Aesthetic functionality

Raynaers CP130 sliding patio door

The CP 130 aluminium sliding door is a highly insulated slide and lift-slide system.

This sliding door meets the highest requirements with regard to insulation, stability and safety.

The system perfectly links up to the CS 77 series.

CP 130 is available with various opening possibilities.

Great For Accessibility

The low threshold option offers a solution to improve accessibility.



Perfect For Corners

Raynaers CP130 corner sliding patio door

A special corner solution makes it possible to open up spaces without any fixed corner element, creating a perfect and clear continuity between the indoor and outdoor spaces.

The CP 130 sliding door is ideal for rooms with a view.

This robust system allows the construction of large and stable sliding windows and doors with a vent weight up to 300 kg.

It also offers an aesthetical slimline middle section.

Additionally, the CP 130 sliding door complys with burglar resistance class 2, offering a safe and secure solution.


A sliding door opens up a multitude of possibilities.

Through a sliding door, the garden is incorporated into the interior of the house, fading the interior-exterior border. This creates an extra feeling of space and generates more natural light within the home.


All types of CP 130 sliding door use durable wheels and stainless steel rails, for optimal opening comfort.

In case of a Lift & Slide system, the sliding door will be lifted up before sliding across this rail.

In the closed position, the lift & slide door is put down and anchored, which is an extra plus for insulation and theft prevention..

Both systems are completely wind, waterproof and hermetically (airtight) sealed.


A monorail combines a moving part with a fixed glazed element, anchored directly into the outer frame profile, creating a minimalistic look.

Inside or Outside fixed pane option

As a standard, this solid part is at the inside of the sliding door.

Yet for specific situations, a solution is offered in CP 130 to install the fixed part at the outside of the sliding door. This can be very convenient when large fixed glass panes need to be installed at elevated height or when building construction does not allow inside glazing.