Hadrian Lockers

Quality Metal Lockers

Rust & Vandal Resistant Powder Coating

Latest Technology

Hadrian utilizes the latest powder coating technology to apply a hard, even and run-free finish that covers every area of the product and resists impact, abrasions, chemicals, detergents and acids. The flexibility of powder coating allows Hadrian to offer a wide range of exciting finishes, including special effects, anti-graffiti and custom colors.

Rust Resistant

Powder coated cold rolled steel (which is Hadrian’s standard for lockers—with no upcharge) outperforms and resists rust better than liquid painted electro-galvanized steel (which is an upcharge option for other manufacturers). For the ultimate in rust resistant lockers, Hadrian’s upcharge option features a full galvanneal product with our superior powder coated finish.

Thicker paint application helps to combat rust. Powder coating allows for a greater paint thickness to be applied without compromising surface uniformity. Wet paints simply cannot achieve the same thickness without the threat of unsightly runs and surface irregularities.

Rust & Vandal Resistant Powder Coating

Latest Technology

Hadrian utilizes the latest powder coating technology to apply a hard, even and run-free finish that covers every area of the product and resists impact, abrasions, chemicals, detergents and acids. The flexibility of powder coating allows Hadrian to offer a wide range of exciting finishes, including special effects, anti-graffiti and custom colors.

Rust Resistant

Powder coated cold rolled steel (which is Hadrian’s standard for lockers—with no upcharge) outperforms and resists rust better than liquid painted electro-galvanized steel (which is an upcharge option for other manufacturers). For the ultimate in rust resistant lockers, Hadrian’s upcharge option features a full galvanneal product with our superior powder coated finish.

Thicker paint application helps to combat rust. Powder coating allows for a greater paint thickness to be applied without compromising surface uniformity. Wet paints simply cannot achieve the same thickness without the threat of unsightly runs and surface irregularities.

Hadrian Emperor Lockers

  • Unique Design (Clean, ventless door surface)
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  • Quiet Operation
    A honeycomb core that spans the full width and height of the door and rigid double pan design makes Hadrian lockers the quietest you can buy.
  • Maintenance Free, Rigid Door Construction
    Full 1” double pan welded box design provides upgraded rigidity and durability compared to cheaply made lockers.
  • Honeycomb core reinforcement provides impact resistance.
  • Full-length Continuous “Piano” Hinge
    Standard piano hinges outperform knuckle hinge designs.
  • Single Point Latching With No Moving Parts
    Hadrian locker single point latching systems eliminate the need for maintenance. No latch hooks, springs or slide bars needed.
  • Standard friction catch with optional positive latch available.
  • Unobstructed Ventilation
    Perforated shelves allow internal air circulation.
    Louvers in the frame allow unobstructed air flow.
  • Optional Extra Heavy-Duty Door
  • Easy Installation
    2/15” deep frame allows for room to work.
    22 gauge locker tops, hat shelves and bottom shelves are identical and interchangeable.
    Choose your preference of rivets or nuts and screws for assembly. Rivets provide extra strength and tamper-proofing.

Hadrian Gladiator Lockers

  • Highly Durable
  • Maximum Ventilation
    Doors and sides are perforated with oval perforations for air circulation and visual access.
  • Quietest Athletic Locker Available
    Hadrian’s double pan door construction allows for quiet operation free of rattling.
  • Rigid Door Construction
    1” thick double pan box design with 16-gauge outer and 18-gauge inner resulting in extreme durability and rigidity.
  • Single Point Latching With No Moving Parts
  • Heavy-Duty 16-Gauge Continuous Piano Hinge
  • Versatile
    Choose your preference of solid or perforated exposed ends.
    Optional extra heavy-duty 16-gauge slope tops (vs standard 20-gauge).

Latch Systems

Friction Catch (Most Popular)

Friction catch is Hadrian’s standard latch system. With no moving parts, the friction catch system ensures that doors always remain properly adjusted and trouble-free. The locker can be secured with a padlock.

Built-in Combination Lock

Hadrian’s built-in combination latch system integrates a combination lock into the recessed door handle, promoting a secure and clean looking latch area. Several different combination locks will work with Hadrian’s system.

Positive Locker Latch

Hadrian’s positive latch system ensures that the locker door latches securely when closed. The positive latch hasp is located within a recessed, extruded aluminum lock pocket for a clean, uncluttered appearance and the locker can be secured with a padlock. Positive latch is not available for 72” (1829 mm) high six tier or 60” (1524 mm) high five tier lockers, Gladiator lockers, divided lockers, or replacement fronts.

