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Flat Sawing

Flat Saws feature a diamond blade that is mounted on a walk behind machine. They are used to remove concrete sections for demolition purposes, remove damaged pavement sections and to prepare cracks for repair.

Wall Sawing

Wall sawing employs a hydraulically driven, diamond blade saw, mounted on a track. The track is attached to a steep incline or horizontal wall that would not permit the use of a flat saw. Track sawing allows precise cutting to door, window and vent openings.

Diamond Cutting Systems

Diamond cutting systems are fast and require fewer operators, compared to conventional concrete removal systems. Diamond cutting allows pre-outage work to be accomplished. Diamond cutting systems allow for precise cutting, which eliminates or limits patchwork. Diamond cutting is vibration free and allows the removal of large amounts of concrete, while maintaining structural integrity.

Core Drilling

Core drilling techniques are used when precise, circular cuts are needed. Core drilling is commonly used to create holes for routing pipes and cables, or installing anchoring devices, or for analysis of concrete structures, rock or strata.

Wire Sawing

Wiresawing is a method for slicing and cutting silicon wafers, granite, marble and stone. In wiresawing, a taut steel wire is run through an abrasive slurry of silicon carbide which acts as the cutting agent between the work piece and the wire. Wiresawing is commonly used in the granite and stone cutting industry, silicon wafer production, and other crystal cutting applications. The wiresawing method is particularly effective for semiconductor materials because it cuts crystals with a high yield and small kerf loss.

 Hand Sawing

Hand sawing refers to the lighter duty use of diamond blades in hand held power saws and chain type saws. Hand sawing provides portability, speed, and accessibility at construction and demolition sites. Typical applications include sawing concrete pipe to length, creating openings for electrical, plumbing or other needs in concrete walls, floors and ceilings, eliminating overcuts associated with other types of sawing, and precision trimming.