Welcome to Kitmondo, your trusted source for quality used industrial machinery. Our range includes versatile and high-performance looms, ideal for various applications in the textile weaving industry.

Priced between €10,000 and €100,000, our looms are designed to produce a wide range of woven fabrics with precision and efficiency. Key features include high-speed operation, advanced shedding mechanisms, robust construction, and automation options.

We proudly offer machinery from top manufacturers such as Dornier, Picanol, and Tsudakoma. 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 or performance. Trust us to elevate your textile weaving operations to new heights of productivity. Explore our extensive range today and let us help you find the perfect loom for your industrial needs.

Lindauer Dornier GmbH HTVS 8/J loom

Year: 1994

Working width 1800 cm
Nbr of beams 2688


Jacob Muller NF53 Velvet needle loom

Year: 2005

Working width 27 cm
Nbr of beams
Nbr of shafts 16

Picanol OMP800-F-2-P loom

Year: 2006

Working width 220 cm
Nbr of beams

Itema A9500 air jet loom wiht staubli dobby. 220 cm

Year: 2018

Working width 220 cm
Nbr of levers 12
Nbr of beams 22
Nbr of colors 4
Nbr of shafts 12
Motion dobby

Picanol OMP800-F-2-P loom

Year: 2006

Working width 280 cm
Nbr of beams


Picanol OMNI 4FR Air-jet loom

Year: 1998

Working width 220 cm
Nbr of beams
Nbr of colors 4
Motion dobby

MYTHOS 2005 airjet loom

Year: 2005

Working width 220 cm
Nbr of beams
Nbr of colors 6
Motion dobby

Needle Punch Machine Fehrer NL9RS

Year: 1983

Working width 260 cm
Nbr of beams

Wafios VDF 80 Chain link fance machine

Year: 1978

Working width 400 cm
Nbr of beams

COMETA T11-20/R loom

Year: 2020

Nbr of beams 20

9,700 €

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CZ Czech Republic


Needle Punch Machine DILO OD-SV 25

Year: 1988

Working width 250 cm
Nbr of beams

ELM automatic drawing-in machine VEGA KL 4000

Year: 2001

Working width 400 cm
Nbr of beams

Picanol OMNI PLUS 800-2P loom

Year: 2006

Working width 280 cm
Nbr of levers 6
Motion cam
Nbr of colors 2
Nbr of beams

Somet Super Excel loom

Year: 2001

Working width 190 cm
Nbr of shafts 1.5
Nbr of colors 8
Nbr of beams 1.5

Picanol Pat loom

Year: 1992

Nbr of beams

Wafios Weaving Looms Machine

Year: 2002

Working width 100 cm
Nbr of beams

GESA Weaving looms machine

Year: 1977

Working width 250 cm
Nbr of beams

Somet Alpha loom

Year: 2003

Working width 190 cm
Nbr of levers 20
Nbr of beams 1
Nbr of colors 4
Nbr of shafts 1


Unveiling Looms in the Kitmondo Textile Machinery Marketplace

At Kitmondo, we provide professionals with premium industrial machinery solutions. Among our extensive offerings, the Textile Machines category includes crucial equipment like Looms. Let’s delve into what these machines are, their significance, and why Kitmondo is the ideal marketplace for buying or selling them.

What are Looms?

Looms are weaving machines used to interlace two sets of threads, the warp and the weft, to produce textiles. They are fundamental in the textile industry, enabling the mass production of fabrics for clothing, home textiles, and industrial applications. Looms come in various types and configurations, each suited to specific types of weaving and fabric production.

Types of Looms

  • Shuttle Looms: Traditional looms that use a shuttle to carry the weft thread through the warp. Known for their ability to produce high-quality fabrics but at slower speeds.
  • Shuttleless Looms: Include several types such as rapier looms, projectile looms, and air-jet looms, which do not use a shuttle and are known for higher speed and efficiency.
  • Rapier Looms: Use a rapier device to carry the weft thread through the warp, allowing for the production of a wide range of fabrics, including intricate patterns.
  • Projectile Looms: Utilize a small projectile to carry the weft thread, suitable for weaving heavy and dense fabrics.
  • Air-Jet Looms: Employ a jet of air to propel the weft thread through the warp, ideal for high-speed production of lightweight fabrics.
  • Water-Jet Looms: Use water to carry the weft thread, typically used for synthetic fibers.
  • Jacquard Looms: Equipped with a Jacquard machine that allows for the production of complex patterns and designs by controlling individual warp threads.
  • Dobby Looms: Similar to Jacquard looms but with a simpler mechanism for controlling the warp threads, suitable for creating geometric patterns.

