Standard component specialist norelem has launched a new range of ‘invisible’ in-frame hinges, giving engineers more choice, flexibility and design potential.
Fitted on the inside of the frame and completely invisible from the outside, they can be mounted left or right and vertically or horizontally to suit all applications. With a flat profile, they’re also space saving, a vital consideration when installing inside housings. As added benefits, their ‘invisibility’ reduces the risk of break-in and injury.
The norelem product portfolio already includes an extensive choice of aluminium and sheet metal hinges, including adjustable friction and detent spring and torque models with opening angles up to 270°.
The new internal hinges for covered installation mark a significant addition and can be used for overlay and inset doors and hatches or hoods. They’re available in three different versions with opening angles of 90°, 110° and 125°. Hinges with opening angles of 90° and 125° are available in steel and stainless steel, while the version with an opening angle of 110° is a reinforced type made from steel.
The entire range of hinges is available to order directly from THE BIG GREEN BOOK, norelem’s catalogue of over 45,000 standard components and complete reference guide for engineers.
“Hinges are a vital part of a design engineers’ toolkit, and by adding our new in-frame range we’re offering them more choice and the potential to select the perfect hinge for their application,” says Marcus Schneck, CEO of norelem.