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English translation: sealed (possibly silanized)

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12:09 Jul 10, 2000
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
German term or phrase: schlussgezogen
This comes from a specification for metal coil and describes the surface, ie phosphated and 'schlussgezogen'
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English translation:sealed (possibly silanized)
Explanation:
I can't be 100% sure without futher context, but it soulds like the application of a sealing (protective)coating. The URL describes silane coating of phosphated surfaces.
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Michael Dollman
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nasealed (possibly silanized)
Michael Dollman
na...drawnEd Colaianni


  

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24 mins
...drawn


Explanation:
"gezogenes Kupfer" is drawn copper



Ed Colaianni
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38 mins
sealed (possibly silanized)


Explanation:
I can't be 100% sure without futher context, but it soulds like the application of a sealing (protective)coating. The URL describes silane coating of phosphated surfaces.


    Reference: http://www.eng.uc.edu/~vs/rp3.html
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