The use of phenolic lockers and phenolic cabins for companies, offices and workplaces makes more sense today than ever before. The new security regulations implemented because of the C0VID-19 pandemic have forced a change of habits in factories, shops and businesses, arranging and restricting access and controlling the objects that employees touch on a daily basis.
Therefore, many companies have determined that the changing rooms of their staff should be equipped with hygienic cabins and hygienic lockers that offer each employee a place to change and store their belongings during their shifts independently from those of the rest. These measures help to establish controls on objects arriving from the outside (clothing, personal items, etc.) safeguarding the cleaning operations carried out in the company’s own facilities.
Phenolic lockers and phenolic cabins are the perfect solution for this new situation, mainly because they are easy to clean and resistant to sanitising products. By far, phenolic furniture is the most resistant to the continuous daily cleaning process required by the new COVID-19 guidelines.
The key lies in the phenolic panel used to make it. The non-porous surface of phenolic panel repels dirt and has anti-bacterial and anti-corrosion properties. In addition, this type of furniture is fireproof and highly resistant to both humidity as well as scratches and impacts. Therefore, phenolic lockers and cabins are the ones that least degrade over time, and the best option to face the new hygienic requirements in companies.
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