Other locking options may require custom locker modifications. Contact us to find out more.

Specifications

EMPEROR (CORRIDOR) LOCKER SPECIFICATIONS

SECTION 10 51 13

PART 1 GENERAL

Qualifications

Qualifications of alternative lockers will be evaluated only if they are submitted with supporting documents to show that they are equal to or better than these specification standards.

Knocked Down Construction

Each locker built shall have a door mounted in a frame. Individual top, bottom, side, back, shelves, with a common side separating compartments.

Chemical Safety

All materials are completely asbestos free. The paint used shall be a powder coating completely free of all lead and chromate.

Warranty

Hadrian “EMPEROR” lockers are warranted for a period of two years against defective parts and workmanship, excluding vandalism and improper installation.

PART II Products

Materials

All locker parts shall be made of mild cold rolled sheet steel free from surface imperfections and contaminants which would be detrimental to the acceptance of a high grade hybrid epoxy polyester powder finish. At a slight extra cost, locker parts may be made from galvanneal steel. Assembly fasteners shall be zinc plated flat head screws with hex nuts. Rivets (Advel #1661-0613) 3/16″ aluminum dome head 8-25 dome with steel shaft are also available upon request.

Doors

Doors shall be of a double-pan design consisting of a 20-gauge outer panel welded to a 24-gauge inner panel to form a rigid box construction that resists prying. The outer panel to be double flanged on all four edges and the inner panel single flanged on all four edges, providing extraordinary rigidity when both panels are welded together. A structural and sound deadening 1″ cell honeycomb core is bonded to the inner surfaces. The door shall be flush with the frame and include a recessed handle and recessed number plate, both of which eliminate protruding parts. As an up charge option, doors may be constructed with a 16-gauge outer panel. Doors are hinged on the right and swing from left to right.

Door Frames

Both vertical members shall be not less than 16-gauge and formed into a rigid channel 5/8″ wide exposed frame and 2 7/16″side depth. Hadrian’s exclusive frame size offers wide door opening and ease of installing extra deep frame onto body, especially when rivets are used for assembly. The frame shall be completed by 3″ high top and bottom cross members of not less than 18 gauge formed as an open box channel and welded to the verticals. The bottom frames’ full-width lintel extends back and down to form a rigid box to support the bottom shelf. Both vertical frame members shall be formed to offer a full-length 7/16″ wide continuous door strike. The latch vertical member shall include a welded 11-gauge padlock hasp together with a 7/16″ O.D. air-cushioned rubber bumper. No fasteners shall be exposed on fronts of locker doors and frames.

Body

Sides and backs shall be no less than 24-gauge and should not contain extra unnecessary holes unless otherwise specifically used for the assembly of the lockers and accessories on the project. Edges shall be formed to provide a strong and rigid assembly when bolted or riveted together Locker backs are flanged at right angles providing a triple thickness of metal at the back corner connections. Shelves, tops and bottoms shall be interchangeable; not less than 22-gauge and formed into a sturdy pan with a lip formed front edge for additional strength and safety.

Latching/Locking Device – Single Point

Trouble-free use is achieved with no sliding rods, springs, turnhandles or moving latches. An 11-gauge 2” x ¾” padlock hasp shall be securely welded to the continuous strike midway up on the frame and centered at the handle location. The hasp shall be formed to protrude through an extruded aluminum recessed handle, which is cliplocked and bonded to the door. The handle’s inner surface shall be concave and grooved for fingertip door control. To keep the door closed when not in use, a ½” O.D. nylon friction catch shall be installed on the door to engage the frame in four (4) locations. Padlock is standard. For built-in locks (combination, key or coin/card operated) the hasp shall be replaced with a special 11-gauge security strike welded to the frame’s continuous door strike. The lock bolt shall secure itself behind the strike. Access to the secured bolt shall be denied by the full-length stop on the door frame and by the top lip of the strike projecting forward and fitting into a slot in the door, preventing the door and frame from being pulled apart.

Positive Latch Option – spring loaded single point positive latch is an option for lockers that are subject to an “over-stuffing” or “non-lock” end user environment.

Hinge: Continuous

A full-length 18-gauge continuous piano hinge shall be securely welded to the frame and fastened to the door with screws or rivets. Hinge shall maximize security and enhance resistance to abuse and vandalism.

