01 May 2008
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Hinges get the ‘fit’ right

Getting the door 'fit' right is a problem for producers of standard and specialist enclosures, says Andy Billingham, EMKA.

"This is especially the case with flush doors where the visible gap is an aesthetic consideration and accurate gasket location may be critical to match small flanges that are required in order to maximise aperture dimensions."

EMKA is promoting its 18 different design styles of 'flush door' hinges, and the many sizes which offer a range of visual and functional possibilities. "Mild steel weld-on concealed hinges through to glass-reinforced plastic, zinc die, or stainless steel designs are offered with 90º to 270º opening "developed in line with the evolution of control and communication technologies and the housing demanded for their safe installation".

"The company's standardised specialist hinges for flush mount doors offer accurate, repeatable, reliable, and attractive solutions", says Andy Billingham.

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Paul Gay

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