Welcome to Kitmondo, your trusted source for premium used industrial machinery. Our selection includes versatile and high-performance spinning machines, ideal for a variety of applications in the textile industry.

Priced between €20,000 and €100,000, our spinning machines are designed to convert fibers into yarn with high efficiency and consistent quality. Key features include high-speed operation, precision control, energy efficiency, and advanced automation options to meet your specific needs.

We proudly offer machinery from top manufacturers such as Murata, Schlafhorst, and Saurer. Each piece of equipment undergoes rigorous testing and inspection to ensure exceptional performance and longevity.

Choosing pre-owned industrial machinery from Kitmondo means getting the best value for your investment without compromising on quality. Trust us to elevate your textile manufacturing business to new levels of productivity. Explore our extensive range today and let us help you find the perfect spinning machine for your industrial requirements.

Cognetex FTC-8L M08.03.005 Spinning machine

Year: 1985

Nbr of spindles 512
Tube length 280 mm
Ø of rings 55 mm

Lezzeni Mario FTD-DS M16.03.010 Spinning machine

Year: 1986

Nbr of spindles 72
Tube length 450 mm
Ø of rings 160 mm

Rieter R20 M03.08.005 Spinning machine

Year: 2000

Nbr of spindles 200
Ø of rings 152.4 mm

Gaudino - Spinning machine

Year: 1990

Nbr of spindles 144
Tube length 500 mm
Ø of rings 127 mm

Textile, Spinning machines

Year: 2000

Opening Line: Quantity: 2 Brand: Trutzschler Year: 1996 Carding Line: Quantity: 12 Trutzschler model "Card DK 803" Year: 1998 Quantity: 2 Trutzschler model "Card DK 903" Year: 2001 Ribbon Line: Quantity: 10 Brand: Rieter Type: SB 851 Year: 1991 Drawing Line: Quantity: 6 Toyota 108x6 = 648 spindles Type: FL 16 Year: 1988 Ring Spinning Line: Quantity: 13 Rieter 1056x13 …

Talleres Galan CR 70 72 Spinning machine

Year: 1980

Nbr of spindles 80
Tube length 600 mm
Ø of rings 160 mm

HOUGET DUESBERG BOSSON CBY Spinning machine

Year: 1977

Nbr of spindles 90
Tube length 600 mm
Ø of rings 180 mm

Zinser 320SL Spinning machine

Year: 1988

Nbr of spindles 640
Tube length 260 mm
Ø of rings 48 mm

SKF Spinning machine

Year: ~ 1970

Nbr of spindles 6
Tube length 240 mm
Ø of rings 52 mm



RIETER (Швейцария), TRUTZSCHLER (Германия) По запросу Spinning machine

Year:

Line for the production of yarn from cotton, chemical fiber and their mixtures 1. Installation for loosening chemical fiber TRTZSCHLER. 1.1. Universal bale opener BO-E 1.2. Receiving table extension unit BR-TE1 1.3. Baking powder TUFTOMAT TO-T1 1200 1.4. Magnetic particle separator BR-MT 1.5. Fan BR-FD425 1.6. Air dispenser BR-ASI 1.7. Controlling the LC-I 4 unit Year of manufacture 2011. Worked …

Parafil-Hollowspindle Parafil PL 2000-3 Spinning machine

Year: 1983

Süssen, year 1983, type Parafil PL 2000-3, 70 spindles, pitch 360 mm, delivery: 10“ cylindric tubes 290 mm, modernized ca. 1995 with motors each spindle 25.000 t/min, variable speed by inverter.


HOUGET DUESBERG BOSSON No. 5438 Spinning machine

Year:

HOUGET DUESBERG BOSSON No. 5438 Spinning machine HDB Yarn spinning machine Houget Duesberg -Bosson (HDB)


Murata Muratec 7-5 winder bobbin machine

Year: 1998

Nbr of spindles 35
Ø of rings 152 mm

NSC GC12 Gillbox

Year: 1986

Nbr of spindles 4
Tube length 1000 mm
Ø of rings 700 mm

Rieter C 50 Spinning machine

Year: 1996

Ø of rings 600 mm
Tube length 1200 mm



Exploring Spinning Machines in the Kitmondo Textile Machinery Marketplace

At Kitmondo, we specialize in connecting professionals with high-quality industrial machinery solutions. Our extensive offerings in the Textile Machines category include vital equipment such as Spinning Machines. Let's delve into what these machines are, their significance, and why Kitmondo is the perfect marketplace for buying or selling them.

What are Spinning Machines?

Spinning machines are indispensable in the textile industry, used to transform prepared fibers into yarn. By twisting fibers together, these machines create a continuous strand that can be woven or knitted into fabric. The spinning process is crucial for determining the quality, strength, and uniformity of the produced yarn.

