Office lockers 02New trends and formats in workplace design have embraced and revalued the idea of office lockers. The idea behind their use is to have places to store and remove from sight papers, documents and work material used on a regular basis.

This is the case of the open-space offices. This model proposes an office design with very flexible open spaces, which offer different areas for meetings or interaction according to the needs of each moment and totally replace the traditional private or individual workspaces. Here, office lockers play a key role as storage spaces. For example, it is common for workstations to be used by different people who cannot leave their papers and personal belongings strewn around when they go home. This is when lockers provide a convenient storage space.

But even in more classically-structured offices, a clean desk guideline may well be in place, requiring the desk to be left completely clear at the end of each working day. This ensures document confidentiality while facilitating cleaning chores and improving the company’s image.

In all these cases, the phenolic lockers are one of the best available options. They are tough and resistant to impact, scratches and daily use by different people. They also have a low-porosity surface that is non-corrosive, anti-bacterial, easy to clean and disinfect, and they are resistant to fire and humidity. The Spigocompac catalogue offers different models with red, black, yellow, white, grey, green or blue finishes, but they can also be made to measure according to client requirements.

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