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20:07 Jul 25, 2000
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
German term or phrase: see below
These are terms relating to "Bandphosphatierung":
(1) Passivierung, as in "Prozeßschritt Passivierung";"Passivierungsbad";"Problematik des ungleichmäßigen Blaustichs wurde gelöst durch sog. Chemische Passivierung"
(2) Schichtverankerung, as in "bisherige xxx-phosphatierung (einer bestimmten Firma) weist in der Regel schlechtere Schichtverankerung auf."
(3) Unter Zinkphosphatierung: Erneuerungszyklus: 4 wochen (Komplettreinigung inkl. Schlammentfernung): what exactly is meant here by "Schlamm"?
Thanks very much for any help.
Beth Kantus
United States
Local time: 16:25
English translation:1.passivation; chrome plating 2. substrate adhesion; coating adhesion3..slurry, sludge
Explanation:
1.passivation is from Ernst, Dictionary of Engineering and Technology, but only as passiviert=passivated for metal work. The first URL at the bottom describes the process, with chrome treatment,in German, and for English, see the southshoreplating URL.
2.divide into Schicht and verankern, gives coating adhesion. This URL: http://www.southshoreplating.com/pages/Indust.html uses substrate adhesion. The coating adheres to the substrate, so it is technically coating-substrate adhesion.
3.This definition of Schlamm is from Ernst, as in 1.See second URL, also http://www.wurster.net/index.htm for German + English I find sludge used more than slurry in this field.
Incidentally, Band here is =conveyor.
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Nancy Schmeing
Canada
Local time: 16:25
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After some netsearching on my own, I ended up discussing this project with a technical person on the team requesting the translation. I really wasn't sure about Band = conveyor here. As it turned out, Band in this case referred to the steel band used (phosphating of coils). But thanks very much for your help, and especially for the references. Beth :)
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1.passivation; chrome plating 2. substrate adhesion; coating adhesion3..slurry, sludge


Explanation:
1.passivation is from Ernst, Dictionary of Engineering and Technology, but only as passiviert=passivated for metal work. The first URL at the bottom describes the process, with chrome treatment,in German, and for English, see the southshoreplating URL.
2.divide into Schicht and verankern, gives coating adhesion. This URL: http://www.southshoreplating.com/pages/Indust.html uses substrate adhesion. The coating adheres to the substrate, so it is technically coating-substrate adhesion.
3.This definition of Schlamm is from Ernst, as in 1.See second URL, also http://www.wurster.net/index.htm for German + English I find sludge used more than slurry in this field.
Incidentally, Band here is =conveyor.


    Reference: http://www.bloechergmbh.de/phos.htm#bei
    Reference: http://www.galvaonline.com/galvaon/br-abwasser.htm
Nancy Schmeing
Canada
Local time: 16:25
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 328
Grading comment
After some netsearching on my own, I ended up discussing this project with a technical person on the team requesting the translation. I really wasn't sure about Band = conveyor here. As it turned out, Band in this case referred to the steel band used (phosphating of coils). But thanks very much for your help, and especially for the references. Beth :)
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