A proper fitness center locker room must allow the member to conveniently utilize their wood locker. High quality locking mechanisms are extremely important in the locker room of a fitness club as multiple members typically use the same locker throughout the day. While the padlock hasp is considered the “standard” lock for the fitness industry, Legacy Lockers offers the widest range of locking mechanisms in the industry. Please visit our lock information page to review the available options or call your sales representative for suggestions and pricing information.
To obtain a new combination chart booklet, fax your request on official letterhead along with the completed Chart Request Form to 1-800-308-9245. The cost for hardcopy charts is $50 ($100 for full end user history). A remittance request for the fee will accompany your chart. Please allow 2-4 weeks from the receipt of your request to process your chart.
Vanguard lockers feature right-hand butt hinges recessed into the doorframe to prevent tampering and forced entry. Office lockers include tamper-proof chrome plated latching handles that provide smooth fingertip operation. Locker doors feature mortis and tenon construction with spot welding for rigidity. Continuous door strikes ensure secure closure; strikes are padded to dampen noise. Latching channels have nylon glides to reduce sound when opening or closing. Legs add 6" to height. Single Tier Storage Lockers have 3-point latching (top, bottom and sides); 18”D Lockers include coat hooks and coat rod. Double Tier and Triple Tier Employee Lockers have 2-point latching (top and bottom). Includes coat rod. Six Tier Box Lockers have friction latch and hasp (padlocks sold separately). 16 Person Lockers include sixteen 12”W x 18”D x 12”H compartments and a center coat rod. Recommended to anchor steel lockers to floor and/or wall for safety. Powder coat finish available in the following colors: Gray, Champagne, Marine Blue, or Burgundy.
Locker doors usually have some kind of ventilation to provide for the flow of air to aid in cleanliness. These vents usually take the form of a series of horizontal angled slats at the top and bottom of the door, although sometimes parallel rows of small square or rectangular holes are found instead, running up and down the door. Less often, the side or rear walls may also have similar ventilation.
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