Reynaers Hi-Finity sliding system with a new motor for ultimate comfort

Friday, March 11, 2016 — With the latest extension to its Hi-Finity sliding door range, Reynaers introduces new motorised solutions that allow very large wall to wall and floor to ceiling glass surfaces to combine architectural design and comfort with optimal energy efficiency.

Triple glazing is steadily advancing, as is the need for larger panes, resulting in heavy glass panels in sliding elements. To address this, Reynaers launches a new, stronger motor to drive the full glass Hi-Finity sliding system conveniently and safely, offering panoramic views with ultimate comfort.

Although the sidelines of the slim profiles are barely visible, the intrinsic qualities and the high technology of the aluminium joinery ensure that the system is exceptionally strong, durable and easy to maintain. It can carry the weight of large fixed glass panes of up to 1200 kilograms and motorized vents up to 750 kg, with a maximum element height of 3.5 meters.

A new fully concealed motor ensures that the Hi-Finity sliding door opens and closes automatically, by the use of a switch or by connecting the motor to your home automation system. This high performance motor guarantees optimum convenience in a safe and reliable solution.

With this extension, the Hi-Finity sliding doors offer the ultimate solution for low-energy contemporary architecture!

 

The Hi-Finity sliding door is an ideal solution for zero-energy building and passive construction. In order to meet the most stringent insulation requirements Hi-Finity sliding doors are available in both double and triple glazing.

Furthermore, the Hi-Finity triple glazing sliding system received the Minergie component label. The reputable Swiss MINERGIE® product label recognizes Reynaers for its efforts in the field of sustainability. For the architect, owner, fabricator and builder the use of certified and tested MINERGIE labelled products offers more comfort and eases the road towards this sustainability objective. They can rely on the quality of these certified products and save substantial time and costs by eliminating the calculations that are required to obtain building certifications. Adopting such low-energy concepts results in future-proof solutions towards a cleaner, greener planet.

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Hi-Finity<br/>Las Palmeras (Spain)
Hi-Finity<br/>Private House Hombourg (Belgium)<br/>Architect: Crahay & Jamaigne Architectes<br/>Photo: Samuel Defourny
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