01 January 2012
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Stainless hinge suits larger cabinet doors

A lift-off hinge has been designed with simple screw fixing, which maintains the integrity of cabinet doors by requiring only screw hole punchings – not cut outs.

The 1110-U120-PH from EMKA also aids rigidity and can work with larger cabinet doors.

The hinge's strength comes from AISI 316 castings with fine-ground finish with a simple elegant design which enables rapid door removal by a simple lift-off process for installation of doors or for straightforward equipment maintenance. The hinge programme in stainless steel accommodates 26mm door returns with 180° opening, which is considered ideal for use on adjacently situated suites of cabinets in corrosive wash down environments or for harsher situations such as offshore installations where often larger and heavier doors are needed.

Matching stainless steel L and T handles as well as swinghandles are available as are some 500 extruded rubber sealing profiles for door sealing, the company tells us. EMKA's range of enclosure hardware includes electronic locking systems, stainless steel hinges, spanner locks, wing handle/locks, 19 inch cabinet locks, HVAC locks and profile sealing strips for enclosure sealing in natural rubber, EPDM, neoprene and PVC.

Author
Paul Gay

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EMKA (UK) Ltd

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