Sewing machine

Sewing machines second-hand

1 package of machines from sampling department  (Ref. No. 5218024).
3 pcs. fast sewing machines (2 machines DÜRKOPP-ADLER, 1 machine
1 pc. overlock machine.
1 pc. ironing machine VEIT.
1 pc. ironing press.
1 pc. button whole machine DÜRKOPP-ADLER.
1 pc. button sewing machine DIANA. 

1 pc. multi needle sewing machine KSL type KL950 NE 1200
(Ref. No. 5218017).
2100 mm material pass through, year of construction 1992.
18 sewing units. 18 double thread controls for upper and lower thread.
Seam distance 15 mm. 2 laser marking lights. Hot wire.
Control SIEMENS SPS S5-100. 
The sewing machine has been installed in 1992 and was used for sample
materials only. In the previous production it was used to sew felt lines
with upholstery wadding.

1 pc. shank button (stem button) sewing machine PFAFF KL 3306
(Ref. No. 5217592).
Head only - the table is no longer available. 

1 pc. overlocking machine JUKI type MOG 2516 FF 6-6001
(Ref. No. 5218018). 3 needles.
Extra large stroke (9 mm). Edge cutter.
The machine is in a very good condition and checked. 

7 pcs. overlocking machines RIMOLDI (Ref. No. 5187977).

1 pc. material transport system ETON (Ref. No. 5197892).
Year of construction 2006, second-hand.
Totally two ETON systems for sewing department are available:
1.) One system with 20 working stations.
2.) One system with 28 working stations. 
The offer includes:
- The ETON system for sewing.
- Computer and software. 
The lines are in a very good condition. They have been used for two years

1 pc. sewing machine for fur made by RITTERSHAUSEN
(Ref. No. 5217835). Year of construction approx. 1965.
Pressing plate re-newed.
Motor re-newed in approx. 2012. 

2 pcs. overlock machines PEGASUS (Ref. No. 5217820).
Year of construction 1 x 2004 and 1 x 2007, second-hand. 

1 pc. automatic sewing line for washing gloves (Ref. No. 5217667).
Year of construction 1996, second-hand.
The line is suitable for cutting, sewing, reversing and packing of gloves.
It also includes a label device and a device for cord.
The productivity is approx. 11 pieces per minute. 

1 pc. scallop sewing machine for blankets and similar MERROW 18-E
(Ref. No. 5217603). Year of construction approx. 2000.
The machine has not been used much and is in a very good condition. 

1 pc. 4-sided flat sheet hemming machine (Ref. No. 5217579).
Refurbished in 2014.
The machine is automatic and pulls the fabric, cuts the sides, measures
and makes the four hems. The line has also been programmed to be used
as  panel cutter. Furthermore it includes a small sewing machine for
joining two fabric rolls.
The machine has 4 sewing heads.
A selvedge collection system is not included. 

1 pc. sewing machine PFAFF 483 (Ref. No. 5217494).
With Synchro motor and thread cutter.
220 V. Low energy consumption.
The machine is suitable for seaming table cloth. 

1 pc. double needle sewing machine JUKI LH-3178 (Ref. No. 5217446).
With electronic control.
In the former production the machine was used for sewing hook and loop
tape. The total number of previous working hours is quite low. 

1 pc. electron. band sewing machine ADLER (Ref. No. 5217091).
Including various accessories. 

1 pc. ETON line 2002 (Ref. No. 7195636).
Year of construction 1994, second-hand.
Loading station and storage computer controlled.
The line is installed in two buildings at present and connected to
each other.

1 pc. sewing machine DOHLE 799 / 924 (Ref. No. 5217048).
The machine is mobile. 

2 pcs. festoon machines SANTONI (Ref. No. 5216489).
Year of construction approx. 2002, second-hand.


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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 sewing machines, seaming machines, railway sewing machines, tape edge machines and similar.


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