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Dimensions: 1200x900 mm
Width of the top: 1200 mm
Depth of the desk is also adjustable.
Heigth-adjustable double desks. All adjustments are performed independently. To change the height of the desk you need move telescopic joints of the frame and fix them through the holes with screws.
Desk has an inclined tabletop (angle of inclination is 10 degrees) with two folding parts from the student's side, what makes learning process more comfortable.
A panel with two boxes for pens are attached to the tabletop. Under the tabletop there is a shelf for books and exercise books. Desk is closed on the side with plates, to which pegs for schoolbags are fixed.
To eliminate warp of the top and to hold up folding parts there is metal linkage under the top. Desk equipped with footrest.
Metal frame constructed from shaped tubes which serves as a basis with polymer coating and section 25x25 and 20x20 mm. All panels are made from laminated chipboard (depth: 16mm), the ends of boards clad in PVC (depth: 2 mm).
Interesting to know
Erisman’s desk is a classical desk invented at the end of the 19th century by the famous Russian hygienist Fyodor Fyodorovich Erisman and improved by Pyotr Korotkov. The main reason why Erisman's desk is still considered a model for school furniture, which main goal is to keep pupils healthy. Design of this school desk was developed according to anatomic and physiological needs of pupils. Sitting behind this desk children keep a correct posture and good sight.
The construction of this desk creates conditions for writing, reading and drawing. The folding part of a table-top provides enough place for a standing child. Also this desk is provided with a shelf where pupils can store books, exercise-books and the writing accessories.
As a result many experts in the field of medicine and education recommend to use Erisman's desks during learning process of lower-grade children because at this age burden on growing child’s organism is high.