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A floor saw blade is a widely used tool in the construction sector, railway maintenance, road construction and repair, concrete works, mining, and many other industries. Floor saws are effective tools for cutting hard surfaces where cutting operations are difficult. With the right equipment and workmanship, floor saws can accelerate cutting operations and minimize errors.

At Sonmak, we manufacture high-quality and powerful floor saws. Our products are made from robust and durable materials, enabling precise cuts on all types of surfaces. Moreover, we offer various size and power options, helping our customers choose the most suitable option that meets their needs.

Our floor saw models are adjustable for different cutting depths, allowing our customers to achieve the most accurate cutting depth and ensuring more precise and efficient cutting operations. We also provide special filters that minimize dust formation during cutting.

As Sonmak, we take into consideration the needs and demands of our customers, offering customized designs to help them achieve maximum efficiency in their work. Furthermore, we implement strict quality control procedures for our products’ quality and performance, always prioritizing customer satisfaction.

Types of Floor Saws

Floor saws come in various types, differentiated by cutting depths, motor power, and cutting discs. Here are some of the floor saw types we offer at Sonmak:

  1. Petrol Floor Saws: Equipped with a large cutting disc, petrol floor saws are ideal for larger and challenging cutting tasks. They can be used without relying on local power sources.
  2. Electric Floor Saws: Ideal for small to medium-scale cutting operations, electric floor saws are quieter than petrol models as they are connected to an electrical power source. They are also more cost-effective and easier to maintain compared to petrol models.
  3. Hydraulic Floor Saws: Hydraulic floor saws are suitable for jobs that require large cutting depths. With powerful hydraulic motors, they can achieve precise and accurate cuts even on hard surfaces.
  4. Diamond Coated Floor Saws: Diamond-coated floor saws are used for cutting hard materials. The diamond coating allows the discs to last longer, making cutting operations more efficient.

In addition to these types, there are floor saws available in various sizes and with different features. At Sonmak, we strive to offer our customers the most suitable floor saw variety that matches their needs.

Using a Floor Saw

A floor saw is designed for cutting and correcting hard floor surfaces. However, if not used correctly, this tool can cause serious harm and pose safety risks. Here are some basic steps to know about using a floor saw:

  1. Safety Precautions: Before using a floor saw, wear safety equipment such as protective goggles, ear protection, and gloves. Place the saw on a stable and flat surface.
  2. Cutting Depth: Set the saw to the appropriate cutting depth for the surface to be cut. Also, be mindful that hard materials might produce debris during cutting.
  3. Cutting Speed: Adjust the cutting speed depending on the saw’s power and the density of the material being cut. Overly fast cutting can damage the saw and create safety hazards for the operator.
  4. Maintenance: Regular maintenance of the floor saw enhances its performance and durability. Clean the saw blade after each use and replace the cutting disc regularly.

At Sonmak, we not only provide our customers with high-quality floor saws but also offer guidance on their safe usage. When used correctly, a floor saw is an effective tool for cutting and correcting hard floor surfaces.

Extending the Life of the Saw with Floor Saw Maintenance

A floor saw is a durable tool used for cutting concrete. However, without proper maintenance, the saw’s performance can decline, and its lifespan can shorten. Therefore, regular maintenance of the floor saw is crucial. Here are some maintenance tips:

  1. Cleaning: Cleaning the saw blade not only improves cutting performance but also extends the saw’s lifespan. During cutting, concrete, dust, and dirt may stick to the blade, making cutting more difficult. Thus, the saw blade should be cleaned and dried after each use.
  2. Lubrication: Regular lubrication of the saw blade prevents wear caused by friction and heat. Lubrication reduces friction and ensures the blade lasts longer.
  3. Cutting Depth: Adjust the saw blade according to the required cutting depth. If the saw blade exceeds the cutting depth, it may wear out quickly, shortening the saw’s lifespan.
  4. Storage: Proper storage of the floor saw when not in use is essential. Using a saw blade cover or storing it in a dedicated box can prevent damage to the blade.

At Sonmak Diamond Tools, we provide top-quality and durable floor saws to make your work faster and more efficient. To explore our floor saw products, you can visit our official website.