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General Equipment CS8 Random Crack Saw
December 11th, 2007
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Designed to follow random crack patterns in asphalt and concrete surfaces, General Equipment Company’s CS8 Random Crack Saw utilizes 8-inch diameter, dry cut-type diamond blades to produce smooth-sided cuts for proper crack filling procedures. Power is supplied by an 11-horsepower Honda engine equipped with a Cyclone-type air filter system for maximum protection against fine-grained dust contamination. An available propane engine conversion allows use in confined areas where gasoline exhaust fumes are not permissible. A center-mounted blade configuration allows the CS8 to center pivot about its own axis to more easily follow random crack patterns. The configuration is intended to maximize blade life by minimizing undercutting. Maximum cutting width is 1/2 inch and maximum straight-line cutting depth is 1-1/2 inches.
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