Utveckling och tillämpning av en bladbestrykare i laboratorieskala
English translation: Laboratory-scale development and application of a blade coater
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10:12 Mar 4, 2004
Swedish to English translations [PRO] Tech/Engineering - Paper / Paper Manufacturing
Swedish term or phrase:Utveckling och tillämpning av en bladbestrykare i laboratorieskala
A friend working in the paper industry needs the above sentence translated. Accuracy, but also snappiness required(title). Only British English please.
Suggested translation below. Any comments welcome.
"Laboratory Scale Development and Application of a Blade Coater."
Thanks both of you for taking the time to provide exhaustive answers - very much appreciated! The Kudoz points go to urbom seeing their answer fits a British English scenario better. 4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer
Development and application of a blade coater on a laboratory scale
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