Track Sawing

The fastest and most precise method of cutting reinforced concrete large depth walls creating openings in vertical concrete structures. This technique is commonly used to cut doors and window openings through walls and floors.

The system consists of a track that supports a travelling saw head and circular steel blade with diamond segments. The track is bolted to the concrete surface, such as a wall or other steep incline. The Saw travels backwards and forwards along the track rails, powered by a hydraulic or electric motor. The cut is made as the blade makes a series of passes over the surface area. This method can be used to cut openings of up to 1005mm depth.

Wire Sawing

Wire sawing is perfect for removing large concrete structures or where other cutting methods are not practical. Diamond wire is threaded through a series of pulleys attached to a drive wheel. A constant pulling force is applied to the spinning wire to cut through the concrete. The diamond wire sawing system can be used to cut through vertical, horizontal and angled openings. The wire length can be easily extended for almost unlimited cutting depths.

Diamond wire saws can be operated in confined spaces, are fast and emit low levels of noise. It is a versatile method for extracting large sections of heavily reinforced concrete.