TAGG Cutting and Coring
TAGG Cutting and Coring
TAGG Cutting and Coring offers industry-leading concrete cutting and coring processes and workmanship.
TAGG utilizes leading-edge technology to refine the cutting and coring applications you require to increase efficiencies, expedite schedules, and maximize safety.
From our cutting and coring machinery to our ground-penetrating scanners, we have the knowledge and expertise to accommodate whatever your concrete penetration scope requires.
Cutting and Coring
What is concrete cutting?
Concrete cutting is the process used to cut large areas of square or rectangular-shaped concrete (or asphalt) slabs.
What is concrete coring?
Concrete coring, also known as concrete core drilling, is the process by which a concrete cylinder is removed from a surrounding structure – such as a floor, ceiling, or wall – at any angle. Electric or hydraulic rigs may be used to drill in challenging locations or confined spaces.
What types of projects is concrete coring used for?
Concrete coring is often used in the plumbing, electrical, and HVAC industries. It is frequently used to provide access for utility holes and telecommunication lines as well as for drainage and structural testing purposes.
What are the benefits of concrete coring?
Concrete coring is quiet and does not produce dust. It saves time and saves money – while providing accurate results.
How does concrete coring work?
A diamond cutting drill, which includes a diamond drill bit attached to the end of a steel tube, precisely cuts a cylindrical hole from a surface, much like a hole saw. During the process, water is used to cool down the drill bits to decrease friction and prevent overheating.
What is a ground-penetrating scanner?
A ground-penetrating scanner is a geophysical instrument that efficiently uses radar pulses to accurately determine the exact location of both metallic and non-metallic contrasts in concrete.
What are ground-penetrating scanners used for?
Ground-penetrating scanners can find embedded steel or concealed utilities in concrete. Arpi’s North’s scanner can scan up to 12” deep.
How do ground-penetrating scanners work?
Ground-penetrating scanners provide real-time analysis by emitting weak radio frequency signals that detect echoes. Those echoes are then sent back to the scanner and display an image that indicates the signal time delay and strength.
What are the benefits of using ground-penetrating scanners?
Ground-penetrating scanners are efficient, accurate, and can help mitigate costly utility or structural repairs.