roll-off

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roll-off

[′rōl ‚ȯf]
(electronics)
Gradually increasing loss or attenuation with increase or decrease of frequency beyond the substantially flat portion of the amplitude-frequency response characteristic of a system or transducer.
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00 per month and the 2 acre lot yard where roll-offs and trucks are parked and maintained rents for $1200.
Some customers involved in Green Building projects are asking for more than one roll-off and roll-offs that can be labeled so they can do some separating of materials," says Randy.
While attracting across-the-scale street traffic has been a key strategy for the company, Castriota now also manages a growing fleet of trucks and roll-off containers.
Much as with his scrap business, Randy started the roll-off company with a modest investment--one roll-off truck and one dump truck--but with large goals.
Distribute and make on-board scales for recycling and refuse applications--forklifts, roll-offs, front-end loaders and trailers.
Manufacturer of drawstring bag liners for waste containers such as roll-offs, dump trailers, RR gondolas.
American Roll-Off manufactures single-axle, tandem-axle and tri-axle rolloff hoists for containers from 10 to 26 feet.
Some scrap vendors have been caught stealing weight from companies by putting inflated tare weights on containers ranging from drums, boxes, dump hoppers, luggers, roll-offs, trailers, etc.
We have 40 straight truck roll-offs, 22 straight truck luggers and 143 semi tractors," he says.
Roll-off containers, tractor/ trailers and flatbed trucks equipped with containment systems for the transport of auto hulks are among the most widely used.
The 22-footers have a large share of the market, and roll-off trucks are basically built for them," says Greg Brown, president of Benlee Inc.
Trailers are available in several styles, including roll-off or hoist (and hook-lift-hoist) configurations.