Scuba gear and diving equipment is expensive and needs to be organized and properly maintained when it is not in use; however, because diving gear can range from small items like masks and gauges to large items like wetsuits and tanks, it can be a challenge to create a functional and organized space to store your equipment. Southwest Solutions Group® specializes in designing all kinds of racks, shelves, cabinets, and lockers that will meet your exact scuba gear and diving equipment storage requirements.
Scuba Gear Cabinets and Diving Gear Lockers for Wetsuit and Tank Storage
Storing wetsuits in a hanging position prevents them from being ripped, torn, or damaged by insects. You can also hang boots, buoyancy compensators, regulators, and fins. Our specially designed scuba gear lockers and racks will allow you to hang your wetsuits and equipment, in open shelves or add lockable doors to keep them secure and safe. Lockers and cabinets can also be used to store scuba cylinders.
Another great way to store scuba cylinders is in high density shelving. Because scuba tanks can take up a lot of room and need to be rotated, a high density system is a great choice to consolidate tanks and save floor space while increasing the selectivity of stored tanks. The way the high density system works is by reducing the need for access aisles between every row of storage shelving. You can also keep them locked up with tambour rolling doors or even ventilated doors that can easily be installed on high density shelving and racks.
Modular drawers are a flexible and functional solution for storing all kinds of small scuba equipment and diving gear kits. While shelves provide easy storage for dive bags, torches, reels, and masks, you may want to consider adding some modular drawers to store smaller parts and spare parts. Modular drawers provide great organization for small parts, as well as lockable security and dust protection.
Lastly, we provide all types and sizes of work benches and tables to repair and inspect your scuba gear and diving equipment. The best part about modular casework is its flexibility and ability to be reconfigured and relocated any time you remodel or move.
Need design and planning assistance with your scuba and diving equipment storage? Call us at 1-800-803-1083 or email us. We have trained storage specialists that can discuss your storage needs and provide budget pricing for your project.