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2-3/8" Height Solid Brass Hinge Pivot Stop from the Door Accessories Collection
For a quality, beautiful look, Emtek's Door Accessories cannot be beat. Like all Emtek products, the craftsmanship and materials that go into their household hardware is top quality. Emtek's brass hardware coordinates perfectly with other household hardware finishes.
Emtek is dedicated to bringing interesting, well made hardware back into American homes. Emtek's mission is to satisfy the higher expectations of today's homeowners with regard to door locks. They strive to provide a broad and interesting range of products that consumers can use as elements of decor, and not just as a way to latch a door.
Will this work to stop a door at just past 90 degrees?
A. The threads on the Emtek 2241 allow you to adjust the degree to which the door will operate. It is highly recommended to install these on the middle hinge as installation on the top or bottom can lead to hinge stretching over time.
What are the dimensions of this product?
A. The Emtek 2241 is 2.375" in length and projects out 1.75".
Will this work on a door that opens 180 degrees?
A. The Emtek 2241 will work on a door that opens 180 degrees.
Will this work with a Baldwin 1045 door hinge?
A. The Emtek 2241 should work perfectly with the 1045 full mortise hinge. I hope this helps!
What is the diameter of the hole accepting the hinge pin?
The Emtek 2241 diameter of the hinge pin hole is 1/4".
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