vernetzt

German translation: reticolato

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Italian term or phrase:vernetzt
German translation:reticolato
Entered by: Maja Farina

18:39 Apr 21, 2005
Italian to German translations [PRO]
Medical - Chemistry; Chem Sci/Eng
Italian term or phrase: vernetzt
*vernetztes* Poliurethan
Maja Farina
Italy
Local time: 01:33
reticolato
Explanation:
Vedi:
... Telocel r è una schiuma tecnica di poliuretano reticolato a base poliestere, con celle completamente aperte. Partendo da lastre di filtro poliuretanico ...
www.tela.it/prodotti/telocel_r.html - 5k -
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Christel Zipfel
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grazie mille!
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Christel Zipfel


  

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reticolato


Explanation:
Vedi:
... Telocel r è una schiuma tecnica di poliuretano reticolato a base poliestere, con celle completamente aperte. Partendo da lastre di filtro poliuretanico ...
www.tela.it/prodotti/telocel_r.html - 5k -

Christel Zipfel
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
PRO pts in category: 20
Grading comment
grazie mille!

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agree  Stefano Asperti: Che velocità! Avevo trovato la stessa risposta e lo stesso link :) Brava!!!
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  -> Grazie, gia' sapevo la risposta...:)

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