Prime Technologies is now Introducing GÖLZ Wire Saw and Handsaw in India

Akhil Jain, Prime Technologies

Says Mr. Akhil Jain, Director, Prime Technologies

Prime technology KS400
What is the latest addition in the Prime Technologies' product portfolio?
We have recently got the distribution rights for GÖLZ products in India. Since its inception in 1946, GÖLZ focuses on quality, services and innovation and constantly develops on new concepts and solutions for professionals working with diamond tools and equipment. Its products are sold in over 40 countries through its own sales and service centres, or through trained distributors. Now it has entered into the Indian market witnessing the demand from drilling and sawing industry.

What are GÖLZ products being introduced in the initial stage? Could you please also highlight their features and benefits?
Currently, we have launched GÖLZ single phase electric Diamond Wire Saw (KS400E) and Handsaw in the market.

Wire Saw is very cheap in price, easy to transport, convertible to be used in core drilling machine and needs no maintenance frequently.

KS400E is especially designed for small and precise cutting jobs, either dry or wet. Based on the modular GÖLZ system, it can be converted to a core drill rig within a few minutes. Driven by a single phase, 3.3 kW core drill motor and automatic feeding unit BorMatic500, KS400E gives good cutting performance in reinforced steel, dry or wet, by using 8 mm premium GÖLZ diamond wire.

KS400E is the most efficient solution for wire sawing in reinforced concrete and brickwork. It can also be converted to a core drill rig within few minutes.

Whereas Diamond Saw possesses the following features: Single phase electric, Maximum depth is 160mm while Maximum blade dia. is 400mm.

Prime technology KS600
Do you think that these products from GÖLZ will help contractors in India to do their job easily and conveniently?
Contractors at site require the following parameters to select their machinery such as low initial investment, easy maintenance, Easy to use and rugged to be used at site. As our GÖLZ KS400E and HE160 are designed to meet these parameters so it would definitely be the first choice of contractors.

The Diamond Wire Saws that are available in India so far are 3-phase electric/hydraulic and very heavy in weight, high in price, bulky to handle, cumbersome to transport and most contractors don't have the budget to procure it. So our KS400E would be the first choice for low and middle level contractors. Also the high end applicators can make this machine as their alternative to the existing ones to increase their fleet of machines.

How do you see the future of GÖLZ in India?
Being a very reputed company in the field of drilling and sawing industry, GÖLZ has the good catch-hold of its products and knowledge about the field. We see very bright future of the company in India as its products are economical, efficient and easy to use.

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