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Russian translation: сильно развитая поверхность

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18:48 Feb 6, 2012
English to Russian translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Engineering (general) / Крепёжная система для изолированных установок
English term or phrase: high surface
The disadvantage of such systems is obvious: Firstly, the thread to fix the clamp to other installations often will need to penetrate the insulation or the rigid elements themselves will penetrate through the insulation and also lay on the pipe both with a high surface.

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Wuschel
Russian Federation
Local time: 06:34
Russian translation:сильно развитая поверхность
Explanation:
как clamp, так и rigid elements имеют сильно развитые поверхности
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сильно развитая поверхность


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как clamp, так и rigid elements имеют сильно развитые поверхности

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