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Salice hinge help1/28
We are doing a bunch of 1/2" thick compact laminate doors, and we are using a Salice shallow cup hinge. The product code on the side of the box is C1R6A99. Now there is one set of doors that the client wants to have pop open automatically when the magnetic lock is disengaged. Does anyone know if there is a reverse spring version of these hinges?
I cannot answer about the reverse spring action but the normal way we solve this is using a free-swing version along with a magnetic Blum Tip-On. When you press the corner of the door in, the Tip-On will shove the door open (gently).
We prefer the long-throw version of these, the short-throw just doesn't push it open as much as my clients would prefer.
Salice has the B Series hinge (CBPQA99) that has a 9mm cup depth that will work in your 1/2" thick doors. This is also a "Push" to open hinge that will pop open when your magnetic lock is released.
It is a slightly different hinge than the C1R6A99 in that you may likely need to drill the 35mm cup further in from the edge of the door (depending on the overlay you need). For example, if you need a 17mm overlay you would need to drill the hinge cup in 18mm from the edge and use a 0mm mounting plate.
If you only need a couple, just send me your address and I will see that they go out as samples.
Here is some information from our catalog.