Piano Hinges

Piano hinges, also known as continuous hinges, are a type of hinge that runs the entire length of a door, lid, or panel, providing support and stability along its entire length. They are often used on items such as pianos, cabinets, and toolboxes, where a long and even hinge is needed to support the weight of the item.

Piano hinges consist of two long plates that are joined together by a pin or rod. The plates are typically narrow and rectangular in shape, with evenly spaced screw holes along the length of the hinge. The pin or rod is typically designed to be removable, allowing the hinge to be easily disassembled if necessary.

One advantage of piano hinges is that they provide even support and weight distribution along the entire length of the door or panel, reducing the risk of warping or sagging over time. They also allow for a wide range of motion, as the door or panel can swing open a full 180 degrees without being impeded by the hinge itself.

Overall, piano hinges are a versatile and durable option for a wide range of applications, providing long-lasting support and stability for doors, panels, and lids of all sizes and weights.

Piano hinges are available in steel, and are available in nickel plated or an electro brassed finish. They all come in 183cm in length, and are availble in different widths to accommodate different sizes and weights of doors or panels; obtainable in widths of 25mm, 32mm and 38mm. These packs of piano hinges are supplied by Carlisle Brass

#html-body [data-pb-style=NTD3G0W]{justify-content:flex-start;display:flex;flex-direction:column;background-position:left top;background-size:cover;background-repeat:no-repeat;background-attachment:scroll}Piano Hinges Piano hinges, also known as continuous hinges, are a type of hinge that runs the entire length of a door, lid, or panel, providing support and stability along its entire length. They are often used on items such as pianos, cabinets, and toolboxes, where a long and even hinge is needed to support the weight of the item. Piano hinges consist of two long plates that are joined together by a pin or rod. The plates are typically narrow and rectangular in shape, with evenly spaced screw holes along the length of the hinge. The pin or rod is typically designed to be removable, allowing the hinge to be easily disassembled if necessary. One advantage of piano hinges is that they provide even support and weight distribution along the entire length of the door or panel, reducing the risk of warping or sagging over time. They also allow for a wide range of motion, as the door or panel can swing open a full 180 degrees without being impeded by the hinge itself. Overall, piano hinges are a versatile and durable option for a wide range of applications, providing long-lasting support and stability for doors, panels, and lids of all sizes and weights. Piano hinges are available in steel, and are available in nickel plated or an electro brassed finish. They all come in 183cm in length, and are availble in different widths to accommodate different sizes and weights of doors or panels; obtainable in widths of 25mm, 32mm and 38mm. These packs of piano hinges are supplied by Carlisle Brass
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