A Wide Variety of Dustless Saws and Accessories from IQ Power Tools!
At Pave Tool, we understand the unique needs of the hardscape market. That’s why we specialize in offering a wide variety of dustless saws and accessories from IQ Power Tools. With decades of experience, we bring you the best tools specifically designed for cutting pavers and slabs. Our selection includes the IQMS 362 saw, which provides exceptional power and precision while ensuring a dust-free environment. Additionally, we offer a range of replacement blades and other accessories to suit your every need. With our top-of-the-line equipment, you can tackle any project with ease.
We also offer a full collection of industrial power tools for each task. Get all the gear you need to ensure a successful paving project! Pave Tool has the right screeds, straight edges, and other hardscaping tools, plus the revolutionary Ziplevel Pro-2000. Make it happen!
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I’d like to know how to cut paver slab. What’s the best way?
Cutting a paver slab can be an intimidating process, but with the right tools and technique, it’s easily achievable. The first step is to mark out the area you wish to cut, ensuring precise and even markings. To cut the paver slab accurately, we recommend using the IQMS 362 saw, specifically designed for this task. Remember to wear protective gear, choose the right saw blade for the material, and follow all safety instructions. With the right preparation and the IQMS 362 saw, cutting a paver slab can be a breeze, providing clean and precise results.
What is Silica?
Silica is made up of quartz. Quartz is found in nearly every rock, soil, sand, concrete, and brick. Silica dust is the result of mixing, cutting, or working with products with quartz in them. This silica dust can be quite dangerous. New OSHA rules
state that employers must not only protect employees from exposure by limiting it, but they must also educate workers about silica and its dangers