Welding Alloys Machines

Rotary Plate Cladder

High performance, top-quality
plate cladding

The Rotary Plate Cladder machine is a heavy duty welded base assembly with two, three, four or more welding heads, built for hard work. Two or more plates are mounted on a drum and hardfaced continuously, which ensures maximum productivity.

3D CAD illustration of rotary plate cladder automatic welding machine. Back angle view.3D CAD illustration of rotary plate cladder automatic welding machine. Front angle view.

Industries: cement, steel, mining, power, security, agriculture, recycling


  • Dedicated for plate cladding applications
  • Heavy duty construction
  • D3 Touch control unit
  • Constant surface speed
  • Open-arc welding
  • Dimensions up to 3 x 12 meters


  • Achieves perfect quality welded materials
  • Maximum productivity (0,7m²/h for a 6+4 plate with 2 heads and Ø2.8mm wire)
  • Easy operator interaction
  • Different welding beads: stringer beads, oscillated, sine waves
  • Adaptable for various welding processes


  • Heavy duty welding – flux cored wire diameter 1.0 – 4.0mm
  • Wire dispensed from spools or drums
  • Interface with rotary device
  • Spindle device
  • Drum up to 8 tons
  • Linear movement - double motorised carriage assembly mounted on beams:
    • speed 0.5 – 3m/min (horizontal)
    • speed 0.5 – 2m/min (vertical)


  • Water cooled welding kit
  • Additional welding head
  • Twin wire-feed unit with wire straightener
  • Fast oscillators
  • Interface with power source
  • Fume extraction
  • Drop carbide hoppers
  • Gas shielded welding gun kit
  • Sub-arc welding kit
Request a quoteContact us

News & Events


Welding Alloys Argentina has manufactured and delivered a key set of wear parts for the classifier section of an FLSmidth OK 36.4 Vertical Roller Mill.


With a Welding Alloys retrofit solution, you benefit from the same great hardware, but with the latest software and technology at a fraction of the cost!


 Welding Alloys Argentina supplied a complete manufactured bucket lip for a Komatsu 470 wheel loader in November 2020.