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TW-wire

Lithuanian translation: termoplastinė, drėgmei atspari viela

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English term or phrase:TW-wire
Lithuanian translation:termoplastinė, drėgmei atspari viela
Entered by: Leonardas
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13:08 Dec 1, 2010
English to Lithuanian translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Mechanics / Mech Engineering
English term or phrase: TW-wire
Cleaning and maintenance
Cell
Open manhole and clean silo and surface filter. Check if everything is leak-proof (full level alarm indicator, manhole, TW-wire).
Irena R
Local time: 13:19
termoplastinė, drėgmei atspari viela
Explanation:
TW Wire (Thermoplastic Moisture-Resistant Wire)
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tw-wire
termoplastinė, drėgmei atspari viela


Explanation:
TW Wire (Thermoplastic Moisture-Resistant Wire)


    Reference: http://www.amwire.com.ph/pages/our_products.htm
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