Your personal effects, clothing and specialist work wear can be securely stored in a steel locker. Carcasses can be riveted or welded, hinged doors can be fitted with a choice of locking mechanisms. Cabinets and doors can be painted to match the room decor or to differentiate lockers by usage. Steel lockers are used extensively in Schools, Colleges, Hospitals and the Workplace, or in any environment where individuals need to store their clothing and valuables safely and securely.
Standard and specialist lockers including:
• Single and multi door lockers.
• Combination lockers.
• Clean & Dirty lockers.
• Two-person lockers.
• Twin lockers.
• Personal effects lockers.
• Personal Protective Equipment lockers.
Width: 300mm & 450mm
Depth: 300mm & 450mm
Factory fitted accessories:
• 4 digit combination lock with master key.
• Internal hanging rail.
• Number plate and key fob.
• Electronic combination lock.
• Coin or token return lock.
• Closure mechanism with padlock fitting.
• Fixed shelves.
We can assure you of the highest standards of design and manufacture. We take time to understand your storage needs and take great care to recommend the right product to make your working environment effective and efficient.
These products feature in our comprehensive mail order catalogue and are available as supply only or as part of an installation.
For an immediate and professional response, please call us on 01527 517055, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Are You Ready For The New £1 Coin?
The current £1 coin is being replaced for the first time in over thirty years because of its vulnerability to sophisticated counterfeiters. That is why a new, highly secure coin is being introduced in March 2017 to reduce the costs of counterfeits to businesses and the taxpayer.
The new £1 coin is very different to the old one. This means that you will need to upgrade your coin handling equipment. Coin handling equipment includes vending machines, car park ticket machines, leisure centre lockers, supermarket trolleys, gaming machines, self-service checkouts, cash counting machines and any other machine that accepts £1 coins.
Before March 2017, you should:
- Check whether you operate equipment that uses the £1 coin.
- Contact your equipment supplier to find out if you need to make any adaptations or upgrades.
- Make the necessary changes to your coin handling equipment.
- Train your staff on the features of the new £1 coin.