Ironstone building material windows are safe for children, study finds
Fox Sports has learned that ironstone building debris windows are safer for children than previously thought, according to a new study.
Researchers from the University of Michigan, Emory University, and the National Institutes of Health conducted a study to examine the safety of building debris window materials and found the windows in the US are “virtually non-existent.”
“These windows are being used for a number of purposes, including home insulation, insulation for roofing, and windows in buildings that house elderly persons and those with disabilities,” the researchers said.
“There are no data on their safety in the general population.
This study was designed to test the effectiveness of these window materials in the design of safe windows.”
The study found that windows that had been made of ironstone or other glass materials were safe, but windows made of concrete, tile, or wood were not.
The researchers noted that the window materials used in windows are “extremely porous and therefore cannot be easily repaired.”
“The best window material is likely to be of low-density, non-porous glass,” the study said.
“This allows the glass to adhere to the glass and absorb the moisture.
This can make the glass much more resistant to moisture loss.”
The research was conducted on glass, concrete, and wood in the USA and Germany.
The researchers also tested a range of building materials, including window glass, glass window frames, and glass insulation.
The research team found that there were no significant differences in the safety characteristics of the building materials used.
“We found that glass was the most likely material to have potential safety hazards, and we were also able to test its durability,” study author Andrew Krizowski, a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, said in a statement.
“The window material itself did not seem to have any potential safety issues.”
The US Department of Housing and Urban Development said the windows found in the study were of the most common type found in building materials and that the company’s window materials were “highly recommended” by the US Consumer Product Safety Commission.
“As a result of these safety findings, our contractors are currently using these materials on windows in our buildings,” HUD said in an email to Fox News.