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Concrete Wall Sawing: What to Know

May 12, 2022

Concrete wall sawing is typically used on vertical surfaces for new doorways, HVAC openings or windows. Fine Cut Concrete Drilling and Sawing, LLC out of Kansas City, MO and Tulsa, OK has established a foundation within the company that is based on loyalty and integrity with a dedicated work ethic and determination toward continued success.…

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Concrete Wire Sawing is Fast, Safe and Cost Effective

December 23, 2021

Concrete wire sawing is an ideal method for segmenting or removing large chunks of reinforced concrete that other saws simply can’t manage. Whether it’s steel encased concrete, concrete retaining walls, or heavily reinforced rebar, some concrete structures are simply too large, too strong, or the workspace is too confined for a traditional concrete saw to…

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Concrete Wire Sawing Suitable in Complex Construction Projects

October 28, 2021

Concrete wire sawing is a unique method for sawing concrete in the most complex construction and demolition projects. Not only does this method have a wide range of applications such as cutting through reinforced concrete, metal structures, brick, blockwork, and other tough materials in order to safely remove them, but it is also extremely versatile…

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Concrete Wire Sawing Safely and Predictably Ensures Fresh Concrete Cures

August 26, 2021

Concrete wire sawing is one of the most common methods of ensuring that fresh concrete cures to a finish that is expected from professional operators. It is a technique that originated in stone quarries and is now commonly used for cutting in restricted or remote areas, underwater cutting, and anchor door openings. It is a method…

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Concrete Wire Sawing and Demolition for Commercial and Industrial Use

April 8, 2021

Concrete wire sawing is commonly used for making cuts that require minimal vibration, cuts that are beyond the reach of conventional tools, in restricted or remote areas, anchor door openings, and underwater cuts. This method of cutting uses diamond-laced cables on pulleys that push or pull the wire through the concrete while being cooled down…

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