Roofing terms / dictionary

English translation: Svensk-engelsk byggordbok

14:25 Dec 3, 2003
Swedish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering / Roofing / Tak / Hus AMA
Swedish term or phrase: Roofing terms / dictionary
Does anybody know of a dictionary of roofing terms from SWEDISH to English or other way!? Having problems with some words.
Mark Boardman
English translation:Svensk-engelsk byggordbok
Explanation:
published by Tekniska nomenklaturcentralen and AB Svensk Byggtjänst - can be purchased at Svensk Byggtjänst in Stockholm

Otherwise and according to the dictionary:
bräddavlopp - overflow
krönplåt - ridge sheet
lövsil - leaf strainer
fotränna - gutter
ränndalsfack - valley frame
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Catherine Brix
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Many thanks for your help and the tip as to where top purchase the book. Mark
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Svensk-engelsk byggordbok


Explanation:
published by Tekniska nomenklaturcentralen and AB Svensk Byggtjänst - can be purchased at Svensk Byggtjänst in Stockholm

Otherwise and according to the dictionary:
bräddavlopp - overflow
krönplåt - ridge sheet
lövsil - leaf strainer
fotränna - gutter
ränndalsfack - valley frame

Catherine Brix
Local time: 08:43
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Many thanks for your help and the tip as to where top purchase the book. Mark
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