Shop Area

Italian translation: area adibita a officina

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English term or phrase:Shop Area
Italian translation:area adibita a officina
Entered by: Pierfrancesco Proietti

11:12 Nov 30, 2018
English to Italian translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Safety / Hot Work Standard
English term or phrase: Shop Area
Si parla di standard globale per la sicurezza sul lavoro.

In tale contesto, il termine "shop" viene utilizzato con il significato di "officina", luogo "non di processo" ove vengono effettuate riparazioni/manutenzioni varie... questa la definizione:
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Shop or Lab Area: A non process containing bulidings that otherwise fits the definition of a General or Flammable Area but has been designated and is designed for maintenance activities.
Sho Area may contain flammable liquids or gases as long as they have good physical warning properties at levels well below the LEL (punto di infiammabilità) of the flammable.

Grazie a tutti

Pierfrancesco Proietti
Pierfrancesco Proietti
Italy
Local time: 03:10
area adibita a officina
Explanation:
Ciao.

Renderei in questo modo.
Area adibita a officina o laboratorio.

In inglese americano Workshop è un'officina meccanica e anche un laboratorio.
Vedi qui: https://iate.europa.eu/search/standard/result/1543592102830/...
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Susanna Martoni
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Local time: 03:10
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shop area
area adibita a officina


Explanation:
Ciao.

Renderei in questo modo.
Area adibita a officina o laboratorio.

In inglese americano Workshop è un'officina meccanica e anche un laboratorio.
Vedi qui: https://iate.europa.eu/search/standard/result/1543592102830/...


Susanna Martoni
Italy
Local time: 03:10
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