Sash window

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Sash window

1. A window formed with glazed frames that slide up and down in vertical grooves using counterbalanced weights.
2. A window formed with glazed frames that slide up and down in vertical grooves by means of counterbalanced weights. See also: French window

sash window

Any window having a sliding (vertically or horizontally) or hung sash, but usually a double-hung window.
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PERFORMANCE DATA Thermal Information Size Clear Low E Low E Argon U Value 48 x 72 0.48 0.35 0.31 Structural Information Size Loads Water Air@25MPH AAMA 101-97 44 x 60 67.5 PSF 9.00 PSF 0.17 CFM/FT Visible Light Solar Heat Trans- Energy Rating Factors U Value Gain mittance *R *NR *R *NR *R *NR Clear 0.48 0.48 0.54 0.54 0.55 0.58 Low E 0.36 0.35 0.34 0.35 0.48 0.51 Low E/Argon 0.33 0.31 0.34 0.35 0.48 0.51 SERIES 1700 / 1750 DOUBLE HUNG WINDOW
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The New York Hospital, a complex of six buildings located between 68th and 70th streets on York Avenue and the East River in Manhattan, had acquired an incongruous mixture of double hung and casement windows, combined with bland spandrel panels over recent decades.
To bring the building up to modern-day standards, several factors have to be considered: *Almost without exception, the windows are single glazed, double hung, fit poorly, and have a high degree of infiltration