- Wide throw hinges set the pivot point out away from the door allowing the door to open 180 degrees (depending on obstructions). They are normally used when doors are set in a wide jamb.
- Stainless steel is well suited for use outdoors, on sea coasts, or anywhere the look of stainless steel is desired
- For medium weight, low frequency doors.
- Designed for full mortise installation.
|Finish Name||Satin Stainless Steel|
|Material||Stainless Steel (304)|
|Mounting Hardware Included||Yes|
|Mounting Hardware Type||Wood screws|
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4 Questions asked about Stainless Steel Wide Throw Butt Hinges
Q Loy • 04/20/2018, 5:52:11 AM I need the mounting holes specs to determine if your 4 1/2" x 7" hinge - SKU 238018 will work on my Anderson French door.
A 04/20/2018, 9:10:16 AM Hi Loy! You can reference the Dimensional Diagram for the 4-1/2" x 8" as the hole pattern will be your Architectural pattern. https://www.hardwaresource.com/amfile/file/download/file_id/2528/product_id/9347/
Q Amy • 09/16/2018, 6:49:55 PM What Is the weight limit on these? Something more specific than medium weight.
A 09/17/2018, 8:49:49 AM These hinges have not been tested for weight, so they do not have a weight rating unfortunately. We always use the chart below when recommending how many butt hinges must be used. https://www.hardwaresource.com/selecting-full-sized-door-hinges
Q Eddie • 10/08/2018, 6:58:56 PM Hello, What is meant by medium weight. I would be using them for a 36”x36” - 35lb boarding gate on my boat. Thank you, Eddie Zuskin
A 10/09/2018, 9:02:52 AM Those hinges can support a door of that size no problem at all. They are designed for full size doors that are about 100 pounds.
Q Dale Kaliszeski • 02/19/2019, 6:59:04 AM Do you have a spec drawing of the 5 x 7 stainless steel butt hinge? What is the thickness of the metal?
A 02/19/2019, 9:25:36 AM Dale, See the mfg's cut sheet here; http://www.pbbinc.com/website/catalogs/wtbb50.pdf