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Concrete Walk Saw 14”



Concrete Walk Saw 14”

This is a professional entry-level saw. The concrete walk saw has a more stable frame with a wider wheel base and the rear wheel shaft mounted end-to-end gives the greater rigidity to the frame. More weight is located over the blade for faster cutting and a metal deflector welded to the frame behind the blade guard provides greater protection from slurry splash. The 3-belt drive delivers more power to the blade shaft and the heavy duty frame and undercarriage are 7-gauge steel, which eliminates frame vibration and bending. Its compact size is easy for loading and unloading and incorporates a down-cut blade rotation.

Product Specifications: (Specifications may change due to continuous product development)


Model

SKU

Power Options

Blade Capacity

Blade Rotation

Weight

Length

Width

SK-14

45300D

9 HP Gasoline Honda B&S V

12" or 14"

Down-cut

190 lbs. (86 kg)

49" (124 cm)

38" (9 cm)

SK-14

45400D

9 HP Gasoline Honda

12" or 14"

Down-cut

190 lbs. (86 kg)

49" (124 cm)

38" (9 cm)

SK-14

45600D

11 HP Gasoline Honda  

12" or 14" 

Down-cut

190 lbs. (86 kg)

49" (124 cm)

38" (9 cm)

SK-10

48100D

13 HP Electric

12" or 14"

Up-cut

190 lbs. (86 kg) 

49" (124 cm)

38" (9 cm)

 

Operating Information:

Please Note:
Controls shown are for the model indicated. The location of these controls may vary on the different models. Due to improvements and changes in the equipment, the illustration shown may be different from the actual machine.

  • Read and understand all operating instructions before operating this equipment. Death or serious injury can result if this machine is used improperly.

  • Concrete saws are designed to be used to cut flat horizontal concrete or asphalt slabs using diamond saw blades.

  • The machines may be equipped with gasoline engines or electric motors.

  • They are designed to be controlled by a single operator from a position at the rear of the saw.

  • Maintain a safe distance from other personnel in the area.

    Be sure to read the Rx for Concrete Saws supplied with your machine.

    IMPORTANT:
    Perform Pre-Start Check.

  • Visually inspect the equipment for wear or damage.

  • Be sure all guards are in place and functioning properly. Do not operate unless blade guard is in place and secure.

  • Perform all daily maintenance.

  • Check to be sure water tubes are functioning properly if performing wet-cutting operations.

  • Inspect blade - Be sure the correct blade is installed properly on the machine, including RPM, size, mounting arrangement and its intended use.

  • Check blade for damage (see figure, below).

  • Inspect work area to determine the presence and location of deck inserts, pipes, columns and objects protruding from the slab surface so that they may be avoided during the cutting operation. Scribe a line to help guide the saw.

 



  • FOR WET CUTTING: Attach the water supply. A flow rate of approximately 2 gallons per minute (minimum) is required. Attach the water hose to the coolant valve. Use the valve to control the flow of water.

  • FOR DRY CUTTING: Provide a respirator and dust control system.

  • FOR ELECTRIC MODELS: Be sure the “OFF” button is depressed. Hook up the electrical power source by plugging into the connector provided. If the cord does not mate with the connector, consult a qualified licensed electrician before continuing. Be sure that the equipment is properly grounded.

  • FOR GASOLINE MODELS: Put the engine stop switch in the “RUN” position. Consult the engine manufacturers operating instructions and follow the directions for starting and breaking in the engine.

  • FOR PNEUMATIC MODELS: Before connecting the “WHIPCHEK” cable is properly installed and the flow control lever is in the “OFF” position. Adjust the air pressure to 90 psi (100 psi MAX.) using the air regulator valve (see figure). Open the flow control lever gradually to start and adjust the oil regulator knob as required for your application.

  • BEFORE STARTING THE ENGINE OR MOTOR: Raise the saw blade clear of the working surface. The blade is raised using the depth control handwheel knob mounted on the upper handle assembly (Figure). Lift the knob to unlock and turn the handwheel until the blade is clearly off the ground.

  • START ENGINE AND ALLOW IT TO REACH OPERATING SPEED. Position the saw over the cutting line. Bring the engine to full speed. Lower the blade into the slab surface by slowly turning the depth control handwheel knob. NOTE - the 14 inch blade has a maximum cutting depth of 4 3/4". Do not allow the arbor flanges to contact slab surface. When the selected cutting depth is reached, lock the depth control handwheel knob and proceed to push the saw forward. The saw blade must remain straight, do not twist, and do not force blade, the
    engine or motor should not strain when cutting.

