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Brampton's manual roll unloader takes roils of up to 40-in.
and 24:1 or 30:1 L/D, plus Davis-Standard downstream equipment sized for lower output, including embossing roils and surface, turret, or center winders.
The 'Bridge of Hope' is as stable as the massive granite flagstones that form its arch and will stand for as long as the quicksilver brook roils down from the hills beneath it.
It's as if murky roils of brackish cloud, grime, and earth had congealed in varied textures to form the artist's animals, leaky faucets, airplane-dotted skies, moldering furniture, and figures.