Flat (Slab) Sawing


Flat (Slab) Sawing

Flat sawing is the most commonly used diamond-cutting method.  Also called slab saws, flat saws use a blade that is mounted vertically on a saw that the operator usually walks behind.  Slab sawing can eliminate the vibration and dust that comes with breaking up concrete and allow for clean pieces to be cut, instead of the irregular-shaped pieces created by a breaker. 

Our equipment can flat saw concrete or asphalt up to 24" thick, even if it is heavily reinforced.  If the cutting requires deeper sawing, we may opt for wire sawing to achieve the necessary depth.  We have saws to perform work in any environment and are powered by diesel, electric, or hydraulics.