Welcome to Exapro, your destination for quality used industrial machinery. Our range includes versatile and high-performance carding machines, perfect for various applications in the textile spinning industry.

Priced between €10,000 and €50,000, our carding machines are ideal for processing fibers into a continuous web or sliver, ensuring quality and efficiency in yarn production. Key features include high production speed, precise fiber alignment, robust construction, and automation options.

We proudly feature machinery from top manufacturers such as Rieter, Trützschler, and Marzoli. Every piece of equipment undergoes rigorous testing and inspection to ensure top performance and longevity.

With Exapro, choosing pre-owned industrial machinery means getting the best value for your investment without compromising on quality or performance. Trust us to empower your textile spinning business to reach new heights of productivity. Explore our wide range today and let us help you make the best choice for your industrial needs.

SPA Octir 2500 M03.02.003 Carding machine

Year: 1974

Working width 250 cm
Nbr of drums 2
Width 2500 mm
Ø of drums 1650 mm

Befama Cr 600 220cm + Befama 5w 250cm + Textima Malimo 250cm Carding machine

Year: 1988

BEFAMA CR 600 nonwoven fabric production line Year of production 1988 2-drum carding machine 220 cm AG weighing power supply 5W stacker 250cm TEXTIMA MALIMO sewing machine 250cm The machine after renovation Fully operational and complete, constantly in motion The control cabinet after modernization The entire machine has a metal saw covering A lot of different spare parts Original manual …

Casajuana M02.04.004 Carding machine


Working width 70 cm
Nbr of drums 1
Width 700 mm
Ø of drums 1000 mm

BEFAMA 600 Carding machine

Year: 1994

BEFAMA CARDING MACHINE, 2 DOFFER, MODEL 600, 1994 The machine is after a capital renovation, with new GRAF wiring. General condition is very good, electical cabinet new with stering. Working width is 2000 mm. Maximum productivity is 300 kg/h. Feeding section included. In case of any questions, please do not hesitate to contact ;). Additonaly there is a mixing chamber, …

Bonino Carding Machine - faldatore 2N CC160-T - 98056 Carding machine

Year: 1998

Working width 200 cm
Ø of drums 150 mm
Width 2000 mm

BEFAMA AC 40 textile shredder recycling machine

Year: 1982

BEFAMA AC 40 textile shredder Befama AC 40 / 2 drum shredder (Ripping unit, Rag shredder, clothes recycling machine) The machine has been completely renovated Fully functional and complete Feeding and receiving on tapes The control cabinet after modernization Working width of the table 80cm, drum width 100cm Productivity 100-250 kg/hour Feeding speed 1-2.5m/min Total consumption max. 60 kW with …

Complete carding line for thermobonded wadding FOR

Year: 1980

I sell beautiful and complete line for processing synthetic and non-synthetic fibers pre-loader carda with powder recovery loader with spreader FOR carda h2,500 with drum 1,500 4 pairs of workers randomizers MECAP brand welder 60 meters/minute with output in 3 mt MECAP oven 10 meters with cooling MECAP cutter WITH 13 blades plus horizontal and vertical pre-cutting system the machine …

Used Ramella 2800 Carding machine

Year: 1986

Working width 2800 cm
Ø of drums 2000 mm
Width 3500 mm

Befama 1989 Carding machine

Year: 1989

Working width 180 cm
Width 1800 mm

MAK 1800 MM Carding machine

Year: 1978

Nonwoven carding set - MAK model (Germany Origin) The machine being used to process a web collected on a winding cylinder The nonwoven web in further process is currently used as a material in filling / production of quilts and pillows. The machine consists of the following subunits: Hopper Feeder, Feed Rolls with Lickerin, Transfer Roll, Main Cylinder 1250 mm …

Befama T5 - 2000 Carding machine


Working width 200 cm
Width 2000 mm

BEFAMA CU 641 Carding machine

Year: 1980

Working width 220 cm
Nbr of drums 2
Width 2200 mm
Ø of drums 1300 mm

RIETER cards type C4-A

Year: 1992

3 RIETER cards type C4-A, year 1992, with TRÜTZSCHLER chute feed system type FBK 533 (year 2004), AutoSilver control type EZA–1, auto lever, auto doffer, pot diameter 60 cm, pot height 110 cm 1 RIETER card type C4, year 1987, with TRÜTZSCHLER chute feed system type FBK 533 (year 1999), AutoSilver control type EZA–1, auto lever, auto doffer, pot diameter …

DELL'ORCO & VILLANI CO1000 Carding machine

Year: 2010

Working width 1000 cm
Ø of drums 515 mm
Nbr of drums 3

Spinnbau carding machine

Year: 1991

Working width 250 cm

F.O.R. 2500 mm Carding machine

Year: 1988

Width 2500 mm
Ø of drums 1500 mm
Nbr of drums 4

Understanding Carding Machines in the Exapro Textile Machinery Marketplace

At Exapro, we connect professionals with top-tier industrial machinery solutions. Within our extensive offerings, the category of Textile Machines includes essential equipment such as Carding Machines. Let’s explore what these machines entail, their importance, and why Exapro is the ideal marketplace for buying or selling them.

What are Carding Machines?

