General Equipment Company’s CS8 random crack saw is specifically designed for following and cutting irregular crack patterns in both concrete and asphalt surfaces. Utilizing an 8-inch diameter, dry-cut diamond blade, the saw features a center-mounted blade to produce smooth-sided cuts for proper crack filling procedures. Power is supplied by a 13-horsepower Honda GXV390, 4-stroke engine equipped with a Cyclone-type air filter system for maximum protection against fine-grained dust contamination. The maximum cutting width is 1/2 inch and the maximum straight-line cutting depth is 1-1/2 inches.
The Hilti DSH 700-X and DSH 900-X hand-held gas saws incorporate Easy Start technology, which automatically sets the proper amount of choke for more first-pull starts. Hilti’s innovative Cyclone Air Filtration System removes most of the dust and debris from the engine air intake flow using centrifugal force. Suctioning the cleanest air from the center of the cyclone before sending it to the filter optimizes this process. The DSH 700-X is a 70cc saw available in a 14-inch model, while the DSH 900-X is a 90cc saw in 14- and 16-inch models.
Medusaw is designed to be the first worm drive concrete saw that delivers a complete concrete cutting system. It features an integrated wet/dry dust management system, allowing for cleaner cuts and GFCI protection. Medusaw features a Cut-Ready adjustable plunge lock that allows users to quickly and accurately set and make consistent plunge cuts. The saw also has an integrated rolling footplate with rubber wheels that help users to move it smoothly across hard surfaces and rust resistant brackets and fasteners to protect against corrosion. Finally, the tool includes a retractable front pointer to guide the saw along the cut line and retracts for tight spaces.