About Concealed Hinges
The Concealed hinge originates from Europe and for this reason is often termed as a European Hinge, although the hinge is produced worldwide, the main European brands were Blum, Salice, Agostino Ferrari, Hettich and FGV, at Eurofit we stock hinges produced by Tutti as well as our own IntAfit brand, both ranges cover most applications and are a suitable replacement for any other make of hinge.
Features / Help
Cup Hole Diameters:
Hinge Opening Angles:
Clip-On: Easy fixing clip in function on the hinge arm and mounting plate allowing doors to be installed/removed without unscrewing.
Slide-On: Traditional fixing method involving the hinge arm sliding on top of the mounting plate where the user then tightens a fixing screw to lock the hinge in place.
Mini-Hinge: A hinge with a thinner arm and usually smaller cup hole diameter (26mm).
Soft-Close: A built in damper function that prevents slamming when the door is being closed.
Face-Frame: A style of hinge used for doors which are surface mounted onto frontals where 90 degree cabinet sides are not present.
Other styles of concealed kitchen cabinet hinges:
Positive Incline 30° or 45° - Used on angled corner or wing end unit doors.
Glass Door - Hinges that work only on drilled glass/plastic doors using a specialist ring.
Knuckle Hinges - An exposed 270° hinge that allows the door to fold back on itself - eg, a TV cabinet.
Easy-On - A simple hinge solution that doesn't require a cup hole drilling - used on thin doors and sheet metal.
Blind Corner - 95° hinge used where doors open inline with the panel it attaches to, used in corner cupboards.
Bi-Fold Corner - Corner cupboard hinges that attaches 2 smaller doors to fold and fill a corner.
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