A Plus Warehouse, a leading business-to-business distributor of quality industrial equipment, have announced they are now carrying a new line of stainless steel lockers specially designed for use in food service and production.
“Why do our customers need stainless steel lockers? The answer comes down to oxidation – which is basically just a fancy word for rust, but still harmful and illegal in food service and production,” said Ed Stairman, president of A Plus Warehouse. “Whatever food producers can do to keep rust out of production areas should be done religiously, and an A Plus Warehouse stainless steel locker can help in keeping rust out of processing and production areas.”
Stainless steel lockers are optimal for use in semi-conductor manufacturing plants, as manufacturers have similar issues with rust harming the semi-conductors being made. They are also the most economical solution for outdoor or ultra-humid locations where lockers are prone to rust the most frequently.
“Why get lockers that rust out every 12-18 months? A stainless steel locker from A Plus Warehouse can last for years without rusting,” said Stairman. “We provide these lockers in single tier, double tier and box style as well. Our Silver Bullet six box high stainless steel lockers are perfect for use at public pools or gyms.”
A Plus Warehouse’s Silver Bullet stainless steel lockers are the best and one of the few production items of their kind in the market, however if you want to order stainless steel industrial lockers for rust resistance, but want to save some money – you may want to consider galvanite rust resistant lockers, which bridge the gap between standard and stainless steel lockers. Galvanite rust resistant lockers are manufactured with steel specially treated with galvaneel, for a corrosion resistant finish that is harder than galvanized and extremely durable.
A Plus Warehouse has a skilled and respectful sales staff waiting to handle any and all inquiries. To learn more about the new stainless steel lockers from A Plus Warehouse, call 800-209-8798 or visit www.APlusWhs.com.