PowerGrit
PowerGrit® Utility Saw Chain is a revolutionary pipe cutting product designed to change the way the job gets done. From ductile iron to plastic pipe, PowerGrit will get you in and out of the job faster, easier and safer than other methods. Utilizing a brazed layer diamond coating on a patent pending chain design, coupled with an extremely durable chain platform, PowerGrit technology provides dramatically improved access to the cut with far less excavation. The ability to cut all the way through the pipe from one side radically reduces the difficulty of cutting pipe in the trench. PowerGrit provides reduced excavation time, reduced operator effort and less total time to compete the job. PowerGrit. Change the way the job gets done.

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4909 SE International Way
Portland, OR 97222
Toll-free: 855.797.4748
Phone: 503.653.8881
Fax: 503.653.4393

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Chains; Hydraulic Tools

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