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Postbox Lockers

September 14th, 2009

The range of postbox lockers is designed to satisfy certain criteria. For example, postbox lockers are normally based on either the six or eight compartment lockers. Why?, because these lockers have compartment sizes which lend themselves more towards the size of pigeon holes required for general post. For example, lockers which measure approx 300mm wide x 300mm deep will accommodate A4 post whereas larger sized documents will require a locker measuring 300mm wide approx x 450mm deep approx. Each door within a postbox locker is reduced in height to provide the ‘postal’ slot. Doors can be fitted with a range of locking mechanisms including key locks and padlock fitment locks. Each postbox locker is designed to accommodate letters and small packages up to 25mm (1”) thick. Postbox lockers are suitable for post rooms and office environments where staff collect their incoming post from a central point.

In Brief: Postbox Lockers – Post rooms / Offices – Letters and Small packets only

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Postbox Lockers

Postbox Lockers