Common Types Of Office Workstations

Common Types Of Office Workstations

 

Office workstations come in a wide range and modular selections to help you get the perfect one for your office space. The nature of work going on in the office can be reflected by the workstations or desks that are available in it. Depending on your type of business, office interior, and budget, you can have an easier time choosing the most suitable workstation and design. You can be creative with the design and color of the workstation to give your office the overall professional but motivational look.

The most common types of office workstations you will find are linear or straight workstations, cluster or L shaped workstations, single Pentagon Accessories single seater, four pentagon or seater, cubicle and F3 and F2 screen systems. They are all great options, but you are better off letting your office needs dictate which type is best for it.

Linear workstation – It is a row type of workstation available in different sizes and have a partition at the front desk and a given feet height. You can have the partitioning done in white board or fabric board so that pinning of important documents is made easy. This is the most common workstation type used in BPOs, call centers and KPO industry.

L shaped or cluster workstation – It is a made up of several workstations and come with the advantage of easy accessibility between employees. This type of workstation can bring the team together, including managers making it easy to execute duties as a team without having to move from one office to the other trying to get everything done. The IT industry loves this type of workstation but it is also suitable for other kinds of industries and offices.

Single Pentagon and Seater workstation – The single pentagon is designed for one individual and is made up of two sides with one side open offering more privacy. The single seater on the other hand is still for an individual and does not link or connect to any other.

Four pentagon and seater workstation – The workstation is designed in such a way that users sit back to back as they complete their tasks.

F2 and F3 – They are recyclable and can be customized to suit given budgets and styles. They come complete with in-built cable management as well as accessory support. You will find them in varying patterns, configurations styles and touches.

Choosing Workstation Material

It is not enough to choose a workstation that is right in shape and design, you will also find it extremely important to have the workstation in the best material. Remember that the material can determine the durability, flexibility and sturdiness of the workstation. It will also play a role in the cost of your workstation, making it an important consideration to make before choosing the best for your office.

Metal workstations are durable and you can easily paint them to match your preferences. They however might need a few enhancements to make working comfortable.

Wooden workstations on the other hand, are also sturdy and durable and make the best for office interiors. They can however be damaged by water and moisture, hence you need to have them treated to maintain good looks and functionality.