From article numbers to understandable language
What does an article number mean to you? For example, the EBT4100? The CFS27AV44B? Or the WFD18BD4055? Nothing? But it means something to us. Our product specialists know exactly which models of lift and mounting systems these refer to. But because it’s so important that you understand what we’re talking about, we’ve changed the names. Because Master, Twist and Stretch will probably tell you more than the article numbers mentioned above, and we really like clarity at ErgoXS.
We’ve listed the most important models to make it easy for you. First the electric ErgoFrame lifts; starting with the Master. Because the name says it all: this is the master of electric wall & floor mounted lifts. The Flow is a budget-friendly trolley for, for example, digital whiteboards and the Beam is an interactive lift for whiteboards. The Work is a mobile powerhouse for large screens and you can hang a screen super flush against the wall with the ultra-thin Fine. Looking for a simpler, robust all-rounder? Then we’ve got the ready-to-use dual column Motion. The Twist is a tilting table and the Steady a super strong trolley.
Over to the manually operated Flexline models. The Flexline Stretch, for example, that you stretch between the floor and ceiling. The Active is robust and easy to move. The Lean is used as a wall & floor stand. The Stand can be placed anywhere. And you hang your screen from the ceiling with the Shine. Looking for a stand for two screens? Then you need the Duo version from the Active, Lean or Stand. Logical.
Finally the Slimline and Homeline: The electric Slimline Compact is easy to assemble yourself and available as trolley and wall & floor lift. And the Homeline Trend is a TV lift for the perfect entertainment experience.
Pretty easy to understand, right? At ErgoXS we like to make things easy for people.