LOCKER SELECTION GUIDE
- How many locker openings are required? Determine the number of people that need a locker, and the amount of available space for the lockers.
- Locker opening size needed – Consider what will be stored in the lockers.
- Style of locker – once the size needed is determined other factors may influence your decision. Do the lockers need to be ventilated for visibility or air circulation? Is corrosive resistance needed?
- What kind of handle / lock do you want? –Padlock with key or combination lock. Recessed handle with no lock or with mounted combination lock? Padlock with built in key lock?
Most common locker style:
Full door lockers – 1 door that goes from the top to bottom of the unit. This is ideal for storing multiple items like Coats, full length uniforms, hats etc…
Half door lockers – 2 door that are stacked for the height of the unit. These are ideal for storing work shirts, and jackets.
Box Lockers – Small square doors multiple per bank. These are ideal for storing keys, pocketbooks and shoes.
3 Tier Lockers – 3 doors that are stacked high for the height of the unit. These are ideal for storing work shirts, and jackets, and pocketbooks.
A Bank – is the unit as a whole 1st picture above is bank of 3 full doors and the 3rd picture is a bank of 6 half door.
Mesh front – As shown in picture 2 above. This is great way to have visibility or if air circulation is needed.
Price per door is how we price out the lockers. If the cost is $70.00 a door for a full door, then the cost of the 1st picture would be $210.00 (bank of 3 full doors at $70 each). Or if the cost is $30.00 a half door the cost for the 3rd picture would be $180.00 (bank of 6 half doors at $30 each)
Please note: Due to space configuration the number of doors per bank can vary as it would depend on the layout of the area the lockers were stored.