Bridgeman Teller Lockers
Advanced design, rugged construction, and improved security
Todays new standard in teller lockers has been developed by Bridgeman Security Equipment, the innovative company specializing in institutional security since 1955. Bridgeman teller lockers come in eight different configurations. The cases are constructed from 14 gauge steel and are dimpled on top and bottom for positive interlocking for stacking. They are also designed to stack with our modular safe deposit box cabinets. Doors are 1/4″ solid steel and are hinged with a continuous hinge from the center divider.
Each locker has dual control locks which are U.L. listed. A combination lock is also available for an additional charge. The lockers come in either a satin finish stainless steel or reverse hammertone silver enamel. Beige or bronze reverse hammertone finishes are also available as options. Both attractive finishes provide a virtually maintenance-free vault. Bases are constructed of heavy duty tubular steel and finished to match the boxes. Standard bases are 3″ high. Please specify if optional 3 1/2″ height is required.
A 19″ teller locker stand is available as an option.
• The AX series modular teller lockers come in 6 different configurations
• Three elevations options: 11 1/8″, 22 ¼” and 33 3/8″
• 1/2″ solid aluminum doors faced with stainless steel
• Doors are designed with a heavy flange which interlocks with the door jam
• All lockers are equipped with U.L. listed double key changeable key lock
• Combination locks or electronic combination locks are available as an optional extra
|Dimensions:||Vary by Model|
|Weight:||Vary by Model|
|Materials:||Outer: 14 Gauge Steel, Dimpled for stacking|
|Doors: ¼” Solid Steel|
|Finish:||Satin Stainless Steel|
|Reverse HammerTone – Silver Enamel|
|Reverse HammerTone – Beige|
|Reverse HammerTone – Bronze|
|Key Set-Up:||Dual Key|
|Combo Lock (Optional)|
|Models:||8 Standard Models|
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