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We are excited to feature a project recently completed by Evans. This showcase is a Response Sit-Stand console with quite a few unique project elements. Read on to learn more about the unique project elements including PowerLinc and custom end panels.
Response Sit-Stand Unique Project Elements
This large console has many useful features that could be applied to your own control room upgrade. Some of them include:
- Custom end panel logos.
- Corrosion-resistant fasteners.
- Side & rear termination panels.
- Under-counter support tray.
- Slatrail mounted grommets.
- Rackmount breakers and wiring.
- PowerLinc Distribution Systems.
This console is quite unique as the customer could not have any wood features within the structure, as any wood structure would not fare well in the final location for this console. This console houses 5 operator positions, all with sit-stand functionality for operator comfort.
Keeping Our Customers High Priority
Before being shipped to the customer this console was inspected in our staging area at our manufacturing facility. Take a look at how everything came together for customer sign-off. Our goal is always to make our customers happy, keep in mind that these photos do not show the unit completely installed at the end location.
If you have any questions regarding options for Response Sit-Stand or even Response NEXTGen then please click through to those pages or contact us to talk directly with our team. Thanks for reading and we hope to talk with you soon to help complete your next control room project. Whether big or small we have the expertise to get it done.
We also have an interesting white paper available to download titled "Changing the way we Think About Control Rooms." Read more about the topics discussed in the paper by clicking the image below.
Topics: Product, Project of the Month