Door hinge is a kind of home decoration hardware accessory. A hinge is usually a two-fold type, which is composed of a pair of metal or non-metal blades connected by a shaft pin. It is a part that connects the two parts of an object and makes it move. The most common door hinge materials are iron, copper, and stainless steel. The disadvantage of an ordinary hinge is that it does not have the function of a spring hinge. After installing the hinge, all kinds of beads must be installed, otherwise, the wind will blow the door panel. As a professional and the top premium door hinge manufacturer in China, ROEASY has all door hinge types you need.
Q: Where's the application of door hinge in our life?
A: The well-made ROEASY integrated door hinges fit with various doors, supporting and facilitating designers' ideas.
Q: What is the classification of door hinge?
A: Door hinge can be used for cabinet door, window, door, etc. Hinge can be divided into iron, copper, stainless steel in materials. It can be divided into 2 "(50 mm), 2.5" (65 mm), 3 "(75 mm), 4" (100 mm), 5 "(125 mm), 6" (150 mm) in specifications. 50-65 mm hinge is suitable for cabinet and wardrobe door, 75 mm hinge is suitable for window and screen door, 100-150 mm hinge is suitable for wooden door and aluminum alloy door. The disadvantage of ordinary hinge is that it does not have the function of spring hinge. After installing the hinge, all kinds of beads must be installed, otherwise, the wind will blow the door panel. In addition, there are detachable hinge, flag hinge, H hinge, and other special hinges. They can be disassembled and installed according to various special needs of the wooden door, which is very convenient. When using, it is limited by the direction and can be divided into left type and right type.
Q: How long is the service life for door hinge?
A: Iron hinge has the shortest service life because it is easy to rust. The service life of copper hinge is longer, but the price is expensive. The service life of stainless steel hinge is the longest because it is not easy to rust and more beautiful.
1. The wood screws do not match the wood and cause looseness
-Failure status: When making furniture, the wood screws are not screwed into the wood with a screwdriver (screwdriver), but with a small hammer, so that the wood screws do not match the wood. When the door is opened frequently, the wood screws that are nailed into the wood will cause sliding teeth due to vibration, which will loosen the hinges.
The corresponding solution and repair method: remove the door hinge, find the same length, but thicker than the original wood screw, and the wood screw that can pass through the hinge hole, and then screw it into the door frame with a screwdriver (screwdriver). Or use an axe to chop a few small wooden wedges after the hinge is removed, dipped in the glue, and use a small hammer to drive the screw into the screw L. After the glue is solidified, use a carpenter's shovel to shovel the exposed leftover wedges of the frame and re-use the original wood screws. Screw the screwdriver (screwdriver) into the original hole position.
2. Improper selection of hinge screws and incorrect installation process lead to loosening
Failure condition: The furniture door hinge is loose, mainly due to improper selection of hinge screws and improper installation process during production. The former situation is mainly manifested in the furniture door leaf being too heavy, and the wood of the door frame is too soft, so the nail holding force is not strong. In addition, the optional hinge is small and the wood screws are short, which causes the hinge to loosen.
Corresponding solution repair method: The repair method is: select an appropriate hinge and replace the screw. Generally, if the door length is more than 100 cm, one and a half pairs of 65 mm long hinges should be selected, and 25 mm long wood screws should be used. For small cabinets, chests of drawers, and writing desks, when the door is 50 to 100 cm long, one or one and a half pairs of 50 mm long hinges should be selected, and 18 mm long wood screws should be used. For small doors such as bedside cabinets, a pair of hinges with a length of 40 mm and wood screws with a length of 16 mm should be selected.