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TSUBAKI ADDS NEW COMPONENTS TO ITS DESK CABLE CARRIER SYSTEM

02-11-2015
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Tsubaki Kabelschlepp has added new desk top, floor and frame connections to its Protum Office P0240GS desk cable carrier system.

This makes it a complete system allowing particularly fast and easy mounting on office furniture.

And it looks great, too – Protum Office recently won the iF Design Award 2015.

The weight of the free‑standing floor connection provides increased stability and is primarily designed for a clean connection to the floor.

The new Protum Office system can be used on height-adjustable desks and on simple tables with four legs.

“Until now, Protum Office cable carriers were mainly used by manufacturers of office furniture who tended to install them in height-adjustable stand/sit workstations,” explains Werner Eul, Product Manager Cable Carrier Systems at Tsubaki Kabelschlepp GmbH.

“Our extended system on the other hand offers customers a simple combination with all types of desks.”

For this purpose, Tsubaki Kabelschlepp developed standard connections for desk tops, floor and desks.

The table connections are screw-fixed directly to the underside of the desk top. The weight of the free-standing floor connection provides increased stability and is primarily designed for a clean connection to the floor.

The alternative is a round or flat desk frame connection, which is suitable for height-adjustable desks. It can be fixed with magnets as a standard or optionally with screws, cable ties or adhesive tape. For all connections, users can choose between the colors black, white and silver-gray. The components are also available as a set.

The Protum Office cable carriers are especially designed for use in office environments.

 

Tsubaki Australia Pty Ltd

Ph: 02 97042500

www.tsubaki.com.au

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