- British Standard Pipe
Raccord BSPPour les articles homonymes, voir BSP.
Le nom BSP provient de British Standard Pipe (ou British Standard Pipe Thread).
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British Standard Pipe — Whitworth Rohrgewinde, benannt nach Sir Joseph Whitworth, auch British Standard Pipe (BSP), ursprünglich britische Gewindeform für Rohrverschraubungen, die bei Rohrinstallationen in Europa gebräuchlich ist. Es gibt auch Feinschrauben mit… … Deutsch Wikipedia
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standard — n. & adj. n. 1 an object or quality or measure serving as a basis or example or principle to which others conform or should conform or by which the accuracy or quality of others is judged (by present day standards). 2 a the degree of excellence… … Useful english dictionary
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