Ventilation

Airflow is achieved through 4 sets of 5 unobstructed louvers ¾” wide x ¼” high in the vertical frame members. Provide 18 each 3/16″ diameter perforations at outside perimeter of each top, shelf, and bottom to offer additional ventilation throughout the inside of each locker.

Number Plate

Each door shall have a high strength black laminated plastic number plate, 2 ½” wide x 1 1/8″ high with white numbers not less than 7/16″ high. Plates shall accommodate up to four digits, be nestled in a recess flush with door surface and shall be fastened to door with two rivets. Unless otherwise specified, lockers will be numbered consecutively from 1 – up.

Interior Equipment

Standard equipment in the single-tier locker shall be one hat shelf and three single prong coat hooks. Double and triple- tier lockers shall have three single prong coat hooks per compartment. Double prong coat hooks and 1″ O.D. coat rods with stainless steel brackets shall be made available. All hooks are chrome plated steel with ball point heads and attached to shelves with two fasteners.

Bench/Pedestal

Benches are available in 3′, 4′, 5′, 6′, 7′, 8′, 10′, and 12′ lengths. Benches shall be hardwood laminate and 32mm (1.25″) thick by 241mm (9.5″) wide. 610mm (24”) wide ADA benches are also available. Corners and edges shall be rounded and the seat shall have a clear lacquer finish. Pedestals shall be made from 6mm (0.25″) by 64mm (2.5”)” aluminum bar; 308mm (12.125″) at the widest point. Pedestals shall be supplied with floor anchors, or rubber leveling glides, to be stationary or moveable (ADA benches use stationary hardware). Benches up to 8′ long shall have two pedestals. Benches 8′ and longer shall have three pedestals. Overall height of the bench assembly is 444mm (17.5″).

Finish

All steel parts and aluminum pedestals shall be thoroughly machine cleaned, phosphatised, and finished with a high performance epoxy powder coating, baked on to provide a uniform, smooth, protective finish. Colors shall be selected from Hadrian’s standard color card, including anti-graffiti and special effects colors. Locker frames to be standard as Black #510, although the other standard colors are available without price increase. All interior body parts are finished in standard Light Grey #535. Special colors, including special powder-coating textures are provided and priced on request.

Part III Execution

Installation

  1. Although assembly by bolting is acceptable, Hadrian recommends assembly by riveting. Rivets provide solid permanent fastening but allow for faster removal by drilling where future rearrangement of lockers or replacement of damaged parts may be required.
  2. Install lockers and bench/pedestals in strict accordance with the Hadrian assembly instructions to achieve a plumb, level and rigid installation.
  3. Safely and securely anchor all lockers properly to walls and/or floors as required. Use fasteners appropriate to load and the substrate.
  4. Install locks (if applicable) and attach number plates in sequence after all lockers have been installed.

Adjustment

Upon completion of installation, inspect lockers and adjust as necessary for proper door closing. Touch up scratches and abrasions to match original finish.

Hadrian Manufacturing, Inc. reserves the right to improve or modify its material and specifications at any time in such a manner as it may consider necessary or advisable and to discontinue the manufacture and sales of any products, without notice.

Hadrian Mfg Inc., 965 Syscon Road, Burlington, ON L7L 5S3 T: 905-333-0300 F: 905-333-1841

Hadrian Inc., 7420 Clover Avenue, Mentor, Ohio 44060 T: 440-9942-9118 F: 440-942-9618

www.hadrian-inc.com

With superior strength, airflow, quietness, and powder coated finish, Gladiators redefine locker room attractiveness. Heavy-duty components integrated with Hadrian’s trouble-free and rugged design create the ultimate athletic locker. With fully ventilated doors and sides, Gladiator lockers allow for increased airflow – an absolute must for serious sporting environments.

Part 1 – General

Qualifications

Qualifications of alternative lockers will be evaluated only if they are submitted with supporting documents to show that they are equal to or better than these specification standards.

Knocked Down Construction

Each locker built shall have a door mounted in a frame. Individual top, bottom, side, back, shelves, with a common side separating compartments.

Chemical Safety

All materials are completely asbestos free. The paint used shall be a powder coating completely free of all lead and chromate.

Warranty

Gladiator lockers are warranted for a period of five years against defective parts and workmanship,excluding vandalism and improper installation.

Part 2 – Products

Materials

All locker parts shall be made of mild cold rolled sheet steel free from surface imperfections and contaminants which would be detrimental to the acceptance of a high grade hybrid epoxy polyester powder finish. At a slight extra cost, locker parts may be made from wiped galvanized steel. Assembly Fasteners shall be zinc plated flat head screws with hex nuts. Rivets (Advel #1661-0613) 3/16″ aluminum dome head/8.25 dome with steel shaft are also available upon request.

