|Table for determining the band sizes:|
|Swing Door Hinges||No.||28||29||30||33||36||39||42||45||45|
|Coil Spring Hinges||No.||0||1||5||9||13||17||21||25|
|Doors Thickness||mm||18 – 25||18 – 25||25 – 30||30 – 35||35 – 40||40 – 45||45 – 50||50 – 60||60 – 75|
|Max. Doors Weight||kg||10||15||22||27||40||55||70||100||145|
Instruction for fixing swing door hinges
Please relax the straps by removing the rivets. The straps can then be easily adjusted and recessed. Please insert lobes in such a way that the protruding edges with the upper edge of the wood cut exactly.
As shown in the drawing, the adjusting holes must always be upwards.
Once the straps have been accurately inserted and tightened, place the door on the center and slide a wedge underneath. Then the springs must be tightened with the enclosed steel pin, from right to left. When the required spring force is reached, the retaining pins are reinserted and the wedge removed.
When attaching the tapes, care must be taken that the trades are vertically aligned. The spring of the upper band must be stretched more because this band has to exert a higher force.
If the bands shriek, there is probably tension in the wood, which must be eliminated.
Please use the next larger number for door intermediate dimensions that differ in height and width from the table.
Particularly strong doors must always be understood with the bands prescribed for this strength.
Example: Swing door 735 mm wide, 2500 mm high, but 50 mm thick: This door must be equipped with strips no. 42.
Since doors with glass filling are correspondingly heavier, the tapes must each be one size larger than specified in the table, eg. B. No. 39 instead of No. 36, etc.
No responsibility can be accepted for any excessively heavy load or defects caused by incorrect installation.