- Ball-Bearing hinges are made for doors with an opening frequency greater than 25 times per day.
- Disc-Bearing hinges are made for doors with an opening frequency of fewer than 25 times per day.
- Richards-Wilcox recommends that your selected hinge length is equal to 1/3 of your total door width.
- Richards-Wilcox recommends purchasing a matching backplate to go with your hinges to provide maximum stability.
The 1036 standard strap half surface steel strap hinge with butt type pintle leaf for mounting to the inside of the frame. The 1036 standard hinge comes in disc and ball bearing variations, depending on the frequency of your door usage. It comes in 18″, 24″, and 36″ lengths depending on the length of your door. The standard strap hinge is made of steel construction with a powder coat finish, while the pintle pin and bearings are zinc plated. The 1035 strap hinge comes with a pintle secured with a cotter pin. Fasteners not included.