Infinium: Truly Slimline Glazing | AluFoldDirect
With a fully concealed frame, 21mm interlock sightline and a fully motorised sliding door option, Infinium is the slimline glazing system of choice for homeowners and architects wanting wall-to-wall glass for their modernist, architectural dream house design.
Stunning Slimline Glazing Design
Infinium has been engineered to be the perfect system for framing a view from a room. The tall, wide-span panes create a frameless glass wall that’s the perfect design choice for homes that need a seamless connection from the inside living space to the outdoors.
With the slimmest of interlock sightlines — just 21mm wide — Infinium creates a wall of glass with minimum interruption. The frame and sash of Infinium are concealed within the wall whilst the flush threshold and fully concealed hardware finish the look.
Infinium – Engineered with Precision
Infinium slimline sliding doors are available with a double track in configurations with up to four door sashes. Each door sash can be up to 3000mm wide and 3500mm high for the widest glazed area.
To bring natural light and the outdoors inside, but keep the elements out, Infinium offers U-Values as low as 1.0 W/m2K with the assistance of double thermal breaks and double or triple glazed units.
These large, heavy panes of glass sit on bespoke-designed aluminium rollers to give the sliding slimline glazing effortless glide. There is also the option to have automated sliding doors, with a custom-built motorised lock and sliding system, which means the doors can be opened and closed at the touch of a button.
Whether you’re an architect planning a modern new-build with lots of glazed areas or working on a home transformation to bring more light into an existing building, Infinium is a stunning choice for your glazing.
The flush threshold and concealed frame gives the illusion of glass coming straight of the wall, with no frame at all – the stunning combination of expert engineering and beautiful design creates slimline glazing that takes framing a view to new heights.