De Gaspe adjustable height workstations bring the office home
July 28, 2021 | 7:36 pm CDT
De Gaspe walnut workstation

De Gaspe's new line of GALE height-adjustable desks allows the worker to change from sitting to standing. This version is in walnut.

MONTREAL – De Gaspe has partnered with ESI Ergonomics to produce a line of height-adjustable desks that allow people working at home to change from sitting to standing.

The GALE collection, according to De Gaspe, “is at the crossroads between ergonomics, subtlety with its rounded corners, and durability. The table portion has a simple and modern design and is installed on an electric base which allows you to raise and lower your work surface.”

De Gaspe height adjustable Executive desk
De Gaspe's GALE Executive desk.

De Gaspe makes the worksurfaces at its woodworking facility in Montreal and attaches them to adjustable bases supplied by ESI Ergonomics of Mesa, Ariz. The product line includes Yellow Birch. Walnut and Executive. The GALE desks have a load capacity of 220 pounds, a height adjustment speed of 1.4 inches/second, a numeric keypad with three configurable heights.

De Gaspe maintains a Montreal showroom that has been closed during the coronavirus pandemic. Most of its sales are generated online. Per its commitment to be a carbon-neutral company, De Gaspe said it plants 100 trees for every piece of furniture sold on its website

De Gaspe yellow birch workstation
Workstation in yellow birch.

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