturdy cart with excellent mobility...
Anthro Corporation, Technology Furniture®, the Oregon-area manufacturer of heavy duty utility equipment carts, introduces Convoi, a mobile technology cart
Convoi is a small sturdy cart with excellent mobility on 5” directional locking casters. With various widths and heights, and adjustable shelf height within the unit, it provides ultimate flexibility in creating a cart for smaller spaces as a lab cart, equipment cart, or test lab cart; for use anywhere a heavy duty small cart is needed.
To create the ideal Convoi cart solution, users start with a basic frame, then build the cart to suit specific needs. Users can choose from a variety of shelf types, including a wood cap shelf, a tilt shelf, a metal shelf, an inboard shelf or a base shelf. Then they can add other options, varying from drawer systems, a handle, cable management, LCD support, power options, a cable shroud and a keyboard support.
The external dimensions of this equipment cart range from 20-36” wide x 20-40” in height. The depth is 22”. Convoi is fully reconfigurable, so if needs change over time, the cart can change with them. It has cable management built into the legs of the cart to hide your cords.
Constructed of aluminum and steel, Convoi has a total weight capacity of 500 lbs. It comes standard with a frame that has durable powder coat finish and consists of two legs, two cross tubes, two base tubes and four directional 5” locking casters.
In addition to the full range of standard accessories, special customization is an option if the number of carts ordered meets the custom quantity requirements. Some of these options include custom logos and graphics, mounting provisions, custom hole-patterns and various colors.
Anthro Corp. was founded in 1984. They design, manufacture, and market furniture only for high tech equipment, providing solutions for the engineering, business, medical, government, education, and home markets.