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English translation: tie beam end

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German term or phrase:Binderkopf
English translation:tie beam end
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22:02 Sep 3, 2001
German to English translations [PRO]
German term or phrase: Binderkopf
construction

Demontage der Verkleidungsbleche der vorstehenden Binderkoepfe.
girder/roof truss heads?
zapfsully
United States
Local time: 05:19
tie beam ends
Explanation:
tie beam ends

Binderbalken (or Bundbalken): tie beam
(Oxford-Duden Pictorial German-English Dictionary

The illustration clearly shows the Binderbalken / tie beams as the first and last transverse horizontal members (i.e. resting on the transverse walls at each end of the house) that bracket and are parallel to the ceiling joists.

HTH Tom

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tie beam ends


Explanation:
tie beam ends

Binderbalken (or Bundbalken): tie beam
(Oxford-Duden Pictorial German-English Dictionary

The illustration clearly shows the Binderbalken / tie beams as the first and last transverse horizontal members (i.e. resting on the transverse walls at each end of the house) that bracket and are parallel to the ceiling joists.

HTH Tom




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Tom Funke
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15 hrs
head


Explanation:
According to Bucksch - Wörterbuch für Architektur Hochbau und Baustoffe, a
Binderkopf (also called Streckerkopf) is translated simply as "head".


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