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Understanding Used Cubicle Panel Heights
There are basically 4 panel heights.
- Low 39″-44″.
- Mid 45″-54″
- Tall 62″-70″
- Ceiling height 75″ and higher
LOW PANELS simply Divide Space and are used to support cubicle components like worksurfaces. When a user is seated at this cubicle, you can see then clearly. Worksurface height is 29″, so a panel 39″ high would be 10″ higher than the worksurface.
MID-HEIGHT PANELS provide Seated Privacy. When a user is seated at this cubicle, you can’t see them (maybe the top of their head). If they stand-up, they can easily be seen. This panel is good for personal privacy while letting a manager monitor employee work.
TALL PANELS provide Standing Privacy. When a user is seated at this cubicle, you can see then even when they stand up. Tall panels also support overhead storage like shelves and bins.
CEILING HEIGHT PANELS give you the ability to divide space. They can be used to create offices with doors. These panels are a little higher than a standard door opening or can reach and touch the ceiling.