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Our high-quality double hung windows offer two vertically sliding openable sashes that conveniently move inside of the frame. The tilt on the two sashes of this style window, along with the durable vinyl frames, make cleaning and maintenance quick and easy. Optional grids built inside the glass panes add beautiful detail to the exterior of any home, while our state-of-the-art thermally fused vinyl frames prevent air, water and noise infiltration. Plus, our double hung windows feature a limited lifetime warranty and optional energy efficient glass.

Window Glass Design 5 Serial Number

Browse through our comprehensive collection of product videos designed to showcase our high-quality new construction and replacement windows as well as our sliding patio doors. Discover all of our features, options and possibilities to create the look you want for your home.

Andersen is committed to helping you find parts quickly and easily for your Andersen and/or EMCO storm doors. Visit our online parts store and use your serial number to find many of the most-common replacement parts for your storm door.

From our beginning in 1932, our primary focus has been to manufacture energy saving window and door products. Throughout our history we have established ourselves as an innovator in the design and manufacturing capability of insulated windows and doors.

Stringent product testing and innovative design has allowed our products to evolve as market and consumer needs change. In the winter of 1989-90 we started to conceptualize and design our Rhino Commercial Aluminum window and door series. Today we have several commercial window styles and doors in the Rhino line. This window and door series consists of a commercial horizontal slider, casement, single hung, double hung, hopper, awning, fixed and patio door. Each Rhino window reflects the design and manufacturing expertise we've implemented over the years. We also publish our AAMA test results to back up our claims of product performance and quality.

The 90's continued to bring change in the window and door industry. To keep abreast of the new performance demands and innovation that have become a part of all of our lives, we started to plan and create yet another new product line in 1993, Comfort Series Vinyl Windows and Patio Doors. Comfort Series Vinyl products were designed to meet the demands of the 21st century for the new construction and replacement markets. The foundation for all of our products and our success as a company is based on high quality maintenance free products, fair pricing, and service after the sale. We want to offer our customers products of value, the best value for their money.

Our window and door products are sold throughout North America by professional building material distributors and dealers. We have taken the initiative to continue company growth with innovative new designs and quality new products. This philosophy and commitment is the legacy of Gerkin Windows & Doors.

In the 1900 date system, the first day that is supported is January 1, 1900. When you enter a date, the date is converted into a serial number that represents the number of elapsed days starting with 1 for January 1, 1900. For example, if you enter July 5, 1998, Excel converts the date to the serial number 35981.

In the 1904 date system, the first day that is supported is January 1, 1904. When you enter a date, the date is converted into a serial number that represents the number of elapsed days since January 1, 1904, starting with 0 for January 1, 1904. For example, if you enter July 5, 1998, Excel converts the date to the serial number 34519.

Because the two date systems use different starting days, the same date is represented by different serial numbers in each date system. For example, July 5, 1998 can have two different serial numbers, as follows.

The difference between the two date systems is 1,462 days; that is, the serial number of a date in the 1900 Date System is always 1,462 days bigger than the serial number of the same date in the 1904 date system. 1,462 days is equal to four years and one day (including one leap day).

Lippert is a leading supplier of premium, quality windows for the RV industry and a wide variety of mobile and transportation industries. With our extensive inventory of windshields and side windows, we can accommodate all makes and models of RVs, ensuring prompt service and delivery. We also offer RV windshield and window replacement, custom glass backsplashes and decorative accents.

Our Radius Awning Window Series features a large mounting flange for easy installation, strong zinc or steel hardware, sloped sills for improved water drainage, and nylon-reinforced vinyl seals. This classic awning window has been an industry standard for years. With multiple window options, we have a style that can meet any design requirement. Our attractive awning windows give any RV an instant facelift, and weather-enforced vinyl seals help keep the RV's interior dry, no matter the environment. LCI awning windows are available in full, side and picture egress windows.

Our 8600 Series Dual Pane Sliding Window is designed to provide our customers with the very best in temperature control window technology. Its dual pane design keeps the heat outside while maintaining cool temperatures inside. It features large mounting flanges for easy installation, sloped sills for improved drainage and a dual sweep system. The 8600 Series offers various picture, vent and fixed pane options that work well with any design. Our more than 50 years of RV window engineering experience ensures quality, efficiency and easy operation.

