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Reynaers folding door system

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Folding door system maximises flexibility

Reynaers has launched a new folding door system, CF 77, designed to meet increased demands for high-quality folding doors that offer improved space utilisation. It has a 77mm built-in profile depth and can be integrated with most Reynaers door, window and curtain wall systems. A slimline variant, the CF 77-SL, is also available, with a different vent profile and a narrower visible width.

The standalone system offers new profiles, accessories and insulation technologies, specifically designed for folding doors. An optional door-locking principle allows people to use the first leaf as an entrance door or as a window, without compromising the system’s folding capability. The CF 77’s versatility allows fabricators to install it to open inwards or outwards, with the same profiles and accessories.

It is suitable for large transparent constructions with a maximum height of 3m and a vent width of up to 1,200mm, allowing vent weights of up to 120kg. There are three different door sill types: Flat Bottom allows easy passage and maximum convenience for high traffic, Low Threshold has a rise of 18mm and High Performance provides maximum air, wind and water resistance.

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  • Ewan Cameron

    I have speified this product for an extension project in Paisley and look forward to seeing it installed. Has anybody else used this product before?

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