The iQ Power Tools iQMS362i Masonry Saw, built for Precision, Power, and Performance
The IQ Power Tools iQMS362i Dust Control Masonry Saw is the world's first 16" masonry saw with a fully integrated dust collection! The dry-cutting system eliminates water and a secondary vacuum, allowing for both quick clean-up and portability. Cuts brick, pavers, stone, and veneer with a 16.5" blade at a full 24" length. Easy to transport with heavy-duty tires, and an integrated stand with gas-shock powered lifting and lowering. Ideal for any location where you can get standard 120v power.
- Advanced Dust Management - the iQMS362 features revolutionary dust-management technology allowing you to keep your workspace clean and OSHA compliant.
- Soft Start Technology controls the initial power for smooth, uninterrupted operation
- Cuts brick, pavers, stone, and veneer up to 40% faster than other masonry saws in its class
- A proprietary Q-Drive blade can cut through a 60mm x 4" paver in just three seconds
- 16.5" blade allows for a 5.5" depth and a full 24" length of cut
- High-flotation tires make transport easy over various terrains
- Operates on standard 120V and 20 amps
|Maximum Blade Diameter
|Max Cutting Depth
Why Choose the iQ Power Tools iQMS362i 16.5" Masonry Saw?
This revolutionary saw is designed to dry-cut a wide variety of masonry materials with unrivaled speed and precision. It is easy to transport and runs off standard 120V power, making it ideal for setup and use anywhere. The perfect choice for masonry and hardscape professionals, the iQMS362 is guaranteed to save you time, keep you compliant, and reduce cleanup time on the job.
•Dry Cut Indoors or Residential
•16.5" Blade Cuts 5.5" Cutting Depth
•Runs off 120V and 20 amps
•Includes 16.5" Q-Drive Diamond Blade
•Capture 99.5% of Hazardous Silica Dust
Revolutionize your paver, stone, and block cutting by upgrading to the iQMS362, the world's first 16.5" Masonry Saw with fully integrated dust control. Dry cut with capturing hazardous silica dust.
Blade choice is important as it affects the machine and potentially ruins its motor if the wrong blade is used. The bond, diamond pattern, and segment number all play a role in selecting the right blade. Additionally, PSI (pound per square inch), which is the hardness level of materials, is also an important factor to consider. The higher the PSI, the harder the material and the softer the bond of the diamond blade should be. Knowing the hardness of the aggregates in your material helps in selecting a blade best suited for your job. Furthermore, it's essential to recognize that different regions around North America have varying aggregates in their materials, and just because a label says "concrete diamond blade" doesn't mean it's the best option for the material to be cut. Knowing the material variations and PSI levels can help select the right blade for the material and improve efficiency.
|Max Blade Diameter
|Rip Cut Length
|Diagonal Cut Length
|41" x 31" x 40"
|Cutting Depth at 45°