heat-insulating glass

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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The windscreen boasts acoustic glazing and the side and rear windows have heat-insulating glass. This model featured a number of optional extras that saw the starting infotainment and navigation controls are and the lower screen is dedicated to climate control.
The boards also feature natural lighting from the heat-insulating glass honor with marble floors and electrical wiring in the wall while the other bedrooms are characterised by their remarkable breadth with wall cabinets.
There's a choice of 18 or 19-in alloys and it comes with electrically adjustable heated door mirrors, aluminium roof rails and window trim plus side and rear windows in heat-insulating glass.
The list of standard equipment on the new M-Class is huge, and includes skid control, heated seats, heated mirrors, rain sensors, automatic wipers, daytime running lights, tyre pressure warning system, cruise control, heat-insulating glass and a Harman Kardon Logic surround sound system with 12-channel amplifier pumping out a total of 830 Watts.
Other on-board goodies include radio/cassette player, heat-insulating glass, electric windows all round and heated door windows.