Choosing the right materials for your facility depends on a variety of factors, including cost, life span, and availability. Our library of case studies is designed to save you the trouble of guessing whether HDPE products are right for you by showing you how other facilities relied on our solutions to achieve their design goals. Each case study features a real-world application in which our lockers, bathroom partitions, shower stalls, or other products were used to meet unique building and facility needs. From durability to bacteria resistance, HDPE proves to be a favorite material for savvy architects and designers. (It can even help you to achieve LEED Certification!)
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What Our Customers Say
There wasn’t even a debate when we started to specify materials for Pioneer Hall. We knew Scranton Products’ Aria Partitions® were the ideal choice. In addition to being structurally sound and durable, they provided the privacy required for this co-ed residence hall, while looking great and resisting odors and graffiti.
No one can match their durability or the elegance and privacy now offered through the Aria Partitions product line. Scranton Products bathroom partitions are the best in the marketplace.
I’ve had excellent experiences with Scranton Products in the past and had no doubts about their reliability and longevity this time around.
They (Duralife Lockers) have performed so well and look so great that if I could I would retrofit the other lockers on our campus with these lockers. We’ll never go back to metal.
They (Scranton Products) are exceptionally tough and, with the proper support, are virtually impossible to rip from the floors. Plus they just look nice.
We tested our Tufftec Lockers with a company called SiTU Biosciences LLC’s ISO 22196 methods. The test results showed that 98.4% of the MRSA bacterial died off the surface of HDPE plastic without the use of any cleaning solutions after 24 hours.
If possible, we always lean towards HDPE as opposed to stainless steel. HDPE wears extremely well. They have color throughout, don’t deteriorate and most importantly, once they’re installed we tend to never hear from the customer again except when they order more products. They’ve even held up to the abuse in some very difficult situations.
The color was perfect for the grays and silvers of the contemporary design, and the texture was very important because of the abuse these stalls take in a public stadium. These are very functional, high-traffic restrooms, and the HDPE material is durable, won’t dent, and resists bacteria and graffiti.