Tearing machine

Tearing machines second hand:
Tearing lines | Textile recycling plants | Edge trim opener |
Pulling machines | Shredder

1 pc. small tearing machine (Ref. No. 1118826). 

1 pc. small tearing machine SCHIRP (Ref. No. 1113613).
1000 mm working width, year of construction ca. 1974/78, second-hand.
Single tambour, with 3 pcs. spare tambours.
Without feeding conveyor.
Motor 37 kW. Without suction ventilator.
The pins are in good condition. 

1 pc. rag tearing line MARGASA (Ref. No. 1118625).
Production capacity up to 800 kg/h. The offer is composed of: 
- Blending box TECNOMECCANICA.
Approx. 11.000 x 3.300 x 2.500 mm X 2. 
- Rag tearing machine MARGASA AM-1000.
5 tambours. 34.000, 42.000, 58.000, 72.000 and 90.000 pins. 
- Bale press FAES. 200 tons pressing power. 

1 pc. milling machine HOSOKAWA ALPINE type 45/100 C.L.
(Ref. No. 1118408). Year of construction 1995, second-hand.
The machine can be used for milling glass fibers.
Power 55 kW. Capacity 200 - 400 kg/h, depending on product.
The offer includes the switch board, a conveyor, filter and a cyclone with
switch. 

1 pc. edge trim opener with fan JORBA type SEB (Ref. No. 1118295).
400 mm working width, year of construction 1991, second-hand.
The electric panel is included.

1 pc. edge trim opener with ventilator JORBA (Ref. No. 1118296).
400 mm working width, year of construction 1995, second-hand.

1 pc. edge trim opener SCOLERI Apricimosse ACH.200 (Ref. No. 1117664).
200 mm working width, year of construction 1989.

1 pc. edge trim opener SCOLERI APRICIMOSSE H.200 (Ref. No. 1117665).
200 mm working width, year of construction 1992, second-hand. 

1 pc. edge trim opener ERKO (Ref. No. 1117452).
New clothing on the infeed roller. 
Right now the machine is without a switch board, but we can build a
switch board for the edge trim opener and the ventilator if requested. 

1 pc. tearing line (Ref. No. 1117420).
The line is consisting of:
- 1 pc. tearing machine OFFICINE VERGNASCO CHIAVAZZA.
  Year of construction 1997. 5 drums of 2000 mm width.
  1 spare drum. The capacity is approx. 1000 to 1100 kg/h.
- 1 pc. rotary cutter OFFICINE VERGNASCO CHIAVAZZA.
  Year of construction 1999. 1600 mm width.
- 1 pc. PUGELLI cutter. Year of construction 2001.
  Bale opener and rotary cutter, 1350 mm width.
- 2 pcs. boxes OMT, construction year 2002.
  Metallic belt translating box a) 3 x 8 x 4 m, b) 3 x 10 x 4 m.
- 1 pc. aspiration KENYA.
- 1 pc. bale press ITALIANAPRESSA to produce bales of max. 350 kg
  and min. 220 kg. Double box revolving system. 

1 pc. recycling line for waste material STARLINGER (Ref. No. 1116656).
Year of construction 1994.
The machine is designed for reprocessing waste of PET, PA, PS or other polyolefin, also mixed materials, e.g. PET-PP in one continuous operation.
The waste material - ground synthetic resin bottles, filaments (also stretched or unstretched multifilament), tapes, film, cloth etc. - is directly fed to the unit and comes out as clean and dry granulate suitable for re-utilization. Feeding is effected by a movement-controlled conveyor with hot cutting device to the shredder cylinder in which the material is cut into small pieces, automatically drawn in by the extruder screw, plasticized and homogenized.

1 pc. recycling line to recycle carpet waste PALLMAN (Ref. No. 1112871).
Year of construction 1992. The line is consisting of:
Hacker, agglomerator, hot granulator, screw, intermediate tank, fine mill.
The recycling line is suitable to recycle coated carpet waste to produce
a granulate which will be used as an additive in the new carpet coating
process.

 

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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 edge trim openers, tearing lines, tearing plants, shredders, pulling machines and similar used machinery for textile and textile waste recycling. Your offers and enquiries will be appreciated.

 

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