This unit has a 14” blade capacity, 66.7cc engine and weighs about 26lbs. and is used for cutting concrete, masonry, brick, asphalt, tile, and other solid materials. The saw blades used on concrete saws are often diamond saw blades to cut concrete, asphalt, stone, etc. Abrasive cut-off wheels can also be used on cut-off saws to cut stone and steel. The significant friction generated in cutting hard substances like concrete usually requires the blades to be cooled to prolong their life and reduce dust.
Is a 14” saw blade which has diamonds fixed on its edge for cutting hard or abrasive materials. There are many types of diamond blade, and they have many uses, including cutting stone, concrete, asphalt, bricks, glass, and ceramics in the construction industry.
A walk-behind saw is powered by gasoline and takes a 14” – 16” abrasive or diamond blade for cutting concrete, asphalt, brick, masonry, steel, etc, weighs about 500 lbs. Ideal equipment for small to medium jobs like parking lots, asphalt road side repair.
Available at: Landscapers Supply of Easley
60# Electric Jack Hammer
Has an impact-to-weight ratio – 35 ft lbs. impact energy at only 63 lbs, total portability, operates on 115/120 V AC/DC, 15-amp outlet or 2,500-watt portable generator for breaking concrete, asphalt, brick, pavers, etc.
Is designed to cleanly and precisely split segmental retaining wall units such as brick pavers. The Kracker is portable and can be moved around a job site by one person thanks to its integrated handles, solid rubber wheels, and 24″ wheelbase. It is small and lightweight enough to be transported in a minivan or small pickup truck. The Kracker feature heavy duty construction, quick height adjustment, a heavy-duty splitting table, a spring-loaded top blade, and an easily pumpable hydraulic foot pedal.