Technical Translations

Safety data sheets, operating instructions, instruction manuals, product data sheets... Given the complexity of technical and scientific translations, care, precision and in-depth knowledge of the sector are essential, whatever the industry concerned (mechanical engineering, engineering, aeronautics, aerospace, transport, IT, etc.). This is why, at Alphatrad UK, we provide you with translators who are specialists in the field of activity targeted by the translation, and who are able to master all the terminologies and subtleties, for a flawless translation.

 

technical manuals translate
Technical manuals are documents containing instructions to help users understand how a product or device works. The manuals are used by our customers in industries such as engineering, medicine and computer science.
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Creating and translating technical documentation
Today, most products come with technical documents to assist the buyer with installation, use, and maintenance. In addition to the mandatory instructions required by law, customers want detailed instructions that can answer common questions about the product in a few minutes and help with minor problems without having to contact the manufacturer directly. Clear wording and well-structured sections make it easier to find the information users are looking for, and short presentations and sample applications are easy ways to make a user feel at ease.
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Nuclear energy industry & translation
Most people associate Chernobyl and Fukushima with the biggest nuclear power plant accidents in history and the consequences of the disasters are still being felt today. Although more and more alternative energy provision options are being proposed, nuclear reactors are still indispensable energy suppliers. But which countries have operational reactors and where are most of them located?  
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translations of mechanical engineering documents
The mechanical engineering sector continues to be an important export sector for many European countries. Manufacturers are obliged to provide important documents such as safety sheets, manuals, and operating instructions for their own subsidiaries and customers abroad in their respective national language.   Technical translations must be free of errors The mechanical engineering industry is highly competitive – communication and translation errors can have consequences.
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Translations in civil engineering and architecture
On an almost daily basis, new buildings shoot up, listed buildings are restored, or smaller constructions expanded. A variety of norms and standards are involved in the implementation of large projects like this, all of which will already have been considered at the tendering stage. International shareholders and companies operating across borders must be equipped for this.
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Agricultural engineering translation services
Agricultural engineering is a specialised industry and covers a number of areas which require years of academic learning teamed with ongoing professional development and experience. For those working in the global arena, agricultural engineering can take them to different parts of the world and with this travel requirement often comes the need for fast and accurate translation.  
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Solar Wind Energy Translations UK
Across Europe, home and business owners are switching in their thousands to renewable energy sources such as solar and wind. There are attractive offers being made for those who convert in some countries, the chance to save money on utility bills and the environmental issue of reducing energy consumption and the opportunity to move partly or wholly off-grid. Whilst the equipment being sold to those who make the move to renewable energy may seem to be being supplied by companies in various EU countries, their source is now usually much further afield.
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Translation errors result in plants failing and major financial losses. The German Chamber of Industry and Commerce claims that exports grew by 6 per cent in 2013. The tapping of foreign markets is often prepared over many years, but apparent details are often overlooked or approached only too late. For instance, many companies fail to consider that translations are needed of their website, newsletters and their technical documentation of the relevant products.
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good translations
Today, globalisation is without doubt reaching its peak. With the exponential development of the Southern Hemisphere countries (led by India, China and Brazil) and the economic difficulties encountered in the West (European Union and the United States), the world is entering a new era characterised by a major upheaval in its economic centres. Governments and the richest companies (multinationals) are therefore having to adapt to the new global economic situation, particularly as relocation brings with it a need for worldwide understanding.
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