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This state-of-the-art structurally glazed door offers the possibility of floor to ceiling glass, a 35mm interlock between door panels, a contemporary and ergonomically designed soft-touch slim-line handle and a concealed electronic locking system. A fully automated version is also available – at the push of a button, a concealed motor will open and close the door smoothly and with no fuss.


For the discerning householder or architect who wants the very latest in contemporary design and ultimate performance, the Hi-Finity door sets a new benchmark of excellence.


The Hi-Finity has endless configurations and different design aspects. Below is a summary of some of the performance levels which can be achieved.

 Whole door U-values as low as 1.3W/m2K

 Air tightness class 3 (600Pa)

 Water tightness available up to class 7A (300Pa)

 Wind load resistance class 4 (1600Pa)

 Wind load resistance to frontal deflection class B (<1/200)

• Burglar resistance class RC 2


The ingenious use of structural glazing technology allows Hi-Finity doors to really push the boundaries in terms of size. With a maximum height of 3.5m and individual door leafs weighing up to half a ton, these sliding doors are our biggest ever, allowing you to create a wall of glass to let those panoramic views flood into your home.


There are two track options available, the Duo rail and a 3-rail system.


The Duo rail enables configurations where up to half of the width can be opened up at any one time.


The 3-rail system enables up to two thirds of the door width to be opened up at once.


Aluminium is naturally very resistant to corrosion due to an oxide layer. Adding an extra layer of protection, whether it's paint (in the form of a polyester powder coating), an anodised finish or a coatex finish the frames are not susceptible to UV-radiation and will never start to rust or rot making the products extremely low maintenance and durable.



Frames are finished with paint by a Polyester Powder Coating (PPC) process in which the profiles are sprayed with a fine powder and then are baked in an oven where the powder melts together to form one seamless, protective layer. Guaranteeing maximum quality, this procedure of the Reynaers products is performed according to the strict guidelines of of the European Qualicoat-standard.



The anodising process gives the aluminium profiles a controlled oxide layer and in turn gives them a higher level of protection in combination with a natural look. This process is carried out by the profiles being dipped in a chemical bath to oxidise the profiles. The profiles are removed and then coloured in a bath of metal oxide. Finally the profiles are then subjected to a steam bath which seals of the protective layer. This process is monitored by the strict guidelines of the European Qualanod-standard.



A Coatex finish is a lightly textured, ruberised coating which is more scratch resistant than normal Polyester Powder Coated finishes.