Diamond wall sawing, or track sawing, is a track-mounted system that is bolted to a wall and is used to create openings for doorways, windows and ducts. Other applications for diamond wall sawing systems include creating separation joints prior to demolishing a wall, and cutting openings where a floor saw would find it difficult to gain access. We can use 3-phase hydraulic or 3-phase high frequency wall saws.
Diamond floor sawing ensures a fast and effective method of creating openings in reinforced concrete slabs or asphalt surfaces such as motorways, bridges and pavements. Indoors, it is particularly suited to forming openings for service and ventilation ducts, lift shafts, escalators and separation joints prior to demolition. Other applications include cutting expansion and crack inducing joints, cutting for trenches for utility contractors and forming clean-cut edges to concrete slab. We have access to petrol, diesel, or hydraulic diamond floor saws.
Diamond wire sawing is characterised by the use of a metal wire or cable. In this process a diamond beaded wire is wrapped around a concrete or masonry structure; these can be of almost any size or shape. The wire is then fed through a series of pulleys before being tensioned, rotated then pulled through the concrete to be cut.
Wire saws are an ideal tool for cutting through large sections of reinforced concrete such as bridge sections, jetties, columns or beams. It is particularly useful when it is necessary to isolate extremely thick or awkward concrete shapes.