Chlorine used in swimming pools doesn't work mix well with most metals, which is why leisure clubs use aluminium and laminate lockers rather than mild steel. This problem applies to locker locks as well.
If your lockers are poolside or in a changing room with high chlorine exposure, then you can expect most locker locks to suffer from extensive oxidisation over a period of time.
The New 3781 chlorine resistant lock solves this problem and is guaranteed against damage in the harshest environments.
Easy to fit and use
These locks can be retrofitted to your existing lockers and because they operate on a code, there are no more lost keys or users asking for change.
This lock has two modes; single user, which uses the same code over and over, and the more popular multi-user, which allows the user to set their own code which then resets once the door is open ready for the next person. There is also master and sub master code for senior and duty managers to utilise.
These locks are a fantastic alternative to coin operated locks. With the change in the £1 coin coming along, it may be a good time to go keyless.