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Why choose for Strap Hinge Black with Slight Bend 80 cm - Rustic Tip?
- Very strong thanks to galvanized steel
- Protected against flash rust
Strap Hinge Black with Slight Bend 80 cm - Rustic Tip
These galvanized hinges with slight bend have a beautiful black powder coating. This high-quality powder coating protects the hinges well against corrosion and ensures a beautiful appearance. The rustic tip creates a rural character. With these black strap hinges with slight bend you can easily mount fence doors or gate fences. The slight bend ensures that the door is flush with the post to which it is attached.
The strap hinges with slight bend 80 cm have 5 mounting holes. The holes have a diameter of 8mm. This makes our black carriage bolts M8 suitable for mounting these black hinges. You determine the length of the black carriage bolts on the basis of the door thickness. These strap hinges have a 16 mm eye. Do not forget to order our black hinge hooks D16.
Note: for hinges with a 16 mm eye, use M8 bolts and not M6!
Which carriage bolts do I use to mount these black hinges?
You can mount the black strap hinges from Wovar with our black carriage bolts. The most commonly used carriage bolts for mounting black strap hinges are our carriage bolts black M8x60 mm.
How do I attach strap hinges to my door?
Mount the hinges on the same side as the door hinging direction. Will the door open to the outside? Mount the hinges on the outside of the door. If the door opens inwards, mount the hinges on the inside of the door. Place the strap hinge in the correct place on the door and mark the screw holes with a pencil. Are you using carriage bolts? Then it is necessary to pre-drill with our 9mm thick hardwood drill. After drilling, slide the carriage bolts through the hole. The semicircular head of the carriage bolts are on the wood side of the door. By tapping the head of the carriage bolts with a rubber hammer, the square portion of the carriage bolts under the semicircular head is clamped into the wood. This prevents the carriage bolt from turning when tightening the nut.
Each stall has 1 square mounting hole. At the square hole, place the carriage bolt with the semicircular head on the same side as the stud. So that the square part of the carriage bolt fits exactly into the square hole of the strap hinge. This ensures a solid connection of the hinges.
If you mount the strap hinges with lag screws, you pre-drill a hole with our hardwood drill 6mm. You will notice that screwing in the lag screw is a lot easier. You mount lag screws in a different way than the carriage bolts, namely the other way around. You screw the lag screw from the same side as the strap hinge. Make sure that each strap hinge mounting hole has an hour lead bolt or carriage bolt.
How many hinges do I need for my garden door?
For doors or gates in your garden that are lower than 120 cm, Wovar recommends using 2 hinges with slabs. For higher doors it is recommended to use 3 hinges. By mounting your garden door with 3 hinges, you greatly reduce the chance that the door will warp.
How great is the slight bend of this strap hinge black 80 cm?
The slight bend (19mm) of this rod ensures that your door is exactly flush with the post. The distance between the hook and the back of the plate with our hinge hooks is equalized by the slight bend.
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