FLOOR SAWING

FLOOR SAWING

Floor sawing is a quick and efficient method used to cut horizontal flat surfaces such as roads, pavements, runways, car parks, bridges and concrete slabs. Pedestrian operated machines consists of a large circular diamond blade mounted on a spindle and powered by diesel, petrol or 3 phase electrical source, depending on site restrictions. Typically used for cutting large openings, expansion joints and surface repairs where fast cutting speeds are required.

 

 
  KEY FEATURES
  • High power turbo diesel engine equipment for production floor sawing externally
  • Precision cutting of reinforced concrete and asphalt
  • Split saws featuring component interchange ability for inaccessible areas
  • Demolition cutting for refurbishment
  • Removal of defective concrete
  • Loop cutting
  • Precision cutting of joints using compact self-propelled saws
  • Minimal vibration
  • Dust free
  • Blade types to suit every application
  • Fully trained CSCS accredited operators