When you choose high-density polyethylene (HDPE) materials from Scranton Products for your restrooms, lockers, and other interior applications, you’re supporting a healthier environment both inside and outside your facility. Our HDPE products help to reduce environmental impact and offer initial and long-term improvements to the indoor air quality of your projects.
HDPE vs. Other Materials
When choosing the right materials for your bathroom partitions, the final decision shouldn’t be too hard to make. You’ll want the most durable material on the market. But what if that material was highly resistant to mold growth and made from recyclable material? Click this guide to learn why HDPE trumps all the others.
Are All Plastics The Same?
Unfortunately, not all plastics are created equally. When you’re selecting your next plastic material, there’s a competition for your attention. Scranton Products has performed a variety of tests in comparing HDPE, solid color reinforced composite, and phenolic bathroom partitions to ascertain the benefits and drawbacks, if any, between these popular building materials.
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Lockers vs Metal Lockers
Lockers are crucial to any school, for storage purposes as well as the overall design. While powder coated steel has been a staple for schools for many years, there are a few drawbacks to this material that result in repeated replacements. They’re susceptible to rust, paint chipping, and graffiti. Scranton Products has developed Duralife Lockers as a better solution that provides more durability and sustainability, and less maintenance and repair costs than run-of-the-mill locker materials.