CPU holders, or computer workbenches, are one of the most commonly used work stations. Used extensively in many settings, computer workstations are frequently used in offices, homes, and on the shop floor to house delicate computer equipment safely, ergonomically, and conveniently.
CPU holders are workstation accessories which are often primary components of computer workstations, keeping valuable central processing units up off the floor, away from dust, dirt, and damage and providing easy, ergonomic access to workers and technicians.
Desk attachment CPU hangers and under desk CPU holders have swivel brackets and slide rails which allow the unit to be rotated, pulled forward, and pushed back out of the way. Other types of CPU holders include free-standing CPU mounts on wheels, desktop computer holders, CPU stands, and PC carts.
LAN server stations and other types of multiple computer carts often come equipped with multiple CPU mounts, and computer carts use CPU holders to secure computer equipment as the cart is wheeled from place to place.
CPU stands and laptop stands are used for clean, convenient floor or desk storage.
CPU holders are utilized in a wide range of industries and applications. For instance, offices, schools, universities, warehouses, cleanrooms, and manufacturing design departments use CPU holders for a variety of reasons pertaining to both worker and equipment safety.
Instead of storing CPUs on the ground, on a desktop or on a cart without being properly secured, keeping CPUs within convenient reaching distance with under desk CPU hangers prevents stress-related injuries and may reduce time spent on maintenance. Elevating CPUs off the floor with CPU stands, carts, mounts, and hangers also reduces risk of equipment damage by floor dirt, dust, bumping, spills or minor flooding.
Not least among the benefits of using CPU holders is the efficient optimization of workspace; desktops free from bulky, immovable CPUs can allow for more organization, and therefore more productivity.
CPU holders have a variety of design options, including storing the CPU in either a vertical or a horizontal position under the surface of a desk. Additional features include wheels or sliding tracks and retractable and swivel options. Also, dual CPU holders are available for the storage of two CPUs in one space.