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Fogged Glass Replaced With Laminated Safety Glass


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#1 rcarlisle66@aol.com

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Posted 28 July 2014 - 06:36 PM

There is a company in Sebring Florida called Darren Thomas Glass Company that is replacing fogged thermo pane glass with a laminated safety glass (similar to windshield glass with a plastic type center layer). I am familiar with this type of glass being an old car guy. It will not have the thermal advantage that thermo pane does  but will never fog.

 

Has anyone heard of this company or the use of this type of glass as a replacement?


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#2 kaypsmith

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Posted 29 July 2014 - 08:40 AM

Never heard of that company, but my bus uses that kind of glass on all windows behind the driver seat, the ones in the door and beside the ds are thermo pane. I left seven of the full size in place, they are all dark tinted, plus I use a themal shade inside. My old motorhome has thermal windows, and fewer of them, and the bus is seven feet longer, and is easier to cool than the mh.


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