Reynaers Middle-East unveils MasterLine 8 at WDF
Reynaers Middle East launched the latest generation of its windows series MasterLine 8 at the Windows, Doors and Facades conference held at the Dubai World Trade Center from 18th to 20th September 2016.
“The event and timings was just right for the launch of our latest windows series MasterLine 8”, commented Ali Khalaf, Managing Director, Reynaers Middle East while explaining about the first niche event held in the Middle East encompassing Windows, Doors and Facades.
The launch edition of Windows, Doors and Facades was the first event of its kind where specialist companies came together from this niche segment of the building and construction industry. Commenting on the success of this takeoff event, Ali Khalaf added, ‘We have met people related to (Windows, Doors and Facades), here, in one place. We know the importance of being involved. This event will have a very big impact on the building industry.”
“Even though in this fair we had all our competitors by our side, I believe it’s a healthy competition as the consumers always welcome a large varieties of products and services at his display in one venue”, added Khalaf.
A total of 111 brands had exhibited their products from 18 countries across 4 pavilions. Approximately 5000 plus visitors attended the show. The Reynaers stand was visited by 300 plus visitors which mainly included Aluminium fabricators, followed by consultant and architects and general contractors.
The MasterLine 8 was displayed at the stand both as a full element and as a corner section sample. It gained most attraction as visitors were interested in the actual functioning and look of an oversized window which was large enough to be presented as a door. The MasterLine 8 concept offers three design variants, each with its own distinct look and feel. It has opening options for vents of different sizes, such as single and double balcony doors with minimal thresholds for both inward and outward opening.
The system can be easily integrated with other Reynaers systems, such as CP 130 and CP 155 sliding systems, the new glass balustrade, the Mosquito system, and the CW 50 curtain-wall system.
The other systems which attracted most attention included the sliding systems Concept Folding CF 77 and the Hi-Finity luxury series.
Hi-Finity is Reynaers latest innovation of an ultra slim design which creates large transparent surfaces, with a light, sleek and elegant appearance. Despite the minimal visual sidelines, the systems high strength allows Hi-Finity to carry the weight of a large glass pane upto 500 kilograms. This is in combination with the high performance and the minimalistic look making this product the best solution for low-energy contemporary architecture. This system is burglary resistant, class RC2, offering a safe and secure solution
The event was attended by Andreas Wilsdorf, Reynaers Vice President CSO & Centre of Excellence DMM, Reynaers Aluminium, Duffel (left)
Several members of the Reynaers team from Technical, Marketing, Sales and Logisticis were present at the stand to attend to the queries of customers.
The CF 77 offers people the opportunity to optimize the utilization of their rooms, drawing the external environment into their homes. Next to improved space utilization, this innovative system offers the advantage of loads of day light coming in, as well as aesthetical design.
The standalone solution comprises new profiles, accessories and insulation technologies that have specifically been designed for folding systems. It ensures high insulation values (Uf values up to 2.22 W/sq m K and Uw up to 1.68 W/sq m K with an Ug of 1.1 W/sq m K for a three-panels configuration measuring 2,700 by 2,300 mm) that meet stringent legislation requirements as well as market demands well into the future.
Reynaers was the only company to display a multilevel Façade, CW 50-ML variant to demonstrate the sophisticated multi-level drainage performance of the system. The unique shaped curtain-wall, which was 6.8-m wide and 4.8-m high interested visitors for its grandeur and irregular form