A drill specifically designed to remove a cylinder of material, much like a hole saw. The material left inside the drill bit is referred to as the core. Mainly used for slab or wall penetrations for plumbing, electrical lines and various utility installations.
These saws are great for getting to tight or small places when our other equipment can't. Provides quick and portable cutting. Over cutting can be reduced or eliminated with a diamond chainsaw.
Wall saws are ideal for thicker deeper or heavily reinforced concrete wall doorway openings, windows and large HVAC openings. We use track-mounted wall saws to ensure straight and precise results.
Slab saws are used to cut out trenches, damaged pieces of concrete/asphalt or for cutting control joints. They create a precise straight edge for contractors to pave or pour back to.
The purpose of Runway Grooving is to eliminate hydroplaning on runways which then results in a shorter braking distance for aircraft on wet pavement. The FFA observed that grooved surfaces drastically reduce all types of skids on wet/flooded runways.
Concrete Profiling/Bump Grinding
Diamond grinding is a concrete or asphalt pavement restoration technique that corrects surface plane irregularities. Improves traction issues and overlay cohesion by providing a macro textured surface. Provides significant riding smoothness.
A wire saw uses a diamond wire that loops around the structure/target for cutting. It's an extremely versatile piece of equipment which allows us to cut very large concrete portions either vertically, horizontal or flush with the ground.