Asphalt pavement offers advantages in areas that receive snow.
The pavement warms up as sunlight hits a plowed roadway,
melting snow left behind by plows.
Asphalt roads also tolerate salt better than new concrete surfaces.
Asphalt provides better traction and skid resistance for vehicles.
Unlike concrete, asphalt requires a specific saw blade for cutting.
Asphalt is softer compared to concrete,
so soft-bonded blades will not cut it.
A diamond blade with a hard bond is more effective.
Two types of blades are used for cutting asphalt –
wet and dry blades.
The Brandt Asphalt Cutter is a tool specifically
designed for precisely cutting through asphalt for
repair of cracked of broken sections or exposing
the ground underneath for maintenance or repair
of underground lines as efficiently as possible.
A concrete cutting saw, also known as a road
saw or consaw, is a powerful tool used to cut
solid materials like concrete, brick, asphalt and tiles.
These powerful saws are different from regular
saws and are available for various
types of sawing techniques.
Concrete cutting is a controlled process that
removes or modifies concrete.
Concrete is much thicker and stronger than many
other materials in construction, and, therefore,
it requires a special process when you need to cut into it.