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However competent the service provider may be, one thing is certain, demolition projects are potentially hazardous. Inhabitants have no other option but to bear the unrelenting noise, obtrusive smells, chaotic equipment fields, damaged materials, and harsh vibrations till the end of the project. As you can see, contractors have to walk on a tightrope, maintaining more »

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The highly crucial projects involving concrete cutting and drilling come with different risks and hazards. Experienced people dealing with such projects understand those risks very well and are able to resolve them successfully. Outlined below are some of the most common concrete cutting and drilling hazards along with their solutions: a) Kick Back This signifies more »

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Are you interested in learning about successful concrete sawing techniques? Let’s start by looking at the two basic saw types ideal for concrete sawing: Handheld saws Walk behind saws Difference between Handheld and Walk Behind Saws Handheld saws as the name implies are handheld tools, which are relatively easy to use. A good handheld saw more »

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safety tool in concrete cutting

Anyone who’s ever tried cutting concrete will tell you that dust and noise are two of the biggest deterrents to the job. Concrete dust containing silica and a variety of other hazardous materials can lead to severe breathing issues, and the high noise levels can damage hearing. Fortunately, there are effective ways to control noise more »

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Reinforced and non-reinforced – both types of concrete surface are often encountered in highway drilling and construction applications. Both require unique drilling methods and also differ in drilling results. For instance, drilling through steel bar produces a different sort of pressure and therefore, has a different wear on the cutting surface. Thus, it is important more »

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