Used Looms (air jet)368 results
Negative dobby Staubli 2571A with 16 shafts 4 colors Each loom equipped with: 4 weft feeders 12 frames 5.000... Year(s) : 2003 Location : MIDDLE EAST
2 pcs weft feeding motor 4 frames 1.5 warping beam 1.5 fabric beam Year(s) : 1996, 1997 Location : MIDDLE EAST
2 Colors Cam Box 6 Levers 6 Harness Frames 2 Weft Accumulators 1 Warp Beam. Year(s) : 2002 Location : AMERICA North (USA-Canada-Mexico)
Width: 230 cm Shedding type: Cam 1661 positive Accessories per loom: 2 feeder 4 frames 1 beam 1 roller 4000... Year(s) : 2008 Location : EUROPE (Western and Northern)
STAUBLI DOBBY 2871 (16 SHAFTS INSTALLED, MAX. 16 SHAFTS CAPACITY) 2 FEEDERS EACH SET WITH ACCESSORIES: 1.0 WA... Year(s) : 2003 Location : ASIA (South)
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22 x Omni F-2-P, 1998/9, 220cm 2 color with 2 Picanol weft accumulators Staubli 1620B cam box with 4-5 drives... Year(s) : 1998, 1999 Location : ASIA (South)
yoc 1x2010, 3 x 2015 direct drive With Stäubli 1781/1681 cam motion 10/8/8/8 levers installed 4 colours 4 weft... Year(s) : 2010, 2015 Location : EUROPE (Western and Northern)
4 frame 2 feeder fimtextile positive cam 1 beam dia 800mm 2 roller Year(s) : 2006 Location : ASIA (China - Taiwan - HKG)
4 colours cam box STAUBLI type 1781A 11 levers installed. Each equipped with: SUMO ELO and ETU PRA II-plus... Year(s) : 2015 Location : EUROPE (Western and Northern)
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4 x model AWV 4/S width 220cm year 2001 4 x model AWV 6/S width 220cm year 2001 (2 looms with top beam) 2 x mo... Year(s) : 2001, 2005, 2008 Location : EUROPE (Western and Northern)
Staubli cam 1681 with 8 levers (6 installed) 2 colors Each loom equipped with: 2 accumulators 6 frames 1 reed... Year(s) : 2015 Location : ASIA (South)
TOYODA Airjet Looms type T610 – 1999/89 year 190cm width Negative Cam shedding – 6 shaft 20 looms x 2 color we... Year(s) : 1989, 1999 Location : AMERICA North (USA-Canada-Mexico)
ww. 3800 mm Stäubli cam motion 1600 2 pre-feeder 8 heald frames 2 warp beams 1 cloth roller 12.000 heddles and... Year(s) : 1996 Location : EUROPE (Western and Northern)
ww. 2200 mm Stäubli dobby 2800 4 pre-feeder 12 heald frames 1,5 warp beams 1 cloth roller 6.000 heddles and dr... Year(s) : 2003, 2004 Location : EUROPE (Western and Northern)
ww. 3800 mm Stäubli dobby 2800 2 pre-feeder 8 heald frames 8.000 heddles and droppers 1 cloth roller 1 warp be... Year(s) : 1996 Location : EUROPE (Western and Northern)
ww. 3800 mm Stäubli cam motion 1600 (year 1999) 2 pre-feeder 6 heald frames 1 warp beam 1 cloth roller 12.200... Year(s) : 1996 Location : EUROPE (Western and Northern)
6 x Dornier airjet Aws8/s 360cm year :2007 with staubli dobby-16 shafts 1 x Dornier airjet easy leno Aws8/L... Year(s) : 1999, 2000, 2007 Location : MIDDLE EAST
2 feeder 16 frame 1 beam 1 roller stopped in the mill floor can test run Year(s) : 2002 Location : ASIA (China - Taiwan - HKG)
Staubli cam 1661 with 6 levers 2 colors Each loom equipped with: 2 accumulators 1 beam dia 1000mm 1 batcher... Year(s) : 2007 Location : ASIA (China - Taiwan - HKG)
Staubli dobby 2861 with 18 levers (12 installed) 17 looms with Easy Style Change 4 colors (max capacity is 6 c... Year(s) : 2011 Location : MIDDLE EAST
Remaining for sale: 26 looms Staubli cam 1671 with 8 shafts capacity (8 installed) 6 colors ELO and ETU Each... Year(s) : 2015 Location : ASIA (South East)
4 colours 8 harness drives 4 harness frames 2 contact bars 7 dividing bars full warp beam 1000 mm let-off devi... Year(s) : 2010 Location : EUROPE (Western and Northern)
1 loom year 2014 with Staubli cam 1671 with 7 shafts (4 installed) 1 loom year 2016 with Staubli cam 1671 e2 D... Year(s) : 2014, 2016 Location : EUROPE (Western and Northern)
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2 feeder 4 frame 1 beam 1 Roller 6 shaft 800mm beam running condition Year(s) : 2013 Location : ASIA (China - Taiwan - HKG)
12 PICANOL OMNI PLUS 800 2 colors Staubli POSITIVE cam box 1661 with 6 levers Each loom equipped with: 2 feed... Year(s) : 2005, 2006 Location : AMERICA North (USA-Canada-Mexico)
You can find used Looms (air jet) on Wotol
Air jet weaving is one of the technology for weaving with rapier weaving, water jet weaving, projectile weaving. There are still few weaving companies using older methods like shuttle looms weaving and even hand weaving.
The air-jet loom was invented in Czechoslovakia in the 70s.
An air-jet loom uses a jet of air to blow the weft yarn through the warp shed. This technology enables very high speed because the yarn us transfered through the weft with the air jet instead of by mechanical means with other technologies. Air jet weaving looms can work at more than 1000 rpm which is double the speed of a rapier loom of the same width.
Air jet looms can produce from the simpliest fabric in taffeta to the most complicated with jacquard. Most spead machines are in cam or dobby.
This technology is well apreciated by technical fabric weaving companies because it also enables very consistent quality. It is also well spread for mass production for clothing thanks to its high productivity. Production with air jet looms is not as versatile as other weaving technologies and changing the quality of the product requires a lot of adjustments before production but once started the machine will produce very efficiently. This technology requires compressors to produce compressed air.
Main air jet looms producers are Picanol (Belgium), Toyota (Japan), Tsudakoma (Japan), Dornier (germany), Itema (Italy). Each manufacturer will have some stronge points than their competitors depending on the type of yarn used: cotton, synthetic, fiber glass, carbon, etc...
FAQ corner - questions and answers from members
What is the maximum speed of an air jet loom?
Most modern air jet looms can run at more than 1000 rpm. During some exhibitions we have seen airjet looms running at more than 1300 rpm. But aijet looms manufacturers will not commit on any speed becaude it depends on many factors such as the width of the machine obvioulsly, the qualty of the yars used, the knowhow of the producers, etc. Bit one thing for sure is that airjet loom technology is the one that enables the highest weaving speed.
Why air jet looms need more power than rapier looms?
The weft is blows through the loom by compressed air on an airjet loom. The production of this compressed air requires a lot of energy. We don't have comparison figures about the energy per pick required for air jet loom vs rapier loom. We will try to find some benchmark.
Why air jet looms' spare part consuption is less than other technologies?
There are less mechanical parts because on rapier looms you will need to replace the tapes and the grippers. Since you doin't have these mechanical parts on an air jet loom you just need to change the secondary air jet nozzle in a much lower frequency.