Various types of Concrete Cutters
Concrete cutting is commonly used technique that has been around for a long period of time as a basic process when we opt to get perfectly round holes in concrete walls and concrete surfaces. Concrete core drilling is a widely used machine which, can be operated in vertical, horizontal and even upside down directions so the removed portions have sharp and precise edges. There can be a variety of reasons why one would need concrete cutting service.
Every single repair on the street requires cutting with core drills and many types of concrete cutting machines. Concrete cutting procedure is also widely accepted in commercial applications where most of the concrete drills are hand held drills and can be powered by electricity, hydraulics or even air power sources.
Wall sawing is often required service, where we cut pieces in a concrete or masonry walls usually to open up an area for a door or a window. This process usually requires the usage of circular blades which can be applied to cut hard surfaces like asphalt, tiles, bricks or even the hardest natural minerals like diamonds.
The work of concrete cutting can be sometimes dangerous, so if you need such service it is best to hire professionals that use these cutters proficiently. Otherwise, someone may get seriously injured, because the saw blades run very fast and a huge amount of friction is caused so the blades get heathen up very quickly.
Diamond concrete saw blades are highly recommended when it comes to making very precise and clean cuts through concrete. To achieve professional cutting performance you must identify the cutting tools that you are willing to use. Between so many different types of blades if you want to cut a wide range of materials the most recommended are the diamond saw blades.
Various types of concrete should be cut at a different periods of time. For instance, the timing of the cut will depend primarily of the blade you will pick. There are specially designed blades to cut the concrete while it’s still green in order to avoid the cracks after the concrete is hydrated. Determine whether you are cutting wet or dry concrete. Concrete that is usually cut with water is also known as wet cutting technique and can help you reduce the dust, especially if you need to keep the temperature of the blade cool. But when there is no water close to your working area or you need to work indoors, the dry cutting technique may be your only option.
Lastly, you will need to match the blade with the speed range of the saw. Don’t forget to adjust the speed of the diamond blade during the operation procedure. If you lower the speed below the recommended you can demolish the concrete. Exceeding the blade sped over its potential can damage the saw and you are risking to hurt yourself.