Tool Rail Monitor Arms
Our tool rail monitors are highly practical and can allow staff to position their monitor in a way which is comfortable and efficient, helping to improve productivity. With a range of styles available, which also help to improve cable management, it is possible for screens to be organised in a range of environments.
All Tool Rail Monitor Arms
Our range of Tool Rail mounted monitor arms are designed to fit a wide range of tool rail screens.
Positioning your monitor at a comfortable height makes it easier to see the screen, increases work flow and will reduce the risk of neck pain or eye strain during extended computing sessions.
Tool Rail Mounted Monitor Arms
Excellent for extra confidentiality, tool rail mounted monitor arms combine flexibility with privacy by including a bracket which attaches to desktop screens. The screen mounted monitor arm is popular worldwide due to its appealing aesthetic and easy install design features. It has a quick release mounting plate, one touch height adjustment and complete cable management; qualities shared with desk mount monitor arms.
Monitor arm attachments allow for customisation. Extra tall poles are available, as well as extra short arms. Laptop holders and tablet holders are designed to benefit airflow to the computer. The poles, arms, clamps and holders are all available in either white, black or grey to suit the office aesthetic.
How to Position Monitor Arms
A flexible monitor arm ensures your flat-screen is never too far away, causing back-strain, or too close, risking eye-strain. A correctly positioned monitor sits at a comfortable distance of around arm’s length. The centre of the screen should remain at eye-level yet also allow for adjustment throughout the day.
Our singular monitor arms offer rotation and revolution. This makes them an ideal solution for hot-desking environments, able to cater to multiple users. Invest in monitor arms for an ergonomic workstation, reducing risk of injury and strain. Read our article How the position of your monitor affects your upper body for more information.
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