The window of a new glass shower curtain has been designed to keep its glass from shattering and keep its design from falling out, according to a new design study.
Glass is not designed to be shatterproof.
And when glass breaks, it can easily cause serious injury, according the study.
The study’s authors said that glass shower curtains are designed to allow for minimal movement and are a great way to provide privacy for a shower or spa.
The new design comes with a number of benefits, according that study.
First, glass shower windows are less likely to shatter, according researchers.
Second, they have a “very low thermal resistance,” according to the study’s co-author, Professor David Pang.
And third, they are designed with “a high degree of efficiency.”
The researchers also said that the window’s shape allows the curtains to be easily folded and used as a table.
But the most impressive part of the study is the glass shower window itself, which is designed to provide a “perfect window to keep the water out,” according the researchers.
The design includes a number a features to make it as secure as possible, including a “no-moving” hinge, a “double-sided” curtain, and a “closed-in” curtain that is “relatively shallow” and “folds away from the shower curtain.”
According to the researchers, the window is designed with a “high degree of durability,” “a low temperature coefficient” and a high “tension rating” for the water to flow through.
They added that the glass window has a “low thermal resistance” which allows for “less water to spill out of the shower” than the curtains used in traditional glass shower units.
The researchers said that if the curtains were to shatter they could be repaired.
“The new design can also be used as an emergency door for a windowless space where a shower curtain would be too difficult to repair,” the researchers said in the study, published online in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Glass shower curtains and water dispensers can be installed in a variety of ways, including in door closers, bathrooms and other rooms that need a curtain to block the view of the bathroom door.
Researchers said that it would be ideal if glass shower shower curtains were more widely used and available, with “the majority of showers or spa showers being covered with this curtain.”
However, the study also noted that “the number of water dispensing units is increasing.”