window guard

window guard

1. A window bar, 2.
2. A metal protective grille, often of elaborate, decorative character.
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Expression of interest for P/F IRC febric mesh for window guard and covered to iron profile sheets connecting to SPS wing I and II near water storage tank
Keep your treasured pet safe, and your car well-ventilated with the fold-away pet window guard UNIVERSAL Pet Window Guard is ideal for all cars and small vans.
Its standard safety features include anti-skid upper deck surfaces, handrails, three-point cabin and machine access, push-out safety glass, steering frame lock, rear window guard, body retaining pins, automatic retarder control, exhaust heat shielding and firewall and hitch hydraulic hose burst protection sleeves.
Department of Health primarily issues violations for pest control, window guard and lead violations.
Make sure the rear window guard is down during the winching operations.
The window is scratch-resistant polycarbonate and includes the Window Guard Paint Shield, which is easily replaced.
New York City has a law requiring landlords to install window guards in apartments that house children, and 15 inspectors in the health department's Window Guard Unit ostensibly enforce it.
Bhan and his wife, Heidi, own Island Fence & Window Guard near Junction City.
The stone actually came through a metal window guard, so it looks like it has been fired by something like a slingshot.
The window is protected by the Window Guard paint shield, which can be changed in minutes, following an attack with paint.
Be sure that each window guard has a quick release mechanism in case an emergency exit is necessary.
Window guards must meet certain requirements for spacing and strength and should be used in conjunction with window stops, which prevent the window from opening more than 4 inches above the top bar of the window guard.