Diamond Ring Sawing

Diamond Ring sawing uses a circular diamond tipped blade which can cut up to 600 mm thick when cut from both sides of a wall. This is a hand-held piece of equipment and is used in those situations where it is not possible to a fix a track saw to the wall or floor

This process must be water cooled and slurry control measures can be put in place to collect the slurry as works commence


  • Openings in Walls & Floors

Diamond Track Saw Cutting

Diamond Track Sawing is a method of forming straight cut lines or openings in walls or soffits. A track is fixed to the wall with anchor bolts, and a cutting head fitted to the track which carries a circular diamond blade. Cuts can be formed up to 525 mm thick through reinforced concrete or brick / blockwork

The equipment is powered by 3-phase and LPG gas and can therefore be used inside without creating fumes.

As this equipment is easily transportable it is also used to cut floors in multi storey buildings where it is not practical to get access for heavier floor saws. The process is water cooled, and the slurry can be collected as works commence.


  • Openings in Walls & Floors

  • Door Openings

  • Staircases

  • Factories

  • Structural Alteration

Diamond Chain Saw Cutting

Diamond chain sawing is generally a hand-held process however, we do have wall and floor attachments for our chain saws, and these machines can be electric or hydraulic. Diamond chain saws are ideal in situations where square openings are required through masonry brick and blockwork. It must be water cooled owing to the nature of the chain and arm. In some cases, it can be used in conjunction with a circular saw to prevent overcuts.


  • Through Penetrations

  • Single Openings

  • Preventing Over cuts