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The tog is a unit of insulation created by the Shirley Institute in Britain. 1tog is equal to 0.645Clo or 0.1m2K/W.
One Clo represents the amount of clothing required to keep a resting person comfortable in a windless environment at 21.1'C. (1Clo = 1.55tog=0.155m2K/W)
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