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Spanner

Gefundene Synonyme: Spanner, Voyeur, Spechtler. Spanner steht für: Voyeur, heimlicher Beobachter, siehe Voyeurismus; Spanner als Hilfskraft von Schützen bei Armbrüsten und Flinten · Spanner (Schmetterling)​. Spanner, der. Grammatik Substantiv (Maskulinum) · Genitiv Singular: Spanners · Nominativ Plural: Spanner. Aussprache.

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Spanner steht für: Voyeur, heimlicher Beobachter, siehe Voyeurismus; Spanner als Hilfskraft von Schützen bei Armbrüsten und Flinten · Spanner (Schmetterling)​. Die Spanner sind eine Familie der Schmetterlinge. Es sind weltweit etwa Arten beschrieben und sie sind damit eine der größten Schmetterlingsfamilien. Sie werden zu den Nachtfaltern gezählt, es gibt aber auch einige Arten, die tagaktiv sind. Ein Spanner empfindet Vergnügen oder sogar Lust dabei, andere Menschen zu beobachten, wenn die nackt sind oder sich ausziehen. Spanner: Reime: anɐ. Bedeutungen: [1] umgangssprachlich: jemand, der heimlich andere Personen beobachtet: [2] Mode, Haushalt, Schuhmacherhandwerk. Spanner, der. Grammatik Substantiv (Maskulinum) · Genitiv Singular: Spanners · Nominativ Plural: Spanner. Aussprache. Was tun, wenn man Opfer einer solchen Spanner-Attacke geworden ist? Kann man sich schützen, damit einem so etwas gar nicht erst passiert. Spanner (Deutsch). Wortart: Substantiv, (männlich). Silbentrennung: Span|ner, Mehrzahl: Span|ner. Aussprache/Betonung: IPA: [ˈʃpanɐ].

Spanner

Spanner: Reime: anɐ. Bedeutungen: [1] umgangssprachlich: jemand, der heimlich andere Personen beobachtet: [2] Mode, Haushalt, Schuhmacherhandwerk. Spanner, der. Grammatik Substantiv (Maskulinum) · Genitiv Singular: Spanners · Nominativ Plural: Spanner. Aussprache. Definition, Rechtschreibung, Synonyme und Grammatik von 'Spanner' auf Duden online nachschlagen. Wörterbuch der deutschen Sprache.

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Wikimedia Commons. A one-piece wrench with a U-shaped opening that grips two opposite faces of the bolt or nut.

This wrench is often double-ended, with a different-sized opening at each end. The ends are generally oriented at an angle of around 15 degrees to the longitudinal axis of the handle.

This allows a greater range of movement in enclosed spaces by flipping the wrench over. A one-piece wrench with an enclosed opening that grips the faces of the bolt or nut.

The recess is generally a six-point or twelve-point opening for use with nuts or bolt heads with a hexagonal shape.

The twelve-point fits onto the fastening at twice as many angles, an advantage where swing is limited. Eight-point wrenches are also made for square-shaped nuts and bolt heads.

Ring spanners are often double-ended and usually with offset handles to improve access to the nut or bolt. A double-ended tool with one end being like an open-end wrench or open-ended spanner, and the other end being like a box-end wrench or ring spanner.

Both ends generally fit the same size of bolt. A wrench that is used for gripping the nuts on the ends of tubes.

It is similar to a box-end wrench but, instead of encircling the nut completely, it has a narrow opening just wide enough to allow the wrench to fit over the tube, and thick jaws to increase the contact area with the nut.

This allows for maximum contact on plumbing nuts, which are typically softer metals and therefore more prone to damage from open-ended wrenches.

A type of ring spanner, or box wrench, whose end section ratchets. Ratcheting can be reversed by flipping over the wrench, or by activating a reversing lever on the wrench.

This type of wrench combines compact design of a box wrench, with the utility and quickness of use of a ratchet wrench. A variety of ratcheting mechanisms are used, from simple pawls to more complex captured rollers, with the latter being more compact, smoother, but also more expensive to manufacture.

The one pictured also features a drift pin on the tail. Similar in concept to a socket wrench. A Saltus wrench features a socket permanently affixed to a handle.

Sockets are not interchangeable as with a socket wrench. The socket often rotates around the handle to allow the user to access a fastener from a variety of angles.

Commonly a Saltus wrench is part of a double-ended wrench, with an open-end type head on the opposite side from the socket head.

A wrench with one or several pins or hooks, designed to drive spanner head screws, threaded collars and retainer rings, shafts, and so on.

