Sunshades


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Sunshades

Devices for blocking unwanted solar gain.
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I again urge the authorities concerned to install dustbins and sunshades as well in twin cities to promote concept of cleaner cities.
In recent years, however, sunshades have nearly caught up.
Some priests used golfing umbrellas as sunshades during the Corpus Christi Mass
The recent Ministerial Decision increasing the fee on installation of sunshades in front of residential buildings has evoked mixed reactions.
The girl living on the fourth floor of an apartment building had accidentally crawled out of the window, falling onto the sunshades below.
Kickstarter early pledgers can pre-order one complete set of QuikSnap sunshades for a discounted price of USD39.00.
"iPads are thrust upon children to entertain them, and dark sunshades hinder a child's view of the world, forcing them onto iPhones and tablets, which isolates them from the happiness of the journey.
ARAB NEWS Riyadh municipality has directed sanitary contractors to provide 6,000 sunshades to cleaning workers.
The Yuma projects consisted of two prefabricated metal buildings (PMBs), a fabric hangar, two fabric sunshades, and corresponding airport taxiway extensions.
Speaking about the advantages offered by CubeShade, Intertec stated: "Most process instrument sunshades on the market are relatively small, and are often targeted at single instruments or small-scale field equipment installations.
Unlike many instrument sunshades on the market which essentially consist of a single top shade that only protects against overhead sun, Intertec's design incorporates structural side walls that also shade low-angle sun, as well as providing partial protection against rain, snow, wind-chill, blown dust or sand and accidental impact.
2 Sunshades. Having additional barriers against sunlight outside the house also helps.