handle roll

han·dle roll

(han'dĕl rōl)
Act of turning the instrument handle slightly between the thumb and index finger to readapt the working-end to the next segment of the tooth.
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Aztech's unwind and rewind modules are single-spindle units that will handle roll diameters of up to 40" and roll widths up to 20".
A full line of Tip Lifts can handle roll widths from 4 to 70 inches and weights up to 2,000 pounds.
The SLC Series can handle roll diameters up to 60 in.
Macro's new surface winders typically handle roll diam.
Electric motor with variable speed control consisting forward and reverse handle rolls down the cloth bundle.
A larger model, the RCR30-50, is also offered to handle rolls from 30 to 50 inches in diameter.
Unlike heavy rubber mats traditionally used in this type of environment, it is available in easy to handle rolls and in specified cut lengths for ease of cleaning and manoeuvrability.
The clamp's fast rotation speed permits quick vertical to bilge transitions, while the unique arm profile allows the clamp to handle rolls in small spaces and tightly stacked aisles.
The product line can handle rolls up to 32 "in diameter, up to 96" in length and weights up to 1,000 pounds.
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Capco roll grinding machines come in three sizes: small (RG series), which handle rolls up to 2000 lb with up to 20" swing and 144" center distance; medium (TT) with 14" through 24" swing and 144" center distance for handling rolls up to 4000 lb; and large (SG) with 30" swing up to 72" center distance and 5 metric ton in size.
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