Carding machine for spinning

Carding machines second-hand for spinning industry, used cards

18 pcs. cards RIETER C50 (Ref. No. 3138338).
With card feeder, Aerofeed A7/C and can changer. 

4 pcs. flat cards BONINO CC 150/70 (Ref. No. 3138268).
Year of construction 1995. With opening cylinder.
Production capacity approx. 50 to 80 kg/h.
Two of the machines are in renovated good working condition. The other
two machines need a refurbishment. In the previous production, the
machines were used for mop yarns. 

1 pc. carding machine OCTIR Turbocard (Ref. No. 3138069).
1500 mm working width, year of construction 1988, used.
Doffer speed of slivers 80 - 300 m/min.
With metal detector on entrance of the cylinders.
Weight of the slivers: 10 - 18 gr/m for 1 sliver delivery.
Output: 80 - 180 kg/h. Volumetric feeder.
Exit: One sliver, automatic can coiler.
The drums are 600 mm diameter, automatic drum change.
Voltage: 220/380 V, 50 cycles.
The machine is electrically modernized with frequency variator, PLC with
touch screen with setting options for many parameters.
This is a good machine for use in combination with DREF spinning
machines. 

1 pc. carding machine TRÜTZSCHLER DK 903 (Ref. No. 3138019).
Incl. can filling station.
The machine was used as a lab machine only and the total number of
working hours is low. Previously it has produced less than 20 tons of
material.

2 pcs. card wire winders E.F.  (Ref. No. 3136403).
2500 mm working width, with 2 vertical axles.
With chain driven transports, cylinder with motor and frequency variator.
1 machine with 14 spindles. 1 machine with 11 spindles.

 

Second-hand carding machines for nonwovens
Second-hand carding machines for spinning industry
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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 carding machines and cards for spinning. Your offers and enquiries will be appreciated.

 

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