At Kitmondo, we offer a wide selection of used floor type drilling machines, also known as column or pillar drills, which are essential for precision drilling tasks in the metalworking industry. These durable machines are built for heavy-duty drilling operations, providing stability and accuracy in applications such as fabrication, machining, and maintenance work. Our floor type drilling machines are priced from €3,000 for basic models to €30,000 for advanced, high-capacity units from top brands like Flott, Arboga, Alzmetall, and Fervi. Each machine comes with unique specifications, including spindle speed, drilling capacity, table size, and automation level, ensuring they meet your specific production needs.

When choosing a floor type drilling machine, it's important to consider factors like the type of materials being drilled, the required drilling depth and diameter, the machine's power and speed range, and the ease of operation and maintenance. These elements are critical for achieving high-quality drilling results, enhancing production efficiency, and reducing operational costs. Investing in our used floor type drilling machines not only provides access to premium equipment at significantly reduced prices but also promotes sustainability by extending the lifecycle of durable machinery. Trust in Kitmondo's commitment to excellent customer service to help you find the perfect drilling machine to improve your metalworking operations.

Browse Kitmondo’s listings today to find reliable floor type drilling machines that deliver outstanding performance and exceptional value for your precision drilling needs.

ALZMETALL AB 36 HST Pillar drilling machine

Year: 1999

Drilling Ø 36 mm
Table width 470 mm
Spindle taper MT 4
Table length 620 mm
Spindle speed 3400 rpm
Throat 230 mm

IBERDRILL AX32 Pillar drilling machine

Year: 2020

Drilling Ø 32 mm
Table width 420 mm
Spindle taper
Table length 400 mm
Spindle speed 1500 rpm
Power 1.1 kW


Drilling machine

Year: 1991

Drilling Ø 22 mm
Table width 200 mm
Spindle taper
Table length 600 mm
Spindle speed 1200 rpm
Power 2.5 kW

Průmyslový kombinát Dačice VS 32 B Pillar drilling machine

Year: 1990

Drilling Ø 32 mm
Table width 316 mm
Spindle taper MORSE 4
Table length 400 mm
Spindle speed 2240 rpm
Power 2.2 kW

NSC SCHLUMBERGER RF6 Pillar drilling machine

Year:

Drilling Ø 82 mm
Table width 800 mm
Spindle taper CM4
Table length 800 mm
Spindle speed 1800 rpm
Head traverse 240 mm

ERLO Group ERLO TC 30 Pillar drilling machine

Year: 1992

Drilling Ø 30 mm
Table width 400 mm
Spindle taper MK3
Table length 420 mm
Spindle speed 1420 rpm
Head traverse 180 mm

ERLO TC 30 Pillar drilling machine

Year: 1992

Drilling Ø 30 mm
Table width 400 mm
Spindle taper MORSE MK3
Table length 420 mm
Spindle speed 1420 rpm
Head traverse 180 mm

Gillardon GB 40 VE Pillar drilling machine

Year: 1985

Drilling Ø 40 mm
Table width 500 mm
Spindle taper MT 4
Table length 500 mm
Spindle speed 1000 rpm
Head traverse 200 mm

Used WMW Saalfeld BK 50 AI Pillar drilling machine

Year:

Drilling Ø 50 mm
Table width 640 mm
Spindle taper MK 5
Table length 770 mm
Spindle speed 1400 rpm
Head traverse 280 mm

Used WMW BK 50 AI Pillar drilling machine

Year:

Drilling Ø 50 mm
Table width 640 mm
Spindle taper MK 5
Table length 770 mm
Spindle speed 1400 rpm
Head traverse 280 mm

Ibarmia B 70 P Pillar drilling machine

Year: 1998

Drilling Ø 70 mm
Table width 1000 mm
Head traverse 1500 mm
Table length 500 mm
Spindle taper

SERRMAC TCO 32 SP Pillar drilling machine

Year: 1999

Drilling Ø 37 mm
Table width 350 mm
Spindle taper
Table length 600 mm
Spindle speed 2100 rpm

Used Alzmetall AB 35 S Pillar drilling machine

Year:

Drilling Ø 45 mm
Table width 500 mm
Power 0.8 kW
Table length 600 mm
Spindle taper MK 4

ERLO TCA 70 DRILLING MACHINE

Year: 2005

Drilling Ø 70 mm
Table width 470 mm
Spindle taper MT 5
Table length 730 mm
Spindle speed 1238 rpm
Throat 400 mm

SYDERIC S 120 UB Pillar drilling machine

Year:

Drilling Ø 55 mm
Table width 310 mm
Spindle taper
Table length 500 mm
Spindle speed 2150 rpm

Used Gillardon GB 20 Pillar drilling machine

Year:

Drilling Ø 25 mm
Table width 400 mm
Spindle taper MK 2
Table length 400 mm
Spindle speed 3000 rpm
Throat 285 mm

ERLO TF 35 CNC Pillar drilling machine

Year: 1999

Drilling Ø 35 mm
Spindle taper MK 4


-- ED32F Pillar drilling machine

Year:

Table length 420 mm
Spindle taper MT4
Table width 470 mm
Throat 254 mm


Precision and Stability: A Comprehensive Guide to Floor Type Drilling Machines

Floor type drilling machines, commonly known as column or pillar drilling machines, are vital assets in the metalworking industry. These machines offer a stable and robust platform for precise drilling operations, making them ideal for tasks that demand accuracy and repeatability. Understanding the various types, features, and considerations for purchasing floor type drilling machines can significantly enhance your workshop's capabilities. Kitmondo, a premier online marketplace for used industrial machinery, provides a broad selection of these machines, allowing businesses to access high-quality equipment at competitive prices.

