Stainless steel concealed hinges available ex-stock from FDB Panel Fittings

Concealed hinges in AISI 304 are primarily used for security reasons but also for aesthetics. They find application on enclosure and cabinet doors for industrial use or for office/domestic kitchens or bathrooms.

Internally mounting or concealment behind door returns ensures that the hinge is protected from attempts to force removal of hinge pins or mounting screws. In many cases appropriate hinge selection enables door demounting once the door has been opened – with easy post operation refitting.

Dirak and Pinet stainless steel concealed hinges in pin format or parallelogram designs are available ex-stock from FDB Panel Fittings via its online shop, with opening angles of 90 deg to 180 deg. They are suited to single cabinets or rows with surface mounted and flush doors. Fixing is by bolting, screws or welding.

 

FDB Panel Fittings

Unit 20, Worton Hall Industrial Estate
Worton Road
Isleworth
TW7 6ER
UNITED KINGDOM

+44 (0)20 8568 1616

info@fdb.co.uk

http://www.fdb.co.uk/

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