Reynears has further expanded its Hi-Finity sliding door range, allowing architects to benefit from a huge increase in glass surface with maximum transparency and minimal sight lines.
The latest version of the slimline door range allows for fixed panels of glass up to 1200kg, and motorised vents up to 750kg in weight and up to 3.5 metres tall.
The Hi-Finity range of aluminium doors feature a minimised visible frame of just 35mm and are available with double and triple glazing.
The improved Hi-Finity sliding system with triple glazing has achieved the Minergie sustainability label, a quality indicator for high insulation systems which contribute to low energy consumption buildings.
A new range of corner solutions is now available to combine two Hi-Finity doors on adjoining walls. Due to the unique design of the multi-wheel carriages, even the heaviest of doors will open and close with ease.
All Hi-Finity doors incorporate a concealed electronic locking systems which, if automated, can be operated via a wall-mounted button, remote control or through any home automation system.
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