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Able Ergonomics Corporation

To the best of our knowledge, this company no longer sells assistive products. We list inactive companies for reference purposes only. The contact information listed is the last known for this company; current contact information is not available. If you have updated information on this company, please contact AbleData.

11305 Rancho Bernardo Road, Suite 116
San Diego, California 92127
United States
Telephone: 619-675-0040.
Fax: 619-675-0047.
Web: No known web address.

Discontinued products manufactured by Able Ergonomics Corporation (listed alphabetically)


    --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 4/2000) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The ABLE ARMS Articulating Forearm Supports are designed for computer operators to keep the wrists in a neutral position and to provide support and relieve stress and musculoskeletal strain of the neck and shoulder. The supports attach to a table or counter and consist of a forearm trough connected to a hinged arm to move with the operator's arms. The supports may also be used in other vocational tasks involving repetitive motions of the hands.


    --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 4/2000) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The ABLE Turntable, model AT-1, is a rotating desk organizer designed to eliminate stressful postures by bringing books and manuals down to the worksurface from overhead storage areas. The turntable consists of 6 compartments of 3 different sizes which will accommodate files and three-ring binders. Constructed from cold rolled steel, the organizer has a smooth gliding action to allow the user to rotate the unit and have the resource they need at their finger tips. DIMENSIONS: 14 x 16 inches.


    --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 4/2000) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The StackABLE Monitor Risers are monitor stands designed to allow the user to customize the height of the monitor for a more ergonomic workstation design. The computer monitor should display the top line of data at the user's eye level, or at most a 15- degree downward slant. Deviations from this positioning may cause strain on the user's cervical area and shoulders. The Monitor Risers are interlocking units made of cold rolled steel available in 1 and 2-inch heights. The user stacks the appropriate number of Risers underneath the computer monitor to put it at the most comfortable height. Each of the the risers creates a small compartment for papers when stacked.

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