Hardware and Adhesives
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The metal tools for fastening and fittings used in construction.
Metal fittings that are concealed in a finished construction.
Exposed hardware serving as decorative as well as a utilitarian purpose.
Another term for Finish Hardware.
A jointed device, usually consisting of two leaves joined together by a pin, on which a door, gate or shutter swings, turns or moves.
A type of hinge which consist of two leaves with an odd number of knuckles on one leaf and an even knuckles on the other.
A type of hinge that closes by itself.
Loose Joint Hinge
A hinge having a knuckle formed from half of each leaf, with the upper half removable from the pin.
A pin or bolt on which something turns, as the gudgeon of a hinge.
A socket for the pintle of the hinge.
A hinge containing a coil spring in its barrel for closing a door automatically.
Double Acting Hinge
A hinge permitting a door to swing in either direction.
A long, narrow hinge that runs the full length of the two surfaces to which its leaves are joined.
Another term for Piano Hinge.
Hinge having two long leaves for securing to the adjacent faces of a door and doorjamb.
Cross Garnet Hinge
A T-Shaped strap hinge with the crosspiece as the stationary member and the long stem being the movable leaf.
Another term for Cross Garnet Hinge.
A strap hinge having leaves which are narrower at their junction than at their other extremities.
An H-shaped hinge having a protruding knuckle so that a door can stand away from the wall when they fully open.
A hinge having a single, pivoting joint with cylindrical knuckle.
Olive Knuckle Hinge
A paumelle having an oval shaped knuckle.
A hinge consisting of a number of flat plates rotating about a central pin, with shoulders mortised into a door edge and door frame so as to conceal when closed.
A device for securing a door, drawer or lid in position when closed, consisting of a bolt or combination of bolts propelled and withdrawn by a key or combination -operated mechanism.
An assembly of parts making up a complete locking system including knobs, plates and a locking mechanism.
Only holds the door in place with no provision for locking.
A type of door lock; the bolt which is square in cross section, is operated by the door key or a turn piece.
Simply designed lockset which is locked from the inside by pushing, without a key, a universal button.
A hole in a lock case or escutcheon for inserting a key.
An ornamental plate surrounding the shaft of a door knob at the face of a door.
The edge plat or surface through which the bolt of a lock passes.
Another term for faceplate.
A lock housed within two holes bored at right angles to each other, one through the face of a door and the other in the door edge.
A handle, more or less, spherical, usually for operating a lock.
A round disk or plate fastened to the face of a door around the hole in the door through which the doorknob spindle passes.
A protective plate surrounding the keyhole.
A metal plate or box which is set in a doorjamb and is either pierced or recessed to receive the bolt or latch of a lock, fixed on a door.
The projection from the side of a strike plate which the bolt of the lock strikes first.
Devices that automatically return the door to its closed position after it is opened.
Provides an alternative way to hang doors where the visual appearance of hinges is objectionable; it may be center hung or offset.
Push bars extending across the width of the door.
Small metal fabrications with rubber bumpers.
Vertical members used between double doors to seal the opening.
Small pieces of metal having one end pointed and the other enlarged.
Nails sizes are designated by the term...
The body of a nail.
Nailing in which the nails are driven perpendicular to the face of the material.
Also called concealed or secret nailing. Nailing in such a way that the nail heads are not visible on the face of the work.
Also called skew or tusk nailing. Nailing obliquely to the surfaces being joint.
Metal fasteners having tapered, helically threaded shanks and slotted heads designated to be driven to woods by turning.
A bolt having a squae head and a thin, coarse-pitched thread.
An anchor having a metal shell with a screw along its axis. Locally called a 'tox screw' with a plastic shell.
A screw used to fasten metal roofing sheets to the purlins.
Load indicating washers
Have small projections that are progressively flattened as a bolt is tightened.
Is a trademark for a brand of expansion bolt having a split, sleevelike sheath.
Bolts with two hinged wings that close against a spring when passing through a whole.
Metal pins that are used for permanently joining two or more structural steel members by passing a headed shank through a hole.
May be solid, liquid or powdered used to bond surfaces together.
Known as white glue, water based and dries quickly.
A very popular and most common PVA glue. Effectively used as wood glue.
A high-strength adhesive.