  • TO STOP THE MACHINE: Stop forward motion. On gasoline models push the throttle to idle. Turn the depth control handwheel knob to raise the blade clear of the cut. Turn ignition or power switch off and let the engine come to a complete stop. Turn off the water supply.

  • WHEN MANEUVERING THE SAW: Make sure the blade is raised high enough so it does not strike the slab surface. Damage to blade may occur with inadvertent contact with the slab.

  • DO NOT FORCE BLADE WHILE CUTTING.

  • IF THE POWER SOURCE STALLS IN THE CUT: Raise the blade completely out of the cut. Disconnect the power source (i.e. the spark plug wire on a gasoline engine or disconnect an electric model at the machine). Inspect the blade flange nut/bolt to verify that they are still tight, and inspect the blade for damage. Replace damaged (or questionable) blades immediately.

  • WHEN TRANSPORTING THE SAW: Be sure to remove the blade. Before removing the blade, disconnect the power source before lifting or removing any guard.

  • WHEN HOISTING A CONCRETE SAW EQUIPPED WITH A LIFTING FRAME: Always inspect frame and attaching hardware for damage before lifting. Use proper safe hoisting techniques and hardware.

Product Safety:

The safety instruction are preceded by a graphic alert message of DANGER, WARNING, or CAUTION.

Indicates an imminent hazard, which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.

Indicates an imminent hazard which, if not avoided, can result in death or serious injury.

Indicates hazards which, if not avoided, could result in serious injury and/or damage to equipment.

Gasoline Powered Equipment

  • The engine exhaust from this product contains chemicals known in certain quantities, to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.

  • Gasoline is extremely flammable and poisonous. It should only be dispensed in well ventilated areas, and with a cool engine.

  • Do not operate gasoline powered equipment without adequate ventilation. Carbon monoxide is an invisible, odorless gas that can kill.

Electrical Powered Equipment

  • Extreme care must be taken when operating electric models with
    water present: Ensure power cord is properly grounded, is attached to a Ground-Fault-Interrupter (GFI) outlet, and is undamaged.

  • Check all electrical cables - be sure connections are tight and cable is continuous and in good condition. Be sure cable is correctly rated for both the operating current and voltage of this equipment.

  • WARNING: Improper connection of the equipment-grounding conductor can result in a risk of electric shock. Check with qualified electrician or service person if there is any doubt as to whether the outlet is properly grounded. Adhere to all local codes and ordinances.

  • NOTE: In the event of a malfunction or breakdown, grounding provides a path of least resistance for the electric current to dissipate. The motor is equipped with a grounded plug and must be connected to an outlet that is properly installed and properly grounded. DO NOT modify the plug provided on the motor. If the plug does not fit the outlet have a qualified electrician install the proper receptacle.

  • Switch motor OFF before disconnecting power.

  • Do not disconnect power by pulling cord. To disconnect, grasp the plug, not the cord.

  • Unplug power cord at the machine when not in use and before servicing.

General Instructions

  • READ AND UNDERSTAND THESE INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO OPERATE THIS EQUIPMENT. Different models have different parts and controls, death or serious injury could occur if the machine is used improperly.

  • Equipment should only be operated by trained personnel in good physical condition and mental health (not fatigued). The operator and maintenance personnel must be physically able to handle the bulk weight and power of this equipment.

  • This is a one person tool. Maintain a safe operating distance to other personnel. It is the operators’ responsibility to keep other people (workers, pedestrians, bystanders, etc.) away during operation. Block off the work area in all directions with roping, safety netting, etc. for a safe distance. Failure to do so may result in others being injured by flying debris or exposing them to harmful dust and noise.

  • This equipment is intended for commercial use.

  • For the operators safety and the safety of others, always keep all guards in place during operation.

  • Never let equipment run unattended.

  • Proper safety attire must be worn when operating this machinery. The operator must wear approved safety equipment appropriate for the job, such as hard hat, safety shoes, when conditions require, hearing protection (operational noise levels of this equipment may exceed 90db), non-fogging vented safety goggles, and dust/particle respirator when removing paints which may be lead based.


 

  • Keep body parts and loose clothing away from moving parts. Failure to do so could result in dismemberment or death.

  • Do not modify the machine. Use only genuine EDCO parts and accessories. Repairs and service should be performed by EDCO or by approved EDCO dealers or repair technicians.

  • Stop motor/engine when adjusting or servicing this equipment.

  • Maintain a safe operating distance from flammable materials. Sparks from the cutting-action of this machine can ignite flammable materials or vapors.

  • Always keep all guards in place during operation for the operators’ safety and the safety of others.

 

  • The engine exhaust from this product contains chemicals known
    to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.

