Anthro's New Point of Care Cart

Anthro's new Point of Care Cart is made of heavy gauge powder-coated steel in silver metallic and can hold electronic equipment up to 50 lbs. on the main shelf, 150 lbs. on the cart itself and up to 40 lbs. on attachments. Its small footprint is ideal for use in classrooms where space is limited. Its base measures 25" in diameter, with a top shelf measurement of 20" wide and 20" deep. Using a lever-controlled gas cylinder, the height of the cart adjusts from 29.25" to 39.25", ensuring students of all heights have the ability to work comfortably. The cart comes with five single-wheel 4" casters made of soft rubber and an integrated handle for easy maneuverability. Built-in cable management alleys along the trunk keep wires organized and out of sight. Anthro Corp., Tualatin, OR, (800) 325-3841, www.anthro.com.

This article originally appeared in the 03/01/2002 issue of THE Journal.

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