The Kitmondo Advantage: Buying & Selling Looms

Navigating the world of used industrial machinery can be complex, but Kitmondo simplifies the process. Here are the key benefits of purchasing through us:

Cost-Effectiveness

Investing in new looms can be expensive, especially for small businesses or start-ups. Kitmondo offers these machines at a fraction of the cost of new ones, providing exceptional value for money. Our listings typically range from €10,000 to €200,000, depending on factors like age, brand, condition, and features.

Quality Assurance

Every machine listed on Kitmondo undergoes a thorough evaluation to ensure it is in excellent working condition. This rigorous vetting process guarantees that even pre-owned machinery meets high standards of quality and reliability.

Market Reach

Looms are essential for efficient and precise fabric production across various industries. Whether you’re buying or selling, Kitmondo provides a reliable platform that ensures convenience and value. Join us in advancing textile production – where tradition meets innovation.

Benefits of Using Looms

These machines offer numerous advantages, making them indispensable in the industry:

  • High Efficiency: Modern looms enable high-speed production, significantly increasing productivity and reducing manual labor.
  • Versatility: Looms can handle various types of yarns and produce a wide range of fabrics, from simple weaves to complex patterns.
  • Precision: Advanced looms ensure precise control over the weaving process, resulting in high-quality fabrics with consistent texture and strength.
  • Cost Savings: By automating the weaving process, looms reduce labor costs and improve overall productivity, leading to cost savings in the long run.
  • Enhanced Design Capabilities: Jacquard and dobby looms allow for the production of intricate designs and patterns, expanding the creative possibilities in textile production.

Key Specifications of Looms

When assessing these machines, several critical parameters are essential to ensure they meet specific requirements:

  • Weaving Width: The maximum width of fabric the loom can produce, determining its suitability for different types of textiles.
  • Speed: The operating speed of the loom, typically measured in picks per minute (PPM), influencing production rates and efficiency.
  • Type of Weft Insertion: The method used for inserting the weft thread, such as shuttle, rapier, air-jet, or water-jet, impacting the type of fabrics produced and the machine's efficiency.
  • Warp Control: The ability to control and adjust the tension and movement of the warp threads, affecting the quality and precision of the woven fabric.
  • Automation Level: The degree of automation, from manual to fully automated (CNC), impacting ease of use, repeatability, and integration into production lines.
  • Design Capabilities: The loom’s ability to produce complex patterns and designs, particularly relevant for Jacquard and dobby looms.

Applications for Looms

These versatile machines find applications across multiple areas due to their high-quality fabric production capabilities:

  • Apparel Industry: Used for producing various types of fabrics for clothing, from basic weaves to intricate patterns.
  • Home Textiles: Applied in manufacturing fabrics for home use, including bed linens, curtains, upholstery, and towels.
  • Industrial Textiles: Used for creating specialized fabrics for industrial applications, such as geotextiles, automotive textiles, and protective clothing.
  • Decorative Textiles: Applied in producing decorative fabrics for interior design, including wall coverings, tapestries, and custom designs.
  • Technical Textiles: Used for weaving high-performance fabrics for technical applications, including medical textiles, sports textiles, and smart textiles.

Leading Manufacturers of Looms

Several top manufacturers are known for their innovative and high-quality looms:

  • Picanol: A leading provider of weaving machinery, Picanol offers advanced looms known for their precision and reliability.
  • Dornier: Renowned for their high-quality industrial machines, Dornier provides efficient and versatile looms for various applications.
  • Tsudakoma: Specializes in textile machinery, offering robust and precise looms designed for high-performance operations.
  • Smit: Known for their comprehensive range of looms, Smit provides reliable and efficient equipment for the textile industry.
  • Toyota: Offers advanced weaving technology, providing high-quality looms designed for precision and efficiency in textile production.
  • Itema: Specializes in weaving machinery, offering versatile and efficient looms suitable for different production environments.

Conclusion

Looms are invaluable assets in the textile industry, offering high-quality, cost-effective, and efficient solutions for producing a wide range of fabrics. Whether for apparel, home textiles, industrial textiles, decorative textiles, or technical textiles, these machines ensure superior product quality and compliance with industry standards. With Kitmondo's support, acquiring or selling looms becomes a seamless and reliable process, allowing businesses to focus on producing exceptional fabrics.