uitzetvoeg bij tegels met scherpe rand

13:55 Feb 13, 2012
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Dutch to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Construction / Civil Engineering / Sealants and joints
Dutch term or phrase: uitzetvoeg bij tegels met scherpe rand
Instructions on how/where to use a scraper after applying the sealant, in this case, what kind of angles/joints to use it. What would be the correct way to say it in English? The sentence is one of three examples. Thank you!
Cristina Luz
United Kingdom
Local time: 16:33


Summary of answers provided
4expansion joint
LouisV (X)
3expandable joint
Lianne van de Ven


  

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uitzetvoeg
expandable joint


Explanation:
Without original content, I am somewhat guessing this is about expandable joints or expansion joints - not for tiles with literal "sharp edges" but sharp edges in the pattern, for example between dark and light tiles.

http://bouwinfo.be/forum/threads/87400-foto-van-uitzetvoeg-t...



Lianne van de Ven
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expansion joint


Explanation:
have always known it as that


    Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Expansion_joint
LouisV (X)
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