Carpet overlocking machine

Overlocking machines second hand | Fringing and carpet overlocking machinery

1 pc. fringeing machine to make fringes LAFER (Ref. No. 5187024).
2200 mm working width, year of construction 1984.
Gauge 10. 

2 pcs. overlocking machines for wipes RIMAC S.R.L. ITALY
model SORFILA 4T (Ref. No. 5216924). Year of construction 2005.
The machines are suitable for overlocking of all 4 sides of wiper cloth,
sample materials, table cloth, napkins etc. It can handle round or square
corners. The capacity is approx. 1000 wipes in 8 hours resp. 3 to 4 wipes
per minute at size 300 x 300 mm.
- Automatic cutting from roll.
- Overlocking of all 4 sides.
- Stacking of the finishes products.
- Yarn control. 
Possible dimensions of the wipes:
Approx. min 150 x 150 mm, max. 1000 x 1000 mm.
Programming of approx. 30 programs possible.
220 V, 50-60 Hz, approx. 2000 W. 
Net weight approx. 595 kg. Dimensions approx. 1300 x 4100 mm. 

1 pc. fringeing machine TITAN (Ref. No. 5186641).
The total number of working hours done with the machine is low.
It has been used less than 250 hours in total. 

1 pc. semi automatic fringeing line TANGHE (Ref. No. 5186228).
Incl. 2 pcs. TITAN fringeing machines for the left and right
side of the carpet. With manually operated carpet cutting unit.

1 pc. carpet overlocking machine TITAN (Ref. No. 5186230).
The overlocking width is 6 to 7 mm, depending on yarn.
It can be adjusted to for example 10 mm by changing some small
spare parts and exchanging attrition parts. 

1 pc. automatic overlocking machine TITAN DK 3500
(Ref. No. 5186172).
Year of construction 2001, second-hand.
Previously used for car mats and stair mats. 


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Tornado Textilmaschinen GmbH Import-Export is used textile machinery dealer from Germany / Europe. We offer surplus nonwovens equipment and pre-owned textile machinery for sale. We buy and sell second-hand machines for carpet production such as fringing machines and overlocking machines for carpets. Your offers and enquiries will be appreciated.


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