Concrete chain sawing is a task that should always be completed by a professionally trained operator using approved tools to keep the area safe. Concrete chain sawing is used to cut through concrete or other hard materials using a specialized chainsaw. Unlike traditional chainsaws used for cutting wood, concrete chainsaws are designed with diamond-tipped chains that can cut through rigid materials like concrete, masonry, and reinforced steel.
Diamond concrete chain sawing is a type of power hand sawing that allows for deeper, more controlled cuts for various jobs requiring power tools. As a concrete cut-off saw, a concrete chainsaw is designed to dive nose-first into the concrete and can cut more than double the depth of a 14-inch cut-off saw, providing a deeper cut with no overcut. In the construction trade, concrete chain sawing is an everyday occurrence and requires skill and expertise that you can’t find just anywhere – hiring a professional is vital. Concrete chain sawing offers several benefits, making it a valuable tool for various construction and demolition tasks. Some of the key benefits include:
· Precision Cutting
· Time Efficiency
· Reduced Vibration
· Increased Safety
· Access to Remote Areas
· Minimal Dust and Debris
· Flexibility in Cutting Depths
· Reduced Noise
· Environmentally Friendly
All our operators maintain proper safety by using personal protective equipment whenever they are concrete chain sawing. They frequently check the saws for damage, broken bumpers, or other necessary repairs that may be needed to be completely safe while operating. Operators are all trained to know what to do and not do safely with the chain saws, as things like rapid pushback and debris flyback could be potentially hazardous. Placements of piping and electrical wires are also essential to be sure of before making any cuts. If you’re looking for a high-standard company that values its clientele and has skilled and experienced operators, just check out our website and call us today!
Fine Cut Drilling and Sawing services the entire Kansas City metro area and our new location in Tulsa, OK. If you are curious whether we serve your area, contact us at (816) 540-5787.