Ergotron Releases WorkFit Elevate to Transform Underutilized Spaces

October 18, 2019

Ergotron, a global movement company focused on building environments that help people thrive, recently added the award-winning WorkFit Elevate™ Sit-Stand Wall Desk to its healthcare and office offerings. This simple-to-install, modern wall mount is designed to turn underutilized workspaces into productive, active, flexible working environments. 

The height-adjustable WorkFit Elevate provides a collaborative space for caregivers in crowded healthcare environments, including clinic exam rooms, urgent care, doctors’ offices, nurses’ stations and waiting rooms. It’s also well-suited for corporate office common areas, hallways, and touch-down spaces.

The WorkFit Elevate received the Attendees’ Choice Award at ErgoExpo in August. Given to products that exhibit the “best opportunity to increase productivity and profitability, while improving workplace health and safety,” it is Ergotron’s fourth ErgoExpo Attendees’ Choice Award.

“This latest addition to the WorkFit product family was designed to enhance the flexibility and functionality of workspaces,” says Dana Lair, senior product development manager at Ergotron. “The WorkFit Elevate allows you to reclaim space and create collaborative areas in healthcare or office spaces, and it adjusts to fit a wide variety of users.”

Constant Force™ technology allows WorkFit Elevate users to smoothly lift and lower the worksurface as they move between standing and sitting. The desk provides the full Business and Institutional Furniture Manufacturers Association (BIFMA) ergonomic height range of 26 inches, accommodating the fifth percentile seated female to the 95th percentile standing male. 

The WorkFit Elevate comes in two colors and two worksurface sizes: 21 inches deep and 24 inches deep. The 24-inch version features concealed power outlets and USB connections, and an optional single monitor riser. For easy installation, it arrives fully assembled in one box. For more details, visit

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