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Concut (NSW) is Australia's oldest established company in the field of concrete sawing and drilling, (established in 1958). We have been concrete cutting in Sydney for 60 years.
Servicing the greater Sydney area, we specialise in concrete cutting (including wall sawing & wire sawing) as well as core drilling (both large and small, including inverted drilling).
Providing concrete cutting services to all sectors of the market including residential, commercial, industrial and government. We have the resources and skills to perform any job.
Reasons to choose Concut NSW:
Road Sawing, also known as slab sawing or floor sawing, refers to large self propelled concrete saws that are fitted with diamond blades. They are used to cut horizontal flat surfaces.
Core Drilling specialist in Sydney since 1958. For a professional, fully qualified, and competitive core hole drilling solution call Concut NSW today (02) 9620 4444. Concut NSW is experienced in all aspects of core hole drilling Sydney wide.
Hand held sawing in Sydney refers to portable saws that are fitted with diamond blades. This is more convenient for smaller jobs, where manoeuvrability and space is limited and the depth of cut required is moderate.
Wall sawing in Sydney uses a diamond blade that is mounted on a track which is fastened to the surface to be cut. Wall sawing produces a straight, clean cut which can be employed for both vertical and horizontal cutting.
The concrete grinding uses a circular disc underneath the machine, similar to a lawn mower to slowly grind down high sections of uneven concrete. The end result reduces the height between the concrete surfaces and removes all risk of a trip hazard.
Diamond wire sawing allows almost any large concrete or masonry structure to be cut where other methods are not feasible. It is an ideal tool for cutting and removing reinforced concrete, such as bridge decks, jetties, columns or beams.
The Hand Held Hydraulic crunching process is an ideal method for removing reinforced concrete walls, floors and staircases under controlled conditions