The locker 3D model is a small, usually narrow compartment, storage space. They are usually found in special cabinets, very often in large quantities, in various public places, such as locker rooms, workplaces, middle and high schools, a transport hub, and the like. They vary in size, purpose, design and safety.
Lockers are usually quite narrow, of different heights and levels of location. Width and depth usually correspond to standard measurements, although sometimes non-standard dimensions occur. Public places with lockers often contain a large number of them, for example at school. They are usually made from painted sheet metal.
Characteristics that usually distinguish them from other types of cabinet or cabinet or storage container:
They are usually equipped with a lock or at least a padlock (sometimes both).
They are usually intended for use in public places and are intended for short-term or long-term private use by people for storing clothes or other personal items. Users can rent the locker for single use or for a period of time for reuse. Sometimes lockers are offered as a free service to people who are engaged in certain activities that require the storage of personal belongings.
Usually, but not always, several of them are combined.
Lockers are usually made of steel, although other materials are sometimes found: wood, laminate and plastic. Steel lockers, which are assembled together, have common side walls and are built, starting with a complete locker; then additional lockers can be added by constructing the floor, roof, rear wall, door and only one additional side wall, with the existing side wall of the previous cabinet serving as the other side wall of the new one. Walls, floors and roof cabinets can be riveted together (more traditional method) or, later, welded together.
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