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Stihl saws

Discussion in 'Tools and Materials' started by 23vc, 5 Nov 2018.

  1. 23vc

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    I need to hire something to do some cut outs for steels in my extension, and cut through some big cast reinforced concrete lintels that I need to take out. I was assuming I need one of those petrol stihl with the water feed kit thingy to try and reduce dust. But also heard of other things like quick cut (?) just after any recommendations. Thanks
     
  2. Burnerman

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    Stihl have used the term 'cutquik' for ages now - its just a trading title.
    For sure, its one of these you need, but Husqvarna and Makita do good kit too. Your hire centre will issue you with the discs you need, including the dust prevention system. Diamond discs are the way for concrete, carborundum for the steel rebar.
    John :)
     
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    Nice one, thanks a lot
     
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    9" angle grinder, diamond disc and a hose pipe. Doesn't need to be fancy.
     
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