BiketoWork locker comes in two versions - metal and polyethylene (our decent economical alternative). Forget the fiberglass, veneered particle board, or other low priced options you may encounter. They'll end up costing you much more when they have to be replaced.
BiketoWork Locker - Metal It's easy to design a metal locker—six sides, a divider, and a couple of doors, right? The shape may be simple but to take advantage of the relative strength of metal you've got to really think through the underlying design. Whether a locker will endure hinges primarily on its door design. BTWL-M incorporates a rugged, uni-constructed door and frame panel, and a sturdy, framed door means no developing gaps over time. Gaps invite thievery. Yes, this uni-constructed frame is more expensive than other bread boxes you'll find, but well worth it.
All panels are pan-constructed with fasteners originating on the inside.
to see BiketoWork Locker (metal) in use.
Be ready for HEAVY pallets with forklift or proper loading dock.
Division of tasks makes installation go faster.
No posing or sluffing off.
Happily attaching splines for common wall lockers.
Sturdy and accurate uni-constructed door and frame.
Pop-out T-handle with barrel cylindrical locks.
Molded pistol grip handle for padlock locking.
Pistol grip with optional u-lock collar.
Good tools to have handy.
Inside door hardware for pop-out T-handle arrangement.