Diamond cutting is a process of controlled sawing,
drilling and removal of concrete performed by
skilled operators using special saws that use
diamond impregnated blades.
Unlike the old-fashioned dusty jack hammer
method, modern concrete cutting leaves a smooth
attractive finish and utilizes water so as not to
create any dust or mess. There are many different
kinds of concrete cutting methods but the most
common are wall sawing, wire sawing and slab or
Track Sawing is the process of cutting
openings such as doors or windows in concrete
walls using a mounted diamond saw.
Wall Sawing is especially beneficial in
refurbishment projects where very precise cuts
are required, eliminating vibration to existing
structures and costly making good.
plunge sawing are methods of cutting
very large sections such as concrete beams,
walls and slabs including complex sections such
as bridge decks in one cut.
Floor / Slab Sawing
Slab Sawing, also known as Flat Sawing, is used
to cut horizontal flat concrete surfaces such as
floors, bridge decks and pavement.
This technique may also be used to form openings
in floor slabs for new lift shafts and stair openings,
drainage runs and structural alterations.
Chain / Hand Sawing
hand sawing is commonly employed
when general wall sawing can't be performed.
Hand held units are equipped with diamond blades
and chains. Hand sawing provides portable, quick
cutting with minimal over-cuts.