Contemporary architecture is often synonymous with openness and transparency. Large glass panes and slender aluminium profiles ensure optimal light incidence and provide the residents with a unique view of the outside world.
With its optic qualities and high static values aluminium is especially suitable for the realisation of large glass constructions. In addition aluminium lets in 15% more light.
In terms of façade construction, today’s transparent glass façades have developed from metal façades with glass inserts to self-regulating interfaces between indoors and outdoors. Transparency is not only synonymous with spectacular, but also with energy-efficient architecture.
CP 155 sliding doors provide optimal transparency
Reynaers’ CP 155 sliding doors represent an optional innovation tailored to the customer. The doors with a maximum casement weight of 400 kg, meet the user’s highest expectations in terms of density, insulation and ease of use. CP 155 sliding doors provide an answer to a trend in modern architecture to opt for large and especially tall glass panes. This system allows for the easy production of 3-m tall doors. The casement window is guided by high-quality stainless steel runners. Thanks to their sophisticated design these sliding doors meet the highest consumer expectations in terms of density, insulation and ease of use.