Translation of flange in Spanish:

flange

pestaña, n.

Pronunciation: /flændʒ//flan(d)ʒ/

noun

  • 1

    Railways
    (on wheel) pestaña feminine
    (on rail) cabeza feminine
    • Saturn engineers initially viewed the pinch-weld flanges beneath the rocker panels as an excellent place to trim weight.
    • Beam flanges became the rail for the trolley rigs but the beams also supported damaged roof arches during their restoration.
    • Attach the remaining short flange, then flip the flanges right side up and press along the seams.
    • He explained that a tie joist is on the column line with both flanges attached, contributing to the stiffness of the frame.
    • Tiffs grease is applied to the rail curves or train wheels to reduce noise and wear on wheel flanges.
    • The hulls and decks are joined on an inward flange and are securely bolted together through an aluminum toe rail.
    • The hull and deck is joined at an overlapping flange with sealant and bolts on 12-inch centers.
    • It now sports a mismatched set of pony wheels, after a flange on a previous pair let go.
    • Grab bars usually are attached to the wall by flanges, each with three screws.
    • The deck and hull are through bolted on an inward flange and structural knees and bulkheads are securely attached.
    • Finally, they lay mesh over the flanges, position it above the plywood forms, and cast concrete on top.
    • Some package designs, particularly those incorporating centrally located flanges or reclosable lids, require forming of the top web in addition to the bottom web.
    • To ease rolling it around, the wheels have no flanges.
    • However, at the building's lower levels, the flanges are pointed inward to prevent accidental damage.
    • Position the floor flange so that the underside of the flange is at the level of the finished floor.
    • So, the notion of fireproof expanded to include noncombustible materials that did not conduct heat, which could distort flanges or other crucial components.
    • He also notes, ‘We went from a flat flange to a tough design with a specified insertion force with very tight tolerancing.’
    • Further forward, the wreck is flat to the seabed, just a few curved plates rising above the sand, some with flanges and valves projecting.
    • Humble dressmaker details, such as self-welting and a flat flange, are simpler than fussy ruffles.
    • The derailment had happened when the flange of a wheel struck one half of a broken fishplate - a metal plate which holds sections of track together.
  • 2

    Technology Building
    (on pipe) reborde masculine
    (feminine (with masculine article in the singular)) (on girder) ala