While most hinges are do wear down over time. One of the most durable hinges styles is the ball bearing hinges. Ball Bearing Hinges used for heavier and wider doors. The ball bearing is placed between two knuckles to reduce friction. The main door has the most traffic, so it faces the most friction.
The main benefit of ball bearing hinges is it helps to reduce the amount of friction. For an easier way to open and close the doors, ball bearing hinges are perfect.
Pin - The rod that holds the leaves together, inside the knuckle.
Knuckle - The hollow—typically circular—portion creating the joint of the hinge through which the pin is set. The knuckles of either leaf typically alternate and interlock with the pin passing through all of them. (aka. loop, joint, node, or curl).
Leaf - The portion (typically two) that extends laterally from the knuckle and typically revolve around the pin.
Ball Bearing Hinges are the most popular type of hinge. Ball-Bearing Hinges used on internal doors. The hinge pivots on a series of small ball race tips, offering a much smoother action. These hinges are generally made of steel or stainless steel and come in a whole host of finishes. The most common sizes are 3” and 4”.
It has a permanently lubricated tip that allows for smooth operation.
It is Long-lasting and durable due to minimal stress and friction. We Recommend Ball Bearing for Heavy doors, wide doors, exterior doors.
Ball Bearing Hinges are manufacture from Steel and Brass.
Ball Bearing Hinges have a broad range of finishes. Like Antique Brass, Antique Bronze-Lacquered, Satin Chrome, White Primed, Satin Nickel, Polished Chrome, Stainless Steel, Zinc Plated, Black Paint, Yellow Zinc, Satin Brass, Polished Brass, Bright Brass, Oil Rubber Bronze.
Standard Packing & Relevant markings provide in each outer package.
FOB - Freight On Board,
C&F - Cost And Freight,
CIF - Cost, Insurance and Freight, etc.
Category: Types of Hinges
Types of Hinges