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double glazing

noun, Building Trades.
glazing consisting of two thicknesses of glass with a dead air space between them. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Examples from the web for double glazing
  • Even with double glazing, homes with large windows can heat up in hot summer months.
  • double glazing is a good choice for cold winters, since it entails less heat loss and less condensation.
  • The window on the left is a double glazing with low-E and an insulating spacer.
  • Advances in window technology such as double glazing and low-e coatings substantially reduce heat loss and gains.
  • The windows should have double glazing and due to the historic status of this building, they should match existing windows.
  • Fabricate vision panels to receive double glazing where shown.
  • If you don't have it already, consider installing double glazing to minimize heat loss from your house.
  • These windows have inner and outer panels separated by four inches of air, an early effort at double glazing.
British Dictionary definitions for double glazing

double glazing

two panes of glass in a window, fitted to reduce the transmission of heat, sound, etc
the fitting of glass in such a manner
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