- Architectural grade hinges are recommended for the heavier doors found on custom homes and as an upgrade for residential hinges. Architectural hinges are thicker and of much higher quality than residential grade hinges.
- NRP (non-removable pin) hinges have a set screw in the barrel that is accessible only when the door is swung open. This security feature deters someone from removing the hinge pin and the door.
- These are plain bearing hinges. We recommend ball bearing hinges for high-frequency doors and doors equipped with door closers.
- Solid stainless steel leaves and pins.
|Finish Group||Satin Nickel / Stainless Steel,Satin Nickel / Stainless Steel|
|Finish Name||Satin Stainless Steel|
|Material||Stainless Steel (304)|
|Cabinet Door Type|
|Mounting Hardware Included||Yes|
|Mounting Hardware Type||Matching wood screws and machine screws|
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Q Frederick Pappalardo • 11/11/2018, 2:33:56 PM What is the thickness of the plate?
A 11/12/2018, 8:58:33 AM That's an Architectural hinge Frederick, so the thickness will be a standard. See our butt hinge chart below with those thickness on there for Architectural grade hinges based on the size. https://www.hardwaresource.com/selecting-full-sized-door-hinges