Union-But Hinges X8203-BB-3

Union-But Hinges X8203-BB-3 - Uganda
Union-But Hinges X8203-BB-3 - Uganda
Union-But Hinges X8203-BB-3 - Uganda
  • Union-But Hinges X8203-BB-3 - Uganda
  • Union-But Hinges X8203-BB-3 - Uganda
  • Union-But Hinges X8203-BB-3 - Uganda
Description :

A union hinge is a mechanical bearing that connects two solid objects, typically allowing only a limited angle of rotation between them. ... Hinges may be made of flexible material or of moving components. This type is the most simple and basic one available, they usually come in sizes ranging from 13mm to 150mm and are most likely to be seen on areas such as cabinet doors because they are strong and easy to attach although they cannot be adjusted.
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Guidance on Positioning of Hinges
Three hinges - two at the top and one at the bottom for improved load bearing For some fire doors (heavier construction or with a hold open door closing device) it is best practice to fit two hinges at the top of the door with the third hinge at the bottom of the door. Hinges should be positioned as follows:
Centre line of the top hinge is 250mm from the top edge of the door
Centre line of the third hinge is 200mm from the centre line of the top hinge

Centre line of the bottom hinge is 250mm from the bottom edge of the door In accordance with BS 4787 it is recommended that at least three hinges per leaf should be used on fire and escape route doors. BS 4787 details the position of door hinges as follows: On doors weighing over 20kg One hinge shall be positioned on the centre line of the door height The other two hinges being at 770mm either side of the centre hinge This hinge layout gives stability to the door
Common base metals are: Steel, Solid Brass, and Stainless Steel. Steel hinges are ferrous (contain iron which is magnetized). ... Residential hinges are typically 2mm-2.5mm and Heavy Duty hinges are typically 3.0mm-3.5mm in thickness. Bearing: This refers to the mechanical structure that bears the weight of the door.

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