Ausreissschutz

15:19 Dec 29, 2010
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German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Furniture / Household Appliances
German term or phrase: Ausreissschutz
This is again a website for a mobile stage manufacturer. They are referring the folding tables for these stages and refer to "Ausreissschutz" in a list of features. Can anyone suggest a suitable term?
MScholey
United Kingdom
Local time: 16:59


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4 +1fold lock/folding lock
Ramey Rieger
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Is it definitely 'Ausreissschutz' or 'Ausreiseschutz'?
trsk2000 (X)

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fold lock/folding lock


Explanation:
They are referring to the mechanism that keeps the tables from buckling. At least I think they are!

Ramey Rieger
Germany
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agree  Ryan Saxon Montcalm
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Reference: Is it definitely 'Ausreissschutz' or 'Ausreiseschutz'?

Reference information:
just checking, as ausreissen, to pull out/away our ausreisen, to depart or exit. I was thinking it was some kind of insurance term, like 'accidental damage coverage' or 'transit coverage'??

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