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The amount of opening that lets air in and out of a room, house or building.
The level of resistance to water ingress during extreme weather events.
A window or door's ability to minimise the requirement for artificial heating or cooling of a room, house or building.
The level of resistance to external noise.
BAL is a measure of resistance to radiant heat exposure created by a bushfire event. The higher the number, the greater the resistance to bushfires.
Pascal (Pa) refers to a number used to rate effectiveness against water ingress. The higher the number, the greater the resistance to water penetration.
Wind rating measures the total force exerted upon a structure by wind. The higher the Pa ULS, the greater the resistance to the force applied.
Maximum Product Height and Maximum Product Width values are independent of each other and subject to conditions.
U-value measures how well a product allows heat to pass through. The lower the U-value, the more energy efficient a window or door is.
Rw is a number used to rate the soundproofing effectiveness of a window or door. The higher the number, the more noise reduction is provided.
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