  • This equipment will create dust from the material being removed. That dust may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. Check the chemical properties of the material to be removed and take the appropriate precautions.

Download Resources:

- Operator's Manual

In order to view the downloadable files, you will need Acrobat Reader. If you don't have it on your computer, you can download it free from the Adobe web site.


 

Product Specifications: (Specifications may change due to continuous product development)


Model

SKU

Power Options

Blade Capacity

Blade Rotation

Weight

Length

Width

SK-14

45300D

9 HP Gasoline Honda B&S V

12" or 14"

Down-cut

190 lbs. (86 kg)

49" (124 cm)

38" (9 cm)

SK-14

45400D

9 HP Gasoline Honda

12" or 14"

Down-cut

190 lbs. (86 kg)

49" (124 cm)

38" (9 cm)

SK-14

45600D

11 HP Gasoline Honda  

12" or 14" 

Down-cut

190 lbs. (86 kg)

49" (124 cm)

38" (9 cm)

SK-10

48100D

13 HP Electric

12" or 14"

Up-cut

190 lbs. (86 kg) 

49" (124 cm)

38" (9 cm)

 

Operating Information:

Please Note:
Controls shown are for the model indicated. The location of these controls may vary on the different models. Due to improvements and changes in the equipment, the illustration shown may be different from the actual machine.

  • Read and understand all operating instructions before operating this equipment. Death or serious injury can result if this machine is used improperly.

  • Concrete saws are designed to be used to cut flat horizontal concrete or asphalt slabs using diamond saw blades.

  • The machines may be equipped with gasoline engines or electric motors.

  • They are designed to be controlled by a single operator from a position at the rear of the saw.

  • Maintain a safe distance from other personnel in the area.

    Be sure to read the Rx for Concrete Saws supplied with your machine.

    IMPORTANT:
    Perform Pre-Start Check.

  • Visually inspect the equipment for wear or damage.

  • Be sure all guards are in place and functioning properly. Do not operate unless blade guard is in place and secure.

  • Perform all daily maintenance.

  • Check to be sure water tubes are functioning properly if performing wet-cutting operations.

  • Inspect blade - Be sure the correct blade is installed properly on the machine, including RPM, size, mounting arrangement and its intended use.

  • Check blade for damage (see figure, below).

  • Inspect work area to determine the presence and location of deck inserts, pipes, columns and objects protruding from the slab surface so that they may be avoided during the cutting operation. Scribe a line to help guide the saw.

 



  • FOR WET CUTTING: Attach the water supply. A flow rate of approximately 2 gallons per minute (minimum) is required. Attach the water hose to the coolant valve. Use the valve to control the flow of water.

  • FOR DRY CUTTING: Provide a respirator and dust control system.

  • FOR ELECTRIC MODELS: Be sure the “OFF” button is depressed. Hook up the electrical power source by plugging into the connector provided. If the cord does not mate with the connector, consult a qualified licensed electrician before continuing. Be sure that the equipment is properly grounded.

  • FOR GASOLINE MODELS: Put the engine stop switch in the “RUN” position. Consult the engine manufacturers operating instructions and follow the directions for starting and breaking in the engine.

  • FOR PNEUMATIC MODELS: Before connecting the “WHIPCHEK” cable is properly installed and the flow control lever is in the “OFF” position. Adjust the air pressure to 90 psi (100 psi MAX.) using the air regulator valve (see figure). Open the flow control lever gradually to start and adjust the oil regulator knob as required for your application.

  • BEFORE STARTING THE ENGINE OR MOTOR: Raise the saw blade clear of the working surface. The blade is raised using the depth control handwheel knob mounted on the upper handle assembly (Figure). Lift the knob to unlock and turn the handwheel until the blade is clearly off the ground.

  • START ENGINE AND ALLOW IT TO REACH OPERATING SPEED. Position the saw over the cutting line. Bring the engine to full speed. Lower the blade into the slab surface by slowly turning the depth control handwheel knob. NOTE - the 14 inch blade has a maximum cutting depth of 4 3/4". Do not allow the arbor flanges to contact slab surface. When the selected cutting depth is reached, lock the depth control handwheel knob and proceed to push the saw forward. The saw blade must remain straight, do not twist, and do not force blade, the
    engine or motor should not strain when cutting.

  • TO STOP THE MACHINE: Stop forward motion. On gasoline models push the throttle to idle. Turn the depth control handwheel knob to raise the blade clear of the cut. Turn ignition or power switch off and let the engine come to a complete stop. Turn off the water supply.

  • WHEN MANEUVERING THE SAW: Make sure the blade is raised high enough so it does not strike the slab surface. Damage to blade may occur with inadvertent contact with the slab.

