Door Hinge Guide -
Continuous Gear Hinges
A Continuous Gear Hinge consists of two
full-height, paired and geared leafs. Each geared leaf rotates
evenly from top to bottom, riding on bearings.
The geared leafs and bearings are held together by a full-length
channel cap. This assembly retains the smooth, clean lines of the
door and frame, while easily supporting heavy vertical loads.
Unlike conventional door hinges,
a Continuous Gear Hinge has no hinge pin. It is not like a piano hinge either, which
has 50% of each knuckle cut away, and depends on a thin wire to
hold each hinge leaf together.
Continuous Gear Hinge Benefits -
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