Desktop Privacy Panels
Desktop Privacy Panels(40 Products)
What Are Desk Dividers?
Desk privacy panels rest on or connect to worktop surfaces to reduce visual and audible distractions to workers, while also ensuring a sense of privacy in open-architecture work settings. Many desk privacy dividers consist of surface material that also serves other functions, including dry-erase writing, sneeze guard, and magnetic and tackboard fastening. Small privacy screens for desks are ideal for students during test taking. Fun designs are kid friendly and help brighten their mood.
What Are the Features of Desk Privacy Panels?
Many privacy screens for desks consist of materials that add to their functionality as pieces of office furniture. Some desk dividers are made out of frosted plastic, which provides an ultimate level of privacy while allowing sunlight to pour in.
Another screen panel option consists of tackboard, in which vinyl is machine-laminated to wood fiberboard that accepts pushpins and thumbtacks. This is perfect for fastening material for personal or office use. Some vinyl tackboards come with accessory trays for convenience. Other desk dividers have additional storage for safekeeping folders, planners, and other writing supplies.
What Types of Desk Dividers Are Available?
Desk dividers are available as free-standing units, or with mounts to attach to desks or countertops. They can be used with clear or frosted glass. Clear glass is ideal to stop the spread of germs in retail and restaurant spaces while still being able to view the customer. Desk privacy panels are made from either acrylic or plastic.
Others have metal frames that are easy to clean. They come in a wide range of sizes to suit your particular needs. Purchase one or multiple desk dividers to cover all sides of your desk area.
Why Should You Shop for Desk Privacy Dividers?
Open-office architecture leaves many employees exposed without walls around their workspaces. Even in workplaces that use cubicle and panel systems to give people privacy, desks often sit side by side or nose to nose.
Privacy is also an issue in large classrooms that require closely set rows of desks to accommodate a lot of students, particularly during tests when concentration and confidentiality are essential. Two styles of desktop privacy panels are available to give individual workers or students their own space in tight quarters.