Small lockers are generally used in place of larger more standard lockers due to anomalies in the locker room. These anomalies can often take the form of windows, low walls are wall mounted furniture ie light switches, alarms etc. Small Lockers allow the planning of a locker room to maintain an image whilst overcoming the obstacles. Small lockers are generally reproductions of individually sized compartments normally found within the range of compartment lockers. For example, the basic small lockers are cube lockers. Cube Lockers are available in three standard sizes although other sizes are available. Cube Lockers are available in 305mm, 380mm or 450mm. The 305mm Cube Locker is a reproduction of a compartment from a six compartment locker. The 380mm from a five compartment locker and the 450mm from a four compartment locker. Each cube locker has exactly the same height width and depth. They are each available with a range of locking mechanisms as the standard compartment lockers, and are all available with exactly the same colour options.
The Quarto lockers are also standard across the locker industry. A Quarto locker represents a quarter of the height and as such mimics the size of a compartment in a four compartment locker. The only difference is that with a quarto locker, the height, width and depth are not equal, usually the height stays the same as the height of a four compartment locker compartment. The width and depth are usually standards that relate to the four compartment lockers with widths normally around 305mm and depths normally of 305mm and 450mm.
Both the Cube and Quarto lockers can be stacked in any configuration depending on the needs of each individual client.
In Brief: Cube / Quarto Lockers – Small Compartments – Locker Room Anomolies
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