Prime Technologies Launches Diamond Concrete Cutting Machines in India

Prime Technologies has announced the launch of Premium and cost effective range of Diamond Concrete Cutting Machines from Husqvarna Construction Products, part of Husqvarna AB, for the Indian market.

Prime Technologies Launches Diamond Concrete Cutting Machines in India

According to Mr. Akhil Jain, Prime Technologies, Husqvarna started their operation in India with the sales of K3000 Cut n Break, the handheld, single phase electric machine being manufactured in Sweden at Husqvarna. Featuring company’s unique Cut-n-Break method, K 3000 Cut-n-Break power cutter allows one to make cuts up to 400 mm deep, at a very low tool cost. The machine is best supplement to the wall sawing and wire sawing machines for smaller and medium level jobs. It’s also well suited for smaller jobs like window openings where one want to avoid overcutting at the corners. In addition, it is ideal for cutting pipes in trenches, cutting grooves for cabling and expansion joints, and for crack renovation.

He added that now we are presenting the entire range of diamond concrete cutting machines and tools in India including Floor saw, Core cutting machines, Power Cutters, Wall saw, Wire saw, Kerb Cutting machines. The newest machine we have recently introduced is K970 Ring which is handy and petrol driven and can be used for kerb cutting.


About CPWD Engineers' Association

It is a great pleasure to inform you that CPWD Engineers Association has launched its Blogging page. Now this page will bring to you latest developments/activities of our Members. All efforts are being made to ensure that this website caters to the requirement of CPWD Engineers so far as their various information through this Association is concerned. In course of time this page would be the most useful source of information and would reduce the gap between the Engineers and this Association. Please must inform to other members too. This page is added for various interesting things, Important News & Activities of Association .

Posted on Sat, Mar 17th, 2012, in General Knowledge. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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