Monitor & Keyboard Desk Mounts

ErgoMounts can supply one of the largest selections of desk mount workstations (monitor & keyboard) on the market today. All of our monitor and keyboard mounting solutions are medical grade but can be used for almost any other application (including commercial and industrial).

Our monitor & keyboard desk mounts are widely used by NHS Trust's and private hospitals through out the UK and make ideal internal PACS & EPR workstations.

Medical Grade Monitor & Keyboard Desk Mounts

All of our monitor & keyboard mounts have been developed by our partners ICWUSA with medical and healthcare environments in mind. They are built to our order out of billet aluminium and are finished in a durable powder coating. Although these products have been designed with hospitals in mind they are also excellent in dental practices, veterinary clinics and clean rooms. As standard all our hospital arms are available in three colours: Medical White, Light Grey or Black.

VESA Monitor & Keyboard Desk Mounts

ErgoMounts’ monitor & keyboard desk mounts cover all the latest VESA (Video Electronics Standards Association) mounting standards. Our extensive market knowledge and relationships with leading screen manufacturers enable us to quickly cross reference the make and model of your screen against our range to ensure you always receive a mount that's compatible. If you would like to check the compatibility of your screens contact our sales team for assistance. All of our monitor and keyboard desk mounts have been designed to fit VESA 75mm x 75mm and VESA 100mm x 100mm compliant monitors. We do also offer a range of conversion plates to allow larger screen to be mounted on to the arms in this category.

Monitor & Keyboard Desk Mount Fittings

For stability reasons our monitor & keyboard desk mounts are only supplied with bolt through desk fittings.

Bolt Through: A bolt through desk fitting requires a small hole to be drilled into the surface of the desk. The mount is then lowered onto the hole and secured in to place from below. This is the most stable way to mount a desk based workstation.