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Verbandsdeckung

English translation: laid as bond

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German term or phrase:Verbandsdeckung
English translation:laid as bond
Entered by: Isabell Donath
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09:08 Mar 23, 2007
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Construction / Civil Engineering / Roofing tiles
German term or phrase: Verbandsdeckung
Die bezüglich der Windsogsicherung günstigste Verbindung der Dachziegel ergibt eine Verbandsdeckung (...). Hierbei hält ein geklammerter Ziegel jeweils zwei darunter liegende Flächenziegel mit fest.
Source: http://www.laumans.de/show_news.php?page_id=11&artID=1
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laid as bond
Explanation:
entgegen der Verlegung in Reihe, hier versetze Verlegung
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Isabell Donath
Germany
Local time: 02:39
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laid as bond


Explanation:
entgegen der Verlegung in Reihe, hier versetze Verlegung


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    Laumans - Ton, Ziegel, Dach; Seite: Product / MULDEN VARIABEL
Isabell Donath
Germany
Local time: 02:39
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