At Kitmondo, we offer an extensive selection of used brushing machines, essential for enhancing the finish and texture of wood products in the woodworking industry. These machines are expertly designed to clean, polish, and texture wood surfaces, delivering a smooth and visually appealing finish.

Our range of brushing machines is priced from €5,000 for basic models to €50,000 for advanced, high-capacity units from top brands like Heesemann, Costa, Weber, and Bütfering. Each machine is equipped with unique features such as different brush types, working widths, feed speeds, and levels of automation to cater to your specific production requirements.

When choosing a brushing machine, it's important to consider factors like the type of brush (e.g., wire, nylon, abrasive), the desired finish, the machine's capacity, and ease of maintenance. These elements are vital for achieving superior finishes, optimizing production efficiency, and accommodating various wood types and sizes. Investing in our used brushing machines not only grants access to high-quality equipment at reduced costs but also promotes sustainable practices by extending the lifecycle of robust machinery.

Explore Kitmondo’s listings today to find reliable brushing machines that offer exceptional performance and value for your wood finishing needs. Trust in Kitmondo’s dedication to excellent customer service and discover the ideal machine to elevate your woodworking operations.

Sarmax Cheyenne 4T Brushing machine

Year: 2005

Number of brushes 4
Brush engine 14 kW
Max working width 400 mm

Quickwood Pro 1400 Brushing machine

Year: 2000

Number of brushes 8
Max working width 1400 mm

Cefla-Sorbini TM/95-2F Curtain coater

Year: 2009

Number of brushes 2
Brush engine 3.9 kW
Max working width 1300 mm

OMMA SP 1400 Brushing machine

Year: 2007

Max working width 1400 mm

SAFO DCSF 110 Brushing machine

Year: 2005

SAFO SŁUPSK DCST-110 brush machine Year of manufacture 2005 Brush grinders type DCSF-63, 90, 110, 135 are designed for pass-through, finishing grinding with brush heads of irregular shapes or profile surfaces, such as all kinds of trim, backrests or doors of furniture elements and doors. The two grinding systems used allow grinding in one pass with grinding wheels of different …

REX Georg Schwarzbeck HOMS 310 K Brushing machine

Year: 1990

Number of brushes 4
Max working thickness 310 mm
Max working width 310 mm
Brush engine 67.75 kW

SCM DMC DMC MASTERBRUSH 1350 RDBB Brushing machine

Year: 2010

Max working width 1350 mm
Max working thickness 200 mm

Roba Duplex Twin Brushing machine

Year: 2013

The machine was bought for a specific project, which was not developed. It was launched several times in test modes on small batches. This is evidenced by the installed original brushes that came with the machine. After dismantling, it was moved to a dry warehouse for conservation. At the moment, the equipment is serviceable, complete, ready for shipment.

DMC MB 60 Brushing machine

Year: 2017

Max working width 1300 mm
Brush engine 1.1 kW
Max working thickness 1100 mm

UniSanding 1.2.0. V Brushing machine


Number of brushes 2
Max working thickness 100 mm
Max working width 1300 mm
Brush engine 1.5 kW

WESTFALIA SEPARATOR BS170 Brushing machine


ROTARY BRUSH SIEVE WESTFALIA SEPARATOR Type BS170 Machine No. 1635789 Measurement: Length: 770 mm Depth: 770 mm Height: 2300 mm Technical data Type BS170 Manufacturer WESTFALIA SEPARATOR Length 770 mm Total heigth 2300 mm Depth 770 mm Design vertical this extra information is standard for this model. Please always double-check the details during a visit The WESTFALIA SEPARATOR BS170 Brushing …

Sorbini VS 33 - ACT - F Brushing machine

Year: 2010

Max working width 1300 mm
Brush engine 1.5 kW

Sorbini VS36 Brushing machine

Year: 2002

Number of brushes 3
Max working thickness 150 mm
Max working width 1300 mm

Fladder 300 aut/1000 Brushing machine

Year: 1997

Brushing machine fladder 300 cars / 1000 for sale Year of production 1987-1997 The machine to see in our company.


Your Ultimate Guide to Brushing Machines in Woodworking

In the woodworking industry, brushing machines are indispensable tools for surface treatment, finishing, and texturing of wooden materials. They enhance the appearance, texture, and quality of wood products, making them vital for furniture manufacturing, cabinetry, flooring, and other wood-related applications. Understanding the various types, features, and considerations for purchasing brushing machines can significantly boost production quality and operational efficiency. Kitmondo, a leading online marketplace for used industrial machinery, offers a diverse range of brushing machines, providing businesses with high-quality equipment at competitive prices.

