Cranked Hinge, Butting for Front-Hung Doors

  • Butt hinges

    Left hand or right hand hinge

    To distinguish between hinges with screw-on flanges, view them in open position from the front against the countersunk screw hole side.

    If the female flange (= door flange) is on the left, it is a left hand hinge. If it is on the right, it is a right hand hinge.

     
     
     
     
     

    ⓐ = female flange (= door flange)

     

    ⓑ = male flange (= side flange)

    Left hand hinge

    Right hand hinge

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    Crank

    There are 5 different types of crank.

     

    Crank A, straight hinge

    For butting inset or overlay doors.

    The hinge pin is positioned centrally between the two flanges.

    Crank B

    For set back doors.

    One flange is cranked by the material thickness.

    Crank C

    Crank C is equivalent to crank B, but causes the door to protrude.

    Crank D

    For rebated doors, with shorter female flange.

    Crank L1

    For butting overlay doors. Door opening angle 270°. The hinge has an external knuckle.

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    Number of furniture hinges per door

    The number of concealed hinges per door depends on:

    • Door width and height
    • Door weight
    • Door material

    The number of furniture hinges shown in the diagram is a recommendation and provides a guideline for 600 mm wide doors made from 19 mm chipboard. Trial mounting is recommended. The distance X between the furniture hinges must always be as long as possible for stability reasons.

    According to the example diagram two furniture hinges have to be fitted with a door height of 900 mm.

  • Butt hinges

    Left hand or right hand hinge

    To distinguish between hinges with screw-on flanges, view them in open position from the front against the countersunk screw hole side.

    If the female flange (= door flange) is on the left, it is a left hand hinge. If it is on the right, it is a right hand hinge.

     
     
     
     
     

    ⓐ = female flange (= door flange)

     

    ⓑ = male flange (= side flange)

    Left hand hinge

    Right hand hinge

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    Crank

    There are 5 different types of crank.

     

    Crank A, straight hinge

    For butting inset or overlay doors.

    The hinge pin is positioned centrally between the two flanges.

    Crank B

    For set back doors.

    One flange is cranked by the material thickness.

    Crank C

    Crank C is equivalent to crank B, but causes the door to protrude.

    Crank D

    For rebated doors, with shorter female flange.

    Crank L1

    For butting overlay doors. Door opening angle 270°. The hinge has an external knuckle.

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    Number of furniture hinges per door

    The number of concealed hinges per door depends on:

    • Door width and height
    • Door weight
    • Door material

    The number of furniture hinges shown in the diagram is a recommendation and provides a guideline for 600 mm wide doors made from 19 mm chipboard. Trial mounting is recommended. The distance X between the furniture hinges must always be as long as possible for stability reasons.

    According to the example diagram two furniture hinges have to be fitted with a door height of 900 mm.

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    Product details

    Application

    Butting for front-hung doors

    For door thickness

    (13/16") 20 – 21 mm

    Side panel thickness

    Optional

    Length

    Barrel: (2") 50 mm

    Material

    Brass
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    Cranked Hinge, Butting for Front-Hung Doors

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