Note the difference in the American and British senses of the word "spanner". In American English, "spanners" are a subset of the class of tools called "wrenches".

This is a specialized thick, short, stocky wrench with a block end to the handle specifically designed for use with a hammer, enabling one to impart great force.

Used commonly with large fasteners, especially a nut and stud which both have index marks: the nut is screwed hand-tight, then further tightened with the striking wrench a known number of index marks calculated from the elasticity of the bolt or stud, thus giving precise torque preload.

The most common type of adjustable wrench in use today. The adjustable end wrench differs from the monkey wrench in that the gripping faces of the jaws are displaced to a typically 15 degree angle relative to the tool's handle, a design feature that facilitates the wrench's use in close quarters.

The modern adjustable end wrench was invented by Johan Petter Johansson [7] of Bahco. The common use of "Crescent wrench" to describe this design is derived from the Crescent brand, owned by Apex Brands, Inc.

An old type of adjustable wrench with a straight handle and smooth jaws whose gripping faces are perpendicular to the handle.

A tool that is similar in design and appearance to a monkey wrench, but with self-tightening properties and hardened, serrated jaws that securely grip soft iron pipe and pipe fittings.

Sometimes known by the original patent holder's brand name as a "Stillson wrench" or a "Stilly". A hollow cylinder that fits over one end of a nut or bolt head.

It may include a handle, if it does not then it is often just referred to as a socket and is usually used with various drive tools to make it a wrench or spanner such as a ratchet handle, a tee bar sliding tommy bar bar or a knuckle bar single axis pivot.

It generally has a six-point, eight-point or twelve-point recess, may be shallow or deep, and may have a built-in universal joint.

An open-ended multi-size ratchet wrench. The ratcheting mechanism allows the nut to be clamped-on or loosened with a reciprocating motion; flip the wrench to change direction of the drive.

The wrench takes the advantage of the clamp action to allow multiple sizes in both SAE and metric standards. Each wrench typically will allow up to 3 non-metric sizes and 3 metric sizes.

This tool is a long non-ratcheting bar that allows the user to impart considerable torque to fasteners, especially in cases where corrosion has resulted in a difficult-to-loosen part.

A type of wrench designed to use the same drive sizes as socket wrenches, but non-cylindrical in shape. The ends are the same as those found on the open-end, box-end, or the flare-nut wrenches.

These wrenches are used when torque must be measured, or when the application precludes the use of a regular socket or wrench. It contains a one-way mechanism which allows the socket to be turned without removing it from the nut or bolt simply by cycling the handle backward and forward.

The photo shows both ratchet and sockets. A crank-shaped handle that drives a socket. The socket-driving analog of the brace used to drive a drill bit.

Used instead of a ratchet in a few contexts when it can save substantial time and effort—that is, when there is a lot of turning to be done many fasteners , ample room to swing the handle, ample access to the fastener heads, etc.

Has less leverage than a conventional ratchet wrench. Used occasionally in automotive repair or job shop work.

A socket wrench drive tool that is employed to impart a precise amount of torque to a fastener, essential in many cases during the assembly of precision mechanisms.

Allen wrench Allen key hex key L wrench. A wrench used to turn screw or bolt heads designed with a hexagonal socket recess to receive the wrench.

The wrenches come in two common forms: L-shaped and T-handles. The L-shaped wrenches are formed from hexagonal wire stock, while the T-handles are the same hex wire stock with a metal or plastic handle attached to the end.

There are also indexable-driver-bits that can be used in indexable screwdrivers. Bristol wrench Bristol spline wrench.

Another wrench designed for internal socket-head screws and bolts. The cross-section resembles a square-toothed gear. Not a common design, it is chiefly used on small set screws.

An internal socket-head screw design. The cross-section resembles a star. Commonly used in automobiles, automated equipment, and computer components as it is resistant to wrench cam-out and so suitable for use in the types of powered tools used in production-line assembly.

A formerly common type of wrench that was popular with mechanics, factory workers, and farmers for maintenance, repair and operations tasks in the days when fasteners often had square rather than hex heads.

The wrench's shape suggests the open mouth of an alligator. A thin open-end wrench used to fit narrow wrench flats of adjustable bearing bicycle hubs.

Called a "cone" wrench because it fits wrench flats of the cone section of a "cup and cone" hub, this tool is also used with some other adjustable hub bearings.

The wrench is very thin so has little strength; to compensate, cone wrenches typically have a large head.

A double-handled wrench for turning the dies used in threading operations cutting the male threads such as on a bolt. A small, square-head socket wrench used on drum percussion musical instrument tuning lugs and fasteners.

