was established in 1996 after it's founding partners
identified a niche in the diamond drilling and sawing market. Combined, the three
partners have over 35 years experience in the diamond drilling and sawing
field, in G&I Diamond Drilling they seen the opportunity to develop a UK diamond
drilling and sawing company which offered customers truly
professional, cost-effective services and
G&I Diamond Drilling is based in West Lothian, near Edinburgh, in Scotland. The central Scottish local of the company means that the whole of the UK, along with Eire, can easily be served. G&I Diamond Drilling are renowned in the diamond drilling and sawing sector for their high-quality workmanship, their impeccable health and safety record and their reliability. The continuing success of G&I Diamond Drilling within the diamond drilling and sawing sector is due to the hard work of highly-skilled workforce, who continually supply the high level of motivation and commitment required to sustain success in an sector like the UK diamond drilling and sawing industry.
The Benefits of Diamond Cutting Techniques
Increasingly clients, professional advisers and main contractors are recognising the benefits of using diamond cutting techniques as opposed to conventional methods for the removal of concrete and other construction materials. The benefits are illustrated below.
Conventional Methods - Slow and repetitive, Labour-intensive, Separate cutting required
Diamond Cutting Techniques - Fast, Reduced labour costs, Reinforcing bar can be cut
Conventional Methods - Limited control of tolerances, Extensive making good likely
Diamond Cutting Techniques - Accurate cuts, Minimum making good required
Conventional Methods - Risk of vibration damage to surrounding structure, Potential damage too adjacent structures
Diamond Cutting Techniques - Limited vibration, Removal of large sections will not affect structure
Conventional Methods - High noise levels, Creation of large scale debris, Very dusty, Expensive cleaning up
Diamond Cutting Techniques - Low noise levels, Minimum amount of debris, Dust free, Ease of removal of debris
Conventional Methods - Inflexibility of machinery, Working in confined spaces difficult, Underwater operations difficult, Problems working in areas where services are located
Diamond Cutting Techniques - Remote machine operation possible, Cutting possible in confined spaces, Possibility of underwater operations, Ease of cutting around existing services
G&I Diamond Drilling recognises the true importance of customers and will continue to be pro-active in their approach to customers, and deliver a professional service from start to finish.