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Why spend vast amounts of your company's capital on new machinery? Euro Rubber Lines can supply used machinery as is, rebuilt or customized to suit your needs - all at a fraction of the cost of a New Machine!

We can also supply skilled labour with extensive knowledge of Rubber and Plastic Machinery as well as the tools, heavy plant and specialist transportation equipment required for machinery and factory relocation.

We buy, sell or part exchange your old equipment (more...) and we offer a comprehensive Removal and Installation Service! (more...)

It makes sense to contact Euro Rubber Lines, whatever your rubber processing requirements

New Equipment

We are European agents for BAINITE MACHINES PRIVATE LTD a technology driven engineering company manufacturing customised machinery for the Rubber & Tyre Industry. BAINITE design machines and through it's extensive field data and feedback programmes, develop enhanced user-friendly features.

Bainite

 

  • Supplying new equipment
  • Reconditioned/Rebuilt or Upgraded previously used machinery
  • Supplying Peripheral Machinery, Spares & Ancillary parts
  • Consulting on turnkey projects - from initial design to the final installation

 

Combining contemporary technology with over three decades of experience, blending mechanical engineering expertise with understanding of customer needs, BAINITE and ERL offer you superior solutions.

Wanted Items

Surplus Machinery and Processing Equipment

We are always looking to buy any equipment,  whether liquidating a whole plant, a complete line, or just some accumulated idle machinery or processing equipment, if you are looking to sell your second hand machines then we can work with you, or create a special arrangement, to better suit your needs. Either telephone us on the number below,or use our contact form and we will be happy to work with you.

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