Weather Resistant and Heavy-Duty Blade Hinges
Card Number. 1102.00
This heavy-duty multipurpose straight hinge is made from zinc-plated steel. The long, tapering front blade and shorter back blade of these hinges are specially designed to provide a sturdy and balanced hold by distributing weight more evenly. Heavy duty and weather-resistant, this hinge is ideal for vehicles and outdoor usage.
Card Number. 1102.02
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Blade hinges for heavy machinery and industrial applications
The doors, access hatches and flaps on construction heavy machinery and work vehicles like utes, vans and trucks need to be robust and strong. But their robust designs tend to make them quite heavy, and the hinges that open them need to be able to withstand that stress. Blade hinges are designed to do just that.
The long, tapered arm of our blade hinges are designed to handle greater strain than short-armed hinges, and to distribute that strain evenly to improve the blade hinge’s lifespan. Our multipurpose blade hinges are durable enough for use in all industrial, manufacturing and marine settings, where they can be installed quickly and easily.
With blade hinges in various sizes, you’re sure to find the right hinge for your project. Browse our products, and give our specialists a call for advice.
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What are blade hinges?
Blade hinges are designed to provide a concealed and minimalist appearance when installed. They consist of two flat plates, often resembling blades or knives, which are pivotally connected at a central point. One plate is attached to the frame, while the other is affixed to the application itself. When the door is closed, the blade hinges are hidden from view, offering a sleek and streamlined look.
What are blade hinges commonly used for?
Blade hinges are favoured in interiors, architectural features like room dividers or folding screens, and for creating hidden compartments within applications. Their ability to combine functionality with a discreet hinge design makes them a popular choice for projects that prioritise both aesthetics and practicality.
How to attach blade hinges?
Attaching blade hinges requires careful placement and alignment. Begin by marking the desired hinge locations on both of your applications. Position the hinge plates on these markings, with one part affixed to either side. Secure the plates using screws, ensuring they are snug but not over-tightened. Once attached, check the movement to ensure it swings smoothly and aligns properly.