metanizzati

English translation: connected to natural gas supply

21:17 Mar 30, 2000
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
Italian term or phrase: metanizzati
having to do with the placement of a fuel distribution system (perhaps a pipeline)
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English translation:connected to natural gas supply
Explanation:
or words to that effect... The Italians use this expression to describe a community or area that has been hooked up to the national network of natural gas pipelines (Tanuki) - assuming, of course, that this meaning fits your context.
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naconnected to natural gas supply
dsmith (X)
na"methanized" or "methanated"
Heathcliff
na(natural) gas pipeline
Tanuki (X)


  

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27 mins
(natural) gas pipeline


Explanation:
or gas pipeline, or simply pipeline.


Tanuki (X)
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"methanized" or "methanated"


Explanation:
Both are correct. The purpose of the methanization (or methanation) process is to concentrate or enrich a gas by causing its constituent carbon monoxide (CO) and hydrogen (H) to react on a catalyst, so as to produce methane.


    _Dizionario Tecnico_ (13th ed.), by Giorgio Marolli (Hoepli, 1996)
    _Handbook of Oil Industry Terms & Phrases_, ( 5th ed) , by R.D. Langenkamp (Pennwell, Tulsa, OK, 1994)
Heathcliff
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2 hrs
connected to natural gas supply


Explanation:
or words to that effect... The Italians use this expression to describe a community or area that has been hooked up to the national network of natural gas pipelines (Tanuki) - assuming, of course, that this meaning fits your context.

dsmith (X)
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