A. Acrylic Glazing A custom cut pane of acrylic forms the main component
of an Indow insert and is available in a variety of grades to meet performance needs.
B. Air Space An insulating layer of air between the existing window pane and the Indow insert. The ideal space is 1-3″, but can be greater for maximum acoustic performance.
C. Compression Tube Silicone edging around the acrylic glazing creates a tight seal
and holds the Indow insert firmly in place. It is impervious to heat, cold, UV radiation
and maintains its spring indefinitely.
D. D-Ring A pull-ring is attached 4″ above the lower left corner of the insert to aid in removal.Silver d-ring used for white tubing and black d-ring used for brown and black tubing.
Acrylic Weight (Approximate)
1/8″ = 1 lb./sq. ft. 1/4″ = 1.75 lb./sq. ft.
Indow window inserts comply with egress regulations. In an emergency, occupants
should be able to quickly remove the Indow inserts. In a young child’s bedroom,
we recommend leaving one window bare with no insert installed.
E. Safety Hardware is used on windows larger than 8 sq. ft. to prevent the Indow insert from falling out of the window frame in the event of high wind pressure. The Safety Hardware is inconspicuously anchored to the window frame by one small screw.
4X8 Sleep Panel, Privacy, Acoustic Commercial.
6X8 Standard, Commercial, Museum, Acoustic.
Call an Indow representative for availability of larger sizes and Mullion Kits.
See Mullion Kit Product Sheet for details.
Note on Color: Currently, the Compression Tube is available in brown, light linen white
and black. Custom colors are available for large commercial orders. Call to inquire.
Indow inserts should not be exposed to temperatures above 160°F (71°C) for continuous service, or 180°F (82°C) for short, intermittent periods of time.