If the same size is used, shouldn't be a problem. You may find the existing
drywall in the light shaft is a bit mushy, you will want to replace it, if
We don't know how the existing drywall is, in relation to the actual
skylight. There's a lot of "if's" involved, at this point it would only be
speculation to give you a yes or no answer.
Velux lights have the interior of their light, where it can be stained etc,
or drywall ran up in side to a channel in the wood. You can have the finish
appearance of stained wood, then put a thin trim boxed out at the top of
the drywall. You may be able to do this, only someone who knows how your
existing is done, will be able to tell you. And, they may not until they
get into it.
The Space Shuttle's windows are made out of aluminum silicate glass
and fused silica glass.
That's all good & well, but I don't recall saying anything about the Space
Shuttle's windows being made out of plastic.
You may want to reread what I wrote.
You said "spacecraft".
You assumed I meant windows in spacecraft. That is what the manufacturers
want people to assume. The marketing technique works, you read something, I
The plastic can be used anywhere in the spacecraft.... see?
I see what you are saying. What company makes this claim?
When speaking of skylights, the first thing that comes to mind (my
mind anyway) when speaking about "plastic being used in aircraft/
spacecraft" would be the windows.
Now considering that aircraft use "plastic" windows the manufacturer
is telling the
truth, but spacecraft? I guess there could be something inside of the
Shuttle made out of Plexi or Lexan.
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