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overhead cranes secured to an “I” beam via a monkey grip

Spanish translation: vigas doble T/t

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19:25 Feb 19, 2007
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Mechanics / Mech Engineering / CRANES and machinery
English term or phrase: overhead cranes secured to an “I” beam via a monkey grip
Esto es para una traducción de un curso de capacitación para operadores de grúas
Las "I beams" son vigas IPN ó Doble T, cuál sería el término más aproppiado en Uruguay o Argentina? Hay uno más formal que el otro? son lo mismo?
y el monkey grip no tengo idea y no lo encuentro por ningún lado
La frase dice asi:
For overhead cranes secured to an “I” beam via a monkey grip it is important to ensure that the steel cable attached from the pendant to the hoist is in good condition and not allowing any stress to be placed on the cable running from the hoist to the pendant control.
MUCHAS GRACIAS!!! ESPERO SUGERENCIAS!!!
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Local time: 09:49
Spanish translation:vigas doble T/t
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Alba Mora
Local time: 09:49
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Gracias Alba!!
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overhead cranes secured to an “i” beam via a monkey grip
vigas doble T/t


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Alba Mora
Local time: 09:49
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Gracias Alba!!
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