Reynaers - CS 77
Optimised safety and comfortConcept System® 77 is a high insulating window system that meets elevated requirements regarding thermal insulation, stability and security. Anticipating on the thermal requirements, the insulation value (Uf) for the HI+ variant of this system goes down to 1.7 W/m²K for a standard opening window. The unique concept of the system makes it perfectly suitable for triple glazing and CS 77 even achieved the Swiss Minergie® component label.
The system’s performance regarding acoustics, water- and air tightness, but also for specific applications like Bullet - and Fire Resistance, meets the most severe European standards. Moreover, CS 77 windows are available in different burglar resistance levels (class 2 & 3) making it an extremely secure system.
To match the different building types, the system is available in a variety of aesthetic styles: Functional, Softline and Hidden Vent.
The CS 77 system includes the most complete range of solutions for all types of inward and outward opening windows. Ultimate combination possibilities, also with CS 77 doors, CP 130 sliding systems and Ventalis® ventilation units, makes CS 77 extremely suitable for all types of building concepts, even with the highest safety requirements.
Concept System® 77 includes a high-quality flush door system, which meets the elevated requirements regarding thermal insulation, stability and security.
With regard to security, different door variants are specially designed and tested for burglar resistance, fire resistance, bullet proof and solutions for panic situations, meeting the most severe European standards.
This standard flush door range is available in all inward and outward opening types, realised with a wide range of door locks to meet every kind of locking demand.
Moreover, CS 77 flush doors are offered with different threshold solutions to perfectly match all comfort and aesthetic requirements. To ensure the tightness of the door, specially designed insulation strips are used to avoid possible bending of the element, caused by temperature difference between the in- and outside of the building.