Many versions of two and three-part drill-in hinges are available for room doors. Many more versions are required for project doors to accommodate the frame profiles, material, load-bearing capacity and loads at each door, for which suitable hinges are required. The various door profiles require suitable hinge parts.
The demand for concealed door hinges is high. This is because these hinges are not visible on unrebated doors when they are closed.
Door hinges are exposed to high axial and radial loads. The hinge plates must also be able to absorb the dynamic forces arising as a result of impacts or mishandling of the door leaf. The hinge mounts must be adapted to the various materials of a door frame. They are screwed to or recessed in timber frames, and are welded onto steel door frames. Hinge mounts that can be adjusted in three dimensions and allow the door leaf to be aligned following installation are normally used.
Adjustment in all directions whenever possible is a virtually indispensable requirement for door hinges, as this means doors can also be made easy to use once again after years of heavy use.To the product overview