Butt hinge This type of door hinge has two leaves, one attached to the door clip and the other to the edge of the door. They normally range in size from 13mm to 150mm and it is mainly used for access and entry doors, as well as exterior doors, most likely in areas such as cabinet doors, these components are suitable for almost any type of woodwork project, Because they are very easy to connect and have a simple yet powerful design.
Recessed Hinge It is designed as a butt hinge that requires only one blade plate to fit within the cutout in the mounting plate. These types are designed to be flush as their name implies, and they also don't require cutting grooves. They're not as strong as some of the other accessories, but they're lightweight, so the best applications for these components are in areas like small cabinet doors or small basic woodwork projects.
Spring hinges. This type is a self-closing hinge that ensures the door closes automatically when it is not opened. They may be a more attractive alternative to automatic door closers. This type of door hinge is used for standard door hinges made of wood or metal. Commercial grade doors, the spring of a spring hinge is located in the hinge cylinder or barrel and applies pressure to the wings of the hinge to push them together or push them apart. They are available in different sizes and tensile strengths to suit the specific needs of the user. The size and strength of the spring hinge make it a perfect replacement for large door closing mechanisms. Very useful in most furniture today.
Strap Hinges These are usually designed with two long wings, usually triangular in shape. These hinges are designed for heavy duty doors and gates. Their long, narrow design allows them to securely connect the two objects or surfaces on which they are used, while taking up minimal space in the process. Most strap hinges are commonly used on doors, gates and cabinets.
Butterfly Hinges This is a butt hinge named for its decorative, mirrored leaves or wings, where the leaf plate is designed like a butterfly's wings, making it visually interesting, decorative finishes may include a variety of textures , as well as scrolls or embossing. Some butterfly hinges are made of enamel for a colorful look. They can be used to decorate or decorate boxes, and it can also add decorative and retro flair to kitchen cabinets and other built-in components.
Piano hinges are available in a variety of lengths, often sized to span the entire length of the connected piece. The largest type in its class because they are used in large areas such as lids or table tops. Sometimes called continuous hinges, piano hinges can take a lot of wear and tear, but they're also easy to install and align. Piano hinges are also available as perforated and non-perforated hinges, like perforated hinges with countersunk mounting holes to facilitate surface mounting to doors or frames. Drill holes in the hinges before painting or plating to help ensure corrosion resistance and extend product life. Then another non-hole hinge can be surface mounted by drilling holes and using fasteners. They can also be spot welded.
Swinging Door Hinges:
A door can open both ways with the help of these hinges. They are also known as cafe door hinges. They are not commonly used for exterior doors.
Concealed hinges As its name suggests, a hinge that is flush inside the door to conceal the hinge position, the purpose of a concealed hinge (also known as a hidden hinge or Euro hinge) is to provide a smooth surface to the outer perimeter of the door. They are often used on cabinet doors to add a nice and continuous look. Most modern concealed hinges are designed to fit on different types of doors, and aside from the sheer aesthetic value of concealed hinges, the main advantage is the ability to make very simple fine-tuning of the door's seat after installation by turning a small adjustment screw . And has multiple features such as soft close, adjustable arms and easy disassembly.