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Silentia® Face Frame Soft-Closing Concealed Overlay Hinges

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Silentia® Face Frame Soft Close hinge, face frame, 3/8" overlay Item #: 39506
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Silentia® Face Frame soft-close hinge, face frame, 1/2" overlay Item #: 37199
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Silentia® Face Frame soft-close hinge, face frame, 5/8" overlay Item #: 34201
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Silentia® Face Frame soft-close hinge, face frame, 3/4" overlay Item #: 39253
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Silentia® Face Frame Soft Close hinge, face frame, 3/8" overlay Item #: 39506
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Price:
$16.99
Pair
Quantity:
Total: $16.99

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Silentia® Face Frame soft-close hinge, face frame, 1/2" overlay Item #: 37199
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Price:
$16.99
Pair
Quantity:
Total: $16.99

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Silentia® Face Frame soft-close hinge, face frame, 5/8" overlay Item #: 34201
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Price:
$16.99
Pair
Quantity:
Total: $16.99

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Silentia® Face Frame soft-close hinge, face frame, 3/4" overlay Item #: 39253
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Price:
$16.99
Pair
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Total: $16.99

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Overview

With a sleek design and integrated soft-closing action, these Salice® hinges set a new standard for aesthetics and technology in concealed hinges. Unlike other soft-close models, the decelerating system is built directly into the hinge and stays out of sight under an attractive, integral cap. Unprecedented three-way cam adjustability allows for simple and precise door alignment. No add-on parts, so installation is a breeze and the adjustment screws stay unobstructed. Self-lubricating, with a full 110°opening capacity. Bright nickel-plated steel construction. Available to accommodate a variety of overlays for face-frame cabinets (see options below).
  • Recommended for face frame cabinet applications
  • Featuring soft-close functionality
  • 110° Opening
  • Three Way Adjustment
  • Nickel Finish
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Note: The included spacer applies to situations where drilling a 13.5 mm cup hole risks boring through the face of the door (e.g. if the door's thickness is reduced by a profiled edge). It adds 1.2 mm of space "above" the surface of the door, allowing for a shallower cup hole while maintaining proper hinge function.


Tech Spec

Technical Details:

  • Cup diameter: 35 mm
  • Cup depth: 13.5mm
  • Nylon gear
  • Decelerating system is built directly into the hinge and stays out of sight
  • Three-way cam adjustability
  • Self-lubricating
  • Full 110° opening capacity
  • Bright nickel-plated steel construction

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Reviews

Customer Reviews

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As with the other reviews, I...

Alex C from Ozark, AR Posted December 7, 2010
As with the other reviews, I had to deepen the hole to make it work. However the instructions were very clear that the holes had to be correct. My only problem,I'm not too good at metrics. My bad. The drawers inside the cabinet, I had to spacer out to let the drawers slide past the door. No hill for a stepper. All in all, a great product. Read the instructions

The trick with these hinges is...

David K from Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada Posted March 28, 2010
The trick with these hinges is that 13.5 MM is insufficient depth for the socket. If you increase the socket depth to 14.5 - 15 MM the hinge will close your door fully. The hinge appears to displace air/fluid into the socket assemble where the plastic cap is. If the socket hole is not deep enough the hinge cannot properly displace for the shot absorbing action. This is the first time I have used these hinges, but I had read the reviews so I carefully examined what was happening prior to installing the doors. Now what I do is drill to 14.5 MM install the hinge to the door and make the hinge go through a close cycle on the bench. If the hinge pulls closed past the 90 degree (closed point I am ready for installation. If it does not, I remove the hinge and reset my drill press to increase the pocket depth, only need to do this check on first hinge, once set up and you ensure you do the full stroke, installation and operation are a breeze

What's said in another review is...

Guest from CA Posted August 27, 2010
What's said in another review is absolutely right, the first time after install the door couldn't close at all. Then I took the door off and examine it closely and found out there's a slight raise when the hinge is in closed position, re-drill the socket and it worked like a charm. There are two reasons that I took one star off his hinge:1. the user manual came with the hinge does not match what's on the website, the distance from door edge to socket shows 4mm on the web but 2.5mm on the manual.2. adjustment is pretty limited, and with door installed the adjustment screw gets hard to turn. And again the manual that came with it doesn't even have the right picture of the hinge.This is my first attempt to DIY a door and I definitely will give it another try since now I know the trick to install it right.

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