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S4013 Hoppe Millennium Adjustable Hinge - 2-D Set Hinge

S4013 Hoppe Millennium Adjustable Hinge - 2-D Set Hinge

$ 50.00

Color
Stainless Steel
Brass
Antique Brass
Oil Rubbed Bronze
Quantity

 Part Number: S4013

Hoppe Millennium Adjustable Hinge - 2-D Set Hinge with Non-removable Pin
Vertical Adjustment  - Hinges are Non Handed. Works for both Left hand and Right hand swinging doors.
Known to been used on WeatherSheild and Peachtree Doors
Colors Still Available: Stainless Steel
Discounted Colors: Oil Rubbed Bronze, Brass Chrome

Pat.Nr. 5.701.1636, 122210600

 

Set and Guide Hinge Placement Table:

3 Hinges Per Door Panel - Up to 165 lbs:

Starting at top of door Top of door

Guide - Part Number S4014

Set - See Part Number S4013

Guide - Part Number S4014

4 Hinges Per Door Panel -Up to 165 lbs:

Anytime you need 4 hinges you would just add another guide hinge

Starting at top of door Top of door

Guide - Part Number S4014

Guide - Part Number S4014

Set - See Part Number S4013

Guide - Part Number S4014

4 Hinges Per Door Panel - 165 - 330 lbs:

Starting at top of door Top of door

Guide - Part Number S4014

Set - See Part Number S4013

Set - See Part Number S4013

Guide - Part Number S4014

5 Hinges Per Door Panel - 165 to 330 lbs:

Guide - Part Number S4014

Guide - Part Number S4014

Set - See Part Number S4013

Set - See Part Number S4013

Guide - Part Number S4014

Pro Tip: Remove weight from the hinges by lifting up on the door before you adjust. 


Known part # 850-2388803, 850-8754819, 122210600

 

General HOPPE Adjustable Hinge Adjustment Instructions:

  1. Determine hinge locations on the frame and door panel. Recommended hinge positions are given in the Set and Guide Hinge Placement Table above.
  2. Prepare the door panel and frame.
  3. Fasten hinges into the door panel. #10 ANSI wood screws with a minimum length of 1 1/4” are recommended. The Set Hinge must be installed according to the installation label. The label on the frame leaf will point down to the sill when properly installed.
  4. On the frame, use #10 ANSI wood screws that are 5/8” to 3/4” long in three of the four screw locations. One screw on each hinge should be at least 1 1/2” long to reach the stud. This screw is typically left out and is installed after the door is positioned in the rough opening.
  5. Install the frame leaf of the Set Hinge into the routing on the frame and fasten securely. Do not allow the Set Hinge(s) to support the weight of the panel without installing the Guide Hinges.
  6. Install the frame leaf of the Guide Hinges into the routings on the frame and fasten securely. Leaves on the Guide Hinges will slide freely up and down for alignment with the rout.
  7. Do not adjust hinges prior to the final installation into the rough opening. This will affect the ability of the door installer and end user to utilize the full adjustment range of the HOPPE Adjustable Hinge.

Disassembly

  1. Do not attempt to remove the hinge pin, as this may cause damage.
  2. To disassemble the door panel from the frame, support the weight of the panel to relieve the weight from the hinges.
  3. Carefully remove either the frame leaf screws or door leaf screws to displace the panel.


Adjustment Instructions
Introduction
There are two types of HOPPE Adjustable Hinges on each door panel:

  1. Set Hinge: One or two per panel. The Set Hinge provides ± 1/8” vertical adjustment.
  2. Guide Hinge: Two or three per panel. The Guide Hinges provide ± 1/8” horizontal adjustment. Look for the visible adjusting screw on the door sash leaf. This identifies the hinge as a Guide Hinge.
  3. Hinge designs may vary, but adjustment remains the same.

Required Tools

  1. A 3/16” hex wrench is required.
  2. A small flat head screwdriver is required.
  3. A plastic putty knife is recommended.

Vertical Adjustment for Doors with One Set Hinge
With the door closed or open:

  1. Remove the press-fit Finial Cap from the bottom of the Set Hinge to expose the adjustment screw. Use the small screwdriver for Set Hinges featuring a plastic Finial Cap. A plastic putty knife is recommended for Set Hinges featuring a brass Finial Cap.
  2. Insert the hex wrench into the bottom of the Set Hinge. Tighten the screw to raise the panel and loosen to lower the panel.
  3. Reinstall the Finial Cap removed in Step 1.


Vertical Adjustment for Doors with Two Set Hinges
With the door closed or open:


  1. Remove the press-fit Finial Cap from the bottom of the Set Hinge
    to expose the adjustment screw. Use the small screwdriver for
    Set Hinges featuring a plastic Finial Cap. A plastic putty knife is
    recommended for Set Hinges featuring a brass Finial Cap.
  2. To raise the panel, insert the hex wrench into the top-most Set
    Hinge and tighten the adjustment screw to achieve the desired
    Insert the hex wrench into the other Set Hinge and
    tighten the adjustment screw 1/8 turn past the onset of resistance
    to distribute the panel weight evenly between both Set Hinges.
  3. To lower the panel, insert the hex wrench into the top-most Set
    Hinge and loosen the adjustment screw as far as possible without
    Insert the hex wrench into the other Set Hinge and
    loosen the adjustment screw to achieve the desired adjustment.
    Retighten the adjustment screw on the top-most 1/8 turn past the
    onset of resistance to distribute the panel weight evenly between
    both Set Hinges.
  4. Reinstall the Finial Caps removed in Step 1.


Horizontal Adjustment
With the door open:

  1. Insert a 3/16” hex wrench into the horizontal adjustment screw.
  2. Turn clockwise to decrease the margin and counterclockwise to
    increase the margin on the hinge side.

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