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Saw-cutting Is An Artform

15 Mar

Saw-cutting Is An Artform

Using a walk behind machine our operators can quickly saw concrete and/or asphalt pavement, cutting trenches for underground utility installations, stairways, elevator openings as well as duct penetrations without causing structural damage to the remaining floor slab or existing pavements.

A concrete saw (often known as a consaw or road saw) is a power tool used for cutting concrete, masonry, brick, asphalt, tile, and other solid materials. It can be a small hand-held cut-off saw, a big walk-behind saw or other styles, and it may be powered by gasoline, hydraulic or pneumatic pressure, or electric motors. The saw blades used on concrete saws are often diamond saw blades to cut concrete, asphalt, stone, etc.