Gas powered masonry saws were discontinued in 2015.
You will see too that we have only one large size 20" masonry saw. It is the all new Masonry 750 Little Beast. It works really well with a wide variety of blade diameters, from a standard 20" to a super grande 30" blade. Now one saw can be used for cutting standard brick and blocks, oversized precast concrete pieces and softer stones like limestone, sandstone, and blue stone. To make sure the Little Beast has plenty of power an all new 7.5 h.p. 220v single phase motor has been developed. The standard 7.5 h.p. 3 phase motor is still available too. All these new features allow the Little Beast to do a lot more than your standard 20" masonry saw!
Imer 2015 Some quick notes:
The Small 50’s are now in an easier to understand setup where you can put the units in to categories with the accessories for the specific applications. Example: Small 50 for fire-proofing setup, Small 50 for tuck pointing, etc. Four new grout pumps were added to the line-up – Step-up 120 (3 phase), Step-up 120a, Koine 35, Koine 4. The first 2 are available, the last 2 will be available once we are properly trained on the units this winter. images soon. The Masonry 700 was replaced with a Masonry 750 which is now available in single or 3 phase. The Masonry 900 was replaced with a Masonry 1000 Added the diamond blades New Terra saw has been added. Images shortly The Masonry 500 series is no longer available
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