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Shearing machines | Raising machines second-hand | Carpet shearing and cloth shearing machines

1 pc. contour cutting machine (carving machine) HOFMANN
(Ref. No. 5247506).
Year of construction ca. 2010. The machine has been used for 15 or 20
hours only and is in good condition. 

1 pc. carpet shearing machine HENRY PAULUS (Ref. No. 5247492).
5000 mm working width, used machine. 

1 pc. table raising machine MÜLLER (Ref. No. 7217386).
2600 mm working width, year of construction 1982, used.
The offer includes the suction.

1 pc. Poltwin shearing machine HERGETH PRS 240 GF
(Ref. No. 5247387).
2400 mm working width, year of construction 1977.
The shearing cylinder has 10 (20) spirals.
The machine includes 1 beater, 2 beater rollers and a heater with suction.

1 pc. shearing machine VOLLENWEIDER TSD-1 (Ref. No. 5247241).
1600 mm working width, year of construction 1971.
The machine is including the suction.
The machine is still in production at present. 

1 pc. shearing machine SUCKER-MÜLLER-HACOBA type MG-5
(Ref. No. 5247229). 2400 mm roller width, year of construction 2000.
400 V, 50 Hz, 182 A. Control voltage 230 / 24 V. 

1 pc. shearing machine for polar fleece GEMATEX (Ref. No. 5247200).
Year of construction 1981. The knife is made by HEUSCH.

1 pc. raising machine for polar fleece XETMA (GEMATEX) Optisystem 6725
(Ref. No. 5247201). 2200 mm working width. Year of construction 1999.
The machine has 24 raising rollers and an electronic control via touch
screen. The suction system is included.

1 pc. raising machine SUCKER MUELLER type Polyfleece TRI 30
(Ref. No. 7217194).
2000 mm working width, year of construction 1996. 

1 pc. shearing machine A. HUNKEMOLLER MASCHINENBAU Switzerland
(Ref. No. 5246998). The offer includes a lot of accessories such a bars,
a suction line etc.
The machine is suitable for shearing and cleaning of cloth, cotton, silk,
embroidered goods, plush, velvet, jute, carpet, coir mats, skins and furs. 

1 pc. contour shearing machine / carving machine  (Ref. No. 5246858).
Driven by compressed air. The machine has never been used. 

1 pc. raising machine SUCKER-MULLER TRI 30 (Ref. No. 7216524).
1800 mm working width, year of construction 1996.
The roller surface width is 2000 mm. 

1 pc. fabric raising machine LAMPERTI (Ref. No. 7216260).
3600 mm working width, year of construction not known, reconditioned
in 1994, used.
The machine operates with sets of rotating and counter rotating cylinders
covered with flexible wire. The speed control is done by PIV drives.
The machine comes with a folder for fabric at the exit.
The scope of supply includes a dust extractor fan, duct work for filter is
not included. 

180 pcs. shearing blades 40 mm for contour cutting machine
OSTER USA  (Ref. No. 6116045).
Never used. The blades were purchased in error in approx. 2008/2009,
therefore these new blades are for sale on the second-hand market.

1 pc. raising line MARIO CROSTA (Ref. No. 7215923).
The line is consisting of:
-4 pcs. raising machines MARIO CROSTA MC 10/36.
1800 mm width, inverters, 36 cylinders reversible.
The year of construction is end of 1989.
-1 pc. shearing machine MARIO CROSTA CMB/D inverters,
2000 mm cylinder width, construction year end of 1990.
With 2 cylinder, also with spare parts and shearing accessories.
-1 pc. butt-end sewing machine DOHLE.
-1 pc. butt-end sewing machine MERRO CL 70 mounted by 
MONTO CUCITRICI TA18-2-Y rail, 1800 mm width. Electrical system
included, 1 needle, 1 sewing-thread complete with accessories. 
The year of construction is 1989.
-1 pc. EFFEDUE dust suction compound plant of construction year 1989.

1 set of spare rollers for raising machine MÜLLER TRI 24
(Ref. No. 7212077).

 

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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 raising machines and shearing machines for textiles, cloth and carpets. We would be pleased to receive your offers and enquiries.

 

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