Show on map

Brushing machines/Fladders

Brush sanding machines, polishing machines, fladders & more 4 Items
Categories
BIALBERO Shredder
BIALBERO Shredder Brushing machines/Fladders
Top lot
Top lot
Tip
Dimensions (l x w x h) approx. 1,500 x 1,000 x 1,500 mm
Year of manufacture unknown
Weight approx. 1,000 kg
Item available from immediately
Delivery terms FCA Zona Industriale di Calcinato, loaded on truck
Security deposit Credit card required
Zona Industriale di Calcinato Italy, 25011 Zona Industriale di Calcinato
17/12/2021 09:41
0 Bids
3,900 €
Place a bid
Details
Place a bid
Details
EMME ELLE L.C.2 Column Polishing Machine Sanding & Polishing
Tip
Tip
Dimensions (l x w x h) approx. 1,600 x 1,000 x 1,500 mm
Year of manufacture 2011
Weight approx. 750 kg
Item available from immedaitly
Delivery terms FCA Kraftisried, loaded on truck
Kraftisried Germany, 87647 Kraftisried
20/12/2021 10:41
0 Bids
950 €
Place a bid
Place a bid
Details
Brushing machine
Brushing machine Brushing machines/Fladders
Top lot
Top lot
Dimensions (l x w x h) approx. 2,000 x 1,100 x 2,200 mm
Year of manufacture unknown
Weight approx. 1,500 kg
Item available from immediately
Delivery terms FCA Lippstadt, loaded on truck
Lippstadt Germany, 59558 Lippstadt
20/12/2021 10:15
2 Bids
550 €
Place a bid
Details
Place a bid
Details
TILLEKE LSM 2 150/70 0 Brushing machine Brushing machines/Fladders
Hot lot
Hot lot
Dimensions (l x w x h) approx. 2,200 x 1,200 x 1,800 mm
Year of manufacture 1987
Weight approx. 350 kg
Item available from immediately
Delivery terms FCA Lippstadt, loaded on truck
Lippstadt Germany, 59558 Lippstadt
20/12/2021 10:07
10 Bids
430 €
Place a bid
Place a bid
Details

Buying and selling used fladders at Surplex.com

Index

  1. Smooth surfaces and clean corners with the fladder
  2. From the furniture industry to metalworking
  3. Thanks to the fladder, high quality surfaces can be produced faster
  4. Who manufactures fladders?
Used fladder front view

Smooth surfaces and clean corners with the fladder

A fladder is a machine used for finishing the surfaces of wood workpieces or for the deburring, brushing and sometimes polishing of metal workpieces. The fladder uses manufacturing processes that were originally developed in Denmark for surface processing in the furniture industry.

  • Surface treatment for wood workpieces and the deburring, brushing and polishing of metal workpieces
  • Automatic and efficient method for sanding
check1 Quality check2 Great offers check3 Personalized

From the furniture industry to metalworking

The fladder was invented in the 1970s by the Danish development centre HANSEN & HUNDEBØL, to satisfy the needs of leading furniture manufacturers who required an efficient and preferably automatic method of sanding. The machine uses rotating rollers that look very similar to the brushes used in a car wash. The fladder was originally only used for wood workpieces; it is now also used in the processing of metal surfaces. The company FLADDER DANMARK A/S was established under the group HANSEN & HUNDEBØL GROUP for the manufacturing and maintenance of fladders.

FLADDER in use

Thanks to the fladder, high quality surfaces can be produced faster

The fladder is implemented in a variety of ways for the processing of wood and metal workpieces. In addition to the fladder used as a hand-held piece of equipment, there are also a variety of stationary models that are controlled automatically. These include machines with an automatic workpiece feed using rotating or linear work tables that can be integrated into manufacturing systems. Depending on the application, the fladder machine tools can be equipped with pairs of counter-rotating rollers, or a roller star. The star allows varying rotating or oscillating movements that will fit most appropriately to the workpiece. The advantages of the fladder, compared to conventional sanding machines used in woodworking, is that it can create more even and smoother surfaces. The fladder removes fewer fibres from the wood workpiece, than would occur during regular sanding. Therefore, further processing is usually not necessary after painting, and there is a reduced need to use filler or varnish for surface treatment. Furthermore, the use of a fladder results in slightly rounded corners, to which a veneer coat would stick better and has a lower risk of damage than by regularly sanded wood surfaces.

Used fladder 02

In metalworking, the fladder enables efficient and good deburring. With the fladder, any parts of the workpiece can be deburred, without causing any damage to the surface. Using a fladder to process coated metal pieces (for example, galvanised sheets or stainless steel with a protective film) results in perfectly cleaned and round corners without ruining the coating.

Who manufactures fladders?

The fladder is a relatively new machine and therefore is only manufactured upon request by the Danish company FLADDER.

Used fladder workspace

Items that you have recently viewed Show all last seen articles

Items on watchlist
Item removed. Undo