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What are locker stands

Locker stands can be an essential part of your locker project

Lockers on stands, also known as pedestal lockers or elevated lockers, are often used in situations where there is limited floor space or where the locker area needs to be kept clean and dry. There are several reasons why lockers may be put on stands:

  1. Floor protection: By raising lockers off the floor, they can be protected from damage caused by moisture, flooding, or spills. This is particularly important in areas such as changing rooms or sports facilities where the floors may be wet or dirty.

  2. Easy cleaning: Stands allow for easy access to the area underneath the lockers, making it easier to clean the floor and prevent the buildup of dirt and debris. This is especially important in areas that require high levels of cleanliness, such as hospitals or food processing plants.

  3. Space-saving: In areas with limited floor space, lockers on stands can provide additional storage without taking up valuable floor space. The elevated lockers can also help create a more open and spacious feel to the area.

  4. Security: Lockers on stands can provide additional security by making it more difficult for unauthorized individuals to access the locker area. The elevated lockers can also provide better visibility for monitoring the area and detecting any potential security threats.

  5. They can also help to avoid ground level pipes and obsticles.

  6. Great for uneven floors: it's very difficult to fit lockers on uneven floors. locker stands feature adjustable feet which simply eliminate this problem.

Overall, lockers on stands can provide several benefits, including improved cleanliness, increased security, and space-saving storage options. They are often used in a variety of settings, including schools, gyms, hospitals, and industrial facilities.


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