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Brandenburgisches Textilmuseum Forst (Lausitz) Sammlung zur Textilindustrie [28201]


Jigger (Brandenburgisches Textilmuseum Forst (Lausitz) CC BY-NC-SA)
Provenance/Rights: Brandenburgisches Textilmuseum Forst (Lausitz) / Dietmar Fuhrmann (CC BY-NC-SA)


Der Jigger ist eine Breitfärbemaschine für Stückware, vorwiegend in der Baumwoll- und Chemiefaserproduktion. Das Tuch wird über Walzen durch das Färbebad geführt. Seinen letzten Einsatzort fand dieser Jigger in der Spremberger Tuche GmbH, bis 1998.

Measurements ...

L, B, H: 300, 160, 170 cm, G: 2500 kg


[Last update: 2013/12/15]

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