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why do you car windows frost up, but not the windows outside your house????? mind=blown
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7y, 2m agoPosted 7 years, 2 months ago
why do you car windows frost up, but not the windows outside your house?????


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banned#1
heat loss through glazing............derrrrr
#2
goldmax
heat loss through glazing............derrrrr


Correct. End of thread.
[mod]#3
Simple...........Temperature in your house is higher than in your car so the heat escaping outside the windows in your house stops them freezing.

/thread. :)
banned#4
get of to school son you need more education
#5
Syzable
Simple...........Temperature in your house is higher than in your car so the heat escaping outside the windows in your house stops them freezing.

/thread. :)

even if you have double/triple glazing?
banned#6
rodent
just thought of this now I cant get back to sleep


Wear Boxing gloves.
banned#7
black gerbil1
even if you have double/triple glazing?


use your brain the space between the glazing will warm up
#8
This is the type of stupid question i'd think of lol
[mod]#9
black gerbil1;7525312
even if you have double/triple glazing?


Yes, because the heat bounces of the inside of the windows thus giving the glass a higher temperature than freezing point.
banned#10
black gerbil1
even if you have double/triple glazing?


always some heat loss, even through argon gas filled units and low e coating
banned#11
fragaliciousbob
use your brain the space between the glazing will warm up


I see a fault with your suggestion! :thinking:
banned#12
guv
I see a fault with your suggestion! :thinking:


yeah maybe i should of used mine before posting sorry GUV
#13
Syzable
Yes, because the heat bounces of the inside of the windows thus giving the glass a higher temperature than freezing point.


well you learn something new everyday.
fragaliciousbob
use your brain the space between the glazing will warm up

last time i checked my IQ was 170
[mod]#14
black gerbil1;7525341
well you learn something new everyday.


Yep.......that's what keeps us ticking. :)
banned#15
[QUOTE=black gerbil1]well you learn something new everyday.



so before today you thought that heat could not escape through glass
#16
fragaliciousbob
]well you learn something new everyday



so before today you thought that heat could not escape through glass

well the whole point of glazing is to keep the heat in and the cold out , so no.
#17
black gerbil1;7525358
well the whole point of glazing is to keep the heat in and the cold out , so no.


No, the whole point of glazing is that it's transparent, it lets the light in
#18
barneydog
No, the whole point of glazing is that it's transparent, it lets the light in

You are wrong there
banned#19
black gerbil1
well the whole point of glazing is to keep the heat in and the cold out , so no.


no the whole point of glazing is to see out of and let natural light in its only in modern times that glazing has changed with things like triple glazing , K glass , and argon filled units to help with kepping the heat in for the winter and the heat out in the summer
#20
What? Don't you have triple glazing on your "RRP 66K BMW"

http://www.toy-electric-cars.co.uk/images/toyelectriccars/BMW-335i.jpg
banned#21
fragaliciousbob
no the whole point of glazing is to see out of and let natural light in its only in modern times that glazing has changed with things like triple glazing , K glass , and argon filled units to help with kepping the heat in for the winter and the heat out in the summer


not forgetting krypton gas and warm edge spacer:)
#22
black gerbil1;7525386
You are wrong there


No I'm not, if you wanted the highest heat retention you wouldn't have windows as a well insulated wall has a far higher U value than any type of glazing :whistling:
banned#23
goldmax
not forgetting krypton gas and warm edge spacer:)


yes you can A graded units now that have a plastic spacer bar and now windows can come with plastic reinforcing instead of ally or steal to reduce cold spots
#24
fragaliciousbob
no the whole point of glazing is to see out of and let natural light in its only in modern times that glazing has changed with things like triple glazing , K glass , and argon filled units to help with kepping the heat in for the winter and the heat out in the summer


barneydog
No I'm not, if you wanted the highest heat retention you wouldn't have windows as a well insulated wall has a far higher U value than any type of glazing :whistling:


so why have 3 pains of glass and not just one?
banned#25
black gerbil1
so why have 3 pains of glass and not just one?


i've explained that just take the time to read my post

FYI i've been in the double glazing game for the past 20 years
#26
fragaliciousbob
i've explained that just take the time to read my post

FYI i've been in the double glazing game for the past 20 years

A Window point is to let light in, while double/triple, also keep heat in.:thumbsup:
#27
In b4 pics of a toy car!
banned#28
black gerbil1
A Window point is to let light in, while double/triple, also keep heat in.:thumbsup:


which is what i said

thesaint
In b4 pics of a toy car!


look at the thread and you'll see thats already happened
#29
fragaliciousbob
which is what i said

ditto.
#30
In before the Sycophant!
banned#31
black gerbil1
ditto.


so you where wrong ...
#32
fragaliciousbob
so you where wrong ...


that would make you wrong too then.
#33
thesaint
In b4 pics of a toy car!


For what reason?
Another stupid post.
banned#34
black gerbil1
that would make you wrong too then.


how so read mo post again then you will see

fragaliciousbob
no the whole point of glazing is to see out of and let natural light in its only in modern times that glazing has changed with things like triple glazing , K glass , and argon filled units to help with kepping the heat in for the winter and the heat out in the summer
#35
black gerbil1
A Window point is to let light in, while double/triple, also keep heat in.:thumbsup:


fragaliciousbob
which is what i said




@ this point you are agreeing with me.

fragaliciousbob
so you where wrong ...

so if im wrong that would make you wrong


mind=blown
#36
I think someone should call a ambulance, BJ has clearly overdosed on his stupid pills this morning!
#37
thesaint
In b4 pics of a toy car!


very grumpy at the moment....has your application for mod been turned down again?:)
banned#38
black gerbil1

so if im wrong that would make you wrong


mind=blown


it makes me right on all points and you wrong for 80% of yours
#39
boothy
very grumpy at the moment....has your weekly mod application been turned down again?:)


more chance of BJ3 winning Mastermind
#40
thesaint
In b4 pics of a toy car!


Too slow gringo!

skusey
For what reason?
Another stupid post.


yup! :thumbsup:

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