High Quality Spring Loaded Hinges
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Secure your peace of mind with self closing hinges
Whether you’re trying to keep your tools safe or make sure the fence gate’s always secured, self-closing hinges are a versatile security solution for a range of situations at industrial, commercial and even residential sites.
Ovesco’s spring-loaded self-closing hinges are highly durable and easy to install with pre-drilled holes. Both our stainless steel and zinc-plated steel variations guarantee long life spans with minimal maintenance.
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Can you adjust self-closing hinges?
Yes, self-closing hinges can be adjusted to control the speed and force of the door's closing action. Many self-closing hinges have built-in tension adjustments that allow you to regulate how quickly the door closes and the amount of force it applies when closing. Typically, there are adjustment screws on the hinge that control these settings. By turning these screws clockwise or counterclockwise, you can fine-tune the self-closing mechanism to suit your preferences.
Do self-closing hinges wear out?
Yes, self-closing hinges can wear out over time due to repeated use and the mechanical stresses involved in their operation. The constant motion of the self-closing mechanism, along with factors like humidity, temperature changes, and the weight of the door, can contribute to the wear and tear of these hinges.
How to tighten self-closing hinges?
To tighten self-closing hinges, locate the tension adjustment screws on the hinge. These screws are typically found on the hinge body or arm. Using a screwdriver, turn these adjustment screws clockwise to increase tension or counterclockwise to decrease it. Increasing tension will make the self-closing action more forceful while decreasing tension will slow it down. Make small adjustments, testing the door's closing action after each turn to achieve the desired speed and force.