The 350mm road saw is ideal for cutting concrete and asphalt. Used in demolition, repair and construction jobs, and adaptable for water reservoir or hose connectivity, the road saw is an all-weather workhorse in wet or dry conditions. Private industry and infrastructure development experts rely on cutting power that professional hire equipment provides.
What is a road saw blade used for?
A road saw blade has tremendous power for cutting through concrete, asphalt, bricks and tiles. Road saws are uses for major construction and remediation projects on roads, footpaths, car parks and other areas. A diamond blade is a powerful tool for concrete cutting, making new blades and other Coates equipment a first consideration.
How does a road saw blade work?
Petrol-driven and very powerful, this road saw blade is the fast way to cut through hard surfaces and get the job done. Suitable for wet or dry cutting, the 350mm Roadsaw is easily operated by one person, and is a powerhouse worth investigating.
How do you use a road saw blade?
Road saw blades are easy to attach, and the saw can be operated with precision. This road saw can be connected to a water supply for keeping the blades cool and keeping dust down during serious cutting action.
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