- Surface-mounted for applications requiring continuous support along the full length of the hinge, such as cabinet lids, folding partitions, and metal storage cabinets
- Stainless steel 304 is corrosion resistant up to 1,500 degrees F (though less resistant to corrosion than stainless steel 316), weldable, and stronger than steel and aluminum
- Countersunk holes for convenience when mounting
- Unfinished for projects with less exposure to corrosive environments
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Stainless Steel 304 Continuous Hinge With Holes, Unfinished
|Price:||$7.36 - $44.28|
|Brand Name||Small Parts|
|Cross Section Shape||Flat|
|Mounting Type||Surface Mount|
|Style Name||With Holes|
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The stainless steel 304 continuous hinge has countersunk holes and is suitable for surface-mounted applications requiring uninterrupted support along the full length of the pieces being joined, such as appliance doors, industrial kitchen equipment, and metal storage cabinets. Stainless steel 304 resists corrosion up to 1,500 degrees F and is suitable for applications used in corrosive environments, though not as resistant to corrosion as stainless steel 316. A weldable material, stainless steel 304 is stronger than steel and aluminum. Since this hinge is unfinished, it is suited for applications that will not be exposed to corrosive environments. The range of motion for this hinge is 270 degrees from the folded position.
Continuous hinges, also called piano hinges, provide support to run the full length of the doors, panels, or pieces being joined together. They are manufactured in a variety of materials and sizes, with or without holes, finished or unfinished, and can be cut to specific sizes. They also vary by knuckle length, pin diameter, leaf thickness, and open width. The knuckle is the tubular part of the hinge through which the pin passes, and knuckle length is the measurement of an individual section. The pin runs the length of the hinge holding the leaves together. The leaf is the flat metal portion of the hinge that extends laterally from the knuckle and revolves around the pin. Open width is the dimension from the outer edge of one leaf to the outer edge of the other when the hinge is fully open.
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If you buy this hinge, you may also be interested in Stainless Steel Sheet Metal Screw, Plain Finish, Flat Head, Phillips Drive, Self-Drilling Point, Right Hand Threads, Inch. The table listing the screw sizes for the hinge say to use #4 screws, but you should ignore that because the #6-20 screws work perfectly with the hinge. I used the 3/4" length, but they are also available in a 1 1/4" length. They are called sheet metal screws, but they worked well in plywood. They have a self drilling point, but I pre-drilled the holes.
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Good strong hinge. The holes could be counter sunk a little deeperPublished 2 months ago by John F.
Replaced my 22 year old hinge on my shower door. It had begun to squeak and was unrepairable. While this was not an exact replacement, it worked just fine.Published 2 months ago by C Smith
Worked well in an outdoor application where I needed to attach two metal pool signs together using a hinge and rivets. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Richard R
I bought this for a project i was building for work and it added a nice professional look to the finished project.
I couldn't have been happier with the finished design.