Soff-Cut

Tips on Breaking in Your Soff-Cut Blades

What if I told you that you are only getting a fraction of the total life from your Soff-Cut blades? Before making any cuts, you MUST break in your blades! This exposes the diamond in the blade which not only allows the blade to cut faster but prolongs the life of the Soff-Cut blade. Watch…
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Husqvarna Soff-Cut 150E Electric Early Entry Saw

  The Husqvarna Soff-Cut 150E Electric Soff-Cut saw is the newest early entry saw from Husqvarna designed for light commercial and residential concrete cutting. The most important feature of this new saw is the smooth, clean joint cuts it makes. The new electric 230-volt motor allows this saw to be effectively used indoors without harmful…
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Fix your Ravelled Joints

Ravelled Joints are a nightmare for concrete contractors. The Husqvarna Soff-Cut 150D can help restore ravelled joints.

Selecting Your Soff-Cut Blades- Coach’s Corner

Selecting your Soff-Cut Blades. Soff-Cut blades are specially designed for early entry sawing. The purpose of using Soff-Cut blades is to minimize the risk of random cracking in concrete. The high production rate of Soff-Cut blades and the ability to cut the same day make Soff-Cut the best option for cutting green concrete.

What Can a Faster Blade Do for You?

Deadlines come up fast – especially as the end of the season approaches. As you’re checking off the boxes on your jobs for the year, what is your plan to be efficient, smart, and put some comfortable space between you and that looming deadline? One challenge you may face to meet that deadline is affecting…
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The Husqvarna Soff-Cut System

Minimize random cracking by using the Soff-Cut system, and cutting control joints during the first two hours after finishing and before final set, during the Green Zone™.

Cleaning your Soff-Cut blade block

  Ensuring a clean and ravel free joint when Soff-Cutting takes patience and skill. Once the process is understood, you need to ensure you are using the proper color Soff-Cut blade. The timing of your cut should be in the green zone. If you have a good working knowledge of green saw cutting and you…
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