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Sun

A unit of length in Japan equivalent to approximately 30 millimeters.
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If Intertec needs to provide solar protection for larger installations - such as two or three process transmitters - sunshades are usually created to suit the specific application by building up multiple layers of glass-reinforced polyester (GRP) in a custom mould to achieve the necessary thickness.
Unlike many instrument sunshades on the market which essentially consist of a single top shade that only protects against overhead sun, Intertec's design incorporates structural side walls that also shade low-angle sun, as well as providing partial protection against rain, snow, wind-chill, blown dust or sand and accidental impact.
95 including a complimentary Sunshade Face Protector.
The huge cylindrical sunshade of thin film would be 60,000 miles wide and 10 times longer.
04 ounces) and carrying a sunshade measuring half a meter (1.
The semi-transparent layer acts as a directionally selective daylight system performing a sunshade function and creating a softly diffused light inside the library Currently on site, OKALUX have also been involved with Steven Holl on the design of the new Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, in Kansas City, Missouri (right below), which features OKAPANE, a light-emitting insulation panel that sits within a glazed plank system.
The Limited model adds more stuff, including a power rear sunshade that automatically retracts when reverse gear is engaged, then redeploys when Drive is selected.
This giant sunshade protects the spectators from the worst excesses of the climate during the long summer hours of play'.
The 30mm tube features an internal bubble level, flip-up lens covers and detachable sunshade.
A BRIDGEND sunshade company is predicting a bright future after receiving a council grant for new software.
The wheels are retractable; the handles are adjustable; and it has all the perks: a storage compartment, sunshade and a five-point harness system.
During 1999, HMSHost and two, separate joint venture partners, Sunshade Holding Company and I-5 Concessions, LLC, won the rights to design and build these retail concepts for San Francisco International Airport through a competitive bid.