What is DSB glass?
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Considering this, what does DSB glass stand for?
Double-strength glass: “DSB” referring to double strength billet, this is glass between 0.115 and 0.133 inches thick. DSB glass at 1/8” is thicker that “SSB” (single strength billet) glass, which is about 3/32”.
Subsequently, question is, what's better CGI or PGT? First of all, CGI has put a lot of detail into the visual appearance of their hurricane windows. For example, a hidden balance bar and a full bottom lip on their single hung windows is simply more attractive than the PGT WinGuard counterpart.
Just so, what is the difference between single and double strength glass?
“Double Strength” means the glass is 3.2 mm thick instead of the 2.5 mm “Single Strength” thickness like you might use in a picture frame. Though the cost difference isn't a lot between single strength and double strength, it's important to have double strength glass in your new windows.
What is standard glass thickness?
Common glass thickness includes: 3/16″ thickness (4.8 mm) – larger cabinet door panels, single pane window, small mirrors. 1/4″ thickness (6.4 mm) – all general glass applications, such as table tops (as protective cover), insulated units, interior & exterior door lites, shelves, framed shower doors.