Wire saws are machines that are made up of abrasive braided wires infused with diamonds. Attached to an hydraulic wheel, looped wires can cut through a variety of materials at even the thickest depths. It’s a suitable option for builders to consider for materials such as brick, stone, steel, granite, and concrete. This type of saw was first used in the early mining industry, and has grown to be a common tool in the construction industry.
Wire sawing is an option that builders can take advantage of when they have a difficult project that can’t be completed with another type of saw or removal process. If a traditional saw hasn’t been working for your project or you’ve reached a new challenge, here is some information on how wire sawing could be a great option for you.