This Grass TIOMOS Tipmatic 160 Degree Concealed Hinge would prove to be a highly useful product for anyone assembling/building their own furniture.
This concealed hinges is designed for use with handle-less applications and for an opening angle door thickness of 29mm to 32mm
Concealed Hinge consists of:
1 x Steel 35mm diameter screw fixing cup
1 x Steel click on arm
This is without a spring and without soft closing.
Mounting plates and cover caps do need to be purchased separately if required. A decision on mounting plates does depend on what the hinge is being applied too.
- Written by Jack
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Hi guys, my name is Darrel, and I am 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've put these short little videos together to be able to give you, our customers a more informed decision on the products that we have to offer.
Today, I want to talk to you about the Grass TIOMOS Tipmatic Hinge that we have on our website. It's a 160-degree opening angler on this particular end. Well worth thinking about if you are wanting to get that door past the 90 degree, which is pretty standard in our industry.
This is the actual hinge itself. The idea would be, if you can imagine that this would be situated inside the carcass, I have one of the fixing adapters here. But if you think of this side being situated in the carcass this is the actual door you're coming across here, like that. So as I open the door, I open the door like that, this then allows the door to come back on itself until eventually it pushes itself away and opens all the way out, to the 160 degrees as you can see, there. So now the door would be operating that way.
To give you a little bit more of an opportunity to see it in the flesh so to speak. If I were to do it like that, then as I open the door, you see this is where the door is situated as it is coming out. That is right at about 90 degrees. Then it carries on all the way up to 160 degrees, as you can see there.
This particular hinge has some adjustments. You can adjust it back and forth via this screw here. If you can zoom in and get that there. You can actually move the hinge backwards and forwards, like that. Also this particular part has to be screwed into the carcass. It also has adjustments here, which allows you to move the hinge up and down as well. So, you've got some really fine tuning.
This doesn't come with the hinge. You've got to be mindful of that. There are loads of different types of bases. We just chose this base to show you guys how it gets put together. You need to choose your different types of bases, depending on your particular application. The way that these are situated and fixed in here, there's two little pins inside there... that slides in here like that, and then that then clicks around. Push that down hard, and that will actually click into position there. Now that will be held into the carcass.
To release that, there's another little clip here on the side push that back there like that and that allows you to take that off. In which case, you can take the door away, or take the hinge off the actual assembly. That's the basic principle of how that actually works.
So there you go, guys. It's quite a specific application. If you have got a door where it slightly overlaps the actual carcass etc., and you want to get it so it moves away, again, as I mentioned, when you open that up there like that. You see it goes all the way around there, like that. The door would be situated up there.
So there you go, guys. I just hope that's giving you a little bit more information, a little bit more product knowledge. Nice to see you in the flesh, so to speak. Hopefully I am helping you make a more informed decision.
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