insect screen

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insect screen, window screen

A very light woven-wire used to prevent insects from flying through open windows or doors.
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The shading devices that were attached to the window include commercially available insect screen, pleated drape, venetian blinds and roller blind.
The models formulated for the off-normal solar properties of drape, roller blind and insect screen materials are based on measurements using samples with front/back symmetry.
Description of Insect Screen Samples Item Mesh size, per Wire Diameter, Wire Spacing Colour [in.
Consider a multi-layer system with the following elements: an insect screen on the outdoor side and a double-glazed window and a venetian blind on the indoor side.
He suggested that people should sleep under mosquito netting or in a room with insect screens on the windows.
The spokesperson from the leading blind supplier in Perth stated, "Today, LUXAFLEX[R] Window Styling offers the most comprehensive portfolio of custom-made window covering solutions including indoor blinds, insect screens, and outdoor screens and awnings, to beautifully complement any personal style, interior design, and type of window.
Brio's suite of products includes door hardware systems and accessories for interior sliding and folding doors; Weatherfold exterior folding doors; straight-sliding, top-hung doors; straight-sliding, bottom-roller doors; and retractable insect screens.
The hospital was told to dust flying insect screens and "thoroughly clean all surfaces, fixtures, fittings and equipment".
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A couple of the insect screens in our older building are damaged and we want to fix them.
When the colonies were shipped back to the US and distributed, the commercial bees, which can easily escape from greenhouses if they aren't equipped with insect screens (and few were at the time), were able to infect related wild populations.