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First, you only need to measure the width of the locker- the depth (front to back) of the LockerShelf is 9.5″ and most lockers are 12″ or more.
The height of the Double LockerShelf is 26″ and will fit in all single/double tier lockers.
The height of the Single LockerShelf is 14".
Second, lockers come in standard incremental widths
(9",12", and 15″), so it is easy to determine your locker width by simply
measuring the width of the locker door - typically
the door or the opening of the locker is about 2"-3″ smaller than the
inside dimensions of the locker, so you can use the following guideline
as a reference:
If your door width is:
6-7" - you have 9" locker and you need the 9" LockerShelf
9-10" - you have a 12" locker and you need the 12" LockerShelf
12-13" - you have 15" locker and you need the 15" LockerShelf
Keep in mind that lockers come in standard incremental sizes
(9",12",and 15″) so you don’t need to precisely measure the inside of the
However, if you want to measure the inside width of your locker its
easiest to use as standard sheet of 8.5″ x 11″ paper as a reference.
is a breeze – just follow 4 simple steps. The
LockerShelf has been successfully tested in all leading (and some not-
so-leading) brands of lockers. Once you do it – you will be amazed at
how simple the installation is and how strong the shelves are!
As shown in the diagram there are several different configurations
of the LockerShelf™. The single shelf configuration might be more
desirable for the double-tier lockers whereas the double shelf
configurations are ideal for single-tier or taller lockers. Any
configuration of the shelves fit in both the single or double-tier
lockers. It is strictly a matter of personal preference. Our favorite
configuration is the conventional set-up with two large compartments.