Manfred Frank - Hinge Models

By: Manfred Frank  05-Apr-2012

All existing frame mounting and door mounting options can be combined with both models. The trajectory/geometry and movement is identical for both hinge models.

Main Differences

  • The MFH 200 is adjusted by using an 11mm open ended spanner (in /out & side to side) and a 4mm Allen Key tool (height).
  • Please note that sufficient cavity space is required for operating the 11mm adjustment spanner when mounting the MFH 200.
  • The MFH 300 is adjusted by using a 5mm Allen Key tool (in /out & side to side) and a 4mm Allen Key tool (height).
  • Cavity space for mounting the MFH 300 can be kept to minimum (hinge overall height)

Differences between MFH 200 and MFH 300 Models



Door Mounting

Frame Mount Options

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Manfred Frank - Glass Information

Single panel Toughened/tempered glass can be mounted with countersunk fittings, clamping plates as well as bonded fittings. Single panel float/annealed glass is generally not considered to be suitable for use with Micromaster Hinges. Toughened/tempered glass is up to five times stronger than float/annealed glass of the same thickness. Sheet glass is commonly supplied in a number different glass types.


Manfred Frank - Hinge Applications

As a world first a completely frameless glass side to glass door fully exposed hinge mounting is made possible by using a range of MFH fittings. Micromaster hinges are suitable for all common applications of panel mounting. Curtain Wall Back to Back.