Established in 1956 Locker Group has consistently grown, through product expansion, acquisition and merger and now has several manufacturing facilities and sales offices throughout Australia, New Zealand and Asia. Locker Group’s extensive product range services a broad market space.
Locker Group services the architectural and construction industries with a range of expanded and perforated metal, wire mesh and curtains utilised in facades, balustrades, screening and interior applications.
The engineering and infrastructure market utilise Locker Group’s extensive range of industrial flooring products and systems.
Locker Group supports the Resource sector with a range of screening media solutions, and at the heart of Locker Group’s product range are general industrial applications of perforated and expanded metal, wire mesh and conveyor belts.
Locker Group manufactures and distributes an extensive range of wire mesh, suitable for a variety of applications. Fine Mesh and gauze for filtering, heavy mesh used in rural flooring or screening quarry aggregate plus an extensive range of architectural mesh profiles used in balustrades, facades and screening. In addition, the range of woven wire curtains can be used to create intimate spaces, add texture to a foyer or screen a building or internal stairwell.
We are proud to present our new LookbookFebruary 3rd, 2016
Featuring some of the wonderful projects completed over the past 18 months.
Comparing the properties and application of aluminium and steelNovember 23rd, 2015
Aluminium and steel are quite comparable, but each alloy offers a set of features that make it ideal for particular projects and uses.
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New Perforated Standard Products BrochureOctober 15th, 2015
Locker now has a new range of Perforated metal products, download our brochure or view online.
The advantages to working with an Australian ManufacturerOctober 7th, 2015
Due to a lower exchange rate, Australian contractors, miners and other industralists may look toward domestic manufacturers to supply solutions.
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