knurled head screws

Italian translation: viti a testa zigrinata

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English term or phrase:knurled head screws
Italian translation:viti a testa zigrinata
Entered by: Maura Sciuccati

10:51 Nov 17, 2006
English to Italian translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Mechanics / Mech Engineering / industrial scales
English term or phrase: knurled head screws
Ciao,
qualcuno sa dirmi per favore come vengono definite in gergo queste viti?

Si parla dell'installazione di una selezionatrice ponderale e la frase è la seguente:
"Unscrew the two knurled head screws on each side of the conveyor body support which have been screwed in for tranport (so as not to lose them)"

Si tratta semplicemente di viti zigrinate o no?

Grazie mille e buon lavoro,
Maura
Maura Sciuccati
Local time: 20:10
Viti a testa zigrinata
Explanation:
Viti a testa zigrinata
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Marina Rossa
Local time: 20:10
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Grazie mille Marina e anche a tutti i colleghi per gli agree! Buon fine settimana.
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3 +7Viti a testa zigrinata
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Viti a testa zigrinata


Explanation:
Viti a testa zigrinata


    Reference: http://www.kunst.it/etc/catalogues/digi_displays.pdf
Marina Rossa
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Grazie mille Marina e anche a tutti i colleghi per gli agree! Buon fine settimana.

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  missdutch: sì!
0 min

agree  Angie I
10 mins

agree  Flavia Poggio: esatto. ho trovato anche "vite a testa cilindrica zigrinata con coletto alto" cercando il termine su http://www.woxikon.com
12 mins

agree  Valeria Faber
18 mins

agree  silvia b (X)
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agree  kpi
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agree  texjax DDS PhD
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