Here are a few resources on our Computer-Aided Designs and Building Information Modeling that show you the detailed designs and instructions on how to install our products. Using these guides, installing your HDPE stalls, partitions, or lockers will be a quick and easy endeavor.
Here are a few helpful brochures of our products so you can learn more and determine which of these materials is perfect for your facility. These brochures provide in-depth descriptions and directions regarding the HDPE products that’ll help you understand the benefits of choosing HDPE over other materials.
While Scranton Products HDPE lockers and partitions are some of the most low-maintenance materials out there, there’s some general upkeep to help you get the most out of these products. This informative guide goes over the best practices when it comes to any issue that your partitions will face. It even features ingredients for effective cleaning materials that’ll help make your lockers and partitions shine.
When you’re choosing your lockers or partitions, you may have a specific color in mind. Each of our HDPE products comes in a variety of homogenous colors that you can choose from. You can even pick your preferred texture or mosaic that you think would be a great fit in your facility.
Want to learn what makes HDPE special? These brochures show you the differences between popular building materials and HDPE. You’ll learn all about the many advantages that HDPE has over others in the market.
This is an interactive map that shows you the closest location that you can purchase our HDPE plastic building materials. Simply set the radius and category, and you’re on your way to finding the closest business that carries Scranton Products HDPE (high-density polyethylene) materials.
Plus all Scranton Products brands are GREENGUARD Gold Certified, which means they meet the strict certification requirements and important safety guidelines for use in schools and healthcare facilities. In fact, all of our products have a low chemical emissions ratings thanks to their solid color throughout and no need for painting or repainting. This prestigious certification is recognized by the Collaborative for High-Performance Schools (CHPS) as well as the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) building rating system for indoor air quality.