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Ball Bearing Door Hinge

Our ball bearing exterior door hinges are a high-quality hardware component designed to provide smooth and efficient operation of doors. These bearing type hinges are characterized by their durability, strength, and smoothness, thanks to the ball bearings that reduce friction during use. These bearing door hinges are typically made of robust materials like stainless steel or brass, ensuring longevity and resistance to wear and tear. Ball Bearing Door Hinges are also known for their easy installation process and versatility, as they can be used on various types of doors, including residential, commercial, and industrial doors.



BB140mm Ball Bearing Door Hinge

The BB140mm Ball Bearing Door Hinge is a high-performance, durable solution for your doors. Its ball bearing mechanism ensures smooth operation, while the robust design guarantees longevity. Ideal for heavy-duty applications, it combines functionality with style.



Ball top door hinges have a significant impact on the functionality and longevity of doors. Here’s how:


Smooth Operation: Ball bearings reduce friction in the hinge, allowing the door to swing open and close smoothly. This makes doors easier to use and reduces wear and tear.


Durability: internal door hinges ball bearing are typically more durable and can handle heavier loads. This makes them ideal for heavy or frequently used doors.


Longevity: The reduced friction and increased durability mean that rolling bearing pivot hinge tend to last longer than traditional hinges. This can save money on replacements and repairs in the long run.


Noise Reduction: cranked ball bearing hinge operate more quietly than standard hinges. This can be a significant benefit in quiet environments like offices or residential buildings.


Aesthetic Appeal: Many bottom pivot hinge with ball bearings are designed with a sleek, modern look that can enhance the aesthetic appeal of doors and overall interior design.



High dimensional accuracy.

Regular Cleaning: Dust and grime can accumulate on the hinges over time, causing them to squeak or stick. Regularly wipe them down with a soft, damp cloth to keep them clean.


It has good fluidity and plasticity and can produce various die-casting parts with complex shapes and clear outlines.

Lubrication: Apply a small amount of lubricant to the hinge pin every few months. This will ensure the hinge continues to operate smoothly and reduces wear and tear.


Tighten Screws: Over time, the screws on the hinges may loosen. Check them periodically and tighten if necessary to prevent the door from sagging or becoming misaligned.


Avoid Overloading: While ball bearing hinges are designed for heavy doors, avoid hanging excessively heavy items on the door as it can strain the hinges.


Regular Inspection: Check the hinges regularly for signs of damage or wear. If you notice any issues, it’s best to address them immediately to prevent further damage.


Professional Maintenance: For complex issues or if you’re unsure about performing maintenance yourself, consider hiring a professional to ensure the hinges are properly cared for.