Our 8700 Series Window is the epitome of quality and functionality. Each egress window surpasses strict FMVSS 217 standards. The heavy-duty window comes with standard safety glass or laminated glass in flat or contoured versions. In case of damage, glass can be repaired in the field without removing the window. A durable sliding screen is available upon request.

1948 models are very similar to late 1947 models, with some minor changes. Redesigned three-speed transmission now uses column shift with linkage attached to case side. The 1948 emergency brake was relocated to the far left side of the cab and is now a foot operated mechanism. Serial numbers: FP 1/2 ton, FR 3/4 ton, FS 1 ton, etc.

Halfway through the 1951 Chevy truck model year, bed wood changed from 9-board to 8-board type. Speedometer maximum speed 80 miles per hour. Vent windows in doors are introduced. Outside door handles are still turndown type. Only year with vent windows and turndown handles. Last year for 80 m.p.h. speedometer. Last year for chrome window handle knobs and chrome wiper knob. Serial numbers: JP 1/2 ton, JR 3/4 ton, JS 1 ton, etc.

Horizontal strips below and above radio speaker grille plus glove box door change from stainless steel to painted steel. Outer door handles become push button type. Chevrolet hub caps changed from chrome plated to gray painted steel with black block letters, however, stamping and shape remain the same as prior years. Some say a very few deluxe 1/2 ton pickups still carried the chrome cap. Speedometer now shows maximum speed 90 miles per hour. All beds are now 8-board type. Rear bumpers are only available on Suburban and Panel models for 1952. In mid year, GM stopped using 3100, 3600, 3800 emblems on side of hood. However, CHEVROLET hood emblems are used the entire year. Inside window handle knobs and wiper knob are now maroon. Serial numbers: KP 1/2 ton, KR 3/4 ton, KS 1 ton, etc.

Completely redesigned bed. Bed now has increased in depth with all new bed sides. Top of bed sides are now flat, not angled as in previous years. Rear bumper is still an option, but is now dropped in the center to make room for new license plate location. One piece curved windshield. Newly designed dash. Taillights are now round. Serial numbers: H 1/2 ton, J 3/4 ton, L 1 ton, etc.

Fender side emblem is one piece and mounted below horizontal line on fender. Emblem on front of hood is wider at top than bottom. Small step between cab and rear fender. First year for the Cameo, a very rare and desirable fiberglass bed pickup. First year for the optional V8 265 cubic inch engine. Serial numbers: H2 1/2 ton, M2 1/2 ton longbed, J2 3/4 ton, L2 1 ton, etc.

Complete front end redesign. Dual headlights in front fenders. Grill is now a one piece design with parklights mounted in the ends of the grill. Last year for the Cameo pickup. First year for the optional Fleetside bed. Fender emblems have series designation (31, 32, 36, 38 etc.) and Chevrolet in the center the of emblem with Apache on the top rear of emblem. Front hood emblem is 31" long with vertical design in background behind Bow Tie. Serial numbers: 3A 1/2 ton, 3B 1/2 ton longbed, 3E 3/4 ton, 3G 1 ton, etc.

Very similar to the 1958 trucks. Fender emblems are now larger design with Chevrolet and Apache in center of emblem with series designation (31, 32, 36, 38 etc.) at rear of emblem. Front hood emblem is 36" long with square pattern design in background behind Bow Tie. Serial numbers: 3A 1/2 ton, 3B 1/2 ton longbed, 3E 3/4 ton, 3G 1 ton, etc.

Window systems are comprised of glass panes, structural frames, spacers, and sealants. In recent years, the variety of glass types, coatings, and frames available for use in window systems has increased dramatically, as has the opportunity to fine-tune and optimize window selection on a project-by-project basis.

Coatings, usually in the form of metal oxides, can also be applied to glass during production. Some of these coatings, called "low-emissivity" or "low-e," help reduce radiant heat transfer between panes of glass by blocking some or all of the IR wavelengths. These coatings can dramatically lower the window U-factor.

When specifying windows performance, take care to specify "whole product performance values" for U-factor and SHGC. Use of "glass-only" U-factors should be avoided as they can be 10% to 40% better than the whole product value.


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