Slab sawing is generally used in the cutting of expansion and control joints, cutting
trenches for plumbing or electrical purposed and for cutting reinforced concrete floors.This can be accomplished using gas or electric saws up to 16” deep.
Wall sawing is used to cut vertically, horizontally and at any required angle. The saw is mounted on rigid track that allows for excellent precision in applications requiring
accuracy. These include residential, commercial and industrial projects from cutting
doorways and windows to structure removal and modification. Neskor utilizes hi-cycle remote controlled electric wall saws as well as chains saws that are both gas and electric.
Core drilling employs a diamond tipped bit to bore as deep as required and up to a core diameter of 32” although larger diameter holes can be accommodated if required. Typical applications include holes for plumbing, electrical, HVAC, sewer and in conjunction with wire saw and wall sawing projects.
Wire sawing is the most versatile method of cutting reinforced concrete. It employs a diamond wire that is rotated with tension to cut through structures. It is often used in industrial applications that require cutting of reinforced concrete greater than 24” in thickness. Wire sawing can be employed in the cutting of foundations, bridge piers, steel and concrete pipes and most any section of concrete required.