- Made in the USA.
- Hinges are not handed. They will work on both right hand and left hand doors.
- Easily adjusted spring tension. Click on the link below for instructions.
- Screw hole pattern conforms to ANSI specifications for template hinges.
- Pivot point aligns with non-spring hinges of the same size.
- Please Note: U.L. listed Grade 1 hinge and may be used on a fire door. A minimum of two hinges per door is required for a fire door.
|Weight Rating||150 lb per three hinges|
|Spring Hinge Type||
|Size (H x W)||4-1/2" x 4-1/2"|
|Mounting Hardware Included||Yes|
|Mounting Hardware Type||Matching wood screws|
|California Residents||Prop 65 Warning|
ReviewsYou're reviewing 4-1/2" Heavy Duty Spring Hinge
5/5 Stars out of 1 Reviews
| October 3rd, 2018
Nice to see these Spring Hinges made in America which you don't see too often. Simple fix for my client that hated their kids leaving the doors opened around the house. They don't teach them like they use to!!
4 Questions asked about 4-1/2" Heavy Duty Spring Hinge
Q Ameen Basnawi • 12/13/2017, 7:43:57 AM please provide shop drawing for the 4-1/2" Heavy Duty Spring Hinge
A 12/13/2017, 1:48:14 PM A specification diagram can be found under the More Information section of this page.
Q Gary Martin • 12/26/2017, 5:38:16 AM Are these the hinges to use on a high traffic screen door at my lake hous?
A 12/26/2017, 4:52:29 PM Yes, these hinges will do very well for your application.
Q Alan Johnston • 04/24/2018, 1:25:48 PM Can I use this hinge on a garden gate? Is it rated for exterior use? Is there a stainless steel version?
A 04/24/2018, 2:29:38 PM It is just steel based, if you are near the coast it will corrode quickly, see our stainless steel version below, as well as our hardened black polymer which is great for outdoor use and gates. https://www.hardwaresource.com/door/door-hinges/spring-hinges.html?hs_material=355 https://www.hardwaresource.com/gate/gate-hinges/swimming-pool-gate-hinges.html
Q Brad Lehoux • 07/05/2018, 8:29:02 AM Considering buying a bunch of these. Would they work ok if welded or do you have any better options if I wanted to weld? Looking to order thirty four
A 07/05/2018, 9:01:40 AM If you are looking for a weld on spring butt hinge, this would indeed be your best bet, the finish may have to be removed slightly first before you can weld, or it may come off due to the heat of the welding, but we don't have a specific spring butt hinge that is blank and designed for welding.