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Metal Lockers with Vented Doors

March 30th, 2015 by
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Metal-Lockers-with-Vented-DoorsMetal lockers with Vented Doors are just the thing for a number of applications, whether in schools, gyms, spas, or anywhere securable, temporary storage for numerous users is important. Don’t let the materials fool you. Metal can be sturdy, and our products are built to last. With most of our lockers, you can choose from several different heights, depths, and stack configurations. We also have different installation possibilities, numerous colors and textures, and a range of ventilation styles.

Any locker can become smelly if there’s no ventilation. Whether someone’s lunch is left behind, or if gym clothes or shoes are locked up inside, ventilation openings encourage air circulation. That helps keep odors at a minimum. Ventilation also helps our metal lockers resist mold and mildew. Contact XPB Locker for a quote on metal lockers. They are the right supplier for your project.

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Coin & Token Retain Locks for Solid Plastic LockerDoors

March 18th, 2015 by
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Coin-Retain-Locker-LocksLockers without a solid lock might as well be a closet. Anyone can open them to access what’s inside. While this might be acceptable in some situations, businesses such as gyms, bus and subway stations, airports, and other places where the public has access need a way for users to secure their personal belongings. XPB Lockers has the right lock for your 1-inch-thick solid plastic lockers.

When choosing the best way to secure the lockers at your facility, here are a few things to look for that help ensure quality:

Allowing Tokens Lets You Supervise Locker Use
The more traffic the area where your lockers are located, the more important it is to keep an eye on who has access to them. Our Coin Operated Key Lock, product #XPB-COKL, gives you option that allow you to customize the level of security that you need.

For areas where security is a minimal risk, locks that accept coins are a good choice. But if you configure the lock to accept tokens, customers will obtain them directly from you. You’ll know who has access, and you’ll also know that no one without a token can store items in your lockers. It’s an extra measure of security for your facility and your customers.

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Choosing Benches for Locker Rooms

March 5th, 2015 by
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Wood-Locker-Room-BenchSome lockers have built-in benches. That’s a space-saving choice that gives each Solid-Plastic-Locker-Benchesuser a dedicated spot. But even with benches incorporated into the design of the lockers, you might still need freestanding locker benches where users can put on shoes or rest gear bags.

As with lockers construction, you’ve got a few different choices for bench construction and materials. For example, our Wood Locker Bench gives you the choice of dark or light finish for the durable butcher block seat. The aluminum pedestal comes ready to bolt to the floor for stability.

If you prefer easy-care plastic to complement plastic lockers, that’s also an option. You can have a 1-inch-thick plastic bench seat with an aluminum pedestal. Or if you need more storage, choose our colorful, Solid Plastic Bench Locker, which combines bench seating with storage underneath. Open cubby-style benches give you storage without a locking door.Request A Quote

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