All steel lockers for cloakrooms and changing rooms in schools, workplaces and leisure facilities – suitable for dry areas
Product Application – steel lockers are suitable for dry areas in changing rooms in schools, workplaces and leisure facilities.
Product Ref: SC/SD – Steel Carcass, Steel Door
Steel Locker Specification:Steel lockers are manufactured in 20/22SWG mild steel, with spot-welded construction for maximum strength and rigidity.Concealed door hinges are spot welded to the door and riveted to the locker carcass for easy replacement.All doors have robust door stiffeners.If using a sloping top locker, the top is an integral part of the locker, not an addition.A unique, strengthened base minimises damage to floor and contact with water through cleaning processes.
LOCKER FINISHPhosphated, prior to electrostatic anti-bacterial powder coating.
Carcass and Door colours:
SC/SD Standard Range Colours:
Light Grey RAL 7035
Desert Sand BS08B21
Reef Green BS16C37
Iris Blue BS166
Glacier Green BS16C33
SC/SD Premier Range Colours:
Please note these colours will appear different on different monitor settings and as such are offered for guidance only – if colour is critical please contact us to see actual samples of the material.*Premier range colours have a surcharge of 5%. (Depending on quantity, multiple door colours might be subject to a surcharge – call us on 01905 45 22 45 for details.)
Autumn Rose BS04C37
Purple Heather BS22C37
Wild Lilac BS24C33
*Silver RAL 9006 (special)
*Black RAL 9005
*White RAL 9010
*Pine Tree Green RAL 6028
Logo Vents and Lock enclosuresStandard steel locker doors will have a ‘logo vent’ to assist air circulation in each compartment.Most doors will also be fitted with our unique lock enclosure, which has a circular indentation for a number plate and is colour coordinated with the first four standard colours when used as a carcass colour, flint is used with the rest.
The standard steel locker range has been tested to both:
- BS 4680: 1996 – Heavy Duty
- BS 4875: Part 7 2006 ‘Test level 5 – Severe Contract’