testa saldan. alzata

English translation: welding head, backguard

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Italian term or phrase:testa saldan. alzata
English translation:welding head, backguard
Entered by: Grace Anderson

11:16 Feb 24, 2001
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
Italian term or phrase: testa saldan. alzata
These are all out of context, marked on electrical, pneumatic & cooling diagrams for a welding machine.

testa saldan. alzata

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Lia Fail (X)
Spain
Local time: 02:05
welding head, backguard
Explanation:
Given that you're dealing with a list the "alzata" part could also be a noun. In this case, it would be the guard or plate behind the head.
I would imagine this is the case if your list goes something like:
testa saldante, alzata
testa saldante, cavo
and goes on with other parts of the welding head.
Pretty hard to tell, since there's not much to go on.
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Catherine Bolton
Local time: 02:05
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Thanks CB
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Summary of answers provided
nawelding head, backguard
Catherine Bolton
nawelding head in raised position
Angela Arnone


  

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14 hrs
welding head in raised position


Explanation:
The arm with the welding head on it withdraws from the surface when not welding...
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Angela Arnone
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18 hrs
welding head, backguard


Explanation:
Given that you're dealing with a list the "alzata" part could also be a noun. In this case, it would be the guard or plate behind the head.
I would imagine this is the case if your list goes something like:
testa saldante, alzata
testa saldante, cavo
and goes on with other parts of the welding head.
Pretty hard to tell, since there's not much to go on.


    cb
Catherine Bolton
Local time: 02:05
Native speaker of: English
PRO pts in pair: 1906
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Thanks CB
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