Concrete wire sawing gives the most precise cuts on ridges, beams and piers when it comes to making openings in thick walls or removing large concrete structures. Concrete wire sawing is also referred to as diamond wire cutting. Fine Cut’s professional operators are able to cut through steel and heavily reinforced concrete.
Concrete wire sawing is commonly used for underwater cutting, cuts in restricted or remote areas, cuts that require minimal vibration, anchor door openings and cutting through depths which are beyond the reach of conventional tools. The concrete wire saws are capable of cutting through stone, cinder blocks, bricks, asphalt, concrete and structural concrete.
Versatility is a wire saw’s greatest feature. Very often, materials are simply too strong, too large, or your workspace is too confined, for a traditional concrete saw. In those cases, a diamond sawing wire is more than capable of completing the project.
Due to its diamond cutting edge, the wire saw is ideal for segmenting or removing large chunks of reinforced concrete that other saws simply can’t manage. The wire saws can also be configured to tackle such obstacles as steel nuclear reactors or metal engine blocks.
Some concrete sawing jobs require creativity to solve a difficult problem. The wire saw is one way to address large-scale concrete and steel sawing jobs of extra-large cross sections. The advantage of wire sawing is that there is no limit to the depth that will need to be cut. In addition, the noise level is reduced considerably. This is a very safe option when large amounts of concrete are needed to be removed without causing damage to the surrounding structures.
Used properly, the wire saw allows large sections to be removed quickly, efficiently, and safely. This technique can even be used when a job must be done immediately. The wire saw is the ideal solution when there is not time to assemble and transport the typical, cumbersome saws used on most projects. Concrete wire sawing abilities have saved the day numerous times when critical infrastructure was damaged and repairs were required immediately. When there can be no delay, the wire saw’s advantages of speed and efficiency make it the go-to-choice. Fine Cut has the experience working with the wire saw in difficult situations.