Hinges for Vehicles and Industrial Machinery
Robust, heavy-duty hinges for secure and precise control
Ovesco’s range of high strength hinges are designed for demanding industrial usage, and are well-suited for light and heavy machinery, agricultural and plant recruitment, service trucks and various other vehicles and trailers.
Whatever your project or vehicle demands, choosing hinges of the right style, strength and material type is critical for function and safety. We’ve designed and manufactured our hinges to the highest standards to ensure that your staff and vehicles remain productive and safe.
Browse our complete range of quality hinges or reach out to one of our friendly experts if you’d like advice on choosing the best product for your needs.
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We have over 20 years of experience servicing businesses in industrial and transport.
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How do you attach a hinge?
To attach a hinge, you typically secure one side of the hinge to a stationary surface or object and the other side to a moving or pivoting surface. This is done using screws or fasteners that go through the holes provided in the hinge plates and into the respective surfaces. The hinge allows the connected parts to pivot or rotate around its axis, enabling movement while maintaining stability.
What is a hinge?
A hinge is a mechanical device that allows two objects to pivot or rotate relative to each other, typically enabling the opening and closing of doors, lids, gates, and other structures.
How to tighten hinges?
To tighten hinges, you'll need a screwdriver or a drill with the appropriate bit. Start by opening the door or lid that the hinge is attached to. Locate the screws on the hinge plates, which are usually on both the door and the frame or cabinet. Gently tighten each screw by turning it clockwise, but avoid overtightening, which can cause damage.