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Walk-behind concrete cutter is ideal for creating grooves and inlays into slabs of concrete. These saws are often used for trenching, patch repair, and other concrete and asphalt applications are very effective on heavy concrete as well as stamped concrete.
A road saw can quickly turn a big concrete cutting job into a small one. A road saw is a powerful tool that can cut concrete, masonry, asphalt, brick and other solid surfaces. Often built as a walk-behind machine, a road saw is typically used in municipal work to remove sections of road for plumbing, electrical work or simply road repair. Still, if there is a large section of flooring that needs cutting in our home of office, a road saw may make the job a while lot easier.
If safety precautions are not taken seriously, walk-behind saws can be dangerous. Anyone operating a walk-behind saw must be trained and authorized before use.
A road saw is usually include Walk-behind saw and Self-propelled saw. Its source of power can be gasoline, hydraulic, electric or diesel. JIEHE company have both walk behind saw and self-propelled saw.
How to choose the correct blade?
Before using any walk-behind saw, first choose the correct blade necessary for the job. Always use the proper blade rated for the material you are cutting. Ensure the saw blade is clean and sharp. Dull or sticky blades are more likely to bind up in cuts. Remove cracked or damaged saw blades from service.
Why the road saws easier to control?
Road saws are typically controllable via an instrument panel which controls all aspects of the cutting mechanism. The control panel can control the cutting direction, the cutting depth and also the rpm, meaning the speed at which the blade spins. Many road saws also come with a water tank or pump kit to diffuse harmful concrete dust and are installed with lights for use dimly lit construction sites or for night work.