fired/unfired battery

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17:56 Apr 11, 2018
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English to Italian translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Energy / Power Generation / Scheda di sicurezza materiali
English term or phrase: fired/unfired battery
Scheda di sicurezza relativa ad avvertenze sulle sostanze chimiche delle batterie.


Batteries should therefore be ***fired*** and destructively tested in a well ventilated area with no flammable materials in their immediate vicinity.

The exact nature of these contents depends upon whether the battery is ***unfired*** and in storage, whether it is ***fired*** and is active, or whether it has been ***fired*** and is exhausted and cooled down.


Ho pensato a "alimentata", ma ho visto in Rete "alettata", senza convinzioni.
Chiedo il vostro aiuto.

Grazie.
Susanna Martoni
Italy
Local time: 11:07


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4batteria attivata/disattivata
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Teresa Donvito


  

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batteria attivata/disattivata


Explanation:
È un modo per dire accesa

Teresa Donvito
France
Local time: 11:07
Native speaker of: Native in ItalianItalian
Notes to answerer
Asker: Ciao Teresa. Riporto un brano dove si parla di "active" vicino a "fired": The exact nature of these contents depends upon whether the battery is unfired and in storage, whether it is ***fired and is active***, or whether it has been fired and is exhausted and cooled down

Asker: Forse, a questo punto, "alimentata". 'Notte!

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