There are several ways control room furniture design is changing. However, the days of traditional millwork control room furniture are still here. The majority of manufacturers are still stuck in legacy “old school” design thinking and leveraging basic manufacturing and material selection.
It takes time to communicate the differences and improvements and change the status quo. Those with the industry-leading installations are leading the future of control room console solutions. Furthermore, they are leveraging the latest technology & materials. The innovators are redefining the industry. Here are 4 ways control room furniture design is changing:
Control Room Work Surfaces Are More Than Just a Work Surface
First of all, using a low cost, low-quality fiberboard or particleboard work surface with a thin layer of laminate is a bad idea. It’s best not to edge the work surface with a wear and tear item, or an edge to protect sub-par material. Providing high-quality solutions for demanding critical command and control environments is essential.
Installers make the highest quality control room furniture work surfaces from a solid surface Phenolic resin. Also, the work surface should use a laboratory-grade that is impervious to chemical and moisture and is anti-static. And as part of the final process, it should be compressed with a matte finish “anti-glare” laminate coating to prevent eye fatigue. This superior material is truly control room durable, for years of long-lasting performance under 24/7/365 usage.
Steel and Aluminum Control Room Furniture Structure Re-defined
One of the ways control room furniture design is changing is the availability of unibody structure design. And this design uses the highest quality material for unsurpassed strength. It also improves airflow and ergonomic features. These techniques elevate the capability in high technology environments while looking aesthetically pleasing. It is a truly modern control room furniture design. The leaders in the industry only use the highest quality steel and aircraft-grade aluminum.
Unsurpassed Technology Management and Connectivity
Especially relevant, modern control room furniture requires ergonomic, “at your fingertips” connectivity for a multitude of devices. Hence, the newest control room furniture designs integrate with a customizable personal user hub, surface integration, and custom rack mount panels. There are no limitations. As a result, we create a true user-defined space for critical operations while maintaining long shift duration comfort and ergonomics.
Our Approach – It’s Not Just About the Control Room Furniture
First of all, we focus on the user without compromise. We always consider ergonomics and operator comfort. At the same time, we work to understand the operational requirements and the physical and dimensional constraints of the whole control room space. From this process, we develop a solution that truly is designed with our customers’ operations in mind. Our solution customizes high-performing control room furniture uniquely tailored for 24/7 mission-critical usage.
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