door hinge dimensions

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Doors require special downsizing for continuous hinges. The amount of downsizing depends on the hinge specified (manufacturer and type) and the hinge application (Full Mortise versus Full Surface v...
Steelcraft follows the industry standards for hinge reinforcement and preparation for both door and frame. Unless otherwise specified all products prepared for butt hinges will have mounting holes ...
Hinge backset is the dimension from the leading edge of the hinge to either the stop on the frame or to the stop face (push side) of the door. For operating clearance, the hinge backset on the d...
Butt hinges can be used on  doors up to 4' wide and 200 pounds.  There is no maximum door height, just need to add a hinge for every 30" or part there of over 7'.
The 455 can be mounted on a 48" wide door, but we cannot guarantee that it will withstand the forces involved.  Recommend using 906 instead.
An EPT can be used with a Cam Lift Hinge: Maximum hinge lift dimension = 1/2".  The EPT must be installed correctly with the tube at the top on the door side and the tube at bottom on...
From head to centerline of each hinge (4 1/2" or 5") is 9 3/4", 39 3/64", 68 11/32" & 97 41/64".
The hinge spacing on a 9'0" frame opening height is 29 19/64".
From Head to top of each 4 1/2" hinge is 7 1/2", 36 51/64", 66 3/32" & 95 25/64". From Head to top of each 5" hinge is 7 1/4", 36 35/64", 65 27/32" & 95 9/64".
EPT can be used on following hinges: Degree of the opening Hinge type Door thickness 0-180 degree Up to 5" butt hinges 1 3/4" 0-180 degree Up to 3/4" offset pivots 1 3/4" 0-130 degree 5 1/2"...
See related solution: Can an EPT be used with Cam Lift Hinges?