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|Description=CSI Division: 08 50 00 Windows
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RevitCity Division: Windows
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Uploaded By: MattEarl
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Uploaded On: Wed, Sep 20, 2006
|Information sources=[http://www.revitcity.com/downloads.php?action=view&object_id=2869 Source]
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Original Creator: Revit 9.1 MattEarl
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Description CSI Division: 08 50 00 Windows

RevitCity Division: Windows Uploaded By: MattEarl Uploaded On: Wed, Sep 20, 2006 Original Creator: Revit 9.1 MattEarl

Investment Cost 400
Life Expectancy 10 years
Image 2869.jpg
Trade:
Information sources http://www.revitcity.com/downloads.php?action=view&object_id=2869
Parameter Value Unit
Dimensions: mm
Thickness: mm
Infiltration Rate: m³/hm²
Sound Insulation: dBA
Thermal Conductivity: W/mK
Specific Heat Capacity: J/kgK
Number of Glazing: 1
U-Value: 4.3 W/m2K
Annual Degradation Rate on U-Value: 98  %
g-Value:  %
Solar Heat Gain Coefficient:  %
Visual Light Transmittance:  %
Material:

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