Zephyr Lock ‘Ups’ the Competition with New Line of Shared-Use Locks
Zephyr Lock’s new addition to its line of club locker locks are a step above the competition in terms of simplicity, reliability and cost effectiveness. The 2310 Electronic Cam Lock offers the flexibility of permanent or shared-use applications. The 3310 Mechanical Shared Use Lock offers shared use without the need for batteries. Both can be recessed mounted for a lower profile and sleeker look on wood, phenolic or plastic lockers, and are easily retrofitted to many locker styles.
Simplicity: Thanks to the simple and intuitive shared-use operation, user adoption is simple. Users are able to quickly and confidently secure their personal items while using the facility. Each new user enters their own self-selected code each time they choose to secure and then access their belongings. In case of an emergency, supervisors are able to access locks easily with control keys.
Reliability: Zephyr Lock 2310’s duty cycle and battery life far exceeds competitors due to the manual cam lock option. The 3310 offers reliability and a maintenance-free option for high-traffic, multi-use environments.
Cost Effectiveness: Consumers can easily justify the investment to upgrade to Zephyr Lock’s club line of locks with greatly reduced maintenance as well as improved user service and experience while using the facility.
Since 2001, Zephyr Lock has been a welcome addition to the locker industry. Drawing on 60 years of lock design, its products reflect the most complete and innovative line of locking solutions. Today, Zephyr manufactures locks for lockers in every kind of setting, including ADA compliance, recreation and health clubs.
- 10-digit keypad with input button.
- Manual turn knob with cam lever assembly.
- Control key override.
- 2310 powered by two AA batteries.
- Easy-to-use turn knob for manual open and close.
- 2310 offers surface or recessed mounting.
- 3310 offers recessed mounting.
- Shared Use: Users choose an available locker and enter a self-selected four-digit code. To open, users re-enter self-selected code and unlock locker. Code is erased.
- Permanent Use: Users choose an available locker and enter a self-selected four-digit code. The lock will retain the code.