CHASING

CHASING

Chasing is a method used to form neat channels in concrete or masonry structures called "Chases”. These chases are formed using an electric twin bladed dustless extraction system. Two parallel slots are formed in the substructure to the depth and width required. After which the channel is broken out using a light weight breaker leaving a clean neat channel.

The depth and width of the cut can be varied to suit the task and can be cut at any length. This technique is quick and relatively dust free and is used to cut chases for conduits and pipe-work in walls, floors and ceilings. It is suitable for all types of brickwork and block work.
 
 

KEY FEATURES


• Non percussive/low hand arm virbrations

• Virtually Dust free

• Low noise

• Easily accesses sensitive and inaccessible areas

• Fully trained CSCS accredited operators

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