Concrete Wire Sawing is an innovative concrete-sawing technique used for particularly challenging projects where tradition saws aren’t effective.
Wire saws consist of a thin wire that cuts via the use of abrasion. The wire is impregnated with diamonds, enabling it to cut through almost any material at any depth.
When is Wire Sawing Necessary?
Versatility is a wire saw’s greatest feature. Very often, materials are simply too strong, too large, or your work space 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.
Wire saws also excel in difficult projects involving:
A-Core: No Wire-Sawing Project Too Complex or Simple
Because of their adaptability and strength, the concrete wire saw has become an indispensable tool for any concrete cutting company. A-Core is no exception, relying on its concrete wire-sawing division to handle many of our toughest projects.
Our customers range from state governments to private contractors to residential homeowners, all with a spectrum of construction needs. Whether we’re repairing highways, retrofitting the Utah State Capitol Building for a seismic update, or executing controlled demolition on a 230-foot smoke stack, A-Core provides practical, flexible solutions for construction challenges in every industry and region.
Many of our projects involve segmenting and removing all manner of difficult-to-cut materials from hard-to-reach places. So when it comes to cutting and hauling large, reinforced concrete masses from piers, bridges, towers, dams, and other buildings, our wire-sawing division stands ready. For us, no project is too complex or too simple.
Along with their versatility, concrete wire saws have other benefits, including: