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Marini Wire Saws VS Quarry Drills

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Marini produces drilling and diamond wire cutting equipment for quarries. When you buy a Marini, you can trust that you’ll receive high cutting capacity, low wire consumption, and full control of the cutting and drilling process. Marini machines are perfect for marble, granite, and civil engineering applications. But if you’re curious about the differences between Marini wire saws and quarry drills, and wondering which is right for you, we’ve got you covered. 

Quarry wire saws

Marini’s diamond wire saws are perfect for marble, granite, and civil engineering applications. 

Uses of Marini wire saws:

Granite: wire saws are offered with variable wire speeds, making them suitable for all granite and similar stones. 

Marble: diamond wire saws are offered with a fixed wire speed, making them perfect for all marble and similar stones. 

Benefits of Marini wire saws: 

  • High cutting capacity, meaning more efficiency in your production
  • Low wire consumption, meaning less overall cost to you
  • Marini has a vast inventory of parts, ensuring you’ll always get the parts you need when you need them

Quarry drills

Marini produces hydraulic and pneumatic drills that are perfect for marble and granite applications. 

Different types of Marini drills:

Hydraulic drills: 

  • Designed for bench or block drilling
  • Allow vertical or horizontal drilling with the use of 1-4 drills
  • Several models come mounted on tracks, giving you unparalleled mobility 
  • Higher drilling efficiency
  • Fast positioning
  • Low energy consumption 
  • Less noise output
  • Remote control or cabin options

Pneumatic drills:

  • Designed for primary bench or block drilling
  • Light and mobile
  • Utilize 1 – 4 drills 
  • Can drill vertically and horizontally
  • Affordable
  • Less and easier maintenance
  • Add production 

Benefits of Marini drills: 

  • Versatile
  • Durable
  • Innovative

You can see a full lineup of Marini’s machines here. Ready to get started? Not sure which machine you need? Reach out to us here.

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