in Flurebene

Polish translation: tu:na poziomie odniesienia, na poziomie zero

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German term or phrase:in Flurebene
Polish translation:tu:na poziomie odniesienia, na poziomie zero
Entered by: Małgorzata Gardocka

07:37 Nov 30, 2014
German to Polish translations [PRO]
Engineering (general)
German term or phrase: in Flurebene
Z protokołu sprawdzenia wykonania fundamentu prasy:
Erstellung einer Zeichnung mit der Kontur der Presse in Flurebene +- 0,00 und den erforderlichen Aussparungen in der Grabenabdeckung mit Plan P11097-10, zur Weitergabe an .......
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tu:na poziomie odniesienia, na poziomie zero
Explanation:
Podana jest wysokość owej Flurebene (+- 0,00) - chodzi więc o zero budowlane.

Nullebene, Basement - poziom odniesienia, poziom zero, zero budowlane, punkt "0"; najczęściej jest to poziom gotowej posadzki parteru (OK Fertigfußboden des Erdgeschosses), czyli Flurebene.
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tu:na poziomie odniesienia, na poziomie zero


Explanation:
Podana jest wysokość owej Flurebene (+- 0,00) - chodzi więc o zero budowlane.

Nullebene, Basement - poziom odniesienia, poziom zero, zero budowlane, punkt "0"; najczęściej jest to poziom gotowej posadzki parteru (OK Fertigfußboden des Erdgeschosses), czyli Flurebene.

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