Press Release Summary:
Mobile, 4-sided, rotating information kiosk, able to be customized to meet specific needs and then modified, isÂ built to withstand plant floor environmentsÂ while offering aestheticsÂ that complementÂ office decor.Â Construction is based on plastic-coated steel pipe and metal joints,Â and 32 in. high x 14 in. wide panels can be modified to different sizes, swapped out, or hinged. Base is supported byÂ 4 swivel, locking casters for mobility or feet forÂ stationary structure.
Original Press Release:
New Communication Center Kiosk is Durable for Plant Environments Yet Fits Office Aesthetics
This new center can be customized to meet specific needs then easily modified
Creform Corporation, Greer S.C., has introduced a new mobile, four-sided, rotating information kiosk designed to share information such as business metrics, HR postings, safety info, quality documents, ISO procedures or Kanban inventory control information. The flexible communications centers are built to withstand the rigors of plant floor environments yet their appearance fits aesthetically with most office decors.
Creform kiosks are designed and built using the Creform System of plastic coated steel pipe and metal joints, which offer the flexibility to be customized to meet multiple needs. For example, unlike similar units ordered from catalogs, this kiosk has 32" H X 14" W panels that can be easily modified to different sizes. The panels can also be swapped out should needs change with different materials such as metal sheets, corkboard, whiteboard, even Kanban slots. A panel can also be hinged to access interior storage shelves should this feature be required.
The top structure is bearing supported and rotates independently of the base. This bearing features detents allowing it to lock in each of four positions. The kiosk's base is supported by four swivel, locking casters that mobilize it for easy positioning. Casters can be swapped for feet if a more stationary structure is desired.
Creform supplies these kiosks as complete units and works closely with customers to build them to order as to size, type of panels and pipe color. They are shipped fully assembled from Creform's assembly facility.
The Creform System is used to create an array of material handling and efficiency enhancing devices, including push, special purpose and trailer carts, flow racks, roller conveyors, workstations, and AGV/AGCs. The Creform System is a proven component in continuous improvement and Lean Manufacturing programs, and the company partners with customers in developing and implementing these programs.
Online at www.creform.com. Creform is a registered trademark of Yazaki Kako Corporation and Creform Corporation