double glazing

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A system of insulated windows (and doors) having two parallel layers of glass separated by an air space
Windows having two layers of glass with a space between them, designed to reduce heat loss and exclude noise
If someone has double glazing in their house, their windows are fitted with two layers of glass. People put in double glazing in order to keep buildings warmer or to keep out noise. glass on a window or door in two separate sheets with a space between them, used to keep noise out and heat in
Two panes of glass in a door or window, with an air space between the panes They may be sealed hermetically as a single unit or each may be installed separately in the door or window sash
A form of glazing for windows or doors consisting of two panes of glass enclosing an air space between them and used for thermal insulation or sound insulation, or both
Glazing comprising two panes of glass for acoustic or thermal insulation
In general, two thicknesses of glass separated by an air space within an opening to improve insulation against heat transfer and/or sound transmission In factory-made double glazing units, the air between the glass sheets is thoroughly dried and the space is sealed airtight, eliminating possible condensation and providing superior insulating properties
In general, any use of two thicknesses of glass, separated by an air space, within an opening, to improve insulation against heat transfer and/or sound transmission In factory-made double glazing units the air between the glass sheets is thoroughly dried and the space is sealed airtight, eliminating possible condensation and providing superior insulating properties
A window with two panes of glass bonded together at the edges with an air space in between, providing insulation against heat and cold
(Med ) result of reading Hong Kong's Basic Law
Use of two panes of glass in a window to increase energy efficiency and provide other performance benefits
a window with two panes of glass and a space between them; reduces heat and noise transmission through the window
Alternative spelling of double glazing
A way of insulating windows by trapping air between two layers of glass
In general, any use of two lights of glass, separated by an air space, within an opening, to improve insulation against heat transfer and/or sound transmission In insulating glass units the air between the glass sheets is thoroughly dried and the space is sealed, eliminating possible condensation and providing superior insulating properties
A double-glass pane in a door or window, with an air space to provide better insulation qualities
double glazing

    Silbentrennung

    dou·ble gla·zing

    Türkische aussprache

    dʌbıl gleyzîng

    Aussprache

    /ˈdəbəl ˈglāzəɴɢ/ /ˈdʌbəl ˈɡleɪzɪŋ/

    Etymologie

    () double + glazing

    Wort des Tages

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