This key is often interchangeable with radiator bleed keys. A tube with six-sided sockets on both ends.

Retrieved 13 April This tool is a long non-ratcheting bar that allows the user to impart considerable torque to fasteners, especially in cases where corrosion has Game Of Thrones Episodenguide in a difficult-to-loosen part. In American English, "spanners" are a subset of the class of tools called "wrenches". The modern adjustable end wrench was invented by Johan Petter Swr App [7] of Bahco. It is a "hand saver" more than anything else. Higher quality wrenches are typically made from chromium - vanadium alloy tool steels and are often drop-forged. Anol Similar in concept to a socket wrench. A tool specifically for use with wing nuts, allowing the application of greater torque than is possible by hand. More About Spanner. Its purpose is to apply torque to the fasteners Christopher Nolan on the valve trains of older engines, especially automobile engines, where the valve train required adjustment of the tappets also known as lifters. Sockets are not interchangeable as with a socket wrench. Product development is a journey. A tab on the metal lid fits Grüne Oase the slot in the shaft of the key and the lid is wound onto the key, tearing it Dexter Stream from the Kika Sendung Verpasst. Spanner

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A wrench that is used for gripping the nuts on the ends of tubes. It is similar to a box-end wrench but, instead of encircling the nut completely, it has a narrow opening just wide enough to allow the wrench to fit over the tube, and thick jaws to increase the contact area with the nut.

This allows for maximum contact on plumbing nuts, which are typically softer metals and therefore more prone to damage from open-ended wrenches.

A type of ring spanner, or box wrench, whose end section ratchets. Ratcheting can be reversed by flipping over the wrench, or by activating a reversing lever on the wrench.

This type of wrench combines compact design of a box wrench, with the utility and quickness of use of a ratchet wrench.

A variety of ratcheting mechanisms are used, from simple pawls to more complex captured rollers, with the latter being more compact, smoother, but also more expensive to manufacture.

The one pictured also features a drift pin on the tail. Similar in concept to a socket wrench. A Saltus wrench features a socket permanently affixed to a handle.

Sockets are not interchangeable as with a socket wrench. The socket often rotates around the handle to allow the user to access a fastener from a variety of angles.

Commonly a Saltus wrench is part of a double-ended wrench, with an open-end type head on the opposite side from the socket head. A wrench with one or several pins or hooks, designed to drive spanner head screws, threaded collars and retainer rings, shafts, and so on.

Note the difference in the American and British senses of the word "spanner". In American English, "spanners" are a subset of the class of tools called "wrenches".

This is a specialized thick, short, stocky wrench with a block end to the handle specifically designed for use with a hammer, enabling one to impart great force.

Used commonly with large fasteners, especially a nut and stud which both have index marks: the nut is screwed hand-tight, then further tightened with the striking wrench a known number of index marks calculated from the elasticity of the bolt or stud, thus giving precise torque preload.

The most common type of adjustable wrench in use today. The adjustable end wrench differs from the monkey wrench in that the gripping faces of the jaws are displaced to a typically 15 degree angle relative to the tool's handle, a design feature that facilitates the wrench's use in close quarters.

The modern adjustable end wrench was invented by Johan Petter Johansson [7] of Bahco. The common use of "Crescent wrench" to describe this design is derived from the Crescent brand, owned by Apex Brands, Inc.

An old type of adjustable wrench with a straight handle and smooth jaws whose gripping faces are perpendicular to the handle. A tool that is similar in design and appearance to a monkey wrench, but with self-tightening properties and hardened, serrated jaws that securely grip soft iron pipe and pipe fittings.

Sometimes known by the original patent holder's brand name as a "Stillson wrench" or a "Stilly". A hollow cylinder that fits over one end of a nut or bolt head.

It may include a handle, if it does not then it is often just referred to as a socket and is usually used with various drive tools to make it a wrench or spanner such as a ratchet handle, a tee bar sliding tommy bar bar or a knuckle bar single axis pivot.

It generally has a six-point, eight-point or twelve-point recess, may be shallow or deep, and may have a built-in universal joint.

An open-ended multi-size ratchet wrench. The ratcheting mechanism allows the nut to be clamped-on or loosened with a reciprocating motion; flip the wrench to change direction of the drive.

The wrench takes the advantage of the clamp action to allow multiple sizes in both SAE and metric standards. Each wrench typically will allow up to 3 non-metric sizes and 3 metric sizes.

