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Kennards Concrete Care hire out wet-cut petrol concrete chainsaws that cut work time

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Kennards Concrete Care, has added a new model, wet-cut petrol concrete chainsaw to its extensive range of specialty hire equipment.

The ICS wet-cut petrol concrete chainsaw cuts through double brick, reinforced concrete and masonry to a depth of 350mm and weighs just 9.5kg with the chain and bar, making it comparatively lightweight.

Gledhill Constructions recently used one of the concrete saws on a BER project, involving a new library and four new classrooms, at St Patrick’s College, Strathfield, in Sydney.

Site manager, Stephen Baldwin, said the concrete chainsaw was used to cut door openings in existing 270mm cavity brick walls and tooth out the brick work while installing a lift for disabled access between two existing buildings with different floor levels.

“It was a good option because it worked quickly and created less dust and less damage to the surrounding brickwork,” says Baldwin.

Garrie Lancaster, Martyn Kilbride and Joel Bosman, who operated the wet-cut petrol concrete chainsaw, said it was lighter than other saws and easy to handle.

The deep cuts and square corners made by these new concrete chainsaws mean they can get the job done with fewer steps.

These concrete chainsaws mean construction personnel no longer have to try to match up cuts from both sides, and the need for impact tools that risk damage to the surrounding concrete or masonry is eliminated. Furthermore, by eliminating the over-cutting of corners, patchwork is reduced.

Hydraulic-powered chainsaws can also be hired from Kennards Concrete Care, which has a wide range of equipment for concrete related jobs, from demolition, grinding and stripping to drilling, cutting and cleaning.

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