Grainger Approved continuous hinges can be cut to size with a hacksaw. Aluminum, brass, and stainless steel models are corrosion-resistant. Stainless steel models offer higher corrosion resistance than brass.
Hinges With Holes have countersunk mounting holes to aid surface-mounting to door or frame. Holes are drilled in hinges before painting or plating to help ensure corrosion resistance and extend product life.
Hinges Without Holes Can be surface mounted by drilling holes and using fasteners. They can also be spot welded.
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Pemko continuous hinges help distribute weight evenly on the door and door frame, and are suitable for sagging doors or lids. Each features a full-length channel cap, and can help seal the gap between door and frame to secure the door against prying. Hinges have a 180° range of motion.
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All Monroe PMP piano hinges (except stop hinges) open a full 270°. Steel piano hinges are constructed of commercial-grade, cold-rolled steel. Stainless steel and aluminum hinges are corrosion-resistant.
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These continuous hinges are also referred to as piano hinges. A blank length of hinge usually comes in six or eight foot lengths. They are manufactured in various gauges, materials, and sizes. Ideal for cutting to specific sizes.
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Markar continuous hinges distribute weight and stresses along the full length of the door and frame, supporting the door’s full length up to ten feet. Markar continuous hinges are tested for over a million cycles, and are designed to offer trouble-free door operation. They are also recommended for heavy doors and for situations where doors are exposed to misuse.
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Ives Continuous Hinges are designed to distribute the weight of the door along the entire length of the frame, reducing the amount of stress normally associated at top of doors and frames on butt hinge applications. Not only does this help to reduce hinge failure, it also keeps your door in constant alignment, eliminating the chance of door sag. Use on doors in high traffic areas. Available in two styles: aluminum geared and pin and barrel in steel or stainless steel.
Aluminum Geared continuous hinges utilize a single gear section for the leaf and a separate gear section for the frame side of the door. The two are held in place together by a full length cover channel and rotate on a series of bearings.
Pin and Barrel hinges are available in steel and stainless steel. They share many of the same characteristics of traditional hinges, with a center pin and rolled knuckles. But the continuous Pin and Barrel hinge stretches along the entire length of the frame.
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Stanley continuous hinges distribute weight evenly on the door and door frame, and are suitable for sagging doors or lids. Hinges with a rugged, nonhanded geared design do not bend or break like hinges with pins and knuckles. They feature a full-length channel cap to help seal the gap between door and frame while also securing the door from prying.
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