Services

Sawing

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Floor

Sawing Depths

From 10mm to 750mm in both concrete and asphalt

Sawing Widths

2.5mm to 50mm, with any range in

Environmental Protection

All units are fitted with catalectic
converters, which reduce carbon monoxide levels by up to 95%.

Essential for indoor and confined space work.

Power

Electric, diesel and petrol motors

Applications

Concrete and asphalt roadways, concrete floors and bridges

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Hand

Use

Hand sawing can cut through reinforced reinforced concrete, asphalt and brick structures to a depth of 250mm

Diamond chain saws can cut through similar materials to a depth of 600mm

Petrol, electric and hydraulic units available

 

Application

Demolition

Wall, door or floor access

Cutting through, or removal of, suspended slabs

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Track

Applications

Highly versatile method used for:

Sawing reinforced concrete walls and floors

Cutting access for ventilation ducts

Creating door and window access

Stairwells, corridors, service risers

 

Use

Cost saving method for demolition

Machinery can be fixed to concrete

Cuts on angles up to 45 degrees

Cuts flush to existing wall and floor surfaces

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Wire

Nothing Stands in its Way

Wire sawing is the preferred method for removing large structures immovable by other sawing and drilling methods.

Diverse Applications

Restricted only by budgetary constraints, wire sawing applications are diverse.

Effective

Regardless of concrete or steel reinforcement’s strength, wire sawing is an effective method for getting the job done.

Experience

The wire sawing system we use is designed specifically for the construction industry. With jobs for councils, state government bodies and water authorities completed on time, this solution is preferred by many clients.

SC wire saw cutting through 220 lineal metres of 1200mm reinforced weir crest at Gleeson’s Weir, 2010