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~ STORAGE DESIGN LTD ~ SD22 ~ 2017 LOCKERS LOCKER ACCESSORIES


PROBE WASHERS, NUTS & BOLTS Washers, Nuts & Bolts for Probe lockers.


Code


NB100 PNNB


Type Nesting Nuts and Bolts - Pack of 100 Plastic Nesting Nut and Bolt sets, Incl Rubber Sealing Washers - Pack of 100


LINK LOCKER MASTER KEYS Master Key for Link Lockers


• Please note these will be delivered separately (for security reasons) E270ER


£10.00


PROBE LOCKER MASTER KEYS Master Key for Probe Lockers.


• Please note these will be delivered separately (for security reasons) CMK


£10.00 Each


£10.20 £15.72


STANDARD LOCK OPTIONS No cost option. Just specify lock choice at time of order.


Lockers are supplied with a micro sprung 10 disc lock.


Supplied with 2 keys. A master key is available.


A Hasp & Staple padlock fitting (padlock not included) can be fitted as an alternative to a disc lock at no extra cost.


Lockers are fitted with a deadlock as standard.


Supplied with 2 keys. A master key is available.


A Hasp & Staple padlock fitting (padlock not included) can be fitted as an alternative to a deadlock at no extra cost.


PADLOCK SPECIFICATION


We recommend the use of padlocks with the following dimensions:


A C B


Shackle Diameter (A) Top Dimension (B) Shackle Internal (C)


Minimum Maximum 6mm


7.5mm


19mm 25mm 19mm 25mm


Minimum Maximum 6mm


7.5mm


19mm 25mm 19mm 25mm


LOCKER LOCK OPTIONS


When considering a lock type, you’ll need to consider security, convenience, on-site management and ultimately what is best for your environment. Our range of optional locks will cover all requirements. Ring us for details and pricing.


A COIN/TOKEN RETURN LOCK Ideal when lockers have ‘shared’ users. The key is released when coin (£/€) or token is inserted. Key is captive again when the door is reopened and the coin/ token is returned to the user .


B COIN/TOKEN RETAIN LOCK Generates revenue from ‘shared’ user lockers. The key is released when coin (£/€) or token is inserted. Key is captive again when the door is reopened. Coin/token is retained in the box .


A B


C COMBINATION LOCK The Probe 4 digit code combination lock has 10,000 possible combinations, making losing keys a thing of the past. Suitable for multi user applications. Master override key sold separately.


D DIGITAL COMBINATION LOCK Simple-to-use, battery-operated keyless lock. Can be programmed for dedicated single-user or multi-user ‘open access’ mode. Personal entry code can be set and changed, whilst a master key ensures supervisor access. Can be used vertically or horizontally


C D


E FOUR TUMBLER COMBINATION LOCK Ideal for facilities where keys are not desirable. The lock can be reset whenever it is open. This allows the locker to be used by several people at different times throughout.


F TRANSPONDER LOCK A keyless locking system where the user bracelet is paired to an electronic lock. If the bracelet is lost, a new one is easily reprogrammed. This solution is perfect for gyms, sport centres and many other leisure facilities.


D A B TCONTACT US


O DISCUSS YOUR REQUIREMENTS


E 74 STORAGE DESIGN LTD TEL:01446772614 info@storage-design.ltd.uk www.storage-design.ltd.uk


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