Drying Lockers

Optical and practical advantages are just two reasons why customers prefer a closed drying system over the standard wall- or floor-mounted configurations. They keep the change room tidy, hygienic and organised. The drying principle is the same: clothes are dried from the inside out, either because the body-shaped hangers are connected to a warm-air blower (providing 200 m³ air per hour), or because the hangers are electrically heated.

  • dry and hygienic equipment

  • lifespan PPE extends by 2-3 times

  • improvement for work and leisure

  • drying from inside-out

  • robust, nearly indestructible drying system

  • optical and practical benefits

  • maintenance-free

  • plug-and-play

  • lockers are made of in zinc-plated sheet steel, powder coated

  • 3 years warranty on locker units

  • wide range of interior dryers available

  • fitted drying systems can be made of stainless steel 304 or 316 (8 years full warranty)

  • optional: on raise plinth
    (closed front)

Locker options

Slanted roof
drying lockers with slanted roof

Range of locks
Pronomar Locker with High Quality Locks

Perforated logo
Pronomar Drying Lockers for FRISC Suits

Almost any RAL colour
efficient drying locker solution

When it comes to drying lockers (singular use) or drying cabinets (for up to 8 people’s workwear), Pronomar has a wide range of options available. The customer can choose from a standard single-walled locker door (1 mm) up to a robust HPL door (12-13 mm). Also there is a range of locks available, from a padlock, permutation lock with central key function, up to an electronic locking system that enables you to translate your security policy into physical access control.

Some companies, for example in the food industry, prefer to have a slanted roof for hygienic reasons. Lockers are optionally available with levelling feet, the company logo in the doors (acting as ventilation grids), a shelf for storing personal things and many more possibilities.

Example pictures of drying rooms with lockers