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TriASS BENCHING NOW AVAILABLE IN UK

14 July 2008

The TriASS benching system from Assmann Büromöbel is now available in the UK. A development of the main TriASS system launched at Orgatec 2006, the benching range is designed to provide flexible solutions for team working. A practical and distinctive feature of TriASS benching is that it can be reconfigured as individual desks when needs change.

4-person bench with A frames and conference extension, low screens with an organisation rail

TriASS BENCHING NOW AVAILABLE IN UK

The TriASS benching system from Assmann Büromöbel is now available in the UK. A development of the main TriASS system launched at Orgatec 2006, the benching range is designed to provide flexible solutions for team working. A practical and distinctive feature of TriASS benching is that it can be reconfigured as individual desks when needs change.

“The key features of Assmann’s benching are its flexibility and practicality,” says Charles E Abegg, Export Director for Assmann. “It has been designed to allow architects, designers, specifiers, facility managers and end-users to meet the changing needs of today’s workplaces, and at an extremely competitive price.”

Designed by Assmann in-house, TriASS benching features the clear, simple, classic lines characteristic of all Assmann furniture. The rectangular work tops come in a choice of sizes and in different finishes, including MFC in a range of colours, real wood veneers (manufactured in-house by Assmann) and solid core in grey-white. The frames are either the standard U-frame (N1) or A frame. Conference extensions can be added if required.

Individual workstations can be separated by desk-mounted sound-absorbent low screens. There is also an organisation rail which can be used on its own to separate workstations, or fitted to the low screens. The rail accommodates a range of accessories for computers, task lighting, working papers and reference material.

Provision for cable management is generous and flexible. A central cable channel can be also be provided on each side to provide for high requirements. A CPU holder, printer shelf and additional cable management are available and can be retro-fitted when needed.

A major feature of the TriASS benching is the simple but ingenious construction principle with its specially developed system connector. This allows the benching to be reconfigured as needs change, and also to revert to individual workstations if required.

Complementing TriASS benching is a range of pedestals from TriASS Studio and storage from the InvitASS range.









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