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

1 pc. shearing machine VOLLENWEIDER (Ref. No. 5248905).
Year of construction estimated to be 1992, second-hand.
With suction WIESSNER type R-630. 

1 pc. shearing and raising line MENSCHNER / SISITG (Ref. No. 5248898).
1800 mm working width (shearing), year of construction 1980 + 1990 +
1992. The line is composed of: 
1. Shearing machine 1 made by MENSCHNER. Construction year 1990.
The machine is consisting of a cleaning resp. raising unit, a cross brush
and a shearing body. A second shearing body is available. 
2. Raising machine 1. Construction year 1980.
The raising machine has a steam cylinder and two heating plates.
For the surface radiation two radiators with each 3 heating elements are
The machine has two raising units and a beater which can be switched to
move into both directions. 
3. Shearing machine 2 made by LEO SISTIG MASCHINENFABRIK.
Year of construction 1980
The second shearing machine consists of a rotary unit and a shearing
4. Raising machine 2. Year of construction 1980.
The raising machine two consists of the same components like raising
machine 1. 
5. Shearing machine 3 made by MENSCHNER. Construction year 1992.
The third shearing machine consists of a raising unit, a rotary element and
a shearing body. Also included is an accumulator.
A second shearing body is available. 
All elements have pneumatic brakes.
Speed control between all machines by dancer.
5 of 6 shearers have a diameter of 160 mm.
The sixth shearer has a diameter of 180 mm - shearing machine 3. 

1 pc. shearing machine XETMA type Optima XS 1 (Ref. No. 5248702).
2200 mm working width, year of construction 2005, second-hand.
The shearing machine is in very good condition and actually still in
Technical modification: The brush roller, the beater roller and the sewing
unit are dismantled. 
Installed new: Spreading rollers SCHERLI (set of 3 rollers) and a bow
The software is adapted. Electric drawings, parameter list and material
flow diagram included. 

1 pc. sueding machine SUCKER MÜLLER SF 4 (Ref. No. 7218515).
Year of construction 2001, second-hand. 

1 pc. shearing machine FRANZ MÜLLER PPS conversioned to PRS
(Ref. No. 5248230).
2000 / 1800 mm shearing width, year of construction 1971.
With pile lever brush. 
Spare blades available (upper and lower blades).

1 pc. shearing machine SUCKER + MÜLLER PRC 22 (Ref. No. 5248231).
2200 / 2000 mm shearing width, year of construction 1985, second-hand.
With pile lever brush. 
Spare blades complete (upper and lower blades). 

1 pc. carpet shearing machine (tower principle) MENSCHNER NTS-T-III.
(Ref. No. 5248108). Year of construction 1989, second-hand.
The machine is in a very good condition.
One folder with electric diagrammes is available.
The switch board is included. 

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 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 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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