This depends on the cutting material and blade diameter. For concrete and 16″ blade it is 3000 rpm.
Blade diameter, Bore diameter and Segment thickness, For example, 16″ dia x 50 mm bore x 35 mm Segment thickness.
Add 1″ for margin to the depth of cut and multiply by 2, To this add flange diameter, you will get the blade diameter. For example, To cut 4″ deep, (4″+1″)x2=10″ +6″(flange dia) =16″ You need 16″ blade for 4″ deep concrete cutting.
We have developed a grinding machine to take care of that.
For this we have developed the retexture with multiple blades.
You need not go for the blade with the required thickness of the blade. You can use two blades with shims in between. This will allow you to utilise the blades to their full life and you do not have to keep different inventory.
Yes, Primer needs to be applied before the application of the thermoplastic road marking. However this is not required for Asphalt road.
You need to prepare the templates and need additional tools. This has to be done manually after melting the material.
Yes, We have developed an applicator which can be doubled as preheater, but your production rate drops.
Yes, however you need some tools to maintain the groove and the grooves need to be filled with the sealant.
No, once the work is completed, and sufficient time has elapsed, you can allow the traffic.
The filing does not take much time but the preparation, opening and cleaning will consume more time, hence you can allow the traffic after about 3 hours.
Yes you can, however the limitation will be on the engine capacity. It becomes very bulky if we go for higher power with diesel engine.
Surface cracks will appear.
The cutting can start as soon as the initial setting of the concrete has started. This means that the concrete can take the load of the machine without any deformation. Generally it is about 6 hours from the concrete pouring. However it would be physically checked at site. The cutting would be completed before 24 hours to avoid surface cracks.
The liquid is applied over the surface and forms a film / membrane over the surface and adheres with that surface. This can waterproof only from positive side
If the source of water is from the side same as that of treatment, it is called positive water pressure. If it is from the opposite side, it is called negative pressure.
In presence of the water and cement the chemical forms crystals which will block the pores inside the concrete. Hence it is also called as integral waterproofing. This does not allow the water molecules to pass through but allow the air molecules, thus enabling breathing.