Stainless Steel Concealed Hinges for Industrial Application
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Create tamper proof hatches or lids with concealed hinges
There’s no doubt that the safety of the crew and the security of the equipment is of prime importance on any good worksite. But even if you’ve got a locking handle on your toolbox or on your construction vehicle’s cab, an enterprising thief can still target the often unprotected hinges of your lids, hatches and doors.
Concealed hinges improve security by, as the name suggests, recessing themselves into the vehicle’s door and frame. The result is a door that sits totally flush with the body of the vehicle, which is as secure as it is aesthetically pleasing.
Ovesco’s concealed hinges are designed for use on heavy machinery and work vehicles. Made of stainless steel, we offer both concealed butt hinges and bolt-on hinges that can be screwed or welded in place for greater fortification.
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How do concealed hinges work?
Concealed hinges, also known as hidden hinges, work by being recessed into the door and frame, making them invisible from the outside when the door is closed. They consist of two parts: one part attaches to the door while the other attaches to the frame. When the door is closed, the concealed hinge is hidden within the door and frame, maintaining a sleek and unobtrusive appearance.
What are the advantages of using concealed hinges?
Concealed hinges offer a clean and modern look to cabinets and doors, as they are not visible when closed. They also provide adjustability for precise door alignment and can have soft-close mechanisms for quiet, controlled closure.
How to adjust concealed hinges?
To adjust concealed hinges, first, identify the type of adjustment needed - vertical, horizontal, or depth. Use the adjustment screws provided on the hinge cup or arm accordingly. For vertical adjustments, turn the screws clockwise to lower the door and counterclockwise to raise it. For horizontal adjustments, turn the lateral adjustment screws to shift the door left or right. If depth adjustments are required, use the provided screws on the hinge arm or plate to bring the door closer or farther from the application.