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Pinch Check

French translation: serrage

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English term or phrase:Pinch Check
French translation:serrage
Entered by: Didier Fourcot
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08:52 Apr 9, 2001
English to French translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: Pinch Check
High speed rotating machinery bearings must generally be operated with a pinch of .0005 to .0015 inch (.013 to .038 mm) diametral:
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serrage
Explanation:
Serrage: différence entre le diamètre externe du roulement et le diamètre interne de l'alésage du logement.
Un léger serrage permet une bonne tenue du roulement aux hautes fréquences de rotation, il implique un montage par chauffage du logement ou enfoncement à la presse du roulement
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serrage


Explanation:
Serrage: différence entre le diamètre externe du roulement et le diamètre interne de l'alésage du logement.
Un léger serrage permet une bonne tenue du roulement aux hautes fréquences de rotation, il implique un montage par chauffage du logement ou enfoncement à la presse du roulement


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