Commercial Lockers with an optional Locking Coin
feature are fast becoming the ideal solution wherever safe temporary storage for
clothing, valuables, retail purchases, and other items is required. The principle is very simple. An optional locking coin feature is
assembled on to a new or existing locker.
This optional locking coin feature has a key that can not be removed from
the lock until a deposit of a coin is inserted. When the coin (or token) is inserted the
key will open the locker door and the user can place his or her items
inside. The key is removed and the
door is locked. Then when the user wishes to retrieve his or her things, the key
is inserted to open the locker door.
Depending on the model you wish to install, the coin deposit may or may
not be returned. If the coin is not
returned then the locker owner has chosen to keep the coin as a rental fee. If the coin is returned then the user
will typically use the locker for shorter periods of time because he or she
wishes to retrieve the coin deposit.
Commercial Lockers with an optional Locking Coin feature
are becoming a very popular security feature in the retail industry. In order to prevent or limit the ease of
shoplifting, many retail stores ask an arriving customer to place their bags or
other items in a secure locker.
This eliminates the possibility that the shopper will shoplift an item by
slipping it into the bag of an earlier purchase. Honest shoppers understand the need for
this security and virtually all are happy to comply with the retailer’s
Some of the new
Lockers with an optional Locking Coin feature have a 2-coin-insertion option that offers the locker owner more
flexibility in the management of his lockers. These types of 2 coin deposit locks will
minimize the risk of key losses and the owner will earn profits because one coin
is kept as a locker use fee. This
system combines the convenience of a deposit with the profitability of a
rental. The advantages of this
system are numerous including saving on personnel costs because of the
self-service aspect, elimination of key loss and implied liability, high
customer satisfaction, and higher profits.
Other innovations that will be coming to the market soon will be a
feature to protect against hidden theft and a feature to prevent the use of the
locker beyond the permitted time.
of the Commercial
Lockers with an optional Locking Coin feature
management can substitute tokens for the coins and assign any value it wishes to
the value of the token. This gives management the flexibility to set and change
prices at any time because the price is represented by the token. The investment in the locker and lock
installation can be paid for in a relatively short period of time.
all lockers can be used with an optional Locking Coin feature, we recommend solid
plastic lockers because they save money in the long term. These lockers are
built of solid HDPE (high density polyethylene) plastic and will not rust or
corrode. They do not delaminate and resist mildew and odors. They never need painting because the
color is throughout the material.
They are also highly impact resistant and vandal resistant. And as an added bonus, graffiti is
easily wiped away with common cleaners.
They are almost the perfect solution as Commercial Lockers with an
optional Locking Coin feature.
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