TV lifts from Ergomotion are designed and built to lift any flat screen television system available in the Australian market.
TV lifts are considered ideal for concealing televisions when not in use. Designed as a mechanism that when fitted to the TV, raises it out or lowers it into a piece of furniture, much like a wall unit, TV lifts are great for different scenarios, from a single 50-inch LCD plasma unit in the living room to a conference room that requires a number of small computer screens for board meetings.
TV lifts at home
A TV lift is a stylish way to display the television and a really clever way to protect it when not in use. Since the TV is mounted securely onto the mechanism, it eliminates any risk of the unit being pulled or tipped over accidentally. It is particularly recommended for holiday homes, which may remain unoccupied from time to time.
A TV lift is also a real space-saver, especially in areas with limited space, where the television can be popped up when required or tucked away in a matter of seconds.
TV lifts are highly versatile in design, and can work with desks, tables, cabinets and wall units. The mechanism is also simple to operate.
Monitor lifts in the office
A monitor lift is a contemporary and practical addition to any workplace.
Monitor lifts are suitable for boardrooms that require the use of multiple screens. Each seat at the conference table can have its own screen lifting out of the table when required, and concealed, if needed to allow regular face-to-face meetings to take place unimpeded.
Monitor lifts complement technology by maintaining the sleek, modern look of the office. The streamlined TV lifts fully contain unappealing wires and cables within the unit, also eliminating tripping hazards.
The swivel function of the monitor lifts is a great feature in rooms where space is an issue. The TV screen can be adjusted to suit specific needs.
Monitor lifts also support multiple control, which is particularly useful in conference and boardrooms that use multiple lifts for one function. Each lift can be controlled individually or by a central computer that can control all lifts at once for ultimate flexibility.
Ergomotion has supplied its TV lifts to the Barossa Valley Glass House, the Australian Defence Force and the 2008 HIA Home Show in Sydney.