strap hinge


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strap hinge

n
(Building) a hinge with a long leaf or flap attached to the face of a door, gate, etc
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Noun1.strap hinge - a hinge with two long strapsstrap hinge - a hinge with two long straps; one strap is fastened to the surface of a moving part (e.g., a door or lid) and the other is fastened to the adjacent stationary frame
flexible joint, hinge - a joint that holds two parts together so that one can swing relative to the other
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A third design uses a strap hinge and might be the simplest of the lot.
The door swings open outward on a stainless steel strap hinge. The door also provides hunter access.
To open the action, the brass lifter seen inside the trigger-guard is pushed up which raises the strap hinge, permitting the barrel to be swung down 90 degrees.
The heart of my tracker is a heavy-duty, 8-inch strap hinge made by Stanley Hardware.
Use a strap hinge and brace the bottom of the doors until you get it secured to the wall.
Join the upper ends of the two step supports with a heavy galvanized eight-inch strap hinge so they will fold together for storage or moving to a new location.
* Tools and materials: drill, heavy-duty screw hooks, heavy-duty strap hinges, chain, nails and small hooks as needed.
Touches like doors with wrought-iron strap hinges and windows with muntins also hint at Schafer's predilection for the past, while adding to the imaginary sense of a house that has grown and changed over time.
Bronze hinges were certainly in use by the Egyptians and Romans around 500BC and in the Middle Ages blacksmiths were routinely producing strap hinges and decorative hinges in wrought iron and other metals.”
The strap hinges were firmly cemented into the gatepost, so he decided to use them again, but was a bit worried that they might not take the extra weight.
Residents were urged to use good padlocks and replace standard hinges with strap hinges secured by coach bolts or nonreturn screws.
Property mark items where possible; Use two quality padlocks; Replace standard hinges with strap hinges secured with coach bolts or non-return screws;