Wall sawing uses a circular blade on a track-mounted machine. The track-mounted wall saw is a fast, accurate method of creating larger openings, using diamond blades. It is more typically used to cut precise dimensional openings such as doors, vents and windows.
The track is fixed to horizontal walls or steep inclines when the use of a floor saw is not permitted. It is also an ideal option for forming precise openings in any concrete structure.
Most frequently openings are cut for doors, windows, vaults, silos, chests, foundations, ducts or large diameter pipes or to remove part or all of existing walls. Work is done on newly poured concrete as well as structures being remodelled or rehabilitated.