Telescopic Column-Boom Systems

Askaynak Telescopic Column-Boom Systemsare designed for welding of tall materials like wind towers.

Telescopic columnboom systems consists of parts that operate within nested structure with the same logic in telescopic cranes. Telescopic movements of the boom provide a significant space saving. With the digital control panel all features as well as Askaynak branded rotators, positioners and all features of Lincoln Electric
PowerWave AC/DC 1000 welding machines can be controlled.

High-precision and vibration-free skid structure for zero-defect weldings  
Motorized column rotation  
Motorized carriage  
Motorized welding head movement and high control ability  
Durable external painting resistance against scratches and damages  
Touchscreen digital main control unit that can control all features of column-boom and rotators  
Integrated powder collection system for decreasing powder consumption  
Limit switch of engines for mechanical safety of column-boom and emergency situations  
Worm geared shaft for boom movement  
Welding metal deposition rate up to 9 kg/hour (with IdealArc DC1000- NA3 welding head combination)  

Production Monitoring

Analyse and manage your weld data from anywhere by Production Monitoring.

AC/DC Submerged

Software-driven AC, DC positive or DC negative output allows the user to control the deposition rate and penetration. The result over conventional power sources is increased weld speeds, consistently higher quality welds.

Tandem Submerged

Tandem Submerged provides 2 times more weld metal rate, ideal for thick materials.

Multiarc Submerged

MultiArc Submerged enables to weld of very thick material fastly by multiple torches.

Submerged Band Cover

SBC enables the welding surface to have corrosive and mechanical resistance.

HMI Digital Screen

Colomn-Boom, positioner, and rototars can be controlled from only one touch HMI panel.


Lincoln Electric Flextec 650 can be carried on the tank welding system that reduces usage and number of cables.

Get Offer Now