Reynaers’ CP 130 sliding door system offers various benefits whilst delivering panoramic, uninterrupted views.
The CP 130 sliding door system features a maximum glass size of 2.7m in height in addition to slimline aluminium frames which can support glass up to 43mm in thickness and 300kg in weight.
It allows panoramic, uninterrupted views and by choosing a special corner solution, it is possible to open up the space without any fixed corner element for a complete removal of barriers between internal and external spaces.
In addition, Reynaers’ life-and-slide solution has a longer handle which, when turned through 180°, lifts the door slightly, reducing the friction and allowing the door to open and close with the lightest of touches.
It is available as a single-, double-, or triple-track system with multiple configurations.
The sliding door system offers a U-value of 1.5 W/m2K with double glazing, and 1.1 W/m2K with triple glazing. Security meets RC2, PAS24 and Secured by Design standards, plus the system has class 4 air-tightness, C3 wind-resistance and up to Class 9a water-resistance.
The CP 130 was recently used on a project on Sir Harrys Road in Edgbaston on a traditional property.
Rebecca Cope, Marketing Manager at Reynaers, comments: “On this project in particular, you can see how the vast panes of glass provide a stark contrast to the sliding-sash windows with Georgian bars. The sliding doors bring something new to the property and allow them to enjoy looking out at their expansive green spaces in a new way. The choice of the slim, dark frames against the red brickwork and existing white frames makes this home really special.”
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