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07:03 Aug 31, 2006
English to French translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Electronics / Elect Eng / standard specifications
English term or phrase: "the dead-front enclosure"
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All panelboards are of the dead-front enclosure, copper bus, mounted in code gauge steel cabinets with trim and doors.

in a manual stating standard specifications in govt. buildings

Any help is appreciated
Laurence Auffret
United Kingdom
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Summary of answers provided
4coffret isoléhendiadys
3coffrage isolant
Romain Fleury



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"dead front enclosure"
coffrage isolant

wonder what the panelboards are made of though...

    Reference: http://www.ciment.ca/cement.nsf/internetF/A7443DB6354F810785...
    Reference: http://www.guidesperrier.com/produits_services/choix_produit...
Romain Fleury
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the dead-front enclosure
coffret isolé

dead-front=signifie que les parties sous tension ne sont pas accessibles; elles sont protégée par un panneau, un écran, une porte isolant(e)

enclosure=boîtier, enceinte, etc., j'opterais pour coffret

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