A window in the gable of buildings built in the periods of the Renaissance or Neo-Renaissance. Can be any shape or size.
An insulating pane, where the two sheets of glass are melted together at the edges with no spacer bar. Emerged on the market under the name Gado. Was used during the 1970s and ‘80s.
A glass pane is one sheet of single glazing, or one leaf of an insulating glass unit (IGU).
Originally a square ornamentation balancing on one tip (diamond). The glass in early windows had this shape.
A through-going bar of wood or another material dividing the casement into multiple small sections in which a sheet of glass is inserted. Also called muntin.
A list keeping the pane at its place in the glazing rebate. The window material usually determines the glazing bead material.
Milled grooves in the window sash and muntins, where the pane is fixed.
Thin strips of synthetic rubber or soft plastic material to be placed between the glazing bead/glazing rebate and the pane.
A window from the architectural period, the Gothics, about 1150-1500. A distinctive window from this period is with a pointed arch. Often found in churches.
"G-value" is a shading coefficient used to measure the solar energy transmittance through a glass pane. Together with the u-value it gives a value of the thermal properties of an IGU.