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Leclerc Kebec II Counterbalance Loom

LEC-KEBEC

Availability:
4 - 8 Weeks

Leclerc Kebec II Counterbalance Loom

The Kebec II is a strongly built 4-shaft counter-balance loom, allowing the production of wide fabrics. It is operated by two weavers, each one working with his own set of treadles, and throwing or receiving the shuttle in turn .With the flying shuttle beater, it can also be operated by one person.The loom is provided with floating lams; neither end of the lams are affixed to the loom frame. This makes the threading easier. It is always equipped with treadle sets fixed in front. Whichever treadle is used, the tension remains the same and the shed is perfect from one end to the other.

Standard Equipment:

  • Steel reed, 12 dents/inch (5 dents/cm)      
  • 2 metal lease sticks
  • 2 sets of 6 treadles     
  • 2 warp rods
  • Wire heddles, 12½"     
  • 2 aprons
  • 2 boat shuttles 15¼" (6122-2000)     
  • 2 cords
  • 1 doz. plastic bobbins 6133-8000     
  • Book: "Warp and Weave"
  • 1 reed & heddle hook 6141-7000     
  • Assembly instructions


Specifications & Dimensions:

Weaving Width

100” / 250cm

120” / 300cm

168” / 420cm

Number of Heddles

2500

3000

4200

Loom Width

112” / 285cm

132” / 336cm

180” / 457

Depth

49” / 125cm

49” / 125cm

49” / 125cm

Front Height

34” / 86cm

 34” / 86cm

34” / 86cm 

Total Height

63” / 160cm

63” / 160cm 

63” / 160cm 

Net Weight

300lbs / 136Kg

350lbs / 159Kg

400lbs / 182Kg


Options:

  • Loom with inserted eye heddles     
  • Bench open end 
  • Sectional warp beam 1" section     
  • Sectional warp beam 2" section     
  • Flying shuttle beater     

 

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$8,700.00
Description

Leclerc Kebec II Counterbalance Loom

The Kebec II is a strongly built 4-shaft counter-balance loom, allowing the production of wide fabrics. It is operated by two weavers, each one working with his own set of treadles, and throwing or receiving the shuttle in turn .With the flying shuttle beater, it can also be operated by one person.The loom is provided with floating lams; neither end of the lams are affixed to the loom frame. This makes the threading easier. It is always equipped with treadle sets fixed in front. Whichever treadle is used, the tension remains the same and the shed is perfect from one end to the other.

Standard Equipment:

  • Steel reed, 12 dents/inch (5 dents/cm)      
  • 2 metal lease sticks
  • 2 sets of 6 treadles     
  • 2 warp rods
  • Wire heddles, 12½"     
  • 2 aprons
  • 2 boat shuttles 15¼" (6122-2000)     
  • 2 cords
  • 1 doz. plastic bobbins 6133-8000     
  • Book: "Warp and Weave"
  • 1 reed & heddle hook 6141-7000     
  • Assembly instructions


Specifications & Dimensions:

Weaving Width

100” / 250cm

120” / 300cm

168” / 420cm

Number of Heddles

2500

3000

4200

Loom Width

112” / 285cm

132” / 336cm

180” / 457

Depth

49” / 125cm

49” / 125cm

49” / 125cm

Front Height

34” / 86cm

 34” / 86cm

34” / 86cm 

Total Height

63” / 160cm

63” / 160cm 

63” / 160cm 

Net Weight

300lbs / 136Kg

350lbs / 159Kg

400lbs / 182Kg


Options:

  • Loom with inserted eye heddles     
  • Bench open end 
  • Sectional warp beam 1" section     
  • Sectional warp beam 2" section     
  • Flying shuttle beater     

 

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