Strap hinge


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strap hinge

[′strap ‚hinj]
(design engineering)
A hinge fastened to a door and the adjacent wall by a long hinge.

Strap hinge

A surface-mounted hinge having two leaves; one is fastened to the door and the other is secured to the frame or post.

strap hinge

strap hinge
A surface-mounted hinge with long flaps of metal on each side, by which it is secured to a door and adjacent post or wall.
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Flush-mounted doors can use full-mortise butt or full-surface hinges, ornamental strap hinges and concealed hinges.
Strap hinges on the sides make steel doors look ready to swing open, and handles in the middle give the impression that the units can be pulled open instead of swung overhead.
roofing paper * Hardware * 6 heavy strap hinges * 1 pound 10d nails * 2-1/2 pounds 6d nails * Four 2-1/2" bolts with thumb nuts
Add strap hinges so screws run through horizontal frame members and into door boards: Place doors in opening, resting them on plywood scraps (for clearance), and screw hinges to front of posts.
An oak-boarded door with strap hinges opens into the reception hall with its exposed timbers,flagstones and an old panelled door with its brass box lock and original key to the china cupboard.
You can also select butterfly-style, black-iron strap hinges with H-shaped flanges that screw onto the outside to ornament an out-opening gate.
Instead, police say, they should use quality padlocks and replace standard hinges with strap hinges secured by coach bolts or non-return screws.
Two 4-inch galvanized metal or zinc strap hinges (with screws)
A pair of panelled oak doors lead into the entrance porch with a wide, studded oak door in an oak surround with fleur de lys strap hinges and a date, 1635.
Security measures can include marking property, using two quality padlocks, hasps and staples, replacing standard hinges with strap hinges secured by coach bolts or non-return screws, locking side or rear gates and getting security lighting.
Use strap hinges on the door so the screws drive through the face of the door and box side.
Milking stand materials list 2 - 1" x 8" x 42" floor boards 2 - 1" x 4" x 15" cleats 1 - 1" x 8" x 32" seat 2 - 1" x 4" x 16" legs Stanchion 2 - 1" x 6" x 46" stanchion 2 - 1" x 4" x 14" upper cleat 2 - 1" x 4" x 14" bottom cleat 1 - 3/4" x 14" x 14" plywood for feed pan holder Hardware 2 - 5" heavy strap hinges for floor 2 - 4" T-hinges for legs 2 - 4" strap hinges for stanchion 2 - 3" strap hinges for feed pan holder 1 eye hook with 2 screw eyes for stanchion and stand 1 eye hook for feed pan holder