skid de broyage

English translation: pulverizing skid

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French term or phrase:skid de broyage
English translation:pulverizing skid
Entered by: Giulia Barontini

14:37 Jan 11, 2004
French to English translations [PRO]
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French term or phrase: skid de broyage
...en référence à la réglementation sécurité des équipements de travail, d'un skid de broyage l90.
Giulia Barontini
Italy
Local time: 01:16
crusher skid
Explanation:
which implies the skid (frame) on which a crusher could be mounted, but I imagine what they mean is actually the whole shebang, the skid-mounted crusher unit (for crushing stone for concrete aggregate, etc.)
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crusher skid


Explanation:
which implies the skid (frame) on which a crusher could be mounted, but I imagine what they mean is actually the whole shebang, the skid-mounted crusher unit (for crushing stone for concrete aggregate, etc.)

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