Lissmac’s Unicut 600 shines on an industrial hall renovation projectPublished 15/11, 2017 at 17:55
Lissmac’s floor cutter Unicut 600 was used by specialist contractor Friedrich W. Petersen on the renovation of a 2,700m² industrial hall in Germany.
The Seedorf-based company was faced with the task of separating a fire protection wall from the rest of the concrete surface and the heavily reinforced concrete foundation with a total depth of 800mm. A grand total of 192m of cuts had to be made in the foundation.
Given the job’s magnitude, the contractor opted for the Unicut 600, one of the most powerful machines in Lissmac’s range. Driven by a Deutz 101kW turbo diesel with an integrated intercooler, it features an electronically adjustable hydraulic drive on the saw blade to ensure maximum cutting force and optimum speed for the required saw blade diameter. The adjustable speed varies from 600revs/min to 2,800revs/min.
The electro hydraulic steering system optimises the hydraulic circuit and increases performance of the blade. The blade’s hydraulic control lifting and lowering is infinitely variable. The fine-tuned feed control ensures highly precise cutting. Another advantage of the machine’s design is the adjustable seat making it possible to work near walls. Thanks to the combination of the high-performance floor cutter and Lissmac diamond tools, the project was completed within 10 working days to the satisfaction of the specifier.