Usually, office work stations have at least one monitor and one computer. With the corresponding options and accessories, you can lay your cables from the power socket to the tabletop in the most practical and unobtrusive way.
For example, for a free-standing work station, you could do the following: guide the power cables from the floor to the cable trough through the cable chain / cable hose. There, you can install a connector strip to guide the power cable to the tabletop through a cable grommet.
To make room for your computer, screw a CPU holder to the tabletop and thread the cables for the monitor, mouse, keyboard, etc. through the cable trough or cable grommet.
For work stations with corpus furniture, you can guide the computer's power cables into the CPU compartment in the equipment container or lowboard through a cable grommet. Guide all the cables you need through an opening in the corpus furniture's top and up through the integrated cable chain. Then route them to the tabletop through the cable trough and the cable grommet.
Furthermore, we recommend mounting the monitor on a monitor holder, which is fastened using the attachment hole in the tabletop. This way, you'll have more space on your table and can comfortably adjust the monitor’s position.