APLG 3060 Gantry Drilling & Oxy-Fuel/Plasma Cutting Machine

General Details

The steel construction industry has been revolutionized by the implementation of gantries. These innovative devices have changed the way steel is manufactured, assembled, and erected, resulting in faster production times, increased efficiency, and enhanced safety for workers.

The APLG 2060 Gantry Drilling and Oxygen/Plasma Cutting machine consists of two legs, a crossbeam, and a trolley or crane that moves along the crossbeam. It provides a stable and sturdy platform for the movement of heavy steel beams, columns, and other components during the construction process. The APLG 2060 has a hole drilling center with 30 HP power, and a plasma and oxygen cutting unit. The smallest version is 6.5 feet in width, with length starting at 20 feet, while the largest version is 13 feet in width and up to 118 feet in length.

Gantries are essential for erecting large steel structures, such as bridges, skyscrapers, and industrial plants. With the use of the APLG 2060, construction workers can move and place steel components with precision, reducing the need for manual labor and enhancing overall efficiency.

Gantries are also useful in the manufacturing process of steel components. They allow for greater flexibility and customization, making it easier to produce a wide range of steel products. By utilizing the APLG 2060, manufacturers can speed up their production processes, minimize errors, and increase productivity.

Likewise, the APLG 2060 has significantly impacted the steel construction industry beyond it being a more efficient, cost-effective and safer process for construction workers. The APLG 2060 is also environmentally-friendly. 

As the world is becoming more conscious about the environment, industries are now focusing on eco-friendly measures to reduce their carbon footprint. The steel industry is one such sector that has embraced technology to promote a sustainable future. The APLG 2060 Gantry Drilling and Oxygen/Plasma Cutting Machine in the steel industry is an example of how modern equipment can not only improve productivity but also promote a cleaner and healthier environment.

Gone are the days when cutting steel was a labor-intensive and environmentally damaging process. The APLG 2060 uses a high-energy beam to cut through thick steel sheets, eliminating the need for traditional mechanical cutting. This technology not only saves time and effort but also reduces the amount of waste material generated, leading to more sustainable production processes.

The APLG 2060 utilizes pure oxygen gas instead of toxic gasses like acetylene, propane, or butane. The oxygen gas is eco-friendly, and the plasma beam generated during the cutting process doesn’t produce harmful by-products. This means that there is no risk of releasing pollutants into the air or water, leading to a healthier and safer work environment for employees.

The APLG 2060 is not only environmentally friendly, but it is also highly accurate, allowing for precision cutting. The APLG 2060 ensures minimal material waste and provides excellent edge quality. With such advanced technology at hand, steel industries can focus on meeting their production targets while minimizing their impact on the environment.

The APLG 2060 is an example of how industries can promote sustainable growth and development while enhancing their operational efficiency. By using eco-friendly measures like Oxygen and Plasma cutting, the steel industry can reduce their carbon footprint, create a healthier work environment, and support a cleaner, safer, and more sustainable future for all.


  • Plate size (max. mm): 3000×6000 | (max. feet): 10×20
  • Plate thickness with plasma (max. mm): 50 | (max. inch): 2
  • Plasma torches (No.): 1
  • Plate thickness with Oxy (max. mm): 100 | (max. inch): 4
  • Drilling head (No.): 1
  • Drilling tools per head (No.): 8
  • Spindle power (kW): 22 | (HP): 30
  • Spindle max (RPM): 3000
  • Machine weight (Kg): 22730 | (lbs): 50.000
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