Technopolymer hinge GN 238stainless steelsteeldie-cast zinc

technopolymer hinge
technopolymer hinge
technopolymer hinge
technopolymer hinge
technopolymer hinge
technopolymer hinge
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Characteristics

Material
technopolymer, stainless steel, steel, die-cast zinc
Type
corner
Installation
screw-in, weld-on
Opening angle
90°
Other characteristics
adjustable, rotating
Applications
door
Length

Max.: 60 mm (2.362 in)

Min.: 42 mm (1.654 in)

Width

Max.: 60 mm (2.362 in)

Min.: 42 mm (1.654 in)

Thickness

Max.: 6.3 mm (0.248 in)

Min.: 5.3 mm (0.209 in)

Description

MATERIAL Die-cast zinc alloy. COLOUR Epoxy resin coating, RAL 9005 black, matte finish. ADJUSTING INSERTS Hardened steel. ROTATING PIN AISI 303 stainless steel. SCREW-COVERS Technopolymer, dark grey colour, matte finish. STANDARD EXECUTIONS - GN 238-BJ: with 4 inserts for countersunk-head screws, for horizontal and vertical adjustment. - GN 238-EJ: with 2 inserts for countersunk-head screws, for horizontal or vertical adjustment. - GN 238-NJ: pass-through holes for countersunk-head screws, without adjusting inserts. FEATURES AND APPLICATIONS The adjusting inserts are designed to compensate limited misalignments of doors. Vertical and horizontal adjustments are both possible by simply setting the orientation of the inserts, thus obtaining the perfect alignment between the door and the frame. A round ring, situated on the rear part of the adjusting inserts, offers a secure mounting by carving the knurlings on the hinge holes. ROTATION ANGLE (APPROXIMATE VALUE) Max 180º (-20° and +160° being 0° the condition where the two interconnected surfaces are on the same plane). SPECIAL EXECUTIONS ON REQUEST - GN 238-SR: epoxy resin coating, RAL 9006 grey colour, matte finish, with screw-covers in light grey colour
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