Wall Sawing (wall, window, doors)
Wall sawing is the most versatile method used for the removal and alteration of concrete.
- The wall saw is a track mounted machine that uses diamond blades for cutting new door, window, mechanical, or other wall penetrations. The wall saw is also commonly used on any vertical wall, or bridge space, where the area is too small for large equipment access.
- The power source for wall sawing is typically hydraulic or high-cycle electric, which is preferred to avoid the chance of any line spills which could become hazardous.
- The wall saw can mount to any surface whether it be a vertical wall, floor, steep incline or overhead, making alteration and removal of tricky concreted areas a little less troublesome. With the use of wet-cut diamond blades, wall saws are capable of cutting dust-free up to 32" deep.