For unrebated residential doors with 21 mm reduced hinge frame part up to 132lbs.
- Modern and elegant design
- 100% concealed
- Reduced hinge frame part 21 mm
- Completely concealed hinge system
- For timber and aluminum frames
- For unrebated residential doors
- 3D adjustable (side +/- 1,5 mm, height +/- 2,5 mm, compression +/- 1,0 mm)
- Material Zamak
We offer three beautiful and durable hinge finishes that will beautifully complement your room design.
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How Many Hinges do I need?
As a general rule, for every 30” (762 mm) of the door height, there should be one hinge. Most doors are roughly 90” tall and have three hinges. For doors with a width greater than 37” (940 mm) to 48” (122 mm), an extra hinge could be used for additional strength. The extra hinge helps support the additional weight and tension applied to the frame created by the wider door width.
Note: The load capacity mentioned above refers to the use of 2 hinges per door leaf (36 x 83 inches).
What is a door hinge?
A door hinge is a simple mechanicalhardware piece used to connect a door slab to the wall, allowing it to open and close on a fixed axis. Most door hinge applications limit the opening to a certain motion within a 360° arc angle. The Anselmi Concealed Interior Door Hinge limits the opening motion up to 180° arc angle.
Concealed hinges are a very popular hinge design because of their discrete installation. The Anselmi concealed hinge is completely invisible when the door is closed.
Although hinges are commonly used forswinging barn door applications, they can also be used for lids, tables, balconies, gates, windows, and many more. Pair it with your favoritedoor handle for an even more cohesive look.
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