General sales conditions
HF wall saws overview
Double cooling system HF-motor
Speed reduction gearbox
Quick release coupling for HF-motor
Variable spindle speed
Multi step gearbox
Slip clutch for HF-motor
Slip clutch for arm rotation transmission
Efficient water supply to blade
Optimal roller alignment
Low wear rollers
Well protected travel and feed motors
User friendly track system
Quick disconnect coupling for blade
Highest quality materials
Wireless Remote Control
Flush cutting flanges
Double Blade flange
MD1 Drilling Machines
MD1 HF drilling machine
MD1 Hydraulic drilling machine
ST Spindle unit
HR Hydraulic motors
Rig 70 mm column
BE Base plates
PD Pivoting head
Pentruder MD1 twin drill rig
Cutting foundation with 3P8 HF-wiresaw
Railbridge takedown Pentruder 8-20HF
Cutting railway pillars
Pentruder MDU Core Drill - NTGRA
Surgical demolition in the Roman Forum
Drilling 2.2 m holes in Amsterdam
Design & Development
Sales and Contact
Global sales network
High rpm drilling
Pentruder video 2013
World of Concrete, USA, 2012
Demcon, Sweden 2012
Demo days at Hydro-Tec, 2012
Open house at Adamas, 2012
UK Concrete Show 2012
MDU on first job site 2011
Hydro-Tec October 2011
Matexpo, Belgium 2011
Smopyc, Spain 2011
Bebosa, Germany 2011
Baumag Switzerland 2011
UK Concrete Show 2011
MDU at WOC 2011
MCCS at Bauma 2010
Mapex srl - merger 2010
Tractive demo days 2009
Design & Development
A wall saw or any of the other concrete cutting machine, is nothing much else than a device designed to transmit and convert electric power from a power supply of some kind, be it a 400V outlet or a generator set, up to a saw blade requiring mechanical force, which it must spin at an appropriate speed and hold in a firm grip.
To achieve a good result you must build a structure consisting of various parts that form the desired structure. The designer must find the best possible compromise between performance, stability, bulk and weight. How well he succeeds in doing this will depend on many factors.
Cost restrictions / requirements
Cost restrictions / requirements put on the product will have an influence on the end result.
Since Tractive AB is a relatively small size company, we use our resources in an efficent way. There is no middle management and little administrative costs which have to be added to the machines. This is why we can put in a lot of value in form of good quality materials and components in the machines without the machines being overly costly for the end customer.
Skill and experience
The level of skill and experience the designers possess will influence the result of the finished product.
At Tractive we have a very long experience of designing and building concrete cutting machines. It goes back to a company started in the 70:ies which made ground breaking machines in the concrete cutting business. This company was sold 1991 but the products are still popular. We would even assert that no company has a designer with so long experience from this business as Tractive AB.
Parallel with the concrete cutting machines we also design and build sequential gearboxes for rally and racing. The experience from the gearboxes has gone right in to the concrete cutting machines which everyone with an understanding of racing equipment will realize.
Possibilities and willingness to go outside traditional borders in the design process.
At Tractive we are not restricted by what has already been done. We think in new and untraditional ways and the products are thereafter.
Resources for development and manufacturing of parts
At Tractive we have the necessary resources in house for making prototypes and producing the finished product. This makes it a lot easier and quicker for the designers to review the designs and make changes when necessary.
We don't produce anything in low cost countries as for us flexibility and quality is of outmost importance.
Read more about the manufacturing here.
Tractive AB, Gjutargatan 54, 781 70 Borlänge, Sweden, Tel: +46 243 22 11 55, Fax: +46 243 22 11 80, E-mail: