Rough-In

Arabic translation: تأسيس التمديدات الكهربائية

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English term or phrase:Rough-In
Arabic translation:تأسيس التمديدات الكهربائية
Entered by: Misho Mohamed

13:40 Apr 8, 2018
English to Arabic translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Electronics / Elect Eng / Electrical wiring
English term or phrase: Rough-In
The term "rough-in" is taken from the following sentence:
"We need to rough-in the electrical wiring in the process of creating our new ventilation system.'

The English explanation of "rough-in" is:

Rough In means to bring in the various lines (Plumbing pipes, duct work, electrical conduit) to the space, but not make the final connections. For plumbing, this would be the pipes in the walls and floors that lead to the sinks, bath, toilets, etc, but not actually hooking up those fixtures. - Taken from Google search.

Thanks so much in advance.
Misho Mohamed
Egypt
تأسيس التمديدات الكهربائية
Explanation:
عمل التوصيلات الكهربائية
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5تأسيس التمديدات الكهربائية
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rough-in
تأسيس التمديدات الكهربائية


Explanation:
عمل التوصيلات الكهربائية

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