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Emka hinges get the 'fit' right

01 March 2012

Getting a door to “fit” correctly can be a problem for standard and specialist enclosure producers alike, in particular with flush doors where the visible gap is a significant aesthetic concern and accurate gasket positioning may be critical to match narrow flanges which are needed to maximise aperture clearances

Standard, accurate and application specific hinge designs from EMKA deal with many of the problems encountered in this process.

EMKA “flush door” hinges are available in 18 different styles/formats and many sizes per program with a spectrum of visual and functional possibilities. These run from mild steel weld-on concealed hinges along to glass reinforced plastic, zinc die or stainless steel designs. They offer 90° to 270° opening and have been developed in parallel with the development of control and telco technologies and with the housings demanded for their safe installation.

EMKA’s standard specialist hinges for flush mount doors offer accurate, repeatable, reliable and aesthetic solutions to this common design scenario. As to be expected from a market leader such as EMKA, their website offers a powerful drill-down guide, together with a wealth of downloadable drawings and other material.

EMKA’s range of enclosure hardware includes electronic locking systems, stainless steel hinges, spanner locks, wing handle/locks, 19 inch cabinet locks, HVAC locks and profile sealing strips for enclosure sealing in natural rubber, EPDM, neoprene and PVC.

Further information on EMKA products and services may be found at www.emka.co.uk, where it is also possible to download their 3D CAD files and any part or the entire EMKA product catalogue. Find the latest information and news on the EMKA blog – www.emkablog.co.uk.


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