At the heart of all our processes is the desire to enhance the long-term well being of staff, customers and the environment. It is natural, therefore, that we take a holistic approach to sustainability. Such an approach extends from our local community, to the environment, product installation and product re-use.
We actively support and promote local businesses and community projects, ensuring we make a positive impact regardless of our size internationally. It is this belief that has enabled a cluster of like-minded and supporting businesses to operate in our region.
We have introduced a range of monitor arms that are 99% recyclable and contain largely post-consumer material. Our design process demands product longevity and modularity as inherent attributes – allowing the useful life of the product to be extended well beyond that of similar products.
The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System has been developed by the US Green Building Council. Integ monitor mount products can contribute to LEED ratings in the following categories for commercial interiors and new construction:
A number of our computer monitor mounts can deliver a full range of adjustment, reducing the discomfort of glare – which can add valuable points to your Greenstar rating.
The latest clarification from Greenstar means we can reduce our pole height to 400mm. Greenstar now state:
“Adjustable arms must have at least two articulations and be able to provide the monitor with a vertical and horizontal displacement, and be positioned at any point within this displacement, as follows:
“The horizontal displacement must be at least 50cm total measured from either horizontal extremity measured from the centre point of where the monitor arm is designed to attach to the monitor.
“The vertical displacement must be at least 18cm total measured as though there is a 19″ monitor arm attached.
“Therefore, there must be at least a 10cm clearance between the surface of the table/desk and the centre of the monitor arm. The displacement itself is then measured upwards from the centre of the arm.”