to seal/sealed from

Italian translation: sigillare/è isolata/sigillata dalla

09:53 Aug 5, 2018
English to Italian translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Engineering (general)
English term or phrase: to seal/sealed from
Come tradurreste "to seal/sealed from"?

Qui "to seal":
"In particular the combination of a rigid frame comprising fixed sealing devices or the combination of a flexible borders 22, 24, 26, 28 of the visor opening 18 and stretchable sealing devices 66, 67, 68, which are fixed at one border 66a, 67a, 68a, enable a reliable positioning of the visor on the face of the operator and *to seal* the visor against humid exhalation air."


Qui "sealed from":
"The at least one sealing device, in particular the at least one first sealing devices prevent that the humid air from the mouth or nose can penetrate the area between the eyes of the operator and the visor 30. In other words, the mouse and nose area is *sealed from* the eye and visor area and no fluid connection between the mouse and nose area and the eye and visor area."


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MJV
Italy
Local time: 20:00
Italian translation:sigillare/è isolata/sigillata dalla
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Francesco Badolato
Italy
Local time: 20:00
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Francesco Badolato
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Local time: 20:00
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