STORAGE DESIGN LTD ~ ELITE LOCKERS 2019 range of products

l Anti-bacterial powder coating - elite GUARD

l Robust steel construction, 0.7 - 0.9mm steel thickness

l Welded frame design l Comprehensive locker accessories

l 4000 differ series key cam lock for added security

l Cloakroom equipment available l Keyless locking options available


These steel coloured lockers are manufactured to the highest specification.

Lockers are welded and riveted in construction. Semi concealed hinges are welded to the door and riveted to the frame, allowing easy replacement of doors. Doors are fixed within a rebated frame to enhance compartment security. Selected doors are reinforced with profiled steel sections. Top and bottom plinths are vented to create an airflow to assist with air changes.

The carcass incorporates nesting holes on all sides and a return flange at the base for extra strength and to reduce floor damage. Lockers are manufactured using CR4 and bright galvanised steel components. Material thickness specification 0.9mm doors and frame, 0.7mm carcass and shelves. Painted components are epoxy polyester powder coated prior to assembly to ensure all surfaces are protected. Nested lockers are manufactured with common sides. The materials used classifies this locker as a fire retardant product meeting the BS Class ‘0’ rating.

Direct deliveries to the end user or traders business address included in the rrp pricing. Deliveries to commercial premises only, does not include deliveries to private addresses. Deliveries to kerbside only, nearest point of entry to the premises. Any delivery restrictions, e.g. size of vehicle, height and weight should be noted at time of order, extra charges will be incurred if a smaller/ non-standard sized vehicle is necessary to complete the delivery. Redelivery charges will apply for a failed delivery. Specific day deliveries can be arranged for full vehicle loads only, extra charges may apply.

Components of products that feature an epoxy powder coated paint finish will incorporate an anti-bacterial additive which is 99.9% effective against E.coli, MRSA and moulds for the life of the product. These products are ideally suited for use in the healthcare, food, pharmaceutical industries and in areas where hygiene is important.

0.7-0.9mm STEEL

Various products contain a mix of steel finishes and component thicknesses, the icon indicates the range of steel thicknesses used in the product.


Cloakroom island seating is supplied flat packed and will require assembly on site. Freestanding benches supplied assembled. Cloakroom lockers require assembly.


Tray storage cupboards will require the trays and runners to be loaded into the cupboard. Instruction guide will be included within the product packaging. The trays and runners are delivered separately from the cupboard.


100% manufactured in the UK. Steel sourced from UK steel stockholders. Locker components e.g. locks sourced outside of the UK.

Available colour options on selected products. Components are pre-treated with an iron-phosphate chemical process prior to a satin gloss epoxy polyester powder coating paint finish. Bespoke colour options available on application.

Locker/cupboard test sample componants complied with the requirements for BS 'Class 0' surface, as defined in paragraph A13 (b) of approved document B, 'Fire Safety', to the building regulations 2000. The result of the tests to BS 476: Part 6:1989+A1: 2009 and BS 476: part 7: 1997, demonstrate that the products, as tested, complies with the requirements for 'Class 0'.



Lockers manufactured with an air-flow venting system incorporated in the top and bottom locker plinth.


RAL 6018 Green

RAL 5002 Blue

Yellow RAL 1023

Dark Grey RAL 7024

RAL 9005 Black BS 538 Red

Mid Grey BS 00A05

RAL 9010 White



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