Doors

Doors of one-tier, two-tier, three-tier, and four-tier Gladiator lockers shall consist of a perforated double-pan design consisting of a 16 gauge outer panel welded to an 18 gauge inner panel to form a rigid box construction which is resistant to prying. The outer panel shall be double flanged on all four edges and the inner panel single flanged on all four edges, providing extraordinary rigidity when both panels are welded together. Within a solid center section of the one, two, and three-tier doors (approximately 4″/ 102mm above and 4″ / 102mm below recessed handle) a structural and sound deadening 1″ (25mm) cell honeycomb core is bonded to the inner surfaces and such area is separated from the perforated door section with 20 gauge full width channels. The door is ventilated at upper and lower sections with staggered 1/2″ (13mm) wide by 1″ (25mm) high oval perforations. Visual access and ventilation is maximized due to straight-through alignment of inner pan and outer pan perforations. Options available are plain (no ventilation) or offset perforations (not straight-through inner and outer pan holes) if concealing locker contents is preferred. The door shall be flush with the frame and include a recessed handle and recessed number plate. Five-tier and six-tier Gladiator doors shall consist of 20 gauge outer and 20 gauge inner panels with standard recessed handle and number plate, without honeycomb core and ventilated with staggered 1/2″(13mm) wide by 1″ (25mm) high oval perforations. All Gladiator doors are hinged on the right to swing from left to right.

Door Frames

Both vertical members shall be not less than 16 gauge and formed into a rigid channel 5/8″ (16mm) wide exposed frame and 2-7/16″ (62mm) side depth. Hadrian’s exclusive frame size offers wide door opening and ease of installing extra deep frame onto body.The frame shall be completed by 3″ (76mm) high top and bottom cross members of not less than 18 gauge formed as an open box channel and welded to the verticals. The Bottom frames’ full-width lintel extends back and down to form a rigid box to support the bottom shelf. Both vertical frame members shall be formed to offer a full length 7/16″ (11mm) wide continuous door strike. The latch vertical member shall include a welded 11 gauge padlock hasp together with a 7/16″ (11mm) o.d. air-cushioned rubber bumper. No fasteners shall be exposed on fronts of locker doors and frames.

Body

Sides shall be not less than 16 gauge, ventilated with staggered 1/2” (13mm) wide x 1″(25mm) high oval perforations. Sides at exposed end conditions may be perforated or solid.Locker backs shall be solid, not less than 18 gauge with right angle flanges on each vertical side for strength, ease of assembly and rigidity (triple thickness of metal at back corner connections). Shelves, tops, and bottoms shall be not less than 16 gauge, formed into a sturdy pan, interchangeable, flanged on all sides, with a lip formed front edge for additional strength and safety.

Latching/Locking Device – Single Point

Trouble-free use is achieved with no sliding rods, springs, turn handles or moving latches. An11 gauge 2″ (51mm) x 3/4″ (19mm) padlock hasp shall be securely welded to the continuous strike midway up on the frame and centered at the handle location. The hasp shall be formed to protrude through an extruded aluminum recessed handle which is liplocked and bonded to the door. The handle’s inner surface shall be concave and groove for finger-tip door control. To keep the door closed when not in use, a 1/2″ (13mm) o.d. a nylon friction catch shall be installed on the door to engage the frame in four (4) locations. Padlock Is standard. For built-in locks (combination, key or coin/card operated) the hasp shall be replaced with a special 11 gauge security strike welded to the frame’s continuous door strike.The lock bolt shall secure itself behind the strike. Access to the secured bolt shall be denied by the full length stop on the door frame and by the top lip of the strike projecting forward and fitting into a slot in the door, preventing the door and frame from being pried apart.

Hinge Continuous

A full length heavy-duty 16 gauge continuous steel piano hinge shall be securely welded to the frame and fastened to the door with screws or rivets. Hinge shall maximize security and enhance resistance to abuse and vandalism.

Number Plate

Doors shall have a high strength black laminated plastic number plate 2-1/2″(64mm) wide x 1″(25mm) high with numbers not less than 7/16″ (11mm) high. Plates shall accommodate up to four digits, be nestled in a recess flush with door surface and shall be fastened to the door with two rivets. Unless noted otherwise, lockers will be numbered consecutively from 1-up.

