Heavy Duty Back Flap Hinges for Industrial Applications
Card Number. 1098.30
Hinge Zinc Plated Steel 76 x 153mm Open
Card Number. 1101.03
Card Number. 1101.04
Card Number. 1101.01
Card Number. 1101.05
Back Flap Hinge 50 x 80mm Black Cast Steel complete with Grease Nipple
Card Number. 1101.06
Card Number. 1098.14
Card Number. 1099.18
Hinge Zinc Plated Steel 4 holes
Card Number. 1099.16
Card Number. 1099.14
Durable zinc plated and cast steel back flap hinges
Whether you’re building out new toolboxes and trays for your work van or ute, or repairing and upgrading hatches and flaps on your construction vehicles, you need to make sure every component you use is durable enough for the task. Small and out of the way, hinges are easy to overlook, but a broken, rusted or failing hinge compromises the useability of the machinery and the safety of the crew.
Ovesco’s back flap hinges are designed for years of use in the most demanding environments, from grit-filled construction sites to constantly shaking marine environments. Our back flap hinges are ideal for building, repairing and upgrading hatches on land and marine vehicles. Many of our back flap hinge designs also feature grease nipples, allowing you to evenly and quickly lubricate the hinges whenever they need it.
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What is a back flap hinge?
A back flap hinge is designed for applications where one component needs to be hinged to another in a way that allows it to pivot or fold down. It typically consists of two plates connected by a central pin, allowing the connected pieces to pivot smoothly. This hinge design provides stability and support when the surface is in both the raised and lowered positions, making it a practical choice for various foldable applications.
What is a back flap hinge used for?
A back flap hinge finds its application in scenarios where a section of a larger piece, such as a table or a desk, needs to be hinged to the main structure in a way that allows it to be raised and lowered. Similarly, they are commonly used when an application requires versatility and space-saving attributes.
What industries commonly use back flap hinges?
Back flap hinges are commonly used in various industries, including the furniture industry, automotive manufacturing, and aviation. In furniture, they are utilised for drop-down tables, foldable work surfaces, and hidden compartments. However, they are also suitable for other applications, such as toolboxes and canopies.