Opening a locker is not so easy without the use of your handsPosted on - Monday, March 15th, 2010
When we design schools, dressing rooms or transportation facilities that have lockers we have to think about the 5% of the lockers which have to be accessible. Not only do we have to provide room for wheel chairs, and a bench for transferring, but we also must remember to make the operating mechanism accessible. That means that we have to provide a mechanism that can be operated without tight grasping or twisting of the wrist to operate.
The following video explains this for a product (Key 1636) that provides a key large enough to act like a lever. It is very interesting!