Phoenix Continuous Hinges provide an increasingly popular solution to hanging architectural doors, particularly in situations of heavy traffic or in applications where high security or anti vandal measures are a priority. Suitable for use on both Steel and Timber doorsets, Phoenix Architectural Continuous hinges have been specifically designed to be fitted to the full length of the door, ensuring equal distribution of fixings and increased load bearing capacity.
The range offers a comprehensive choice of open widths and lengths, suitable for a wide variety of door applications. The range also includes space saving Interleaf options and Anti-Ligature versions, designed for environments where the threat of self harm is evident.
56015 and 56016 models have been tested and certified to BS EN 1935: Grade 14 (160kg), plus the latest grade 15 (200kg). Fire tested to BS476 (60 minutes) and to the latest standard BS EN 1634: 30 minutes and 60 minutes.
- Highly resistant to attack
- 56015 and the 56016 models are the highest security options having been fire tested and also offering clients the reassurance of the BS EN 1935 approval
- Increased load bearing capacity where the door is heavier than a normal door
- Can be used on both metal or timber door sets
- Heavier duty lengths available on request
- Dog bolt version also available
- CE marked and CERTIFIRE approved.
Architectural 2.5mm hinges are designed to cover the full length of the door, have straight line or staggered configuration fixing holes and can be fitted with either wood screws or machine screws, plus a wide variety of tamper proof fasteners.
Beneficial features of Phoenix architectural continuous hinges are:
- High number of bearing surfaces, hence good load carrying capacity.
- Visually attractive and secure appearance when fitted to any doorset, with hinge pin removal when installed being virtually impossible.
- Available in mild steel and stainless steel, with further options of security dog bolts, anti-ligature ends and welded in hinge pin being offered (see below).