Cut dry with integrated dust collection.
Concrete. Pavers. Brick. Stone.
The iQPC912® Dust Control Power Cutter
A powerful vacuum collects the dust.
Dust is captured in the QuikSpin™ filter.
Dust is contained in the lower chamber.
The iQPC912® Dust Control Power Cutter
The World’s First Power Cutter With Integrated Dust Collection
The iQPC912® is a game-changing tool for construction professionals. You can eliminate dust and slurry, save time and money, and run a cleaner operation. That’s smart.
Stop the Slop
You cut wet, because you have to. Slurry gets all over the work area, the finished product and the operator. It clogs up the saw, you may have to clean out the water bucket, drainage can be an issue, storm water protection and you have to dispose of it. Cutting wet costs time, money and it’s a pain.
Welcome to a world without slurry. With the iQPC912® you’ll never have to cut wet again.
A Tool That Saves You Money
The iQPC912® can save you thousands of dollars.
- Cleanup: Paying one guy $15/hour to clean up dust or slurry, for one hour every day, adds up to $300 a month.
- Controls: Personal protective equipment, tarping off your cutting area and cutting wet cost money and they’re marginally effective.
- Business: Blowing dust onto houses, cars and landscapes makes unhappy customers and can cost you future business.
Just using these cleanup figures—conservative for many contractors—the cost of dust adds up to $3,600 a year.
The iQPC912® eliminates:
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The iQPC912® is tough, built for professionals and designed to last. With basic care and maintenance your iQPC912® will last for years.
Since the first prototype the iQPC912® has gone through months of iterations and systematic testing, often for periods of 6-7 hours per day in 90+ degree temperatures. With proper care and maintenance, this professional tool is designed and manufactured to hold up under demanding conditions.
QuickSpin™ Easy Filter Cleaning
Just turn the handle to clean the filter. This knocks the dust off the filter and into the dust containment chamber.
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Why We Know About Dust
iQ Power Tools was founded by third generation masons Joel and Paul Guth. We owned and operated successful masonry companies for over 30 years, at times with over 100 employees.
Decades of experience taught us about dust problems. It makes a huge mess, it costs a great deal of money, and it’s a threat to the health and safety of our industry.Get Your iQPC912® Now
Q: What is the proper cutting direction and why?
A: The proper cutting position is holding the tool upright, cutting with a downward angle, drawing the saw along your line. This allows the Dust Control System (DCS) to effectively capture the dust at the point of contact between the material and the saw blade.
Q: What is the iQPC912® cutting depth?
A: 4 inches.
Q: What’s the length, and how much does it weigh with the integrated vacuum and filter system?
A: The PC912™ is 42” long and 31 lbs. Feedback from our testing team and early users has told us that these dimensions have improved the tool’s balance, stability and comfort of use.
When we designed the iQPC912® with integrated dust collection, this added length to the overall unit. With the user in mind we balanced the weight and center of gravity into the handle position, allowing the operator to stand in an upright comfortable position. In this position the weight of the tool is directed onto the blade and the cutting surface, reducing the stress on the user.
It’s a big improvement over a shorter, conventional cut-off saw that has the operator hunched over with bent knees and back. This was a point of emphasis from our testing team, who were used to having a sore back after a full day of cutting.
Q: How can you spot your line with the PC912™’s downward cutting direction?
A: We recommend you snap a 1″ off-set line, marked from the edge of your blade guard, sufficient for most general cutting. However, like any craftsman with a new tool, each will discover and refine his own techniques.
This tool was designed for smart professionals who understand the value of clean-cutting with no dust. We understand that capable, intelligent operators are going to figure out their preferred methods – which we encourage them to share with us.
Q: How often do you have to empty the dust containment chamber, and how often do you have to replace the filter?
A: The dust containment chamber can hold up to 5 lbs of dust. The filter is rated for 100 cutting hours or 90 days.