Specifications

The Fulcrum CE range comprises L-shape workstations and single pedestal desks and freestanding storage. Desk tops are 1400mm, 1600mm or 1800mm wide (up to 2000mm for single pedestal desks) by 900mm deep, in timber veneer. Standard veneers are Cherry, Light Oak, Macassar Gold, Macassar Tan, Maple, Natural Walnut, Smoked Oak and Wenge.

Desks may be supported on metal frames in Chrome, White or Black or 60mm deep timber box bases in any of our standard veneers, or in high gloss White or Black lacquer. The finishes for storage unit cladding (top, sides, back) and doors/drawers are specified separately, and may be any combination of the veneer and high gloss lacquers listed above.

Full details on the Fulcrum CE range may be found in our Specifiers Guide and Price List. An overview of the various elements is set out below.

L-Shape workstations

There is a choice of three layouts, each with one end of the desktop supported on a storage unit at 90° and the other end of the top supported on either a metal frame or box panel base.

All layouts are available with any of the three desktop sizes and left or right handed. The difference between the layouts lies in the size and configuration of the supporting storage unit, which comprises combinations of pedestal drawers, wide side filing drawers, double door and single door cupboards.

Options include a modesty panel in veneer or high gloss lacquer, and cable routing through the cupboard with a vented back panel (for when housing a CPU within the cupboard). Timber desktops may be fitted with cable ports and with all desktops a cable conduit may be specified under the top.

Rectangular desks

Rectangular desks are available in three sizes (1600mm, 1800mm and 2000mm by 900mm deep). One end of the pedestal desk is supported on a pedestal and the other end by a metal frame or box panel base.

Storage

In addition to the desk-side storage integral to the L-shape workstations, Fulcrum CE offers a choice of freestanding storage from 800mm to 2000mm high, with combinations of timber doors.

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