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Kabza 5" AB

Kabza 5" AB

Regular price Rs.480.00 PKR
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Door hinges are hardware components that allow a door to swing open and closed on a fixed frame. They play a crucial role in enabling the movement of doors while also providing stability and security to the door structure. There are various types of door hinges designed for different purposes and applications. Here are some common types:

  1. Butt Hinges: These are the most common type of door hinge. They consist of two plates, one attached to the door and the other to the door frame. The plates are connected by a pin, allowing the door to pivot as it opens and closes. Butt hinges are used for interior and exterior doors.

  2. Piano Hinges: Also known as continuous hinges, piano hinges run the entire length of the door or panel. They are often used for items like cabinet doors, piano lids (hence the name), and other long, narrow doors.

  3. Barrel Hinges: Barrel hinges consist of a central pivot (barrel) around which the door rotates. They are commonly used for heavy doors and gates and provide a high level of strength and stability.

  4. Concealed Hinges: These hinges are hidden from view when the door is closed. They are often used for cabinet doors and other applications where aesthetics and a clean look are important.

  5. Ball Bearing Hinges: These hinges have ball bearings between the knuckles to reduce friction and provide smooth door movement. They are often used for heavy doors and doors that experience frequent use.

  6. Spring Hinges: Spring hinges have a spring mechanism that automatically closes the door after it's been opened. They are commonly used in commercial settings to ensure doors close securely.

  7. Gate Hinges: Designed for gates, these hinges are typically heavy-duty and provide the necessary support for large and often outdoor gates.

  8. Flag Hinges: Flag hinges have a unique design that allows the door to be opened in a way that it partially wraps around the frame. They are often used in applications where space is limited.

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