SG10K Bartell 10" Green Concrete Saw

Manufacturer: Bartell





Bartell SG10K 10" Green Concrete Walk-Behind Saw

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High-speed. Lightweight. Perfect for making clean cuts into newly poured concrete.


  • Great for relief joint sawing in new concrete
  • Powered by a 7 hp Kohler engine with two-stage air filtration
  • Adjustable handle height for operator comfort
  • li>Self guided front & rear control bars keep you cutting straight
  • Large polyurethane wheels with sealed ball bearings for smooth tracking
  • 2” vacuum port to assist in dust control
  • No special skid plates required
  • Includes 10'' Bartell Green Concrete/Asphalt Diamond Blade
  • Standard 5/8” arbor
  • Center mounted blade for straight cuts every time
  • Adjustable handle height for operator comfort
  • Fastest saw on the market, can be used to make clean cuts into newly poured “green” concrete or general slab cutting
  • The combination of a center mounted blade and dual roller guides gives the operator the tools to make straight cuts every time
  • Unique 6000 rpm blade shaft speed allows the blade to “slice” through green concrete cleanly, without disturbing the aggregate
  • Screw feed depth adjustment

Bartell SG10K 10" Green Concrete Saw
Blade Size7 in. - 10 in.
MotorKohler - Gas
Horse Power7 hp (5 kW)
Max Depth Green1-1/2 in. (37 mm)
Max Depth Cured3-1/4 in. (82 mm)
Arbor5/8 in.
Dimensions44 in. x 15 in. x 31 in.
Weight110 lbs

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engineering short falls


The only thing I can say positive is that it tracks perfectly. Beyond that it has a lot of engineering short falls. The blade doesn't crank up high enough making it easy to bend the blade, it's hard to figure out blade depth, the cut guides bend easily, it's hard to see the blade to get started, the engine is under powered ,it's hard to pull engine over when temperature is cold, the adjustment on the handle length comes loose easily, Bartell should hire some concrete finishers to design a new saw.