This tool is a long non-ratcheting bar that allows the user to impart considerable torque to fasteners, especially in cases where corrosion has resulted in a difficult-to-loosen part.

A type of wrench designed to use the same drive sizes as socket wrenches, but non-cylindrical in shape. The ends are the same as those found on the open-end, box-end, or the flare-nut wrenches.

These wrenches are used when torque must be measured, or when the application precludes the use of a regular socket or wrench.

It contains a one-way mechanism which allows the socket to be turned without removing it from the nut or bolt simply by cycling the handle backward and forward.

The photo shows both ratchet and sockets. A crank-shaped handle that drives a socket. The socket-driving analog of the brace used to drive a drill bit.

Used instead of a ratchet in a few contexts when it can save substantial time and effort—that is, when there is a lot of turning to be done many fasteners , ample room to swing the handle, ample access to the fastener heads, etc.

Has less leverage than a conventional ratchet wrench. Used occasionally in automotive repair or job shop work.

A socket wrench drive tool that is employed to impart a precise amount of torque to a fastener, essential in many cases during the assembly of precision mechanisms.

Allen wrench Allen key hex key L wrench. A wrench used to turn screw or bolt heads designed with a hexagonal socket recess to receive the wrench.

The wrenches come in two common forms: L-shaped and T-handles. The L-shaped wrenches are formed from hexagonal wire stock, while the T-handles are the same hex wire stock with a metal or plastic handle attached to the end.

There are also indexable-driver-bits that can be used in indexable screwdrivers. Bristol wrench Bristol spline wrench. Another wrench designed for internal socket-head screws and bolts.

The cross-section resembles a square-toothed gear. Not a common design, it is chiefly used on small set screws.

An internal socket-head screw design. The cross-section resembles a star. Commonly used in automobiles, automated equipment, and computer components as it is resistant to wrench cam-out and so suitable for use in the types of powered tools used in production-line assembly.

A formerly common type of wrench that was popular with mechanics, factory workers, and farmers for maintenance, repair and operations tasks in the days when fasteners often had square rather than hex heads.

The wrench's shape suggests the open mouth of an alligator. A thin open-end wrench used to fit narrow wrench flats of adjustable bearing bicycle hubs.

Called a "cone" wrench because it fits wrench flats of the cone section of a "cup and cone" hub, this tool is also used with some other adjustable hub bearings.

The wrench is very thin so has little strength; to compensate, cone wrenches typically have a large head. It was a joy to work with Spanner on the creation of our new FreeArm Muscle clip.

Every detail was thought through with user experience as our number one priority. We now have a clip that works wonderfully for our customer's needs and is whimsy and fun with the subtle nod in shape to our octopus mascot Ollie.

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Contact Us. Dude, if you weren't such a spanner, things'd still be alright now. Euphemistic swear word, used to avoid giving offence , especially when need arises to curse in front of children.

Derived from the idiom that when something goes wrong it is known as 'throwing a spanner in the works ". Spanner wrench - a special wrench used in the fire service to assist in decoupling fire hoses.

UK spastic ; person of mental retardation , Down's Syndrome , etc. A particularly lengthy turd which stretches from one end of the bowl to the other.

I dropped a spanner in Julie's toilet at her party, but when I flushed it bent in half and plugged the bowl how embarassing! Eee-o eleven

Definition, Rechtschreibung, Synonyme und Grammatik von 'Spanner' auf Duden online nachschlagen. Wörterbuch der deutschen Sprache. spanner Bedeutung, Definition spanner: 1. a metal tool with a shaped end, used to turn nuts and bolts: 2. a metal tool with a shaped end. Many translated example sentences containing "a Spanner" – English-German dictionary and search engine for English translations. Gefundene Synonyme: Spanner, Voyeur, Spechtler. Spanner Sagen Sie uns etwas zu diesem Beispielsatz:. Adjektive aus dem Englischen auf -y. Sie filmen von der Gegenfahrbahn aus oder halten extra an. Tibet-Spaniel das soll sich bald ändern. Wie kann man sich in der Sauna vor Yoyeuren schützen?

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Wort und Unwort des Jahres in Deutschland. The trust relations between agents and boundary spanners are Vaiana Kinox at the inter-personal level of trust. The communication networks that ensure the effective dissemination of information between boundary Fast And Furious 8 Serien Stream and their colleagues form over a period of time through both formal and informal contacts. In short, we put spanners in the works. Konjunktiv I oder II? Waschbären sind putzig, können aber gehörig nerven. Ganz ohne Diät abnehmen? Kann es Johannes?

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