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Tissus croisé 20/10

English translation: 20 x 10 weave fabric

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06:36 May 26, 2003
French to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
French term or phrase: Tissus croisé 20/10
Liste de produit de vulcanisation à chaud pour bande de convoyeur
BOB DE DENUS
Local time: 11:40
English translation:20 x 10 weave fabric
Explanation:
See http://www.fieldscorp.com/products/prodInfo/burG362_62pi.htm...
for the following text:
"An open weave fabric that has 20 threads per inch in the warp direction (length), and 10 double threads in the fill direction (crosswise). In industrial applications, the 20 x 10 weave is preferred because the mesh openings are larger which gives the bitumen a better chance to key through the openings to form the important bond. This light weight, high tensile strength, bi-directional fabric will not rot, char, tear, or wear."
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Paula Price
Local time: 02:40
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4 +120 x 10 weave fabricPaula Price


  

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20 x 10 weave fabric


Explanation:
See http://www.fieldscorp.com/products/prodInfo/burG362_62pi.htm...
for the following text:
"An open weave fabric that has 20 threads per inch in the warp direction (length), and 10 double threads in the fill direction (crosswise). In industrial applications, the 20 x 10 weave is preferred because the mesh openings are larger which gives the bitumen a better chance to key through the openings to form the important bond. This light weight, high tensile strength, bi-directional fabric will not rot, char, tear, or wear."


Paula Price
Local time: 02:40
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 68

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