This cabin hook, commonly referred to as a door hook, has an overall length of 205mm.
They are designed to provide a simple but effective solution to holding doors open when you require free passage without obstruction from the door.
There are many ways of acheiving this, but door hooks are one of those traditional items of functional ironmongery that has been around forever, and will continue to be for many years to come, because they are such a simple device, yet provide a perfect way of holding a door open.
This particular range of door hooks boasts more than just simple functionality however. It offers complete flexibility at the joint, allowing for movement accross all axis, and as well as the improved functionality, is also finished beautifully, giving a definitely element of decoration to your doors too!
Important Info: We have noticed that there can be a degree of tollerance in the lengths of these, give or take 3mm on the length!
- Written by Jack
Please note: Images shown are that of the manufacturer and are for demonstration purposes only. Please check the item details and datasheet for an accurate description of the product.
Please contact us prior to purchase if you are in any doubt about product contents or suitability.
Hi, guys. My name is Darrel and I'm head of the tech team here at LocksOnline. Thanks for taking some time to tune in and have a quick look at one of our product review videos. Now, we're putting these short little videos together to be able to give you, our customers, the opportunity to see the products that we have to offer in, hopefully, a little bit more detail, right in the flesh, so to speak.
So today I want to show you a door hook that we have, or a cabinet hook that we have on our website. The basic principle of this is quite straightforward. Effectively, this would be bolted on to a wall, et cetera, and therefore, this would be bolted on to a door. And if you want to keep the door open at a certain angle, et cetera, you would then make sure that these would fit and tally up to wherever you want them to go. As you can see there, it's a nice, forged, brass cabinet hook, as you can see. And, obviously, it's designed to be able be moved and twisted in loads of different angles, there, as I'm moving that there with my hand. So that's quite a unique little bevelling system there. It has the ability to be completely flexible.
Now, this particular one is a brass finish as you can see. It's a casted brass product. But what I will do is give you guys some sort of idea on measurements, et cetera. If I was to pop that on there like that, so that's giving you some sort of idea of the overall. If I was to give myself some idea of the fixing centres there, you're looking at right about 204 - 205 millimetre fixing centres from that fixing centre to that fixing centre. So, it gives you an idea of the overall size on this particular cabinet hook.
Also, it comes with fixing screws as well so you have the ability to be able to screw this to the door, et cetera. If you are going to put it on to cement or mortar or anything, you may need to get yourself some wall plugs in respects to that. But, obviously, these would work here. A flathead would work on wooden doors, no problem at all, and wooden frames, et cetera.
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