Diamond Track Sawing or Wall Sawing
Diamond track sawing or diamond wall sawing equipment can cut straight sided openings in floor and walls slabs in the most heavily reinforced concrete of depths of up to 1000mm.
The wall saw is compact, and its handy modules and simple setting up ensure safe and economic usage in a wide array of working situations.
Diamond sawing is vibration free, and lends itself to work where new openings are needed in floor slabs for lift shafts or stairwells, where structural alterations are being carried out, or as part of a structural dismantling process.
DIAMOND TRACK SAWING TECHNICAL DATA
Maximum blade diameter
Maximum cutting depth
Saw motor types
- 110V electric,
- 415V 3-phase electric
- Water treatment infrastructure
- Power stations
- Retail and commercial developments
- Internal/external/confined spaces/at height
Alignment to any angle
Cut through concrete / asphalt / brickwork / stonework / steel
Dust and vibration free
NS – Black and Veatch – June 2016
“Thank you for the great performance that your team has done for the concrete cutting.
Excellent Performance, excellent attitude, very professional and positive attitude is what describe your team currently carrying out concrete cutting at Oldham WWTW.
Under you supervision the team worked so hard and safely against all odds. Thanks for the professionalism shown on this element of work.”
DIAMOND TRACK SAWING CASE HISTORIES
Nash Industrial Services contacted Ram Services and stated that they required a section of reinforced concrete wall 6m high x 2m wide x 375mm thick removing from the Lafarge coal store in their Stoke factory, to allow Lafarge to utilise larger vehicle access. Scheme: Lafarge Cement UK – Stoke Problem: Removal of a section of […]
As part of a major commitment to the HA Maintenance scheme, Ram Services Limited provided teams of concrete cutting specialists to create new large access openings at strategic locations to enable labour, plant and materials to get into the tunnel and travel to the work locations needed. Scheme: Haweswater Aqueduct Maintenance Problem: Lack of Access […]
As part of a scheme to upgrade the facilities to manage storm water flows along the Fylde Coast, Ram Services Limited undertook a structure condition survey of the Harrowside LSO structures for United Utilities, and then were tasked to undertake a range of structural alterations and repair works for Land and Marine during the upgrade […]