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    Figures, Connection

    HELLO EVERYONE,



    THE FOLLOWING IS TAKEN FROM BSH GLASS DOOR REQUIREMENTS CLAUSES. THERE ARE TWO SENTENCES I WOULD LIKE YOU TO EXPLAIN HERE?



    4.1 Continuous door test as per PS 1 709 918 168


    The connection for the continuous test is to the handle.


    There should be no damage apparent on the door after continuous testing.


    Splintering in the area of the handle joint is forbidden.


    The adhesion of the insulated glass unit on the aluminum frame must be in order.


    The function must be in order


    Lift figures as per PS 5700 000 033 707



    WHAT DOES THE UNDERLINED PART MEAN HERE?



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    The connection for the continuous test is to the handle.

    I think 'connection' here means the point of application of load( in the form of force/vibration/impact, etc) to the door to be tested.

    Building products are normally subjected to simulated tests in the lab whereby lab equipments are used to simulate normal conditions of wear & tear, impact, loadings which are continuously applied to a sample to be tested.

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    Re: Figures, Connection

    Quote Originally Posted by tedtmc View Post
    The connection for the continuous test is to the handle.

    I think 'connection' here means the point of application of load( in the form of force/vibration/impact, etc) to the door to be tested.

    Building products are normally subjected to simulated tests in the lab whereby lab equipments are used to simulate normal conditions of wear & tear, impact, loadings which are continuously applied to a sample to be tested.

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    MANY THANKS FOR YOUR KIND REPLY!
    CAN I UNDERSTAND THE SENTENCE THIS WAY?
    THE PLACE WHICH CONNECTS THE HANDLE AND THE DOOR BODY SHOULD BEAR CONTINUOUS TESTS?
    AND DOES CONTINUOUS HERE MEAN 持久?

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    Re: Figures, Connection

    Hi! It is online etiquette to don't capitalize all your words. If not, that means you are shouting. No hard feeling.

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    Re: Figures, Connection

    THE PLACE WHICH CONNECTS THE HANDLE AND THE DOOR BODY SHOULD BEAR CONTINUOUS TESTS?
    AND DOES CONTINUOUS HERE MEAN 持久?

    I'd prefer to put this way:
    Testing is carried by applying force/vibration to the door panel via/through the door handle.

    continuous - non-stop, sustained(over a period of time, the proper term is 'accelerated test' I think)

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    Re: Figures, Connection

    It is online etiquette to don't capitalize all your words.

    not to

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    Quote Originally Posted by tedtmc View Post
    It is online etiquette to don't capitalize all your words.

    not to
    Thank you very much. Please keep correcting me any time at your convenience.

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    I will. Not that I don't make mistakes myself.

    Please keep correcting me any time at your convenience.
    whenever you notice my mistakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tedtmc View Post
    I will. Not that I don't make mistakes myself.



    whenever you notice my mistakes.
    I think I will improve my English quickly if you are often around me.

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