Airlay line

Airlay machines second-hand | Web forming | Random carding machines | Rando Webber | V 21 K12 and similar used airlay lines

1 pc. airlay line DOA DR. OTTO ANGLEITNER (Ref. No. 2229024).
2800 mm working width, year of construction 2005. 

1 pc. airlay line LAROCHE (Ref. No. 2228975).
3900 mm working width, year of construction 1999, second-hand.
Feed tower, travelling condenser, hopper feeder, airlay unit and electric
panel included.
Previously used to run shoddy / poly blends in the weight range of 600 to
3500 gr/sqm. It can also run pure polyester and all natural fibers such
like jute, kenaf, cotton, wool etc. 

1 pc. feeder for airlay FEHRER V21 R (Ref. No. 2228871).
4000 mm working width, year of construction 1990, second-hand. 

1 pc. airlay nonwoven line FEHRER V 21 K 12 (Ref. No. 2228852).
2200 mm working width.
Year of construction 1992 - reconditioned in 2015.
The line is consisting of:
1 pc. chute feeder TEMAFA.
1 pc. web forming unit FEHRER V 21. 2200 mm working width.
1 pc. aerodynamic card FEHRER K 12, 2200 mm working width.

1 pc. airlay line FEHRER V21 - K12 (Ref. No. 2228839).
2400 mm working width, year of construction 1978, used.
Together with:
1 pc. down stroke needle loom FEHRER NL 9 S.
5000 needles/m. Stroke 60 mm. 1200 strokes/min.
Construction year 1978. 

1 pc. feeder for airlay FEHRER V21 (Ref. No. 2228535).
Year of construction 1982.  

 

Kindly note: Complete airlay lines are also offered in the Nonwoven Lines for special application category of our Web Site, depending on line configuration and provided that suitable equipment is available. Actually a versatile airlay thermobonding line is listed there.

 

Second-hand airlay carding machines and random carding machines
Second-hand carding machines for nonwovens  

 

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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 airlay (airlaid) machines, random carding and web forming machines and would welcome your offers and enquiries.

 

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