tiefgreifend

English translation: Scored, scratched, scuffed ...

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German term or phrase:tiefgreifend
English translation:Scored, scratched, scuffed ...
Entered by: gwolf

05:31 Jan 18, 2001
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
German term or phrase: tiefgreifend
Beim Schleifen darf die Oberflaeche nicht tiefgreifend aufgerauht werden.

The context is the cleaning method used for the interior surface of a tank container.

"If cleaning is done by abrasion, the surface must not be buffed so as to puncture it." ?
Marcus Malabad
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Local time: 09:50
Scored, scratched, scuffed ...
Explanation:
The terms "schleifen" and "nicht tiefgehend aufgerauht" in the same sentence seems a little contradictory to me because you cannot really "sand or grind" something without "scratching or scoring" its surface.

Maybe something like this will work:

If abrasive materials/agents are used for cleaning, deep scoring/scratching of the surface/finish must be avoided.

Hope this helps.
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gwolf
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Summary of answers provided
naWhen sanding avoid deep scratching of the surface.
Andrea McNamara (X)
naScored, scratched, scuffed ...
gwolf
nain depth/deeply
Elisa Capelão
naextensively, in depth
Giselle Chaumien
nadeep abrasions
Dr. Sahib Bleher


  

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6 mins
deep abrasions


Explanation:
If done by grinding, avoid deep abrasions to the surface.

Dr. Sahib Bleher
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Giselle Chaumien
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12 mins
extensively, in depth


Explanation:
I would write :
"If cleaning is done by abrasion, the surface must not be buffed extensively / in depth."

Another idea :
"... the abrasion must not attack / hurt the basic material "...

If you are also working in French, you can compare... In French (I am French) I would say :
"... l'abrasion ne doit pas se faire en profondeur " or "... ne doit pas attaquer la base du matériau"
or something like that.

I hope it helps. Good luck
Giselle

Giselle Chaumien
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56 mins
in depth/deeply


Explanation:
...the surface can not be scraped/rasped in depth/deeply...

just another possibility


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Elisa Capelão
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Alexander Schleber
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1 hr
Scored, scratched, scuffed ...


Explanation:
The terms "schleifen" and "nicht tiefgehend aufgerauht" in the same sentence seems a little contradictory to me because you cannot really "sand or grind" something without "scratching or scoring" its surface.

Maybe something like this will work:

If abrasive materials/agents are used for cleaning, deep scoring/scratching of the surface/finish must be avoided.

Hope this helps.


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gwolf
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16 hrs
When sanding avoid deep scratching of the surface.


Explanation:
We use sanding for schleifen, maybe this brings you a bit closer to the term you are looking for,
good luck,

Andrea McNamara (X)
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