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The lockers are usually quite narrow, with varying heights and tier arrangements. Width and depth are generally of standard sizes, although custom sizes are sometimes found. Public places with lockers are often plentiful, such as at school. They are usually made of painted sheet metal.

The characteristics that usually distinguish them from other types of cupboard, cabinets, or storage containers:

They are usually equipped with a lock or at least a facility for padlocking (sometimes both).

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They are usually intended for use in public places and are intended for short or long-term personal use by people for personal storage of clothing or other personal items. Users can rent a locker for a single use or for a period of time for repeated use. Some lockers are offered as a free service for people who engage in certain activities that require storage of personal belongings.

There are usually, but not always, several of them joined together.

Lockers are usually physically joined together side by side in banks and are generally made of steel, although wood, laminate, and plastic are sometimes found. Steel lockers that are tilted together have common sidewalls and are built starting from a full locker; Additional lockers can be added by building a floor, roof, back wall, door, and only one additional sidewall, while the existing side wall of the previous locker will serve as another sidewall of the new one. The walls, floor, and roof of the lockers can either be riveted together (the more traditional method) or newly welded.

Locker doors are usually ventilated to allow airflow and so as to keep them clean. These openings are generally a series of horizontal corner slats at the top and bottom of the door, although sometimes there are parallel rows of small square or rectangular openings going up and down the door. Less commonly, the side or rear walls can also have similar ventilation.

Locker doors usually have door stiffeners attached vertically to the inside of the door in the form of a metal plate welded to the inside surface and protruding a fraction of an inch outward to increase the door’s strength make it difficult to open.

Lockers are often made by the same companies that make filing cabinets, office cabinets (sometimes incorrectly called lockers, steel shelving, and other sheet metal products.

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