||The common industry term for the muntins bars that divide the glass into smaller panes.
||Removeable Muntin Bar – usually wood but occasionally plastic, held in place against the interior face of the glass by fasteners.
||Grills Between Glass: grills that are permanently installed in the air space separating two sheets of glass in an insulated glass unit.
||Simulated Divided Light: Grills that are permanently overlayed over the glass surface – usually on both the interior and the exterior.
||Authentic Divided Light: Windows that are composed of individual panes of glass separated by muntins. Usually single-glazed.