Varieties of Brushing Machines

Brushing machines come in different configurations to meet specific woodworking tasks and requirements. The main types include:

Rotary Brushing Machines

Rotary brushing machines use rotating brushes that move in a circular motion to treat the wood surface, perfect for achieving uniform finishes on flat surfaces.

  • Single-Head Rotary Machines: These machines have one rotating brush head, ideal for small to medium-sized operations, offering precise control over the brushing process.
  • Multi-Head Rotary Machines: Featuring multiple rotating brush heads, these machines increase productivity and are suitable for larger operations, allowing simultaneous treatment of multiple surfaces.

Linear Brushing Machines

Linear brushing machines use brushes that move in a straight line across the wood surface, suitable for treating longer pieces of wood like planks and panels.

  • Single-Brush Linear Machines: With one brush that moves linearly, these machines are perfect for small-scale operations and detailed work.
  • Multi-Brush Linear Machines: Equipped with multiple brushes, these machines enhance efficiency and are ideal for high-volume production lines, providing consistent surface treatment.

Disc Brushing Machines

Disc brushing machines employ circular brushes mounted on rotating discs to treat the wood surface, effective for creating textured finishes and removing surface imperfections.

  • Single-Disc Machines: Best for detailed and intricate work, offering precise control over the brushing process.
  • Multi-Disc Machines: Featuring multiple rotating discs, these machines increase productivity and are perfect for large-scale operations, offering consistent and uniform surface treatment.

Kitmondo provides a variety of brushing machines to ensure businesses find the right equipment for their specific production needs.

Essential Features and Specifications

When selecting a brushing machine, consider these key features and specifications to ensure it meets your operational requirements:

Brush Type and Material

The type and material of the brushes are critical for achieving the desired finish. Common brush materials include nylon, steel, and natural fibers, each suitable for different wood types and finishing requirements. Kitmondo’s listings detail brush types and materials, helping you choose the right machine for your needs.

Speed and Adjustability

The speed of the brushes affects the quality and consistency of the surface treatment. Machines with adjustable speed settings offer greater control and flexibility, allowing you to tailor the brushing process to different wood types and desired finishes.

Working Width and Height

The working width and height determine the maximum size of wood pieces the machine can handle. Ensure the machine you choose can accommodate the dimensions of your typical workpieces. Kitmondo offers machines with various working widths and heights, allowing you to select the right model for your production requirements.

Dust Extraction and Filtration

Effective dust extraction and filtration systems are essential for maintaining a clean and safe working environment. Machines with built-in dust collection systems help reduce airborne particles and improve overall air quality in the workshop.

Durability and Maintenance

The durability and maintenance requirements of the machine are crucial for long-term operational efficiency. Machines constructed from high-quality materials, such as stainless steel and robust alloys, are more resistant to wear and tear. Easy-to-clean designs and accessible components simplify maintenance, reducing downtime and operational costs. Kitmondo provides information on the condition and maintenance history of used machines, aiding in informed decision-making.

Leading Brands in Brushing Machines

Reputable brands and manufacturers are synonymous with higher quality and better support. Some leading brands in the brushing machine market include:

  • Bürkle: Known for high-precision brushing machines, Bürkle offers robust solutions for various woodworking applications.
  • Costa: Renowned for durability and advanced technology, Costa’s brushing machines are popular in the furniture and flooring industries.
  • Loewer: Loewer provides high-performance brushing machines, known for their reliability and precision in demanding applications.
  • Volpato: Characterized by efficiency and versatility, Volpato’s brushing machines offer reliable performance for large-scale operations.

Kitmondo features equipment from these and other reputable brands, ensuring access to reliable and well-supported machinery.

Pricing of Used Brushing Machines

The cost of used brushing machines varies widely based on factors such as age, condition, brand, and specific features. Prices generally range from a few thousand to several tens of thousands of dollars. For instance, a used Bürkle rotary brushing machine might be priced between $10,000 and $20,000, while a high-end Costa multi-head linear brushing machine could cost between $30,000 and $50,000. Kitmondo's marketplace offers a range of pricing options, providing transparency and competitive deals for buyers.


Brushing machines are essential in the woodworking industry, providing efficient and reliable solutions for surface treatment, finishing, and texturing of wooden materials. Understanding the different types of machines and key factors to consider when purchasing can help businesses make informed decisions that align with their production needs. Kitmondo offers a comprehensive platform for sourcing high-quality used machinery, providing detailed listings and competitive pricing. Whether you need a rotary, linear, or disc brushing machine, Kitmondo’s extensive inventory and user-friendly interface make it easy to find the right equipment for your woodworking operations.