At Concrete Visions, we are the concrete core drilling experts. Put our experience and commitment to excellence to work for you. If you are wondering what exactly concrete core drilling is, its benefits, and whether or not you need it, read on to discover everything you need to know about concrete core drilling.
The ABC’s of Concrete Core Drilling
Concrete core drilling involves removing a cylinder, which is often referred to as a core, of material from the ceiling, floor, or wall. Concrete core drilling can be called for in a number of different applications. These include HVAC, plumbing, rebar tie-ins cabling for indoor and residential projects, roadway and slab holes for drainage, and doweling drilling for industrial projects. It is also useful when it comes to quality analyses of materials. Concrete core drilling also allows for recessed lighting to be installed.
Concrete Core Drilling Services Explained
Concrete core drilling services can often be utilized to create new pipe penetrations, which is a valuable step in numerous applications, These include everything from electrical work to plumbing to steamfitting. While traditional methods kick of a lot of desk, the innovative wet cutting method works in a highly accurate fashion while safely preventing the spread of harmful silica dust. This dust can pollute the air and result in serious health problems for workers and passersby. Drills come at various sizes, ranging from the tiny to the very large in order to complete a whole range of different jobs efficiently, ranging from small jobs to to those as large as wastewater treatment piping. Drilling equipment is also available in electric, hydraulic, diesel, and gas. Diverse equipment allows for any job to be effectively handled.
Choose Concrete Visions for Your Concrete Construction Safety Needs
Concrete Visions has over 12 years of experience and expertise in concrete scanning and we know how to detect any problems lurking beneath the surface. We use ground penetrating radar accurately and expertly and are familiar in many other methods that can be used when appropriate like concrete x-ray and electromagnetic conductivity. We are also very familiar with the latest construction safety techniques and train all of our workers to do their work quickly, accurately, and safely. If you would like to learn more about how we can help you, give is a call at (410) 766-2210 or visit us online. For more articles and tips, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google+.