Marlboro Manufacturing, Inc.

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Alliance, OH  |  330-935-2445

Founded in 1960 by James F. Cain, Marlboro Manufacturing, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of industrial hinges with both domestic and international sales. Our company got its start producing hardware and hinges for the storm door industry and shifted its focus to serve original equipment manufacturers with industrial hinges in the mid 1970’s. Marlboro continues to manufacture high quality hinges including continuous, butt and slip hinges for a variety of industrial applications. With an extensive stock as well as capabilities to design and manufacture custom hinges to specific requirements, we are committed to meeting any and all of our customers’ unique needs. As a customer driven company, Marlboro holds itself to several promises of service including the pledge to satisfy customers through complete quality performance; to accept customer evaluations as the only indication of success; to do business with integrity by respecting individuals, communities, and the environment; and to empower their staff to develop solutions that will exceed customer expectations. We would love to be put to the test today because, as refreshing as our insight into customer needs may be, it is not these pledges or our mission statement that has made them a leader in the industry. Marlboro’s products speak for themselves, and our hinges are currently relied on by numerous original equipment manufacturers in the United States, Mexico, and Canada. With fifty three years of knowledge and experience, Marlboro Manufacturing has been on the path of continual improvement, which means our hinges are made to meet the most demanding requirements at the tightest tolerances and highest quality available.

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Butt Hinge

Butt Hinge

A hinge is a movable joint or mechanism that joins two items together. The hinge is one of the most popular categories of mechanical bearings. Butt hinges are a particular kind of hinge that have rectangular pieces that...

Concealed Hinge

Concealed Hinge

A concealed hinge, also known as a hidden or European hinge, is a type of hinge that has parts invisible to the onlooker when the door is closed. They are commonly used in cabinet doors to add an aesthetically pleasing and...

Continuous Hinge

Continuous Hinge

A continuous hinge is an extended single unit hinge that spans the full length of a door, cabinet, lid, or enclosure entrance. They are made of lightweight metals and can be cut to fit the size of any opening...

Friction Hinge

Friction Hinge

A friction hinge works by creating a specific tolerance in between the mechanical components. It works based on the principle of torque that can be achieved by applying a desired amount of force. Some other additions to these hinges such as...

Hinges

Hinges

A hinge is a machine element that connects two bodies allowing angular movement about a fixed axis of rotation, all the while preventing translations and rotations on the remaining two axes. A hinge can be considered as a journal bearing with only one degree of freedom where a shaft is rotating in a hole...

Spring Hinges

Spring Hinges

A spring hinge is a self-closing hinge that automatically closes two connected workpieces using the action of a spring that is loaded into the hinge's barrel. They can be found in a wide variety of products such as...

Stainless Steel Hinges

Stainless Steel Hinge

Stainless steel hinges connect two components while allowing them to move in relation to one another. They can have various leafs shaped like rectangles and other forms depending on the type of stainless steel hinge...

Door Latches

Industrial Latches

A door latch is a mechanical fastener that connects two surfaces or objects and provides a secure, safe, and strong connection. The latch portion of the mechanism is mounted on a flat surface such that when it meets a second...

Latches

Different Types of Latches

Latches are mechanical components that allow the temporary joining of moving parts relative to each other. They are actuated to release the coupling and allow the two parts to separate. They are mostly seen on doors and enclosures...

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