There are many security options for most lockers. The standard locker locks are a cam lock or a hasp and staple lock. The Cam lock is key operated and is supplied with two keys as standard. Each lock is usually part of a series of between 2000 and 3000 variants. Hasp and Staple locker locks are deisgned so that the user can supply their own padlock. Hasp and Staple locks are also known as Swivel Locks, Butterfly Locks, Pistolgrip Locks and many more depending upon the profile of the lock as it is seen on the locker door.
Alternative key locks available include radial pin locks.
Combination Locker Locks
Combination Locker Locks come in a variety of formats however the most popular options are a radial variety with the option for a master key override and a three or four wheel design. These wheel combination locks are also available with a master key.
Digital Combination Locks again provide the user with an alternative to standard combination locks. These locks are simple to programme and use and have upto 40,000 different combinations with the added advantage of no more lost keys.
Coin Operated Locker Locks
Coin operated locker locks are available as either coin return or coin retain options. As the names suggest, coin return locks are deisgned to return the money to the locker user after use whereas the coin retain locks are designed to keep the money from the locker user.