Saw designed for concrete removal and repair

Sanders Saws has a new Diamond Wire Saw, designed for numerous remodeling, restoration and demolition applications. The compact, hydraulic DSM-10A saw from Hakken can be attached to a variety of concrete structures or anchored to the floor. This powerful unit operates at 3,000 psi. Its drive feed system utilizes an electric torque converter that permits a quicker response to the wire load while at the same time extending the diamond wire’s life.

Individual saw components weigh less than 55 pounds, allowing operators to easily maneuver the saw. The DSM- 10A is ideal for concrete removal and repair while installing doors and windows, and on anchor mounts in factories and warehouses. The saw, which has a total weight of 330 pounds when fully assembled, comes standard with a control system for the electrical feed system, electrical connecting cable, a ratchet wrench, and single-ended spanner. Available accessories include a safety panel and stand, add-on pulley and idler pulley.

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