|Product Depth (in.)||0.43 in||Product Height (in.)||4.78 in|
|Product Width (in.)||3.5 in|
|Builders Hardware Product Type||Door Hinge||Commercial/Residential||Residential|
|Fasteners included||Yes||Finish||Satin Nickel|
|Hardware Color Family||Nickel||Hardware Finish Family||Nickel|
|Hinge Feature||Mounting Hardware Included||Hinge Radius||5/8 in.|
|Hinge Type||Butt||Hole Pattern||Half Moon|
|Package Quantity||1||Pin type||Fixed Pin|
A: That's pretty heavy. I would use 4.
A: I used them for interior closet doors so not sure what their weight capacity is.
A: The standard door weight is 45 lb. (20 kg) and requires 3 hinges per door. This hinge is not recommended for a 200 pound door.
A: One end of the pin functions as a cap. It is machine threaded and will unscrew by hand. When that end is removed it will expose the pin. Using a punch or nail and a hammer, you can then remove the pin.
A: The package contains 1 hinge.
A: When I bought mine quantity of 1 = one hinge. When they were delivered they were packaged in sets of 3, however the quantity ordered was the number of hinges, not the number of packages/sets.
A: All of our interior doors are six panel, solid wood. The hinges seem to be working fine and holding the weight no problem. I did have to shim some of the door hinges. If you're changing the door handles, make sure you replace them with handles where the door latch meets the striker plate the same as the old units. For some reason, I've had some variations in a few doors with the new door handles and had to do a little extra work for a better fit for the doors to latch properly.
A: We changed all of the interior door hinges in our home to this type (all solid wood doors). They look nice and seem to be well made. Just remember, these are not the pin type hinges so, you cannot pop them off to remove a door, you will have to unscrew the hinge plates on either the door side or the frame side to remove the door. Also, make sure your doors have rounded edges where the door plates screw in (door and door frame). A lot of doors, especially older ones, are square cornered. If your doors have square cornered hinges, you will have a gap with these hinges. Guess you could fill the gap in with wood putty, but it will certainly be some extra work. Regarding the hinge shims, you can buy bags of white plastic ones that work quite good. You cannot see them once they are installed and the hinges screwed in. Hope this helps.........
A: A standard door weighing about 45 lb. (20 kg) requires 3 hinges per door.
A: Thanks Gordo. I in fact bought these hinges and installed on all the doors. I had to shim them a slight bit but very simple. I also had to repair some screw holes. I used wood golf tees and it worked like a charm. These worked out great for me and have my doors swinging better without than they have for the 5 years I've owned the house. It did take a bit of trial and error on how tight to screw them in to get the doors swinging to fit the jamb correctly but a simple half turn here and there did the trick.