CHIPPEWA FALLS, WI. Feb. 5, 2019 – Spectrum Industries Inc., a premier manufacturer of school furniture products, is proud to announce its newest workstation, the Pivot Premier.
The Pivot Premier is a sit-to-stand ADA Compliant workstation with whisper quiet eLift legs and features a large worksurface available in widths of 48” and 60”. This new workstation by Spectrum has many optional accessories that can be added to it. The Pivot Premier has the ability to hold AV equipment in its optional six front and six rear rack, an optional keyboard tray, an optional power module, and an optional panel to feature your school’s mascot, slogan, or logo is also available.
“The Pivot Premier is a versatile workstation that can be use in various classroom and presentation applications,” stated Ben Jones, Spectrum’s Vice President of Sales. “The sit to stand capabilities of the Pivot Premier provide flexibility for the user to position the workstation to the desired height as well as meets ADA compliance.”
The Pivot Premier’s feature-rich design has been built to stand the test of time due to its heavy steel construction, scratch-resistant powder coat, and high pressure laminate worksurface.
About Spectrum Industries Inc.
Founded in 1968, Spectrum Industries is located in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, and is a premier niche furniture manufacturer. The high quality manufacturer has produced over 4,300 different products and can be found in any education, government, healthcare, or corporate setting. Spectrum creates products that connect people with technology.
Spectrum has received ETL Certification by Intertek to UL 60950-1 listing and is ISO 9001:2015 certified. In addition, Spectrum was honored with the SCS Indoor Advantage Certification. In addition, Spectrum is ANSI-BIFMA compliant, a furniture sustainability standard.
SPECTRUM INDUSTRIES INC., PRESS CONTACT:
Ashley Scott, Content Coordinator Spectrum Industries Inc. 715-738-2106 email@example.com www.spectrumfurniture.com
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