Hinge Parts

Door Hinge Parts

Hinges serve as vital components in the plumbing system of commercial kitchen equipment, facilitating the connection of doors, cabinets, and other fixtures to their respective frames for seamless opening and closing. Available in diverse shapes and sizes, the design of hinges is contingent upon the weight and dimensions of the doors they support. Various elements constitute door hinge parts, including the pin, knuckles, leaves, and screws. The pin, a cylindrical piece, links the rotating knuckles, while the leaves are flat metal plates affixed to the door and frame. These leaves feature holes for the pin and screws. Additionally, hinges incorporate ball bearings or washers to diminish friction and minimize wear on the components.

Essential to the functionality of commercial kitchen equipment like ovens, refrigerators, and cabinets, door hinges play a pivotal role in ensuring smooth door operation and secure closure. Regular maintenance and lubrication of parts of door hinge are imperative to prevent wear and tear, ultimately extending the lifespan of the equipment.

FAQs

What are the parts of a hinge called?

The parts of a hinge are called the pin, knuckles, leaves, and screws.

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