Gl cladding

Arabic translation: كسوة زجاجية

17:32 Aug 21, 2017
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Tech/Engineering - Mechanics / Mech Engineering
English term or phrase: Gl cladding
Gl cladding for external duct (RAISER).
aya omar
Egypt
Arabic translation:كسوة زجاجية
Explanation:
عزل/تصفيح/تغليف زجاجي
تصفيح بالواح زجاجية
كسوة مصقولة
Cladding is an outer layer of material covering another. It may refer to the following: Cladding (metalworking), a bonding together of dissimilar metals. ... Cladding (construction), materials applied to the exterior of buildings.

gl = glazed
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Amro Alhowbani
Yemen
Local time: 01:50
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gl cladding
كسوة زجاجية


Explanation:
عزل/تصفيح/تغليف زجاجي
تصفيح بالواح زجاجية
كسوة مصقولة
Cladding is an outer layer of material covering another. It may refer to the following: Cladding (metalworking), a bonding together of dissimilar metals. ... Cladding (construction), materials applied to the exterior of buildings.

gl = glazed


Amro Alhowbani
Yemen
Local time: 01:50
Native speaker of: Native in ArabicArabic
PRO pts in category: 4

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