Specialist Cutting Services provide their clients in Berkshire, Surrey, London and the Home Counties with reliable Track Sawing services.
Track Sawing is known to be one of the fasted and most accurate methods of forming separation cuts in to both vertical walls and floor structures. Furthermore, the saws themselves are dependent on the depth of the wall or floor. At Specialist Cutting Services, our Track Sawing services are usually used to saw concrete walls and floors for a range of applications such as windows, openings for ventilation ducts, doorways and reducing the height of existing walls. This service can also be applied to cutting floors to create access to stairwells, corridors and to fix staircases by using special mountings in circumstances where the width of the staircase needs to be reduced. Due to special mountings, it’s now possible to cut on angles of up to 45 degrees, which is also an approved method of saving money on demolitions services and construction costs. We have provided many of our domestic and commercial clients in Berkshire, Surrey, London and the Home Counties with this service and have over 20 years of experience in Track Sawing.
How is Track Sawing applied?
Track Sawing is very useful especially when it comes to demolishing certain areas and not an entire wall or floor structure. This service consists of a hydraulic or a 3-phase electric saw where the head is mounted on the track system, which is then anchored to the surface that’s being cut. The head then navigates along the track, which is either powered by an electric unit or by a hydraulic unit. During the process of Track Sawing the saw is then plunged into the concrete in a series of passes until the required depth of up to 750mm, has been achieved.
Specialist Cutting Services use 3-phase high frequency Track Sawing.
This type of Track Sawing service is an electronically controlled unit which is much lighter than other saws used. Due to it being lightweight, it means that it can be easily carried and used by 1 person, allowing it to be more portable for specific jobs such as plant rooms and roof areas, as no mechanical lifting equipment is required.