Technical Translations

  • Expert translators
  • Stringent quality assurance
  • Compliance with international standards

Translating Technical Documentation

What is commonly referred to as Technical Translations is in reality a vast range of different fields. In a typical months we translate documents as diverse as manuals for automotive accessories, consumer electronics, injection molding machines, grinding machines, electrical engineering and many other fields.

Expert Translators

There is of course no single translator who could cover all these fields equally well. For each project we therefore assign translators who specialize in exactly that field and have the necessary technical background and translation experience.

Quality Standards

All of our translators go through an in-house accreditation process, and we have a stringent quality assurance process in place to continuously ensure that our work meets the highest professional standards. This covers both linguistic quality and quality of our business processes. Read more about Translation Quality.

Compliance with international norms

The process of creating and publishing technical documentation is regulated by a host of international norms, especially in Europe, where manufacturers are required to provide manuals and other documents in accordance with the EU Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC. Other applicable norms include the American standard for presenting safety information ANSI Z535 and ISO 12100 for safety of machinery. These standards include specific provisions on the translation process. At Orange Translations we understand these requirements and are able to provide translations that ensure your compliance with these norms. [more]

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Further reading (external link):
Ten Steps to Make Your Technical Translation Project a Success
by Dorothee Racette
Featured Article (July 2012)


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  • ATA - American Translators Association
  • CATI - Carolina Association of Translators and Interpreters
  • ALC - Association of Language Companies