Solid Plastic Lockers Application Guidelines

Lenox solid plastic lockers are Bradley's solution for broken, dented, rusted and vandalized lockers. Lenox lockers are constructed of solid HDPE (high density polyethylene). Lenox lockers are impervious to moisture, so they won't rust, delaminate, mildew or absorb odors. The color goes all the way through the material, so Lenox lockers never need painting and scratches can easily be repaired. Lenox lockers are highly impact resistant so dents and broken doors that are so common with metal lockers are practically eliminated. Graffiti is also no match for Lenox lockers - it can be easily wiped away with ordinary cleaners.

Lenox lockers are fabricated with all-welded construction. The doors and frames are 1/2" thick and the box is 3/8" thick. The heavy-duty impact resistant material and construction make Lenox lockers virtually indestructible. The doors are hinged to the frames with a full-length powder-coated stainless steel piano hinge. Since the frames, doors and boxes are welded together, there are no fasteners to loosen up or fail. The lockers are fully assembled in the factory, making installation as simple as attaching lockers to the wall and to each other.

The standard door lock is a stainless steel hasp (for a padlock), but key locks, built-in combination locks, coin-operated locks, and keypad locks are also available. Lenox lockers are available in a wide selection of colors.

Standard locker heights: 24", 36", 48", 60", or 72"
Standard locker widths: 12", 15", or 18"
Standard locker depths: 12", 15", 18", 21", or 24".

Slope tops, flat tops, end panels, fillers and locker benches and pedestal benches are also available. The combination of HDPE solid plastic material, all-welded construction, and almost limitless configurations make Lenox lockers an excellent choice for almost any locker application.

Lenox lockers are initially more expensive than knock-down metal lockers. In applications prone to high humidity or vandalism, however, they actually save money in maintenance and replacement costs down the road. The material has withstood the test of time - HDPE has been performing in the marketplace for over 20 years and all Lenox lockers are covered by a 20-year warranty. The low maintenance and high aesthetic values of Lenox lockers make them an investment for the future. Following is a sample of the type of applications best suited to Lenox lockers and some key considerations for specifying them.

Common Applications

Key Considerations

  • Moisture resistant - won't rust or delaminate
  • Graffiti, impact resistant
  • Will not absorb odors
  • Higher initial cost, low maintenance costs
  • Solid color - never needs painting
  • Customization available

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