Hi-Finity sliding doors

An infinite view with ultimate performances

The Hi-Finity patio door is the epitome of modern design, combining the ultimate in contemporary aesthetics with outstanding performance. This state-of-the-art structurally glazed door offers the possibility of floor-to-ceiling and wall-to-wall glass, an ergonomically designed handle and a concealed locking system. 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.



Beautiful as it is, the Hi-Finity door is designed to be looked through, not to be looked at. The outer frame can be built into the structure of the building, making the dream of floor-to-ceiling and wall-to-wall glass a reality. The interlock between door panels is incredibly narrow, measuring only 35mm wide, and the frame and spacer bars between the panes of glass are both black, helping the door to frame your view in a most unobtrusive way.

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By combining these huge door panels in a range of double track and triple track designs, Reynaers can offer a truly panoramic expanse of glass to make the most of any view. It is even possible to combine two Hi-Finity doors on adjoining walls using one of a range of innovative corner solutions.

Hi-Finity design handle

The handle for the Hi-Finity sliding door is nothing less than a beautifully crafted masterpiece. Its slim design perfectly complements the contemporary styling of the door, and the soft touch materials and ergonomic design will bring a smile to your face every time you use it.


With a towering maximum door height of three and a half metres and a maximum door panel weight of as much as 300kg, the Hi-Finity door stretches the boundaries of what is possible in terms of size.

Hi-Finity roller carriage


The specially designed wheelbase ensures the fluid movement of the glass panes. Even panes for large openings can effortlessly be operated by hand. The operation of the sliding panes happens either manually, automatically or remoted controlled.