Functional, solid, reliable
Completely committed to function, SINAC offers everything essential for an ergonomic workplace. In addition to the possibility of height adjustment by unscrewing the foot plugs, the tube-in-tube version also allows height adjust-ment from 650 - 850 mm. In addition, the versatile desk range also offers a free choice for your workplace appearance. With SINAC, you can choose between round or square tubes without having to forego essential functions.
Contemporary workplace design
The contemporary round-tube-construction of SINAC is committed to a combination of round and straight-line forms without losing clarity of the visual appearance. By twisting out the standing elements, SINAC masters a height compen-sation of 80 mm (680 - 760 mm).
Ergonomics for all sizes
SINAC finds the right working position for every height. In line with its functional approach, SINAC now provides everything an ergonomic workplace needs by the tube-in-tube version (650 - 850 mm) – with round or square tube. The height difference for your health amounts to 200 mm.
Working in a square
The desk system SINAC is an incredibly versatile program. By using the square-tube-version, an entirely new visual appearance is being created – straight-line and clear. SINAC can be optimally extended for the particular functional space by additional adaptations such as TERIO PLUS desktop partitions.
Here I want to work
SINAC stands for a clear shape, optimal functionality and high quality materials. Reduced in design, but nevertheless demanding and convincing. Whether you choose round or square tubes, the stable SINAC desk system provides a large variety of design solutions without aban-doning the essential functions.
Talks at 'eye-level'
The SINAC high table is ideal for short meetings or smaller standing presentations. The comfortable height of the table ensures a comfortable position, which has a positive effect on the back muscles. The high table also impresses with its natural, timeless design.
* Source: OTTO Residential study 2015 (survey by TNS Infratest)