  • DO NOT FORCE BLADE WHILE CUTTING.

  • IF THE POWER SOURCE STALLS IN THE CUT: Raise the blade completely out of the cut. Disconnect the power source (i.e. the spark plug wire on a gasoline engine or disconnect an electric model at the machine). Inspect the blade flange nut/bolt to verify that they are still tight, and inspect the blade for damage. Replace damaged (or questionable) blades immediately.

  • WHEN TRANSPORTING THE SAW: Be sure to remove the blade. Before removing the blade, disconnect the power source before lifting or removing any guard.

  • WHEN HOISTING A CONCRETE SAW EQUIPPED WITH A LIFTING FRAME: Always inspect frame and attaching hardware for damage before lifting. Use proper safe hoisting techniques and hardware.

Product Safety:

The safety instruction are preceded by a graphic alert message of DANGER, WARNING, or CAUTION.

Indicates an imminent hazard, which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.

Indicates an imminent hazard which, if not avoided, can result in death or serious injury.

Indicates hazards which, if not avoided, could result in serious injury and/or damage to equipment.

Gasoline Powered Equipment

  • The engine exhaust from this product contains chemicals known in certain quantities, to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.

  • Gasoline is extremely flammable and poisonous. It should only be dispensed in well ventilated areas, and with a cool engine.

  • Do not operate gasoline powered equipment without adequate ventilation. Carbon monoxide is an invisible, odorless gas that can kill.

Electrical Powered Equipment

  • Extreme care must be taken when operating electric models with
    water present: Ensure power cord is properly grounded, is attached to a Ground-Fault-Interrupter (GFI) outlet, and is undamaged.

  • Check all electrical cables - be sure connections are tight and cable is continuous and in good condition. Be sure cable is correctly rated for both the operating current and voltage of this equipment.

  • WARNING: Improper connection of the equipment-grounding conductor can result in a risk of electric shock. Check with qualified electrician or service person if there is any doubt as to whether the outlet is properly grounded. Adhere to all local codes and ordinances.

  • NOTE: In the event of a malfunction or breakdown, grounding provides a path of least resistance for the electric current to dissipate. The motor is equipped with a grounded plug and must be connected to an outlet that is properly installed and properly grounded. DO NOT modify the plug provided on the motor. If the plug does not fit the outlet have a qualified electrician install the proper receptacle.

  • Switch motor OFF before disconnecting power.

  • Do not disconnect power by pulling cord. To disconnect, grasp the plug, not the cord.

  • Unplug power cord at the machine when not in use and before servicing.

General Instructions

  • READ AND UNDERSTAND THESE INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO OPERATE THIS EQUIPMENT. Different models have different parts and controls, death or serious injury could occur if the machine is used improperly.

  • Equipment should only be operated by trained personnel in good physical condition and mental health (not fatigued). The operator and maintenance personnel must be physically able to handle the bulk weight and power of this equipment.

  • This is a one person tool. Maintain a safe operating distance to other personnel. It is the operators’ responsibility to keep other people (workers, pedestrians, bystanders, etc.) away during operation. Block off the work area in all directions with roping, safety netting, etc. for a safe distance. Failure to do so may result in others being injured by flying debris or exposing them to harmful dust and noise.

  • This equipment is intended for commercial use.

  • For the operators safety and the safety of others, always keep all guards in place during operation.

  • Never let equipment run unattended.

  • Proper safety attire must be worn when operating this machinery. The operator must wear approved safety equipment appropriate for the job, such as hard hat, safety shoes, when conditions require, hearing protection (operational noise levels of this equipment may exceed 90db), non-fogging vented safety goggles, and dust/particle respirator when removing paints which may be lead based.


 

  • Keep body parts and loose clothing away from moving parts. Failure to do so could result in dismemberment or death.

  • Do not modify the machine. Use only genuine EDCO parts and accessories. Repairs and service should be performed by EDCO or by approved EDCO dealers or repair technicians.

  • Stop motor/engine when adjusting or servicing this equipment.

  • Maintain a safe operating distance from flammable materials. Sparks from the cutting-action of this machine can ignite flammable materials or vapors.

  • Always keep all guards in place during operation for the operators’ safety and the safety of others.

 

  • The engine exhaust from this product contains chemicals known
    to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.

  • This equipment will create dust from the material being removed. That dust may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. Check the chemical properties of the material to be removed and take the appropriate precautions.

Download Resources:

- Operator's Manual

In order to view the downloadable files, you will need Acrobat Reader. If you don't have it on your computer, you can download it free from the Adobe web site.