Teesin Machinery Pte Ltd offers sales and rental of construction equipment and machinery for concrete cutting & coring. We supply concrete/asphalt cutters, concrete core drills, masonry table saws, channel cutters, chain saws, wall saws, and wire saws.
Concrete cutting, concrete cutter, masonry saw, channel cutter, wall saw, wire saw, and core drill are all tools used in the process of cutting and shaping concrete and other masonry materials.
A concrete cutter is a tool that uses a rotating blade to cut through concrete. It is commonly used for cutting concrete slabs, blocks, and pavers. The blade of a concrete cutter is typically made of diamond-impregnated steel and is designed to withstand the abrasive nature of concrete. An asphalt cutter, also known as an asphalt saw, is a tool used to cut through asphalt and concrete pavement. It typically has a circular blade that rotates and is driven by a motor or an engine. The blade of an asphalt cutter is designed to cut through the tough and abrasive material of asphalt pavement and is commonly used for cutting expansion joints, making repairs, and preparing surfaces for repaving.
A wall saw is a large saw that is mounted on a track and is used for cutting precise openings in concrete walls and other vertical surfaces.
A wire saw is a tool that uses a continuous loop of diamond-impregnated wire to cut through concrete and other masonry materials. This tool is commonly used for cutting large concrete structures, such as bridges and building foundations.
A core drill is a tool that is used to drill holes in concrete and masonry materials. It consists of a drill bit that is mounted on a shaft and is equipped with a cutting blade that rotates to remove the material as the drill advanced. The core drill works by creating a cylindrical hole in the material, which is often referred to as a "core". Core drills are commonly used in construction and demolition projects for a variety of purposes, including 1) Plumbing and electrical installations: Core drills are used to create holes for pipes, conduit, and other utilities to pass through concrete or masonry walls; 2)HVAC systems: Core drills are used to create ventilation ducts and other openings in concrete and masonry walls for heating and cooling systems; 3) Sampling and testing: Core drills are used to remove cylindrical samples of concrete or masonry materials for laboratory testing and analysis; 4) Concrete repair: Core drills are used to remove damaged or deteriorated concrete and masonry, and to create openings for the installation of reinforcing materials; 5) Anchor installations: Core drills are used to create holes in concrete and masonry for the installation of anchors, such as wall ties or brackets.
A channel cutter is a type of masonry saw that is designed to make precise cuts in concrete and masonry materials, such as cutting channels for electrical or plumbing conduits.
A masonry table saw is a specialized saw that is designed to cut through masonry materials such as concrete, brick, and stone. This saw typically has a large, flat tabletop that provides stability for the material being cut, and a blade that is designed to cut through dense and abrasive materials. The blade is driven by a powerful motor and is adjustable to allow for precise cuts. The saw is equipped with a water cooling system that helps to prevent the blade from overheating and extends its life.
All of these tools are used in construction and demolition projects and are necessary for creating openings, shaping, and cutting concrete and masonry materials to size.