Hand Made Flush Solid Core Wood Interior Doors/Hollow Core Timber
|Size||Standard size: 900*2100*240, or customized|
|Painting||Perfect 5 layers painting (3 priming paint and 2 finishing paint)|
|Color||Red Or Customized|
|Open style||inswing, outswing|
6mm MDF+Solid wood/particle board(hollow core)+ 6mm MDF (Thickness:
40mm or customized)
|Architrave||Solid wood (Size:70*15mm or customized)|
What is a hinged door?
The standard hinged door is as basic as doors come. This is what
everyone thinks of when you say the word ‘door’. A hinged door
typically consists of either a solid wooden panel door or
hollow-cored door affixed to a door jamb with two or more hinges.
Additional hinges are generally required to support taller doors,
and stronger, sturdier hinges are required for weightier doors.
The door may have a knob or lever entry and be lockable or may
simply be pushed or pulled open, depending on where it's installed
and for what purpose. Self-closing door mechanisms are sometimes
found attached to this type of door.
How do hinged doors work?
A hinged door works on a force being applied to the free, outer
edge of the door pushing or pulling the door open, allowing it to
swing on its hinges up to 180 degrees to create an opening and
allow people to pass through the doorway. This requires clearance
space behind the door to allow it to swing open freely.
Most hinged doors either swing either inwards or outwards, although
hinges are available that allow them to swing both ways (for
example, those used on the doors to kitchens in restaurants). The
side of the door that needs to be pushed or pulled in order to open
the door is referred to as the 'handing' of the door.
Where are hinged doors used?
This is the most common door type, and is useful in almost any
application in which a door is required. These doors are frequently
found as front entry, rear entry, interior and wardrobe doors.
Because they're so simply constructed, easy to install and commonly
used, hinged doors are normally one of the cheapest options for
just about any purpose - although the price definitely depends on
how grand a door you'd like to install.
What variations exist on hinged doors?
Variations are as plentiful as applications. These doors can be
made of almost any material, can be custom sized and shaped, and
coloured or textured in any way the material will allow for. A
grand mahogany front entrance door, replete with brass knocker, a
digital lock and an elaborate door viewer may bear little
resemblance to a simple hollow cored pantry door, yet they both
operate on the same basic principle. Hinged doors can also appear
as double doors (usually referred to as French doors).