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Auswurfspülkopf/ Rammspülkopf

English translation: ejector flushing head / ram flushing head

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German term or phrase:Auswurfspülkopf/ Rammspülkopf
English translation:ejector flushing head / ram flushing head
Entered by: Alexander Schleber
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01:56 Feb 18, 2001
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
German term or phrase: Auswurfspülkopf/ Rammspülkopf
specifies the work of a machinist (Maschinenschlosser).

TIA Charlotte
Charlotte Pattenden
Local time: 16:19
ejector flushing head / ram flushing head
Explanation:
Ernst, "Wörterbuch der industriellen Techbnik" helps, by combining "auswerfen = ejection, ejector with Spülkopf. Unfortunately though these terms are used in mining.

From my own training at Brooklyn Technical High School I remember that lathes do have "flushing heads" or devices, that are used to wash off metal chips produced by machining, from the pieces being turned. But this leaves the "Auswurf" and "Ramm" in the air. Hope this helps.

But "Maschinenschlosser" can also just be a "machinist", which could go with mining.

Your can see the flushing hea
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Alexander Schleber
Belgium
Local time: 17:19
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ejector flushing head / ram flushing head


Explanation:
Ernst, "Wörterbuch der industriellen Techbnik" helps, by combining "auswerfen = ejection, ejector with Spülkopf. Unfortunately though these terms are used in mining.

From my own training at Brooklyn Technical High School I remember that lathes do have "flushing heads" or devices, that are used to wash off metal chips produced by machining, from the pieces being turned. But this leaves the "Auswurf" and "Ramm" in the air. Hope this helps.

But "Maschinenschlosser" can also just be a "machinist", which could go with mining.

Your can see the flushing hea


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Alexander Schleber
Belgium
Local time: 17:19
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman, Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 2340
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1 hr
ejector flushing head / ram flushing head


Explanation:
Ernst, "Wörterbuch der industriellen Techbnik" helps, by combining "auswerfen = ejection, ejector with Spülkopf. Unfortunately though these terms are used in mining.

From my own training at Brooklyn Technical High School I remember that lathes do have "flushing heads" or devices, that are used to wash off metal chips produced by machining, from the pieces being turned. But this leaves the "Auswurf" and "Ramm" in the air. Hope this helps.

But "Maschinenschlosser" can also just be a "machinist", which could go with mining.

Your can see the flushing heads at:
http://www.simongruppe.de/ger/k2/k2_list8.1_manuell.html




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Alexander Schleber
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Local time: 17:19
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Explanation:
only one Google hit for this, with the terms in German, English and French -- but the French translation is a lot better than the English translation

suggestions:

Auwserfspülkopf = ejector flushing head

Ramspüldopf = percussion flushing head


    Reference: http://www.simongruppe.de/eng/k2/k2_list8.1_manuell.html
Ken Cox
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