What is the difference between aluminum alloy door and window hardware hinges and wall-mounted hinge profiles
Because the hinge and wall-mounted hinge profiles have different structures and working principles, naturally the scenes and objects they are suitable for use will also be different. However, both are used for cabinet doors, doors and windows, door opening and closing, etc.
For example, hinges are mainly installed on aluminum alloy doors and windows, and hinges are more used on cabinets. Inverted windows in aluminum alloy doors and windows are generally suitable for fixed installation with hinges, but if it is an oversized casement window, the hinges are not enough. At this time, it is better to use multiple wall-mounted hinge profiles, and multiple hinges share the force. , in order to complete the normal opening and closing of super large casement windows and so on.
The hinge is usually used to keep the aluminum alloy doors and windows open or closed to rotate, while the sashes using hinges can both rotate and translate. Since the hinge does not have the function of a spring hinge, once there is a horizontal load (such as wind), the door panel will move. Therefore, after installing the hinge, it is necessary to install various bumping beads, and the hinge itself cannot provide enough friction. It is used in conjunction with the plank installation; the different hinges are open to bear mainly horizontal loads (such as wind) and vertical loads (such as gravity). And it can provide a certain amount of friction by itself and can be used alone.