sash bar

sash bar

[′sash ‚bär]
(building construction)
One of the strips of wood or metal that separate the panes of glass in a window. Also known as glazing bar; muntin; window bar.

sash bar

A secondary framing member to hold panes within a window, a window wall, or a glazed door; same as muntin.
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John invented a wrought-iron sash bar which could be bent in any direction but still retain its strength.
complete of standard rolled steel sections, joints mitred and flash butt welded and sash bars tenoned and riveted, including providing and fixing of hinges, pivots, including priming coat of approved steel primer, but excluding the cost of other fittings, complete all as per approved design, (sectional weight of only steel members shall be measured for payment).