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Help! Translate Technical English To Normal English

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#1 anara8


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Posted 17 November 2021 - 01:00 PM

Hello everyone !


I am not an engineer. I am a translator, and I need assistance in converting the technical language to normal English! anybody?! please!!!


Below bold and underlined is what I am having problems to translate. 


If anybody can help putting these to a normal english you will make really good karma  :)  :)  :)  

I would be very very very grateful !!!


First hydrogen compressors equipped with new reinforced impeller in service after TAD with good performance.

On 19/5, damage of membranes on electrolyzers E/F due to overpressure of H2/Cl2 during decommissioning of electrolyzers, as non-respect of the operational procedure; affected elements were replaced by others equipped with old membranes.

Stop of electrolysis on 30/6 (45h) for replacement of the chlorine dry filter; the cause of clogging was not enough flow of water in the flushing of the wet filter (the injector orifice was adjusted).


#2 jayari


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Posted 17 November 2021 - 01:44 PM

E/F - based on context I would guess these are the unit names for the electrolyzers.

H2/Cl2 - refers to hydrogen and chlorine gas by their atomic nomenclature

on 30/6 (45h) - this is pure speculation on my part but I think it means on the 30th of June after 45 hours of accumulated run time


You should really try to find the source material author or a related colleague since technical information from what seems like a troubleshooting log could be fairly idiosyncratic. 

#3 anara8


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Posted 18 November 2021 - 12:58 AM



thank you sooooooooooooooooo much ! I really appreciate a lot!!! 


thank you!!!!!!

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