When fabricating a top-quality forensic workstation, adjustability is key.
Most every component that goes into these workstations features some option for adjustment: articulated arms to hold implements, swiveling shelves for computer monitors and the like, and microscopes with dozens of adjustable parts.
But what about the base and legs of the station? Adding a hydraulic lift kit—rather than using a static base—in the manufacturing process will add yet another level of adjustability that will help your workstations stand out from the competition.
No matter how precisely adjustable the other elements of your workstations are, if the finished product is too high or too low for operators to use safely and comfortably, all the microscope and shelf adjustments in the world won’t do any good.
With a built in hydraulic lift kit, your workstations will move up and down as needed—as much as 16” of vertical shift—to accommodate nearly any user. By enabling operators to work comfortably and safely, your workstations will reduce the potential for muscle strains and related injuries, improve productivity and work quality, and help create a more efficient workplace.
Hydraulic lift kits are available in 2- or 4-leg configurations, and with 250-pound weight capacity per leg, your workstations will be able to hold up to half a ton of components and additional equipment. Adjustment is easy: with electronic controls, all it takes is the push of a button to achieve perfect height adjustment.
Incorporating motorized adjustable leg systems into your products will give operators fully adjustable forensic workstations, and give you a leg up on the competition.
Adding adjustable leg systems to your forensic workstations will give your product supreme adjustability, and the additional sales you’ll enjoy will easily eclipse the additional production costs. Implementing these lift kits into your assembly process will be a fairly simple undertaking for an experienced production facility, and will prove to be an easy, cost-effective, and worthwhile addition to your finished product. Giving the end user one more way to fine-tune the settings of your forensic workstations will turn a good product into a great one.