Track Wall Sawing is a precise way to cut openings in concrete or masonry walls. The circular saw blade itself is operated by an electrical driven motor which is mounted to an aluminum track on the wall.
In some cases, the track is mounted on steep inclines or on floors that cannot be cut with a walk behind slab saw. There are many standard applications for the use of the wall saw such as beveled driveway curb cut openings, window and door openings with precision cuts.
Hand Held Wall Sawing is a process used with hand held equipment to make cuts in hard to get areas or where it is not practical to use a wall saw.