Ventilation and inclined top
Ventilation is either gravity-based, through holes in the top and bottom, or mechanical, if the lockers are integrated into the building’s ventilation system. Ventilation is required if work clothing is exposed to moisture or dirt.
Upon request, an exhaust air duct can be installed on top of the cabinets, which is connected to the ventilation system of the building. The duct adds 50 mm to the overall locker height.
Inclined top facilitates cleaning and avoids stuff from accumulating on top of the lockers. With inclined top, the lockers can be connected to the building’s ventilation system. Inclined top adds 150 mm to the overall locker height (rear edge).
Extra holes can be made in the locker base plate for improved ventilation.
PERFORATED BACK PLATE
The back plate can be perforated, for example, to improve locker ventilation.