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German translation: mit Zahnradantrieb

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04:59 Sep 8, 2011
English to German translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Automotive / Cars & Trucks / engine
English term or phrase: driven by gear
Cooling system
Heat Exchanger Minimum Flow 1 litre per kW installed
Water Pump Centrifugal type driven by gear


Hallo,
es handelt sich hier um eine Wasserpume, Zentrifugaltyp. Allerdings bin ich mir in dem Zusammenhang nicht sicher was "driven by gear" bedeutet. Wie koennte man das uebersetzen?
Vielen Dank.
SimStadl
Netherlands
Local time: 15:59
German translation:mit Zahnradantrieb
Explanation:
Eine Pumpe kann über ein Zahnrad oder einen Keilriemen angetrieben werden. Hier wird ein Zahnrad verwendet.
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Roland Hechtenberg
Japan
Local time: 23:59
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4 +3mit Zahnradantrieb
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mit Zahnradantrieb


Explanation:
Eine Pumpe kann über ein Zahnrad oder einen Keilriemen angetrieben werden. Hier wird ein Zahnrad verwendet.

Roland Hechtenberg
Japan
Local time: 23:59
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