Chain link fence gates provide a relatively inexpensive way to protect an area, either on Rear Park, a perimeter of property, a kennel, a sports field or industrial area. A hinged door is a convenient way to provide access through a chain link fence with links to a path in a park or in a kennel, a tennis court or other protected areas. Door usually consists of a steel frame with wire mesh and chain link fence gates on it. A hinge especially with male and female sections separable connects gate with fence. Builders often mounted hinge superior to male section of hinge pointing downwards to prevent release of door hinges. You can ride swinging doors side by side to form a double door and protect a wider area of fence.
Hinged doors often use a long series of similar wheels which are at base of a revolving door to support end of chain link fence gates. Wheels are perpendicular to length of door. When opened, wheels turn in a great arc, holding door in floor. Combined rotary particularly wide and fences sometimes require a higher post in hinge. This allows a cable is connected from top of door to end thereof giving additional support for this gatepost.