Standing Desks

Move more while you work

Why use a standing desk?

We offer a wide range of high-quality, ergonomic sit-stand workstations and desk solutions to cater for all budgets.

If you want to create a more ergonomic workplace, making the move to sit-stand desks (sometimes known as standing desks) is a great place to start.

Studies show that sitting for too long can cause a wide range of health problems, including heart disease, obesity, depression, backache and diabetes.

Using sit-stand workstations can help effectively combat these health problems.

Our Range

Adapt Ergonomics offers a wide range of sit-stand desking solutions to cater for all budgets. Our workstations can be customised by colour and design to meet the current and future needs of your business.

Click on the links below to choose the solution that is right for you.

Our sit-stand panel desks have a modular design. Their acoustic partition screens reduce background noise and visual distractions, helping you stay focused and productive. 

Our freestanding sit-stand desks are available in a wide variety of styles, colours and finishes to meet your needs. 
 

A cost-effective way to convert your static desk to a sit-stand desk. 

Enjoy the ergonomic benefits of a sit-stand desk without changing your current workspace.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a standing desk?

A sit-stand (or standing desk) is a desk with a work surface that can be adjusted from your sitting position to a height where you can stand and work at your desk.

How do I use a sit-stand desk correctly?

Whether you’re sitting or standing at your desk, your work surface should be at the same height as your elbows when your arms are bent at right angles.

How long should I stand at a sit-stand desk?

Research suggests that you should stand at your sit-stand (or standing) desk for approximately 15 minutes of each hour that you are working at your desk.

Which sit-stand desk should I choose?

There are many electronic standing desks on the market. Consider factors such as office space, whether desks will be used by multiple employees and the length of guarantee to help you decide.

Why use a sit-stand desk?

One of the benefits of using a standing desk is that you can adjust your work surface to a position to suit each work task, giving you relief from aching muscles caused by static posture.

What is the best sit-stand desk?

If you are not sure which sit-stand desk to choose, why not use a standing desk converter on your static desk to create a height adjustable work surface, it’s cost-effective and easy to fit.

What is the best sit-stand desk converter?

There are many factors that will determine the best desking solution for you. If your budget does not stretch to new standing desks, consider a standing desk converter or keyboard platform.

How do I stand at a standing desk?

Whether you’re sitting or standing at your desk, your work surface should be at the same height as your elbows when your arms are bent at right angles.

How do I raise a desk to standing height?

The control panel of your sit-stand desk allows you to raise your desk to your correct ergonomic standing position so that you are not sitting all day.

How do I create a standing desk in a cubicle?

Creating a standing (or sit-stand) desk in a cubicle can be achieved by using a standing desk with integrated acoustic panels. The benefits of using a desk cubicle is that noise levels are reduced and you gain privacy.

How tall should a standing desk be?

Whether office workers are sitting or standing at their desk, their work surface should be at the same height as their elbows when their arms are bent at right angles. For ergonomic tips download our checklist.

How do I use a standing desk?

Whether you’re sitting or standing at your desk, your work surface should be at the same height as your elbows when your arms are bent at right angles.

What are the benefits of a standing desk?

The benefit of using a height adjustable desk is that you can move the work surface of your desk to a comfortable sitting or standing height to suit each task.

Why use a standing desk?

Studies show that sitting for too long can cause a wide range of health issues such as heart disease, obesity, depression and backache. Using a sit-stand desk can help combat these health problems.

Why get a standing desk?

Creating a more ergonomic workplace can improve employee health and wellbeing, which can boost productivity. Making the move to a sit-stand desk (sometimes known as a standing desk) is a great place to start.

How high should a standing desk be?

Whether you’re sitting or standing at your desk, your work surface should be at the same height as your elbows when your arms are bent at right angles.