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17:44 Mar 14, 2007
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Construction / Civil Engineering
Italian term or phrase: disposto di punta
I pavimenti dei fabbricati già esistenti, se si tratta di pietra o di legno ordinario assorbente e non DISPOSTO DI PUNTA, devono essere ricoperti da uno strato di 5 centimetri di sabbia

This is a health and safety spec (fireproofing) for an oil refinery
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3 +1laid end-on
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laid end-on


Explanation:
alcuni elementi vengono disposti “di punta”, ossia con la dimensione maggiore perpendicolare allo spessore (murario)

http://www.buildup.it/portal/index.asp?location=News§ion...


I ciottoli dovranno essere scelti di dimensioni il più possibile uniformi e disposti di punta con la faccia più piana rivolta superiormente, avvertendo di metterli a contatto

http://xoomer.alice.it/utc/REGEDIL.TITOLO 2.htm



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