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CLEANCUT ROAD SAWS

"CLEANCUT", undertook to the design & assemble two prototype large walk behind Concrete Cutting Road Saws in May 2015.

 

The first of these prototypes, the CLEANCUT 7500HT4, a 75HP TIER 4 Diesel Road Saw was completed in February 2017 with final testing completed in May 2017.  Testing of the major features of this model was highly successful, however the "Cleancut" team agreed that a redesign of this prototype model would be necessary before releasing it to the marketplace.

Cleancut 7500 Prototype Floor Saw
Large walk behind floor saw
CLEANCUT 7500HT4  PROTOTYPE ROAD SAW
CLEANCUT 6500DT2 DIESEL ROAD  SAW

Redesign, assembly and testing of the second prototype saw, the CLEANCUT 6500DT2, a 61HP Tier 2 Diesel Road Saw was completed in December 2018.   The CLEANCUT 6500DT2 is located in Melbourne at TRAXX Construction Products where consumer testing and demonstrations have been undertaken.

This prototype Road Saw will be replaced with a production model, the 6000 Series in 2020.

Assembly and testing of the first Cleancut Road Saw PRODUCTION MODEL, the CLEANCUT 6000HT4 is well underway and is expected to be completed by February/ March 2020.  This model is a redesign of the CLEANCUT 6500 model and will feature a simpler and more cost effective hydraulics system along with a chain drive to the two front idler wheels.  This machine will be competitively priced when it comes onto the market.

 

This production model will be sent to Traxx Construction Products in Melbourne where consumer  demonstrations and sales will be undertaken.  We anticipate that the 6000DT2 model will available for marketing, demonstration and sale from that time.

CLEANCUT 6000HT4 ROAD SAW

PATENTS

PATENTS in Australia, Europe, the USA, and South Kores protect the functionality and unique design technology of the "Cleancut" Road Saws.

WHERE TO FROM HERE

In the future, "Cleancut" will have the ability to produce a range of at least three Road Saw models.  This range will be dependant on market dictate.