Sliding System
REYNAERS - Hi-Finity

Contemporary architecture attempts to create perfect harmony between living spaces and environment. Indoor and outdoor areas become one, visual boundaries disappear. The Hi-Finity sliding door is specifically designed to create a visual extension to the outdoors, a sense of space and allow maximum use of natural light. Technical innovations have allowed Hi-Finity to combine minimalist design with maximum performance. This way the user can enjoy a maximum view with a high level of comfort.


Enjoy an infinite view with ultimate performances! The ultra-slim design of the Hi-Finity sliding system creates large transparent surfaces, with a light, sleek and elegant appearance.

This fully transparent and accessible sliding window seamlessly extends the house’s interior to the outside. Despite the minimal visual sidelines, the systems high strength allows Hi-Finity to carry the weight of a large sliding glass pane up to 750 kilograms. Fixed panels up to 1200 kg.

This in combination with the high energy performance and the minimalistic look makes this product the best solution for low-energy contemporary architecture.

For a higher level of comfort a concealed motor allows you to open the vents with the push of a button, or by connecting the motor to your home automation system. This high performance motor guarantees optimum convenience during use and is a safe and reliable solution.

Technical characteristics

  • Height Build-in frame 68 mm / 100 mm
  • Visible width / height Vent 8 mm / 10 mm
  • Meeting section 35 mm
  • Meeting section 4 doors 67 mm / 69 mm
  • Overall system depth Frame Duo Rail : 147 mm
  • 3-Rail : 234 mm
  • Duo Rail : 179 mm
  • 3-Rail : 282 mm
  • Vent 44 mm 60 mm
  • Maximal element height 3500 mm
  • Maximal weight Manual vent 300 kg
  • Motorized vent 750 kg
  • Fixed glass pane 1200 kg
  • Glass thickness 36-38 mm 52-54 mm
  • Glazing method Structural glazing
  • Thermal insulation 41 and 50 mm fibreglass reinforced polyamide strips
The minimum visibility of the profile at the wings joint


Hi-Finity is designed with an infinite view in mind. Thanks to innovative design, Hi-Finity is characterized by minimal visible sight lines. The seamless integration of the elements creates floor-to-ceiling glass surfaces, whilst at the same time fading the borders between the interior and exterior, creating the ultimate minimalistic appearance.

A dedicated and 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, with a capacity up to 750 kg, guarantees optimum convenience during use and is a safe and reliable solution.


This extremely thin sliding door system can undoubtedly be called a miracle of technology. It owes its high stability and longevity to the combination of glass with specially developed profiles, using the latest adhesive technology.

Stability, exceptional durability and durability of the fittings make the system a solution that meets all the requirements of modern, sustainable architecture.

The advanced technology used in the Hi-Finity system is also demonstrated by the applied blocking and control solutions.

With the intelligent, compact electric lock you can check in which position the locking mechanism is currently located.

The ideal combination of drive and locking underlines the minimalist design of the Hi-Finity system.


This table shows classes and values of performances, which can be achieved for specific configurations and opening types. (1) The Uf-value measures the heat flow. The lower the Uf-value, the better the thermal insulation of the frame. (2) The air tightness test measures the volume of air that would pass through a closed window at a certain air pressure. (3) The water tightness testing involves applying a uniform water spray at increasing air pressure until water penetrates the window. (4) The wind load resistance is a measure of the profile’s structural strength and is tested by applying increasing levels of air pressure to simulate the wind force. (5) The burglar resistance is tested by static and dynamic loads, as well as by simulated attempts to break in using specified tools.


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