How Do You Cut Through Concrete Walls?
Cutting through concrete walls is best left to the professionals, but if you want to take a stab at it, there are a few ways you can personally cut through that wall yourself. Cutting through a concrete wall can cause more damage than expected, so unless you feel confident and qualified, call a pro. Read on to learn how to cut through concrete walls. Use the right equipment for making a cut through a concrete wall. One way is to make cuts down both sides of the wall using a cut-off saw and then to suspend a 90 lb. jackhammer on ropes to break through. Cut through an 8 inch wall using an aluminum track mounted diamond wall-saw. With a stepped up blade diameter you can cut through 18 inches. Cut deeper than using a cut-off saw by cutting the concrete wall with a partner ring saw. This saw has an eccentric drive cutting deeper using the same blade diameter. Complete clean corners, beam pockets and harder to reach cuts by using a water cooled diamond chainsaw. Use a gas powered hand-held c