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carrello (di porta scorrevole)


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17:33 Jan 16, 2007
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Italian to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Engineering: Industrial / manuale porte scorrevoli
Italian term or phrase: carrello (di porta scorrevole)
Come si chiama in inglese il 'carrello', cioè la parte che scorre sulle guide (slides) sia in terra che in alto, e a cui è collegata la prima anta della porta, che quindi si impacchetta mano a mano che si apre? Il carrello per esempio è anche sulle porte rigide a scrigno (1 sola anta scorrevole, non ripiegate). Non so se per chiarezza posso caricare un'immagine. :) Grazie a tutti !
Laura Concetti
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4carriage, cart, trolley
3track rollerkaty hannan

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carriage, cart, trolley

based on Oxford Paravia Concise

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track roller

this depends on the size and weight of the door- here it seems to be a standard home door ? in which case they have small rollers in a track (guide). However- if this refers to heavy steel doors (such on factories of hangars) you would be better searching for the specific name in google.

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