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Locker security is one of the most important aspects of any facility to prevent theft of valuable assets and personal belongings. Yet, it can be one of the most overlooked security measures. The first step to optimum security is choosing a locker lock. Here are some questions you can ask yourself to get started:


  • Who will be using the lock? If it’s for many users, you may want to consider a lock with multiple access codes or keys to ensure easy access to everyone who needs it.
  • What’s your budget? Some lock options can be more expensive than others, so it’s important to determine what you can afford before making a decision.
  • How secure do you need the locks to be? If you’re dealing with sensitive information or valuable assets, you may need a higher level of security than a standard lock can provide.

With these factors in mind, let’s take a look at our available lock options to determine which is best suited to meet your facility’s needs.

  • Keyed Lock

keyed lock


If you’re looking for a simple and cost-effective lock, then our Keyed Lock option is a great choice. Our Keyed Lock is a traditional lock that requires a physical key to open and close. It’s the perfect choice for any setting as well as for those who prefer a more traditional type of security. One thing to keep in mind is if you lose your key, you will need to have a lock re-keyed or replaced.



  • Cam Padlock Hasp

cam padlock hasp


Our Cam Padlock Hasp is another one of our most chosen lock options. It’s also one of our most cost-effective lock solutions! By choosing a padlock hasp, users can easily select and manage the type of lock that fit their needs. This flexibility allows facilities to decide which locker doors need a lock and which can be left open as community areas. Choosing a hasp also eliminates the need for key inventory, maintenance and monitoring.


  • Combination Lock

keyed combination lock


Our Combination Lock option is most commonly used in health clubs, gyms and other commercial spaces where users are assigned a specific locker. With the combination feature, a user wouldn’t need a key, but does have a key override if necessary. This also makes it easy to conduct locker checks in both schools and business settings by not having to break traditional padlocks.



  • Zephyr Electronic Lock

zephyr electronic lock


If you’re looking for a digital lock option with a more modern, upscale look, consider our Zephyr Electronic Lock. With no key required, this lock can be used by multiple users and is ideal for many settings, including healthcare, health clubs, gyms, employee locker rooms and more! Users can easily enter a secure, self-selected 4-digit code for lock access. There’s also an override feature so managers can unlock the lock and clear codes when necessary. ADA locks are available upon request.


  • CompX Lock ADA Compliant

compx lock ada compliant


Our Compx Lock is a great ADA-compliant digital lock option for many commercial settings. With a self-locking feature, there’s no need to turn a key or rotate a knob to the locked position. The lock has one user code and one supervisor code to unlock if needed. It’s the go-to solution for facilities that face problems with locker doors not staying locked!

The Next Step

Ready to move forward with your locker room project? Whether you need lockers with specific sizes, shapes or storage configurations, we can create a design that exceeds your expectations. If you’re interested in a specific locker lock type that’s not listed, don’t worry! Our team has the design capabilities to make it a reality. Reach out to us today for more details!