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Hinges

Hinges

A hinge is a type of bearing that connects two solid objects, typically allowing only a limited angle of rotation between them. Two objects connected by an ideal hinge rotate relative to each other about a fixed axis of rotation. Hinges may be made of flexible material or of moving components.

• Ball Bearing Hinges
• Continuous Hinges
• Single Acting Spring Hinges
• Double Acting Spring Hinges
• Reinforcement Hinges
• Spring Hinge Pivots

Ball Bearing Hinges
Ball Bearing Hinges
Ball bearing hinges may have two, three or five knuckles. They differ from plain bearing hinges in that they have a steel ball bearing, or buffer, in between the knuckles. Standard weight ball bearing hinges have bearings only at the top and bottom knuckles, so a five-knuckle hinge would have two bearings. Heavy-duty ball bearing hinges have bearings between every knuckle. These units tend to be durable, better performing and less noisy than standard hinges.
Continuous Hinges
Continuous Hinges
This type of hinge is also known as a piano hinge. It runs the entire length of the door, panel, or box. Continuous hinges are manufactured with or without holes. These hinges also come in various thicknesses, pin diameters, and knuckle lengths.
Single Acting Spring Hinges
Single Acting Spring Hinges
A hinge with one or more springs mounted in its barrel to swing in one direction to return a door to the closed position. Used for doors that need to be closed automatic without the help of a door closer.
Double Acting Spring Hinges
Double Acting Spring Hinges
A hinge with one or more springs mounted in its barrel to swing in two directions to return a door to the closed position. Used for doors that need to be closed automatic without the help of a door closer.
Reinforcement Hinges
Reinforcement Hinges
Provides increased reinforcement at the top corner of the door and jamb where stress can occur. Full surface reinforcing hinges can be added to doors troubled by sagging. For medium and heavy weight doors subject to high frequency and abuse.
Spring Hinge Pivots
Spring Hinge Pivots
Bommer spring pivots returns the door to center using either Spring Tension (Spring Pivot) or by Gravity (Gravity Pivot). Double Acting Pivot, Commonly used on Interior butler doors, pantry doors, and Gates. Includes top pivot and floor mounted bottom pivot.

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