Szaber

English translation: welding spatter scraper

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Polish term or phrase:Szaber
English translation:welding spatter scraper
Entered by: Frank Szmulowicz, Ph. D.

10:17 Oct 8, 2018
Polish to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Metallurgy / Casting / welding
Polish term or phrase: Szaber
Kontekst: Spoiny oraz powierzchnie przyległe należy czyścić z pozostałości żużla oraz luźno i słabo przyczepnych odprysków spawalniczych za pomocą pneumatycznych młotków do tego przystosowanych lub „szabrami”.
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Local time: 04:35
welding spatter scraper
Explanation:
From German "schaben" - to scrape, zeskrobywać.

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What is the secret to our welding scrapers?

It can be a struggle once you have welded to clean up the spatter. Or after using a torch it can be hard to clean up all the rough edges. Our company has created this tool from experience to help you with cleaning up that nasty weld spatter. It used to be that you would look over your shoulder for a random piece of something to scrape off your weld spatter or slag. We have even heard of people using an old leaf spring from a truck. That is a thing of the past now.

Matrix Scraper
Handle: The handle is solid steel measuring 1 and 1/4 inch in diameter. This gives you the punch you need to remove that hard to get stuff. We have all used a putty knife and there is not any weight to it. Our handles weigh 2 pounds and will give you the weight to slide right through that welding spatter. You will love it.
Blade: The blade is 1/8 inch thick and 3 inches wide. No need to spend the time trying to sharpen a new edge. There are four sides to a single blade that you can use. Just flip it over and when you need a new edge, then turn it around and use the other two sides. You get four times the use out of one blade.
http://www.matrixscraper.com/
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United States
Local time: 22:35
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welding spatter scraper


Explanation:
From German "schaben" - to scrape, zeskrobywać.

cccccc
What is the secret to our welding scrapers?

It can be a struggle once you have welded to clean up the spatter. Or after using a torch it can be hard to clean up all the rough edges. Our company has created this tool from experience to help you with cleaning up that nasty weld spatter. It used to be that you would look over your shoulder for a random piece of something to scrape off your weld spatter or slag. We have even heard of people using an old leaf spring from a truck. That is a thing of the past now.

Matrix Scraper
Handle: The handle is solid steel measuring 1 and 1/4 inch in diameter. This gives you the punch you need to remove that hard to get stuff. We have all used a putty knife and there is not any weight to it. Our handles weigh 2 pounds and will give you the weight to slide right through that welding spatter. You will love it.
Blade: The blade is 1/8 inch thick and 3 inches wide. No need to spend the time trying to sharpen a new edge. There are four sides to a single blade that you can use. Just flip it over and when you need a new edge, then turn it around and use the other two sides. You get four times the use out of one blade.
http://www.matrixscraper.com/

Frank Szmulowicz, Ph. D.
United States
Local time: 22:35
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in PolishPolish
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