top of page
HC150-0040 Wall Sawing.jpg

Wall Sawing

The cleanest, safest, and most effective way to do vertical concrete cutting, wall sawing is most commonly used to create door and window openings in concrete and other hard mineral materials.

Benefits of Diamond Wall Sawing
  • Efficiency and accuracy. Saving time and money. 

  • There’s no external e-box on our wall saws. The controls are electronic and fully integrated, making the saws more compact and lighter.

  • With fewer electrical interfaces and no heavy hydraulic lines, the saws are easier to set up, use, and transport, saving time on the job.

  • The saws and the cutting depth can also be controlled via remote control, which improves safety and the accuracy and quality of the cuts.

  • Using the Hilti Cut Assist, which equips tools for fully automated cutting. With the Hilti Cut Assist, sawing starts when the surface is detected, and continuously optimizes speed, gear, and water flow, even when cutting through rebar. Cut Assist dramatically increases productivity and creates time for other tasks.


Wall Sawing Applications
  • Cutting and extending openings in concrete walls and floors.

  • Precise demolition of walls and floors with low vibration (for sensitive areas or buildings).

  • Cutting through heavily reinforced concrete, synthetic and natural stone, brick and block, and other mineral-based materials.

  • Cutting in tight spaces and where access is difficult.

HC150-0110 Wall Sawing 1.jpeg
Why Use Wall Sawing.

Despite the name, concrete wall sawing is not limited to walls—we use the same tools and techniques to make flush cuts into ceilings and floors. Anywhere we can install 1/2” anchors and mount our wall saw track, we can cut concrete with wall sawing.

With 24 inches of depth (48" if we cut from both sides) and flush results with no overcuts, concrete wall cutting will not cause any structural damage, making the old ways of pneumatic concrete breaking obsolete

Wall Sawing In Action

Wall Sawing
Play Video
Action-Husqvarna-WS482 Wall Saw 2.jpg
Interested In Our Services?

We’re happy to provide a quote. Use your preferred method below. We look forward to exceeding your expectations.

  • Can Robots break overhead concrete?
    Yes, they can break overhead concrete with demolition arms that reach 15’ high. They can reach even higher, using Hi-LOs and other supporting equipment as a base.
  • How long does a robot take to demolish concrete or other structures?
    Approximately 30,000 lbs of concrete can be demolished in an 8-10 hour shift.
  • What are the specs on your demolition robots?
    Brokk 90 Reach Up: 13 feet Reach Forward: 12 feet Width: 2.5 feet Height: 4 feet Weight: 2,200 lbs. ​ TDXR 270 Reach Up: 15.5 feet Reach Forward: 14.75 feet Width: 2.5 feet Height: 4.5 feet Weight: 3,900 lbs.

Wall Sawing FAQs

bottom of page