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vanne fuyarde

German translation: undichtes Ventil

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French term or phrase:vanne fuyarde
German translation:undichtes Ventil
Entered by: Ina Claus
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10:13 Mar 9, 2007
French to German translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Engineering (general)
French term or phrase: vanne fuyarde
Kontext:
Un cas de pollution avait pu être identifié et attribué à la phase de repressuration à contre-courant d'un adsorbeur arrêté systématiquement sous vide, via une **vanne fuyarde** du côté production, avec de l'oxygène chargé en eau au travers d'une machine de compression de type humide.

Wie heißt dieses Ventil im Fachjargon auf deutsch?
Ina Claus
Local time: 09:09
undichtes Ventil
Explanation:
Also von "fuite" = Leck, Austritt, Undichtigkeit
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Schtroumpf
Local time: 09:09
Grading comment
Danke für die Hilfe! Stimmt, es ist hier gar kein Fachausdruck, es heißt eben nur "undicht"!
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undichtes Ventil


Explanation:
Also von "fuite" = Leck, Austritt, Undichtigkeit

Schtroumpf
Local time: 09:09
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Danke für die Hilfe! Stimmt, es ist hier gar kein Fachausdruck, es heißt eben nur "undicht"!
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