By now, you probably know that the thermopene glass used in hockey players’ eyes is made of a carbon nanotube.
But the glass also has a lot of uses, like windshields, window frames, and windows.
That’s why NHL team doctors, who have been using thermopanes for years, are experimenting with other materials to make windows.
Here’s what they’re testing.
Thermopane windows will be used in more than just hockey.
The glass is also a way to seal in the sun’s heat and keep it out.
And the glass could help improve the performance of high-performance windows like those used in Formula One cars.
The NHL will test thermopnees in the 2018-19 season in two areas.
The first is a new window-sensing system that uses a tiny camera mounted on the glass to detect whether it’s raining or not.
The system will measure the angle and reflectivity of the sun rays, and the team plans to use this information to determine whether there’s a window problem.
The second is a thermal camera that can take images of the glass and use a computer to calculate how much energy is in the glass.
The window sensors could be used to monitor the conditions in the arena, and then use the information to tell players when there is an issue.
The sensors will also be used for testing different types of window seals, which can be designed to allow for different angles and reflectivities, said team orthopedist Steve O’Donnell.
The NHL has also been testing glass windows on a hockey rink at the team’s training facility in Winnipeg.
The glass is made from a carbon material called a hydrophobic carbon nanostructure.
The material is typically found in glass that is used in medical equipment and is a material used to make plastics.
The hydrophobicity of the carbon means it will not bond to water.
When the glass is exposed to sunlight, the water molecules break down the hydrophobia, leaving behind a new carbon.
This allows the glass material to become a carbon-containing material.
In the new window sensor system, the NHL uses a new material called N-doped thermoprene (NT-TM).
N-tamper-resistant, it absorbs ultraviolet light and uses it to track the temperature of the window.
The temperature of a window can also be measured by a sensor that has the temperature on the inside.
The team has used this type of sensor in hockey helmets, but O’Brien said it’s not a standard piece of equipment in the NHL.
This is the first time the NHL has tested thermopine glass windows in a rink.
“This is a really cool new way of looking at this,” O’Connor said.
“It’s really a very innovative solution.
This could be a great technology in the future.”
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