wind guard

wind guard

[′win‚gärd]
(civil engineering)
A building component that protects the building or some part of it against the wind, for example, a chimney cap.

wind guard

1. Any construction which provides protection against the wind, as a chimney cap, 2.
2. Same as draft fillet.
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Solar tracker comprises of numerous components and parts including sun tracking algorithm, control unit, positioning system, drive mechanism system, sensing devices, wind guard, tubes, and rods.
The goggles have a replaceable, rechargeable battery, replaceable face sponge, microphone with wind guard, full field of vision camera (135 degrees).
The stowaway had climbed inside the lorry's wind guard just outside Calais believing he could sneak into Britain as the truck was facing that direction at the time.
It's also a great facial wind guard on very cold days.
The camera has Wind Guard Audio recording for crisp sound while in motion.
This company makes saddlebags, custom leather seats, wind guards, rain guards, storage cases and other motorcycle related accessories.
27,000 for commercial alterations: install eight rainshields over existing wind guards.
I then donned an insulated hood, inflated the bottom and wind guards of my single-man raft, started to remove some of the water from the raft, and prepared my signaling devices.
27,000 to install eight rain shields over existing wind guards.