Concrete cutting, machinery, safety and maintenance videos

This is our 60 second introduction video to UDT.

See the new Sawtrac cutting system here -

Here is a 60 second video of Steve from Guarda demonstrating the Edge dustless saw at our demo night recently.

These core drill blocks make coring accurately a breeze:

This NSW Government video explains in 3 minutes the dangers of working with silica dust. It also  shows how to manage the risks involved when working with silica dust.

See Guarda Edge Powercutter in action. See here for more info, including brochures and prices.

See this short video on how to deglaze your diamond blade. We carry two types of #80 grit dressing stones in stock for this purpose.

This video by Stihl is 40 minutes long, but it covers all the aspects of safety, operation and maintenance of their cut quicks.
Most info would also be applicable to Husqvarna  and Guarda demolition saws.
Any new user would benefit from watching this video.

Obviously this is an American video, but it sums up what we need to know to make sure you get the right blade for the job you are doing.

See the Diamond Flap wheels in action grinding engineered stone here:

See the Golz range of drills and drill stands in use here.
We currently stock both Golz drills (FB33P and FB33S) and a KB125 drill stand in Bibra Lake.

The Stihl powered KB350 Core Drill is made by Golz.
It is the modern solution for sewer pipe and concrete drilling in the Civil Works and Building Construction Industry.
Available from UDT:

See how to start your Husqvarna demoltion saw.
The demo is on the K970, but the K770 is very similiar.

See how to change the belts on your Husqvarna demoltion saw, both the K760 and K970.
And the only tool you need is the multi tool that came with your quick cut!

This is how they do their wall chasing in Sydney:

60" core drilling (that's 1500mm to you and me!) in the US.

How diamond blades and core barrels are made.
This Austrian company relies heavily on automation, like all the reputable suppliers :

Got some old diamond blades? You can make them into a super sharp knife in this video.
Imagine seeing one with a Western Australian jarrah handle!

Or an "Axife" - an axe and knife combined.

Another tool to make from old diamond blades - a draw knife:

Or maybe make a diamond blade into a clock.

Asian scaffold is not always the same standard as ours.
See this example from Hong Kong which is made from bamboo and string.

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Bibra Lake
Western Australia 6163

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