Carding machines are essential pieces of equipment in the spinning process of textile manufacturing. They are used to disentangle, clean, and intermix fibers to produce a continuous web or sliver suitable for subsequent processing. Carding is a critical step that influences the quality of the final yarn, ensuring that fibers are evenly distributed and free from impurities.

Types of Carding Machines

  1. Roller Carding Machines: Use a series of rollers to open and card the fibers, suitable for high-volume processing.
  2. Flat Carding Machines: Feature a flat surface with wire teeth that comb through the fibers, used for specific types of fiber preparation.
  3. Revolving Flat Carding Machines: Incorporate revolving flat cards for continuous processing and high efficiency.
  4. High-Production Carding Machines: Designed for large-scale operations, offering high-speed and high-volume carding capabilities.
  5. Double-Doffer Carding Machines: Equipped with two doffers to enhance fiber transfer and improve the quality of the carded web.

The Exapro Advantage: Buying & Selling Carding Machines

Navigating the world of used industrial machinery can be complex, but Exapro simplifies the process. For those looking to purchase, the key benefits are manifold.


Acquiring new carding machines can be a significant financial commitment, especially for small businesses or start-ups. Through Exapro, professionals can obtain these machines at a fraction of the cost of new ones, ensuring exceptional value for money. On our platform, the price range for used carding machines typically lies between €10,000 and €100,000, reflecting the variety available in terms of age, brand, wear and tear, and additional features.

Quality Assurance

At Exapro, every listing undergoes a thorough evaluation process to ensure each piece of equipment is in excellent working condition and ready for its next operational chapter. This rigorous vetting process guarantees that even used machinery meets high standards of quality and reliability.

Market Reach

Carding machines are crucial for efficient and precise fiber processing in the textile industry. Whether you're looking to invest in one or sell it, Exapro offers a platform that ensures convenience, reliability, and value. Embark on the future of textile manufacturing with Exapro – where tradition meets innovation.

Main Advantages of Carding Machines

Carding machines are indispensable in the textile industry due to their numerous benefits. Here are the main advantages:

High Efficiency

These machines enable high-speed carding of fibers, significantly increasing output and reducing production costs.

Consistent Quality

Carding machines provide uniform and consistent results, ensuring high-quality yarn production with minimal impurities.


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

Improved Fiber Alignment

Carding machines align fibers in a parallel manner, enhancing the strength and quality of the resulting yarn.

Reduced Waste

By efficiently cleaning and separating fibers, carding machines help minimize material waste and improve cost-efficiency.

Main Machine Parameters of Carding Machines

When evaluating or understanding carding machines, several key parameters are considered to ensure they meet specific requirements. Here are the main machine parameters:

Production Capacity

The volume of fibers the machine can process per hour, determining its suitability for different production scales.

Working Width

The width of the carding area, affecting the machine's ability to handle various fiber types and production volumes.

Speed Control

The ability to adjust the speed of the carding components, impacting the quality and efficiency of the carding process.

Carding Surface

The design and quality of the carding surfaces (e.g., rollers, flats) that impact the effectiveness of fiber separation and cleaning.

Automation Features

The presence of automated features such as programmable controls, automated cleaning, and real-time monitoring, improving efficiency and reducing manual intervention.

Fiber Compatibility

The types of fibers the machine can process, including natural fibers like cotton and wool, as well as synthetic fibers.

Area of Use of Carding Machines

Carding machines, given their versatility and capacity for high-quality fiber processing, find application in a multitude of areas. Here’s a rundown of the primary areas of use:

Yarn Manufacturing

Used for preparing fibers for spinning, ensuring consistent quality and performance in the final yarn products.

Non-Woven Fabrics

Essential for producing non-woven textiles by preparing fibers for bonding and layering processes.

Woolen Mills

Applied in the processing of wool fibers, ensuring smooth and efficient preparation for spinning into yarn.

Cotton Mills

Used for processing cotton fibers, ensuring high-quality preparation for subsequent textile manufacturing processes.

Blended Textiles

Ideal for preparing blended fibers, ensuring even distribution and quality in the final textile products.

Manufacturers of Carding Machines

Several renowned manufacturers in the textile machinery industry are known for their quality and innovation. Here are some prominent manufacturers of carding machines:


A leading provider of textile machinery, Trützschler offers advanced carding machines known for their precision and reliability.


Renowned for their high-quality industrial machines, Rieter provides efficient and versatile carding machines for various applications.


Specializes in textile machinery, offering robust and precise carding machines designed for high-performance operations.


Known for their comprehensive range of textile machines, Marzoli provides reliable and efficient carding machines for the textile industry.

Lakshmi Machine Works (LMW)

Offers advanced carding technology, providing high-quality machines designed for precision and efficiency in textile manufacturing.


Specializes in carding and spinning machinery, offering versatile and efficient carding machines suitable for different production environments.

When considering a purchase or researching carding machines, it's essential to look into these manufacturers' specific models, reviews, and after-sales service. Each brand has its strengths, specialties, and technological innovations that cater to different textile manufacturing requirements.


Carding machines are invaluable assets in the textile industry, offering high-quality, cost-effective, and efficient solutions for preparing fibers for spinning and other processes. Whether for yarn manufacturing, non-woven fabrics, or wool and cotton processing, these machines ensure superior product quality and compliance with industry standards. With the support of Exapro, acquiring or selling carding machines becomes a straightforward and reliable process, allowing businesses to focus on what they do best – producing exceptional textile products.