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Used Stenters, steamers, dryers, water extraction, etc

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Last offers for used Stenters, steamers, dryers, water extraction, etc

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Location : AMERICA North (USA-Canada-Mexico)
Year(s) : 1996, 2007
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Location : MIDDLE EAST
Year(s) : 2004
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Location : EUROPE (Western and Northern)
Year(s) : 1999
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Location : EUROPE (Western and Northern)
Year(s) : 2000
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Location : EUROPE (Western and Northern)
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Location : EUROPE (Western and Northern)
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Location : EUROPE (Western and Northern)
Year(s) : 1992
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Location : EUROPE (Western and Northern)
Year(s) : 1996
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Location : ASIA (China - Taiwan - HKG)
Year(s) : 2006
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Location : EUROPE (Western and Northern)
Year(s) : 2008
2
Location : -
Year(s) : 2010
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Location : -
Year(s) : 2012
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Location : EUROPE (Western and Northern)
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Location : EUROPE (Western and Northern)
Year(s) : 2007
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Location : EUROPE (Western and Northern)
Year(s) : 2000, 2001
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Location : MIDDLE EAST
Year(s) : 1980

You can find used Stenters, steamers, dryers, water extraction, etc on Wotol

For second hand Stenters, steamers, dryers, water extraction, etc we have Roller squeezers, Stenters and tenders, Thermo-setting machines, Steamers, Hot flues, Weft straighteners, Dryers, Centrifugal hydro-extractors, Chemicals dispensing system.

The main manufacturers for used Stenters, steamers, dryers, water extraction, etc are Brückner, Monforts, Babcock, Krantz, Anglada, Arioli, Santex, Biancalani, Mahlo, Artos, Monfongs, Bianco, Stork, Corino.
The main models are Turbang, K30, Montex, Condibox, VPM, RF 85 KW, Enairgy,

HS code 8451 - Machinery (other than machines of heading 84.50) for washing, cleaning, wringing, drying, ironing, pressing (including fusing presses), bleaching, dyeing, dressing, finishing, coating or impregnating textile yarns, fabrics or made up textile articles and machines for applying the paste to the base fabric or other support used in the manufacture of floor coverings such as linoleum; machines for reeling, unreeling, folding, cutting or pinking textile fabrics.

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