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Saw and Track System evens off concrete pilings.

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April 18, 2011 - Capable of cutting accuracy to ±1/16 in., APS-438 Air-Powered Saw and FlexTrack® system features track sections that attach to circumference of pilings and forms from 6 in. dia and up. Trolley with 4 V-grooved stainless steel roll guides moves along track and holds saw with 14 in. fiberglass reinforced abrasive blade that cuts to 5 in. depths. Suited for cutting concrete or highly alloyed steel, saw has 3 hp motor and operates on 90 psi @ 80 cfm.

Esco Tool

50 Park St., P.O. Box 530, Medfield, MA, 02052, USA

Original Press Release

Saw and Track System Evens Off Concrete Pilings

Press release date: April 12, 2011

An air-powered saw and track system for evening the tops of concrete pilings or forms and cutting through steel and rebar is being introduced by ESCO Tool of Holliston, Massachusetts.

The ESCO APS-438 Air-Powered Saw and FlexTrack® system features track sections that can be attached to the circumference of pilings and forms from 6 in. dia. and up. Gliding along the track on a trolley with four "V" grooved stainless steel roll guides, this saw is fully supported to minimize operator fatigue and produces square cuts.

Capable of cutting accuracy to ±1/16" when mounted to a smooth surface, the ESCO APS-438 Air-Powered Saw features a 14" fiberglass reinforced abrasive blade that cuts to 5" depths and has a trolley that mounts rigidly to the FlexTrack® system. Suited for cutting concrete or highly alloyed steel, the saw has a 3 HP motor and operates on 90 psi @ 80 CFM.

The ESCO APS-438 Air-Powered Saw sells for $5,995.00 (list) or can be rented and FlexTrack® is priced from $124.00 per ft., depending upon length.

For more information contact:

ESCO Tool
A Unit of Esco Technologies, Inc.
Matthew Brennan, Marketing Director
75 October Hill Rd.
Holliston, MA 01746
(800) 343-6926 FAX (508) 359-4145
e-mail: matt@escotool.com
www.escotool.com

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