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07:09 Nov 15, 2013
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English to Italian translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Construction / Civil Engineering / fastening systems
English term or phrase: thin concrete roof liner trays
For the fastening of waterproof membrane and insulation to solid, dense concrete of minimum grade C12/15.
Where the internal relative humidity is in excess of 70%. In chemically aggressive atmospheres or conditions.
For refurbishment applications where the detailed condition of the existing build up is not known or when the build up contains abrasive layers that may damage the corrosion protection and make it ineffective. Where an extended design life / warranty is required by the client. For locations with aggressive local conditions (e.g. coastal environments).
DT-S Austenitic stainless steel, grade AISI 316, European Standard 1.4401, grade A4

Depth of pilot hole to be min. 15 mm deeper than the setting depth of the XXX® twister, depending on site conditions.
Availability on request

For the fastening of waterproof membrane and tapered insulation to concrete and to ***thin concrete roof liner trays.***

for aerated concrete deck
For the fastening of waterproof membrane and insulation to aerated concrete with min. quality class P 3.3 (DIN 4223-1).
giodiomede
Italy
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