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dB
The decibel (dB) is used to determine a sound level and is a measure of the sound pressure or volume (abbreviation dB). The sound pressure is measured by a measuring device and displayed on a scale as sound level and is measured for instance where machinery induced noise impacts on the people.

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Decor foils The surface of PVC windows is covered with decorative foils. These are now available in various color combinations and structures, such as wood imitation.

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Dew-point temperature The temperature of the air that has a humidity of 100% is called the dew-point temperature. Condensation occurs, when humidity maintains while at the same time the air temperature lowers. It is possible that dew-point temperatures occur at different positions: Dew-point temperature in the gap between the panes of insulating glass. The dew-point temperature of a new insulating glass should be greater or equal to 60° C in the gap between the panes. The temperature is defined according to DIN 52 345 and secures the durability of the insulating glass and is also a sign of quality. The dew-point temperature of the inside of the glass surface causes condensation whenever warm air suddenly contacts the cold surface, or when relatively cold air comes in conjunction with moisture (e.g. bathrooms). Thermal protection glass can clearly reduce the tendency to condensate, since the improved k-value increases the temperature inside of the glass surface.
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DIN Meaning:
 German Institute for Standardization, based in Berlin.
 The registered association brings together manufacturers, consumers, trade, commerce, service providers, researchers, technical surveillance organizations and official agencies to the table to determine the state of the art and record in standards. There is a wide range of DIN standards for windows available.

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DIN 10077 Standard for windows Thermal performance of windows, doors and shutters - Calculation of thermal permeability coefficient
Part 1: Numerical methods, draft version

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DIN 1055-4 Design loads for buildings Issue 1986-08:

Loads for buildings, traffic loads, wind loads for buildings that are not vibration-prone buildings

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DIN 18055 Standard for windows Standard for windows, joints permeability, driving rain water tightness and mechanical stress; requirements and testing

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DIN 18201 Standard for tolerances in the construction industry Standard for tolerances for the construction trade - Definitions, principles, application, testing

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DIN 18202 Standard for tolerances in building construction Thermal bridges in building construction - Heat flows and surface temperatures:

General method of calculation;

Computational proof with the help of the temperature factor fRsi

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DIN 1946-6 Ventilation of apartments Ventilation and air conditioning technology - Part 6: Ventilation of apartments; requirements, execution, acceptance (VDI Ventilation rules)

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DIN 4108 (supplement 2) Thermal bridges Issue 1998-08:

Thermal protection and energy conservation in buildings - Thermal bridges - Design and execution examples

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DIN 4108 Thermal Protection Thermal protection and energy conservation in buildings - Thermal bridges - Design and execution examples DIN 4108-2/A1 2001-03 Thermal insulation and energy conservation in buildings

Part 2: Minimum requirements for the DIN 4108-3 2001-07 Thermal insulation and energy conservation in buildings

Part 3: Climate-induced moisture protection; requirements, calculation procedures and details on the planning and execution

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DIN 4108-2 Thermal protection and energy conservation in buildings Issue 2001-03:

Thermal protection and energy conservation in buildings
Part 2: Minimum requirements for thermal protection

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DIN 4108-3 Calculation method Issue 2001-07:
Thermal protection and energy conservation in buildings
Part 3: Climate-induced protection against moisture; requirements, calculation methods and details on planning and execution

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DIN 4108-7 Air tightness of buildings Issue 2001-08:

Thermal protection and energy conservation in buildings
Part 7: Air tightness of buildings, requirements, recommendations and examples for planning and execution

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DIN 4109 Standard for sound insulation Standard for sound insulation in buildings, requirements and verifications

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DIN 673 U-value for windows Glass in building

Determination of thermal permeability coefficient
(U-value) - Calculation method (includes Amendment A1: 2000);

German version EN 673:1997 + A1: 2000

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DIN EN 1026 Windows and doors Issue 2000-09:

Windows and doors - Air permeability - Test method;
German version EN 1026: 2000

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DIN EN 1027 Windows and doors driving rain water tightness Issue 1999-05:

Windows and doors - driving rain water tightness - Test German version EN 1027:1999

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DIN EN 12207 Air permeability Issue 2000-06:

Windows and doors - Air permeability - Classification, German version EN 12207: 1999

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DIN EN 12208 Classification of windows and doors Issue 2000-06:

Windows and doors – driving rain water tightness – classification; German version EN 12208: 1999

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DIN EN 13141-1 Performance test of components Issue 1998-05:

Performance testing of components/products for the ventilation of apartments

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DIN EN 13829 Thermal performance of buildings Issue 2001-02:

Thermal performance of buildings - Determination of air permeability of buildings -differential pressure method (ISO 9972: 1996, modified), German version EN 13829: 2000

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DIN EN 20140 Measurement of sound insulation Issue 1993-05:

Acoustics; Measurement of sound insulation in buildings and of building elements

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DIN EN ISO 6946 Thermal resistance Building elements - Thermal resistance and thermal permeability coefficient

- Calculation method (ISO 6946:1996), German version EN ISO 6946:1996

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Double window Double windows are two separate windows and are usually installed where a simple window doesn't meet the demands and requirements for the insulation or soundproofing. The double window box is designed so that two separate frames in conjunction with the glass surfaces together form a box.

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