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How to Specify Door Locks

Choosing the right lock is a very important decision in building your locker.  Things to consider when selecting your lock would be; ease of use, temporary or permament, ADA requirements and the most important consideration of all, membership preference.


Padlock Hasp 


Padlock hasps allow users to bring their own padlocks, providing flexibility and minimal management. ADA compliant padlocks are available for use with these systems as well.


High Security Padlock Hasps: Includes a metal strike plate mounted to the front of the locker and a z-shaped metal plate that is mounted inside the locker and extends through the front plate. Also includes a pull knob. The large metal strike plate gives a clean, modern look to lockers.

Ojmar OCS Touchpad Lock


Ojmar electronic locks can be programmed for either shared, or single user modes. Battery powered, they can be programmed to unlock after a period of time to make locker management faster. They offer designs for wet or dry environments and are available in either black or white.


Suggested usage:

These locks have a reputation for durability and are good choices for athletic clubs, spas, and corporate environments.


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Digilock Electronic Lock


Digilock locks are available for assigned or shared usage environments, where the lock either is operated with one assigned code, or where users can enter their own 4-digit code with each use. These locks are electronic and use batteries. They are ADA compatible with a slot for a special ADA user key.


Suggested Usage:

These locks have a high-end contemporary look and feel and are good choices for athletic clubs, spas, and college/pro athletic lockers. Also available in slim vertical body style.


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Temporary (DK-ATS) User Instructions

Permanent (DK-APS) User Instructions

Five Pin Keylock 


Classic's standard is a Heavy-duty five-pin tumbler key lock, furnished with 2 master keys and 2 user keys per lock. It has a small footprint on the door face, leaving the focus on the locker design.


Suggested usage:

These locks are best suited for single-user scenarios including private clubs, workspace lockers, and wine lockers.

Keyless Security Lock


The Keyless Security Lock lets individual users set their own personal combination with each usage. When the lock is open, users can spin the four dials to select their combination. It’s wireless, and uses no batteries.


Suggested Usage:

Because the combination can be easily reset with each usage, KSL locks are the best choice for day-use lockers or environments where the locker users change frequently including fitness clubs, spas, corporate, and activity centers.


User Instructional Video

Manager Key Instructional Video

Built-in Combination Lock


Single Combination dial mounted to door front utilizes a pre-assigned 3 number code.


Suggested Usage:

These locks are a good fit for locations where the lockers are assigned for a medium/long duration, such as a school or a sports team environment.  They are helpful because there are no keys to lose and the management retains control of the lock, but because the combination is not easily changed, it should not be implemented for day use.


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User Instructional Video

Changing Combinations Video