Interior Equipment

Standard equipment in the single tier locker shall be one hat shelf and three single prong coat hooks. Double and triple-tier lockers shall have three single prong coat hooks per compartment. All 18″ (457mm) wide lockers shall have an additional single prong coat hook at back (four total per compartment). Double-prong hooks and coat rods with chrome zamac brackets also available as an option. Additionally, two sided hooks will be provided when coat rods are requested. All hooks are zinc plated steel with ballpoint heads and are attached with two fasteners.

Bench/Pedestal

Benches are available in 3’, 4’, 5’, 6’, 7’, 8’, 10’, and 12’ lengths. Benches shall be hardwood laminate and 32mm (1.25”) thick by 241mm (9.5”) wide. 610mm (24”) wide ADA benches are also available. Corners and edges shall be rounded and the seat shall have a clear lacquer finish. Pedestals shall be made from 6mm (0.25”) by 64mm (2.5”)” aluminum bar; 308mm (12.125”) at the widest point. Pedestals shall be supplied with floor anchors, or rubber leveling glides, to be stationary or moveable (ADA benches use stationary hardware). Benches up to 8’ long shall have two pedestals. Benches 8’ and longer shall have three pedes-tals. Overall height of the bench assembly is 444mm (17.5”).

Finish

All steel parts and aluminum pedestals shall be thoroughly machine cleaned, phosphatised and finished with a high performance epoxy powder coating, baked on to provide a uniform, smooth, protective finish. Colors shall be select-ed from Hadrian’s standard color card, including anti-graffiti and special effects colors. Hadrian Gladiator lockers are provided with body parts finished in the same color as selected for doors and frames. If two-toning is preferred, doors may be painted in a different Hadrian color.

Part 3 – Execution

Installation

  1. Although assembly by bolting is acceptable, Hadrian recommends assembly by riveting. Rivets provide solid permanent fastening but allows for fastener removal by drilling where future rearrangement of lockers or replacement of damaged parts may be required.
  2. Install lockers and bench/pedestals in strict accordance with the Hadrian assembly instructions to achieve a plumb, level, rigid installation.
  3. Safely and securely anchor all lockers properly to walls and/or floors as required. Use Fasteners appropriate to load and the substrate.d) Install locks (if applicable) and attach number plates in sequence after all lockers have been installed.

Adjustment

Upon completion of installation, inspect lockers and adjust as necessary for proper door closing. Touch-up scratches and abrasions to match original finish.

Leed v4 Credit Information

Building Product Disclosure and Optimization –Sourcing of Raw Materials

Hadrian products can contribute toward Option 2. Leadership Extraction Practices (1 Point)

Use products that meet at least one of the responsible extraction criteria below for at least 25%, by cost, of the total value of permanently installed building products in the project.Recycled content.

Recycled content is the sum of post-consumer recycled content plus one half the Pre-consumer recycled content, based on cost. Products meeting recycled content criteria are valued at 100% of their cost for the purposes of credit achievement calculation.

For credit achievement calculation, products sourced (extracted, manufactured, and purchased) within 100 miles (160 km) of the project site are valued at 200% of their base contributing cost. For credit achievement calculation, the base contributing cost of individual products compliant with multiple responsible extraction criteria is not permitted to exceed 100% its total actual cost (before regional multipliers) and double counting of single product components compliant with multiple responsible extraction criteria is not permitted and in no case is a product permitted to contribute more than 200% of its total actual cost.

Hadrian’s Recycled Content Documentation

Hadrian’s packaging materials (hardware boxes and locker end-caps) are made from 100% recycled material and our triple-ply, corrugated shipping container (USA) is 100% recyclable.

Low Emitting Materials-Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)

Hadrian products (metal, including honeycomb core and solid plastic) are inherently non emitting sources ofVOCs and do not include integral organic-based surface coatings, binders, or sealants.Our powder coating process utilizes environmentally friendly technology as there is virtually no waste, energy consumption is low, and there are no solvent emissions.

Urea Formaldehyde

Hadrian products do not contain urea formaldehyde.

Building Product Disclosure and Optimization–Material Ingredients
Option 1. Leadership Extraction Practices (1 Point)

Use at least 20 different permanently installed products from at least five different manufacturers that use any of the following programs to demonstrate the chemical inventory of the product to at least 0.1% (1,000 ppm).

Health Product Declaration.

The end-use product has a published, complete Health Product Declaration with full disclosure of known hazards in compliance with the Health Product Declaration Open Standard.

Hadrian’s Contribution – Hadrian is working towards Health Product Declaration (HPD). Release date TBA.