Effective and versatile in selective demolition. It cuts vertically, horizontally or any directional angle.
Chainsaw / Power Cutter
The chainsaw is a companion tool to the wall saw. It works well in tight areas and completing corner cuts.
- Wall openings for doorways, windows and ductwork
- Major modification to interior and exterior structures
- Structural floor openings where access is limited
- Machine base removal
- Bank vault removal
- Stairway removal
- Interior wall removal
Areas of Use
- Hospital renovations
- Commercial buildings
- Residential buildings
- Industrial shut-downs
- Hydroelectric projects
- Bridge structures
Di-Tech wall saws enable our operators to cut concrete vertically, horizontally or at any angle required.
The wall saw is one of the most versatile pieces of equipment in the selective demolition arsenal. It enables our operators to cut concrete vertically, horizontally or at any angle required by our clients. The wall saw is track mounted, and the rigidity of this system allows for the straight and precise cutting of any cementitious material. It has the incredible capability of cutting to a depth of 30 inches. However, when the wall areas or structures require deeper cutting, the wire saw provides the most economical and efficient cutting method.
Maintaining the structural integrity of the remaining structure is paramount to any selective demolition process. Utilizing the wall saw in combination with chain sawing or coring allows walls and structures to be cut without over-cutting past the area of intended removal. Concrete or block walls can be sectioned into manageable pieces for easy removal. The wall saw method eliminates vibration and dust generally caused by other demolition methods. The wall saw is ideal for selective demolition in occupied buildings or sensitive work environments due to its clean, efficient, and relatively quiet operation.
Our operators utilize hydraulic, electric over hydraulic, and hi-cycle electric wall saws, which are fully remote controlled.