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Door Hinges Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of door hinge manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top door hinge manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any door hinge company can design, engineer, and manufacture door hinges to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach door hinge companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of heavy door hinges, spring loaded door hinges, and commercial door hinges.

  • Alliance, OH 330-935-2445

    Our door hinges are made from superior materials and use effective and innovative manufacturing techniques. We strive to provide our customers with the very best in quality, product performance, and customer satisfaction. Unless you are fully satisfied with our products, we do not consider our job done. Contact us today to find out more!

    Marlboro Manufacturing, Inc.
  • Long Beach, CA 800-433-5554

    We are experts in hinge design, and we offer value-added services in everything we do. We are committed to providing you with the tools you need to succeed. We work hard to satisfy all customer needs, and with an ESOP owned company, all our staff is committed to doing just that! Find out how we can help you online with door hinges or whatever else you need!

  • Bartlett, IL 800-989-6365

    No one knows hinges like we do, No one! We provide door hinges that will withstand the daily wear and tear of any application. It is our mission to provide you with incredible customer service and products that achieve total customer satisfaction. We are dedicated to ensuring that you get the products that you need when you need them. Come and visit our website to learn more or contact one of our representatives by phone or email to get started today!

    S & D Products, Inc.
  • St. Louis, MO 314-436-0432

    We do door hinges and we do them well! Our hinges come in materials such as aluminum, stainless steel, galvanized steel and brass among many others for your convenience of choice. All of our products go through extensive, rigorous testing under the meticulously watchful eyes of our quality control team to further ensure quality. For more information get in touch with our customer service staff or visit us online today!

    Hardware Mfg.
  • White Bear Lake, MN 877-865-4154

    We aim to save our customers both time and money with our low maintenance, high value weld on hinges. All of our products are manufactured using the highest quality raw materials in order to further ensure that our products truly are the very best! Based in Minnesota we are committed to serving customer around the world! Get in touch with our customer service department to learn more about what we may be able to do for you today!

    Daro Hinges
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Hinges for Doors

Door hinges are tools used to suspend doors and allow for their opening and closing. Because there are so many kinds of doors, and because they are used in so many contexts, a great diversity of hinge configurations is necessary to accommodate them. Hinges are used to suspend doors on cabinets, gates, utility access hatches and many other kinds of doors.

Door hinges can be selected for looks, convenience,durability, and application. They are used on doors, cabinets, gates, trunks,storage boxes and can be found in use on many other applications. Materialssuch as steel, brass, bronze and stainless steel are common for the makeup ofdoor hinges. A wide range of thicknesses and durability are also available assome door hinges will need to be more heavy duty than others because of the varyingweights of different kinds of doors. Decorative hinges are also made to adddetail and flare to doors, gates, trunks and cabinets. There are many differenttypes of door hinges including spring hinges, double acting hinges, pivothinges, butt hinges, Baldwin hinges, widethrow hinges, swing clear hinges and many more. Depending on the application,there is sure to be a door hinge that will work best no matter the size, shape,or weight of the door.

The most common type of door hinge is the butt hinge becauseof its design. Butt hinges contain two leaves that are attached to twoadjoining surfaces, in this case, the door and the door frame. Each leaf hasbent edges that create knuckles so that the two leaves can come together and besecured by a pin. Interior doors in homes almost always use this type of hinge.The design allows for the door to be taken off of the frame by simply pullingthe pin out releasing the two leaves from being attached from one another. Thisway the hinge hardware itself does not need to be unscrewed from the door ordoor frame to remove the door. Homeowners often need to take doors down whenmoving large furniture or remodeling a room within the home and this hingeallows for making door removal and attachment a simple task.

Door Hinges

Each door variety requires hinges with specific load capacities, compositions and configurations. Cabinet hinges, for example, are required to meet certain standards of functionality as well as visual appeal. Gate hinges, particularly those affixed on gates used in private homes, must also strike a balance between utility and aesthetics. Also, depending on the application, different hinge configurations lend themselves to different purposes. Spring hinges, for example, help close doors automatically and keep them closed. This can contribute to improved security and even climate control in a building. Weld on hinges are used in heavier-duty applications in which hinges are used to suspend heavy doors. Strap hinges feature long metal plates that extend across most of the width of a door, often for decorative purposes.

Important considerations when choosing a door hinge are the strength of the hinge, its visual appearance and its handedness (the direction it swings). Door hinges may be left-handed or right-handed, or they may work both ways. The most common type of door hinge is called a butt hinge. These basic hinges are composed of two machined plates joined by a pin. Generally, two butt or three butt hinges are used per door. One type of flush hinge is the tee hinge, a hinge installed on the surface of the door that is shaped like the letter T. Tee hinges are available in plain and heavy-duty versions as well as decorative varieties. Another type of door hinge is called a butterfly hinge. These are also placed on the surface of a door. Butterfly hinges are available in a number of decorative styles and finishes. The continuous hinge, also called a piano hinge, is more commonly used for pianos and toolboxes, but they can also be used for doors. Strap hinges are among the most ornate door hinge options; they extend over the entire width of a door and can be embellished with flourishes and other decorative designs.

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