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IQ228 Cyclone 7" Dustless/Dry Cut Bench Top Tile Saw

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SKU: IQ228
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IQ228 Cyclone 7" Dustless/Dry Cut Bench Top Tile Saw

The world's first 7" dry cut tabletop saw with integrated dust control.


  • Built in handle for easy transport
  • Cyclone vacuum system tested to capture 99.5% of dust
  • 92 CFM high output vacuum
  • Three-stage filtration system with Quick-Spin filter for easy cleaning
  • 5 lbs dust containment tray can be easily cleaned
  • Meets OSHA 2016 silica standard
  • 7" Q-Drive diamond blade with Cool Cut Technology
  • Combo blade can cut ceramic, porcelain, marble and stone dry without heating up due to it's diamond concentration, metal type and flange thickness
  • TRU-CUT system with dual rip fences included
  • Blade speed 6,000 rpm

What's Included?

  • iQ Power Tools iQ228 Dry-Cut Tile Saw
  • One 7" Combo Blade
  • One standard fence
  • One IQ Micro fence
  • Operator's manual

iQ228 Cyclone Saw Specifications
Saw Motor power1800 Watt
Saw Amperage15 amps
Length of Cut48"
Diagonal Length of Cut18"
Blade Capacity7"/ 180mm
Depth of Cut1" (25.4mm)
Filter TypeiQ Dura Brand Cartridge
Dust Capacity5 lbs. or over 250 linear ft.
Saw Dimensions25.2" X 21.3 "X 13.4 "/ 640 X 540 X 340 mm
Weight36 lbs / 16.3 kg

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1/8/2021 9:37 am

Great idea

by Chris Berton

This reminds of a saw I used to use back in the 80's up to the mid 90,s made by Gundlach-a 6" wet saw I believe only 1/2 horsepower which is the only thing I didn't like about the saw. The best feature was you could cut any size tile with it.<br>I am very excited about this saw and am sure I'll put my order in, the only problem I see is with cutting a LFT is that if your cutting a tapered cut you might not see your pencil line because of the guard which I use to take off of the old wet saw any you could always follow your mark perfectly especially because the water came from below the table so it would not effect seeing your mark. But I'm sure I'll be able to overcome that, the pluses out way the minuses. I do use there 10"dustless