Überlagerungsbohrtechnik

English translation: overburden drilling

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German term or phrase:Überlagerungsbohrtechnik
English translation:overburden drilling

01:55 Feb 18, 2001
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
German term or phrase: Überlagerungsbohrtechnik
specifies the qualification of a Maschinenschlosser (engine fitter ? machinist?)

Thanks in advance. Charlotte
Charlotte Pattenden
Local time: 07:35
overburden drilling
Explanation:
see the ref
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Ken Cox
Local time: 08:35
Grading comment
Thanks to "words" for the quick reply, but this one fits the context best. Thanks particularly for the reference.
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Summary of answers provided
naRe 'Maschinenschlosser'
Rolf Bueskens
naoverburden drilling
Ken Cox
nacapping drilling technology
Alexander Schleber


  

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1 hr
capping drilling technology


Explanation:
See Ernst "Überlagerung (Geol, Bergb)"

Alexander Schleber
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7 hrs
overburden drilling


Explanation:
see the ref


    Reference: http://www.klemm-bt.de/ginhalt.htm
Ken Cox
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Thanks to "words" for the quick reply, but this one fits the context best. Thanks particularly for the reference.
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11 hrs
Re 'Maschinenschlosser'


Explanation:
Sorry, I don't know the answer to your term.
But a 'Maschinenschlosser' is an industrial mechanic; he assembles and repairs machinery. In the British system, he is a 'Turner and fitter'.
I doubt that he would be required to master oil drilling techniques.



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Rolf Bueskens
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