Muntin


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muntin

[′mənt·ən]
(building construction)

Muntin

A secondary framing member to hold panes in a window, window wall, or glazed door; an intermediate vertical member that divides panels of a door. Each pane of glass or each insulated glazing unit separated by a muntin is a light.

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1. A secondary framing member to hold panes within a window, window wall, or
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On special orders, Bos said, the company uses open spray guns to paint the muntin bars prior to assembly.
Included in 3D Home Architect Deluxe is the ability to create cabinet soffits, window muntin bars, shutters and gables over doors and windows.
GED manufactures fully integrated systems including the Intercept IG spacer frame production equipment, as well as glass cutting and washing, muntin manufacturing, screen, IG assembly equipment, and software for insulating glass windows and doors.
Also new in 3D Home Architect Edition 2 is the capability to create cabinet soffits, window muntin bars, shutters and gables over doors and windows, to name a few.
Engineered Products' HOMESHIELD operations, located in Chatsworth, Illinois, is a vertically integrated window components producer manufacturing window frames, spacers, screens and muntin.
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Yet they make a pleasing historic statement too: the muntins now divide each window into four, rather than six panes, following a 1652 elevation drawing of the facade by Dutch architect Pieter Post (1608-69).
The two wooden muntins (one vertical and the other horizontal) holding the glass panes of the window in place also happen to resemble the shape of a cross, foreshadowing the notion that in some fashion Giovanna will play the role of a martyr, while also serving as a visual reminder of the link between Christianity and a patriarchal value system.
Bannisters, mullions, muntins, french doors, glass knobs, telephone niches, carved mantles, fireplace grates, chandeliers, porthole windows and working shutters, all original to the house.
Particularly in northwest Arkansas, I see this common mistake of builders and renovators: installing replacement windows that don't have pane dividers called muntins.
Fenestration is an architectural term that refers to arrangement, proportion, and design of window, skylight, and door systems within a building (ASHRAE 2001), and a fenestration system is composed of frames, dividers, muntins, and glazing areas.
It features a vaulted plaster ceiling underneath a dome and drum, Siena marble pilasters and wainscoting, stained glass windows and bronze window muntins.