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Excel Pair of Rising Butt Door Hinges (3mm Thick)
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Excel Pair of Rising Butt Door Hinges (3mm Thick)

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    Product Summary

    MATERIAL: Stainless Steel

    TYPE: Rising butt hinges

    FINISH: Satin Stainless Steel

    FIXINGS: 25mm Pozi twin thread wood screws included

    ADDITIONAL FEATURES: Available in left or right hand opening configurations, sold as a pair



    This item includes one pair of rising butt hinges in either left or right handed configurations. The rising action is ideal for lifting your internal doors over deep pile carpets. 

    • Lift off and rising action butt hinge with 3mm leaf thickness for use in domestic or commercial environments

    • Made from heavy duty and high quality stainless steel

    • Rising action ideal for use with thick pile carpets

    • Available in left hand and right hand configurations for your door opening type

    • Ideal for use with standard internal doors

    • This pair of hinges comes complete with all the screws needed for fixing and fitting

    • Square cornered hinge

    • Smooth opening and gliding action

    • Full fitting instructions included

    • 12 month manufacturer guarantee

    What is the handing of Rising Butt Hinges and how do I choose?

    Rising butt hinges are available for either right handed or left handed door openings.

    When the door opens away from you and the hinge is on the left then you should select a LEFT HAND HINGE. If the hinge is on the right then a RIGHT HAND HINGE should be chosen instead.

    When the door opens towards you and the hinges is on the left then you should select RIGHT HAND HINGE. When the hinge is on the right, please choose a LEFT HAND HINGE


    What makes rising butt hinges different and when are they needed?

    These hinges are ideal for use with thick pile carpets or deep flooring in the doorway or in the jamb area that stop a smooth and easy opening action for the door. This work as the two separate parts of the hinges separate so that when opening, the door has a smooth lifting action. 



    Please note: Dimensions are subject to a 3mm +/- tolerance 

    102mm (4")

    OVERALL WIDTH: 76mm (3")


    Fitting and Care Instructions

    Prior to installation:

    For all fire door installations ensure 'intumescent' mastic/strips and seals are fitted in accordance with door manufacturer instructions.

    The hinges are manufactured to precise tolerances and therefore care must be taken to ensure all hinges are 'in line co-axially' to avoid putting excess stress on the hinges.

    Prior to fitting hinges ensure that the available clearance between door leaf and the frame are in compliance with BS 4787: Part 1 : 1980 as detailed below:

    Door leaf and jamb: 2mm each side
    Door leaf and head: 2mm
    Door leaf and transom: 2mm
    Door leaf and sill: 3mm

    The allowable tolerance on all clearances is -0.5mm + 1mm

    Hinge installation:

    1) Position the leaf so that the knuckle (crank line) is slightly proud of the door frame and mark around the hinge leaf

    2) Mortise out the door to equal the thicknesses of the hinge leaf. This will provide the optimium clearance between the door and frame in compliance with BS 4787

    3) Locate the hinge leaf in the mortise, mark through the hole position and pilot drill to suit the fixing screws. This is particularly important when screwing into hardwood

    4) Secure the hinge leaf to the door with the screws provided and repeat for other hinges

    5) When all hinges are fitted to the door, offer the door up to the frame. Pack under the bottom edge of the door leaf to ensure required clearance between the door and floor and mark resulting hinge positions on frame. It is critical that the door is supported when the first positioning screws attach the door to the frame. Failure to support the door may lead to lateral pressures twisting the hinge. This could cause the caps to come loose, with the result that the pin may fall out leading to hinge failure.

    6) With the door leaf in the 'open' position; open all hinge leaves flat against the door jamb ensuring they align with the positions previously marked on the frame. Once in position, mark out and mortise as per instructions 3-5

    7) Final installation check: Ensure that all screws are fully tightened - it is recommended that the final turns of the screws are made by hand screwdriver, not by power drive screwdriver to prevent shearing. If required the hinges may be lubricated using fine machine oil ensuring that any floor finishes are protected and any excess oil us wiped off on completion

    Extreme care should be taken when fitting hinges to doors installed with an overhead door closer particularly on fire doors to ensure there is no excessive torque required to open/close the door freely thereby reducing the efficiency of the closer

    It is not recommended to use hinges of less than grade 12 to 14 when fitted to doors with heavy duty closers incorporating 'back-check' or 'hold-open' devices


    Door maintenance, particularly on fire doors, fire exit routes and high traffic routes is an integral part of any well-planned and scheduled maintenance program within a building. Included within this schedule should be a regular minimum annual check on fixing screws, replacing any that are loose and hinges are lubricated using a fine machine oil



    Delivery Policy


    All of our stated prices are inclusive of VAT and delivery fees (except for trade account deliveries)

    Orders that weigh over 2kg and/or measure over 900mm in length may be subject to a surcharge for deliveries to the following UK regions:

    • Northern Ireland (All BT postcodes)

    • Scottish Grampians (All AB postcodes) 

    • Scottish Highlands (All IV, KW, FK (19-21), KA (27-30), PA (20-40) and PH (8-50) postcodes) 

    • Scottish Offshore Islands inc Shetlands (All ZE, HS and PA (42-88) postcodes)

    • Isle of Man (All IM postcodes) 

    • Scilly Isles (All TR21-TR25 postcodes) 

    • Channel Islands (All JE and GY postcodes) 

    • Isle of Wight (All PO31-PO40 postcodes)

    Pallet deliveries of approximately 5+ doors (excluding cabinet and louvre doors) to the following areas may also be subject to surcharges: 

    • All areas above

    • Central London (All N, NE, NW, W, SW, S, SE, E postcodes except E4)

    Please note that surcharge pricing may vary depending on your order and your region. Surcharges are capped at £50.00 (excluding pallets). Please contact us for detailed pricing for your order if you wish to receive delivery to any of the above areas. 

    Please be advised that orders for 2 or more doors may be delivered using a palletised service.
    This service will only deliver your order to the road/kerbside as close to your property as possible using a tail lift, and the courier will not be able to assist with the unloading of the doors from the pallet itself. The pallet will not be taken away by the courier. The courier will be asked to contact you ahead of delivery, therefore a valid telephone number will be required. All palletised deliveries require a signature to confirm that the goods have been delivered without damage. Should this delivery arrangement not be suitable for you, or in the event of there being access restrictions to your delivery address, please contact us prior to placing your order. Please read our delivery policy for further information.

    On the rare occasion an item offers a Collection Only service and cannot be delivered using traditional methods, the item will have a Collection Only message displayed next to the price on that particular listing. 

    contact us for full pricing and advice.


    Returns Policy

    Please visit our returns page for the full policy

    We would love all our customers to be happy with their purchases. However, should you wish to return your order for any reason, please read the following:
    • Returns are accepted with the exception of Special Order items, if they are sent back to us in the original packaging within 30 days of receipt

    • All goods MUST be inspected for any damage in accordance with our Delivery Policy, and we kindly request that any claims for damage be reported via email to us within 48 hours of receipt but within a maximum of 30 days from receipt. Where there is evidence of damage to the outer transit packaging you must mark the delivery as “Damaged“ when signing for it

    • Should you choose to return your order for reasons other than damage/defect, please include a completed returns form within your parcel

    • No statutory cancellation rights apply to products that have been specifically made to your requirements, design or measurements

    • Refunds will be processed within 30 days of receipt of any returned items

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