Cool Air Infiltration possibly due to a manufacturers defect or misinstallation - Image Courtesy of Fluke Corp ©2011

Cool Air Infiltration possibly due to a manufacturers defect or misinstallation - Image Courtesy of Fluke Corp ©2011

Something tells me that this double-paned window isn't performing as it should! (~grin~). The infrared image produced by the IR-Fusion® Technology Color Alarm clearly shows cool air moviing out of the corner of this window and diagonally across the surface of the glass. (Yes... we made sure that it was not a partial reflection.)

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