Kennards Concrete Care supplied a self-propelled, 20 inch (500mm) road saw that completed work in extra quick time when used to demolish a concrete awning during the redevelopment of a luxury block of home units.
“It goes real well – like cutting through butter,” said Garrett Field, who operated the petrol powered road saw on the project, situated on the edge of Sydney Harbour.
The concrete cutting unit has a maximum blade diameter of 508mm, can cut up to 190mm deep, weighs 175kg and has an easy to read depth gauge.
Kennards Concrete Care also hires a larger model of the self-propelled road saw which is diesel-powered and can run blades up to 760mm (30in), with a maximum cutting depth of 305mm. It also features an easy to read depth gauge and by switching the guard, the blade can be operated on the left or right side. Diesel power allows greater torque when cutting.
The larger model of road saw weighs 544kg and is 1270mm long, 781mm wide and 1067mm high and the diesel power allows greater torque.