Types of Spinning Machines

  1. Ring Spinning Machines: The most common type, known for producing high-quality, fine yarns through a continuous twisting process.
  2. Open-End (Rotor) Spinning Machines: Utilize a rotor to twist fibers, offering high production speeds and cost efficiency for medium to coarse yarns.
  3. Air-Jet Spinning Machines: Use air to twist fibers, producing yarn at high speeds with consistent quality, suitable for medium to fine yarns.
  4. Friction Spinning Machines: Employ friction to twist fibers, ideal for quickly producing coarse yarns.
  5. Compact Spinning Machines: Enhance the ring spinning process by condensing fibers before spinning, resulting in stronger, more even yarn.
  6. Self-Twist Spinning Machines: Produce yarn with varying twist levels using a reciprocating twisting mechanism, often used for special effect yarns.
  7. Dref Spinning Machines: Use a friction spinning method to produce yarn, suitable for technical textiles and non-traditional fibers.
  8. Vortex Spinning Machines: Create yarn using an air vortex, known for producing high-quality, strong, and uniform yarns.

The Kitmondo Advantage: Buying & Selling Spinning Machines

Navigating the used industrial machinery market can be challenging, but Kitmondo simplifies the process. Here are the key benefits for buyers and sellers:

Cost-Effectiveness

New spinning machines can be a significant financial investment, particularly for small businesses or start-ups. Kitmondo offers these machines at a fraction of the cost, with prices typically ranging from €10,000 to €200,000, ensuring exceptional value for money.

Quality Assurance

Every listing on Kitmondo undergoes a rigorous evaluation to ensure the equipment is in excellent working condition, meeting high standards of quality and reliability.

Market Reach

Spinning machines are essential for efficient and precise yarn production in the textile industry. Kitmondo provides a reliable platform for both buyers and sellers, ensuring convenience and value.

Benefits of Spinning Machines

High Efficiency

Spinning machines enable high-speed fiber spinning, significantly increasing output and reducing production costs.

Consistent Quality

These machines provide uniform and consistent yarn quality, ensuring high-performance outcomes in the final textile products.

Versatility

Modern spinning machines can handle various types of fibers, including cotton, wool, synthetic, and blended fibers, making them invaluable for diverse textile projects.

Enhanced Yarn Properties

Spinning machines improve the strength, evenness, and appearance of the yarn, enhancing the overall quality of the textile products.

Reduced Waste

By efficiently converting fibers into yarn, spinning machines help minimize material waste and improve cost-efficiency.

Key Parameters of Spinning Machines

When evaluating or understanding spinning machines, several key parameters ensure they meet specific requirements:

  • Spindle Speed: The speed at which the spindle rotates, typically measured in revolutions per minute (RPM), influencing the production rate and yarn quality.
  • Drafting System: The mechanism used to control the stretching of fibers before spinning, affecting the uniformity and strength of the yarn.
  • Yarn Count Range: The range of yarn thickness (count) the machine can produce, determining its versatility for different textile applications.
  • Automation Features: Automated controls, doffing systems, and real-time monitoring capabilities.
  • Energy Consumption: The amount of energy the machine consumes, affecting operational costs and sustainability.
  • Number of Spindles: The number of spindles the machine has, impacting its production capacity and efficiency.

Applications of Spinning Machines

Spinning machines are versatile and essential for high-quality yarn production, finding applications in various areas:

Yarn Manufacturing

Producing various types of yarn, ensuring consistent quality and performance in the final textile products.

Fabric Production

Spinning fibers into yarns that are woven or knitted into fabrics for clothing, home textiles, and industrial applications.

Technical Textiles

Producing yarns for technical textiles, including geotextiles, medical textiles, and automotive textiles, ensuring reliability and performance.

Blended Textiles

Spinning blended fibers to ensure even distribution and quality in the final yarn products.

Specialty Yarns

Producing specialty and effect yarns, offering versatility and creativity in textile design.

Leading Manufacturers of Spinning Machines

  1. Rieter: Known for advanced spinning machines offering precision and reliability.
  2. Murata Machinery, Ltd. (Muratec): Renowned for high-quality industrial machines providing efficient and versatile spinning solutions.
  3. Trützschler: Specializes in robust and precise spinning machines designed for high-performance operations.
  4. Saurer: Offers a comprehensive range of reliable and efficient spinning machines for the textile industry.
  5. Lakshmi Machine Works (LMW): Provides advanced spinning technology for precision and efficiency in textile manufacturing.
  6. Marzoli: Specializes in versatile and efficient spinning machines suitable for different production environments.

Conclusion

Spinning machines are invaluable assets in the textile industry, offering high-quality, cost-effective, and efficient solutions for converting fibers into yarn. Whether for yarn manufacturing, fabric production, technical textiles, or specialty yarns, these machines ensure superior product quality and compliance with industry standards. With Kitmondo, acquiring or selling spinning machines becomes a seamless and reliable process, allowing businesses to focus on what they do best – producing exceptional textile products.