thermal window

insulating glass

Two sheets of glass that are assembled and sealed around their edges as a single unit; the space between the glass sheets is dehydrated or filled with a gas. Such a unit is effective in reducing the transfer of heat through it.
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I'm in the process of making thermal blankets for the many ceiling-to-floor windows in my house--again, using your instructions ("Homemade Thermal Window Shades," November/December 1983).
US Patent 8,904,887 (December 9, 2014), "Radio Frequency Transparent Thermal Window," Michael A.
Animals have a thermal window, or high and low temperatures between which they are at their best for aerobic activities.
Brian Toleno, global director of technical services, the blends were devised specifically to provide increased activity over a larger thermal window.
A low rise thermal window walling system, STW 200 is suited for a variety of new build and refurbishment sectors including commercial, education, leisure, retail and residential.
The oven includes a solid stainless steel door with a double-pane thermal window.
Data from the field show that nitrogen will compensate the smaller thermal window of flux materials to a certain extent, but not entirely.
Caption: SOLAR THERMAL WINDOWS powered by nanoantennas heat up when the light hits them, helping avoid the "heat sink" effect of cold windows.
2012) developed an outdoor calorimeter to determine the electrical and thermal output of STPV thermal windows.