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Löten mit Drehzinnbad

English translation: soldering with a revolving tin bath

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German term or phrase:Löten mit Drehzinnbad
English translation:soldering with a revolving tin bath
Entered by: Jon Fedler
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10:29 Nov 23, 2006
German to English translations [PRO]
Electronics / Elect Eng / Spulen
German term or phrase: Löten mit Drehzinnbad
ROHS konformes Löten mit Schutzgas und konventionell, Schwalllöten, Löten mit Drehzinnbad oder mit Tischlötmaschinen mit Rundtakteinrichtung
Martin Wenzel
Germany
Local time: 11:29
soldering with a revolving tin bath
Explanation:

Quote from the only German website I found displaying this word (see below):


"Löten in Schutzgas und konventionell, mit Schwall (Pillarhouse), im Drehzinnbad oder mit Tischlötmaschine (Meteor)

Solder in inert gas and conventionally, with gush (Pillarhouse), in the turning tin bath* or with table brazing machine (meteor)"
I changed this to 'revolving' so it sounds a little more high tech!





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Jon Fedler
Local time: 12:29
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Thank you, Jonathan
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3 +1soldering with a revolving tin bath
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soldering with a revolving tin bath


Explanation:

Quote from the only German website I found displaying this word (see below):


"Löten in Schutzgas und konventionell, mit Schwall (Pillarhouse), im Drehzinnbad oder mit Tischlötmaschine (Meteor)

Solder in inert gas and conventionally, with gush (Pillarhouse), in the turning tin bath* or with table brazing machine (meteor)"
I changed this to 'revolving' so it sounds a little more high tech!








    Reference: http://www.geston.com/IC/de.-ic-products
Jon Fedler
Local time: 12:29
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Thank you, Jonathan

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