sobre-revolución de equipos

English translation: overrevving/over-revving equipment

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Spanish term or phrase:sobre-revolución de equipos
English translation:overrevving/over-revving equipment
Entered by: schmetterlich

03:21 Jun 11, 2018
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Tech/Engineering - Mining & Minerals / Gems
Spanish term or phrase: sobre-revolución de equipos
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Como parte de los compromisos asumidos en los IGA se indica que se busca evitar forzar los motores o incrementar la sobre-revolución de los equipos y maquinarias mineras, por velocidad o pendientes pronunciadas, evitando así el aumento del efecto sonoro.

One of the commitments assumed in the IGAs seeks to avoid forcing engines or increasing the over-revolution? of mine equipment and machineries...

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schmetterlich
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overrevving/over-revving equipment
Explanation:
The word "over-revving" sounds slightly informal to me, but I can't think of any other word that fits.

In the following dictionary entry, there is no hyphen, but "overrevving" looks a bit jumbled to my eye, so I'd tend to go with "over-revving" instead.

overrev
Verb
(third-person singular simple present overrevs, present participle overrevving, simple past and past participle overrevved)

To rev (an engine or vehicle) too much.

http://www.yourdictionary.com/overrev
overrevving
Verb
Present participle of overrev.

http://www.yourdictionary.com/overrevving
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overrevving/over-revving equipment


Explanation:
The word "over-revving" sounds slightly informal to me, but I can't think of any other word that fits.

In the following dictionary entry, there is no hyphen, but "overrevving" looks a bit jumbled to my eye, so I'd tend to go with "over-revving" instead.

overrev
Verb
(third-person singular simple present overrevs, present participle overrevving, simple past and past participle overrevved)

To rev (an engine or vehicle) too much.

http://www.yourdictionary.com/overrev
overrevving
Verb
Present participle of overrev.

http://www.yourdictionary.com/overrevving

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Reference information:
DESCRIPTION SlopeAlert is a reliable, low cost solution for determining inrange and out of range tilt conditions. Originally designed for off-road, in-motion vehicles and equipment that operate in high vibration/shock, rough terrain environments, it is well suited for any application where tilt angle needs to be limited.
Two of the most common applications for this warning device:
1) to help prevent vehicle or equipment rollover on steep slopes; and
2) to aid track vehicles that need protection for over rotation while in motion, especially in rough terrain.
Connected to a lamp, horn, or solenoid relay, this compact single or dual axis unit can indicate both safe and unsafe conditions as well as provide a control signal to help prevent equipment over rotation.
[…]

http://riekerinc.com/Electronic-Inclinometers/SlopeAlert-PDF...

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neutral  Robert Carter: Hi, Lorena. That's an interesting angle I hadn't thought of, but I do think this is is probably about a commitment not to over-rev engines, etc., to avoid noise pollution ("evitando así el aumento del efecto sonoro").
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