Penco lockers are designed to accept built-in key or combination locks, padlocks and in certain circumstances coin or card locks. Locks are always ordered separately.
Have confidence in your lock and locker selections. Penco's lockers are now certified through the Master Lock Lock-Locker Certification Program™.
Flat key or grooved key models available. Deadbolt and spring bolt construction. Reversible for LH & RH applications.
Available with five combination changes for security year to year. Master key controlled. Stainless steel escutcheon plate. Use deadbolt models for all but box lockers, which use spring bolts. Available in LH & RH models.
Available with and without master keying. 3 number dialing. Rust resistant. Fits box lockers, die-cast handles, recessed handles, cremone handles, and basket racks. Note: For proper fit and security, the padlock shackle must have a diameter of 9/32" or 5/16" and a distance of .75" to .81" between the top of the case and the underside of the shackle when in the locked position.
Ideal for public or private applications that require security with the assurance that keys will be returned or as a revenue producer. Coin locks fit most Penco lockers. Available in 2 types: coin return and coin collection. Not available for Defiant lockers.
Key Lock Model No. 9707. Just insert key (turning not required) and lift latch pull to open door. Key Lock Model No. 9676A. Has an oversized key head to facilitate turning.
LOCKS: (Specify lock brand if desired, location and locker type if appropriate.) All locks shall have bolt types appropriate to the mode of locker operations.
Built-In Flat Key Locks: Lockers shall be equipped with built-in flat key type locks. All locks shall be master keyed to the same series. Provide two (2) keys for each lock and two (2) master keys for the system.
Built-In Grooved Key Locks (Pin Tumbler): Lockers shall be equipped with built-in grooved key type locks. All locks shall be master keyed to the same series. Provide two (2) keys for each lock and two (2) master keys for the system.
Built-in Combination Locks: Lockers shall be equipped with built-in combination locks. Locks shall have three-number combination dialing and be capable of at least five different combination changes. Master key, combination change key, if required, and combination control charts shall be provided to the owner.
Padlocks-Combination Type: Master keyed combination type padlocks shall be provided for all locker doors. Locks shall have three-number combination dialing. Master key shall be provided to the owner.
Coin Operated Locks: (Certain locker types and sizes will not accept coin locks; verify with locker manufacturer).
Coin operated locks shall be provided for lockers.
Locks shall be (select one):
Coin return/deposit type; Coin collect/pay type; Card Lock.
Coin fee shall be (select one):
Token; One (1) Quarter; Two (2) Quarters; Card Lock.
Locks are to be installed on lockers using security-type machine screws.