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Cal-Royal PARH-3A 3x2.25in Parliament Hinge-Residential Weight-Plain Bearing-Brass Base
 

Cal-Royal PARH-3A

Cal-Royal PARH-3A 3x2.25in Parliament Hinge-Residential Weight-Plain Bearing-Brass Base

 
Manufacturer: Cal-Royal
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3" x 2-1/4" Residential Weight Plain Bearing Brass Parliament Hinge

  • Hinge must be purchased in quantities of 2
  • Material: Brass
  • Gauge: .093
  • Three Knuckle
  • Plain Bearing
  • Number of Holes: 6
  • Ball Tip Attached
  • Note: Specifications of product in image may differ from product being sold. Read description carefully.
Questions and Answers
Q: Hello: I don't see any specs for the parliament hinges, PARH, such as the range of inset that can be used.
A: A Parliament Hinge is in essence a wide throw hinge and the range of inset is only on factor in determining if a specific hinge will work.

A formula is needed to determine this here and is:

Door Thickness - Backset x 2 + Clearance Required + Inset (if any) = Hinge Width (if not a standard width, use the next larger standard width)

Discussed at length here:

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And all summarized here:

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Is there a follow up question that we can perhaps attempt to answer? We take pride deep in our technical expertise, as we know it separates us from our competition, so don't hesitate to ask.

Please reply to this email or contact our sales department here:

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if we can assist you by answering further questions or with entering this order and please let us know if there is anything else we can help with.

Q: What are the specs on the hole positions on the 3 X 2.25 Residential Weight Plain Bearing Parliament Hinge? I need a wide throw type hinge for a 1" door that requires a 3/4" clearance.
A: The hinge screw locations are shown in the link to the template here:

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Review this template I believe this hinge suits your application perfectly.

Is there a follow up question that we can perhaps attempt to answer? We take pride deep in our technical expertise, as we know it separates us from our competition, so don't hesitate to ask.

Please reply to this email or contact our sales department here:

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if we can assist you by answering further questions or with entering this order and please let us know if there is anything else we can help with.

Q: I found the AB Supply videos regarding the parliament hinges. There was referenced a chart for sizing the hinges in order to clear obstructions, such as wall trim. Would you please look at the link here:

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which shows the site where I propose to build a traditional jib door (represented at the bottom). The hinges are visible, and painted, which would be best to detract from the hardware. What size hinge would I require to clear the 1-inch deep molding on the wall and the door?

A: The width of the parliament hinge is dependent on the inset of the door from the face of the frame and the projection of the trim that will be applied. How thick is the chair rail that's going to be on the wall and will the chair rail run across the face of this door as well? Looking at the bottom of your attachments it appears as if the answer is yes - the next question becomes what degree of opening do you wish to achieve?
Q: The door will be flush with the surface of the surrounding wall. Dimensions of the opening are 30 ?" wide and 40 ½" high. More like a cabinet door. The chair rail is one inch thick (profile in previous attachment). It is on the left and right of the opening and will continue across the door, as in the picture, previous attachment. A 105° opening would be best; the door will open towards the window on the left so that I may a access the storage. The door will be ¾" to 1" thick, comprised of a wood frame with ½" drywall set flush into a rabbet for the face of the door. The back of the door will be ¼" plywood, glued to prevent racking. The upper part of door will be wallpapered and the chair rail and portion below will be painted, creating a door that will be almost hidden.
A: Do you want to miter the chair rail as seen in your prior images? If yes, you would not need a wide throw type hinge as a parliament hinge. In fact you can use concealed hinges such as Soss. If you do not wish to miter the chair rail, then yes - we will need a wide throw type hinge and I doubt a parliament hinge will work as it is not wide enough. I would draw this in Autocad to confirm. Please advise on this question and we will move forward.
Q: I don't want the challenge of installing a Soss hinge. I have looked at their website and believe that is beyond my skill set and patience. I could slightly miter the chair rail - I don't think that would detract. The house is 130 years old and has quite a few less than perfect details. If I were to remove (30°, 45° angle?) of the edge of the rounded, top portion of molding, settle for a 90° swing and use a parliament hinge would that be workable? The storage area will only be accessed occasionally. Thank you so much for your assistance. Beyond the expected level of customer service!
A: I have prepped for Soss countless times and I too once felt it is beyond my skill set - they are easy easy. Having said this, if you are going to miter the chair rail, use the least obtrusive hinge as possible as the vertical axis of pivot wont come into play as an important variable. If you like the "look" of the Parliament hinge use the IDH 80252J Parliament hinge seen here:

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As they have a superior fit and finish and the company logo on the hinge leaf is far less conspicuous (if there is one in the first place).

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