Varieties of Floor Type Drilling Machines

Floor type drilling machines come in multiple configurations to meet diverse industrial requirements. Here’s a detailed look at the primary types:

Column Drilling Machines

Column drilling machines feature a vertical column that supports the drill head, offering stability and precision for drilling tasks. These machines are commonly utilized for medium to heavy-duty drilling applications.

  • Standard Column Drilling Machines: Equipped with a fixed column, these machines are suitable for a broad range of drilling operations, making them ideal for general-purpose drilling in metalworking shops.
  • Radial Column Drilling Machines: These machines come with an adjustable radial arm that allows the drill head to move horizontally, making them perfect for drilling large workpieces and providing greater flexibility.

Pillar Drilling Machines

Pillar drilling machines, similar to column drills, are built with a sturdy pillar that offers a stable support structure for the drill head. They are recognized for their rigidity and accuracy.

  • Standard Pillar Drilling Machines: Featuring a fixed pillar, these machines are used for precision drilling in various materials, suitable for both small and large-scale operations.
  • Heavy-Duty Pillar Drilling Machines: Designed for high-capacity drilling tasks, these machines can handle larger workpieces and more demanding applications.

Key Features and Specifications

When choosing a floor type drilling machine, it's essential to consider specific features and specifications to ensure the machine meets your operational requirements. Key factors include:

Drilling Capacity

Drilling capacity refers to the maximum diameter of the hole the machine can drill and the thickness of the material it can handle. Ensure the machine meets your specific material and hole size requirements. Kitmondo’s listings provide detailed specifications on drilling capacity, aiding you in finding a machine that matches your needs.

Spindle Speed and Power

The spindle speed and power determine the efficiency and effectiveness of the drilling process. Higher spindle speeds and power ratings facilitate faster and more precise drilling operations. Look for machines with variable speed options for greater flexibility.

Table Size and Adjustability

The size and adjustability of the worktable affect the machine’s versatility and the range of workpieces it can handle. Seek out machines with large, adjustable tables that can be tilted and rotated to manage different drilling angles and positions.

Build Quality and Durability

The build quality and durability of the machine are crucial for long-term operational efficiency. Machines made from high-quality materials, such as cast iron and hardened steel, are more resistant to wear and tear. Easy-to-maintain designs and accessible components simplify maintenance, reducing downtime and operational costs. Kitmondo provides information on the condition and maintenance history of used machines to support informed decision-making.

Automation and Control

Advanced automation and control systems enhance precision, consistency, and efficiency in drilling operations. Features like programmable settings, digital readouts, touch-screen interfaces, real-time monitoring, and automated adjustments can significantly boost productivity and ensure consistent product quality. Kitmondo’s platform includes machines with varying levels of automation, allowing you to find the right balance between functionality and ease of use.

Safety Features

Safety is a top priority in metalworking operations. Look for machines with safety features like emergency stop buttons, protective guards, and automatic shutdown mechanisms to protect operators.

Leading Brands in Floor Type Drilling Machines

Choosing reputable brands ensures higher quality and better support. Here are some top brands in the floor type drilling machine market:

  • Alzmetall: Known for their high-precision and innovative machines, Alzmetall offers robust solutions for various drilling applications.
  • Kira: Renowned for their durable and advanced technology, Kira’s machines are highly regarded in the metalworking industry.
  • Aciera: Provides a range of high-performance drilling machines known for their reliability and efficiency in demanding applications.
  • Weiler: Offers versatile drilling machines characterized by efficiency and robustness, suitable for large-scale operations.
  • Colchester: Known for producing high-quality machines designed for precision and high-speed drilling, ideal for complex and high-volume production.

Kitmondo features equipment from these and other reputable brands, ensuring access to reliable and well-supported machinery.

Pricing of Used Floor Type Drilling Machines

The cost of used floor type drilling machines varies widely based on factors like age, condition, brand, and specific features. Generally, prices can range from several thousand to several tens of thousands of dollars. For instance, a used Alzmetall column drilling machine might be priced between $5,000 and $15,000, while a high-end Kira radial column drilling machine could cost between $20,000 and $50,000. Kitmondo’s marketplace offers a range of pricing options, providing transparency and competitive deals for buyers.

Conclusion

Floor type drilling machines are essential tools in the metalworking industry, offering efficient and reliable solutions for precision drilling operations. By understanding the different types of machines and key factors to consider when purchasing, businesses can make informed decisions to enhance their operational capabilities. Kitmondo offers a comprehensive platform for sourcing high-quality used machinery, with detailed listings and competitive pricing. Whether you need a column drilling machine, a radial column drilling machine, or a heavy-duty pillar drilling machine, Kitmondo’s extensive inventory and user-friendly interface make it easy to find the right equipment for your needs.