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Time is Money at London Build

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Multiquip UK aims to show contractors they can save time and money by cutting with a dry cut tile saw instead of a wet tile saw at London Build.

Benjamin Franklin, a man known for his productivity and various talents, once said ‘Time is money’ and here at Multiquip UK we believe if he was ever tiling his bathroom, he would use the iQTS244 tile saw.

The main problem workers have with a wet tile saw are threefold; location, setup and cleanup. Most often the location has to be outside, in the garage or outside away from the job. If cutting can’t be done at the site where the job is meant to happen, setup time can delay the job starting. After the job is done, you then have the cleanup to do and the messy disposal of slurry and contaminated slurry.

At Multiquip UK, we can offer you a solution to your wet cutting nightmares. The iQTS244 is the best tile saw for professional contractors. With fully integrated dust collection technology, this innovative design combines the power of the top of the line wet tile saw with a powerful cyclonic vacuum. The result is a saw which solves the threefold problem of location, setup and cleanup.

You can cut wherever there is a power supply within small spaces and you don’t need a water source. No walking to and from the job. Easy transportation means setup can be done in seconds. No water or slurry to be disposed of means clean up can be done quickly. Traditionally, a wet tile saw requires you to find a water source, usually away from the job means walking backwards and forwards all day. Set up requires tarps, guards, hoses and buckets. Clean up requires the breakdown of the cutting station, cleaning up your slurry and disposing of contaminated water. Less time spent setting up and cleaning up means you can spend more time doing what you do best; completing great jobs and making money.

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So how can you cut dry tile without water cooling the blade? This is a question asked by the pros. The answer is the Q-drive blade with Cool Cut Technology. The proprietary composition of diamond concentration, metal type and flange thickness cuts cool while reducing vibration and movement. The blade is engineered to cut the tile dry while still remaining cool to the touch with no warping or wandering more than matching the cuts on a traditional wet tile saw. The built-in vacuum on the iQTS244 air cools the blade while removing debris so the blade isn’t regrinding the same material, reducing friction and heat.

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Why not visit our stand at the London Build Expo to see it for yourself. We’re exhibiting at stand A58 and not only will we demonstrate the incredible performance of this new tile saw, but you’ll be able to prove to yourself that it is totally unbeatable when it comes to speed, precision, quality control, cleanliness … and a much more effective tool than a wet tile saw.

Imagine what this new technology could do for your company.  In some cases, this tool is paying for itself after only a handful of jobs. Wet cutting is adding almost 2 hours to every job. For someone who is on the UK minimum wage, based on a 40 hour week, that equates to over £1,400 per month just to do setup and cleanup. It’s all the more reason why you have to see – and try – it for yourself.  We know you won’t be disappointed. In fact, we know you’ll be more than impressed.

If you can’t wait until you go to London Build to learn more about the iQTS244™ then please do not hesitate to get in touch with us.  You can call us on 0161 339 2223, you can also email us at sales@multiquip.co.uk or you can get in touch by using the online form that can be found on our Contact page.wet tile saw

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1 thought on “Time is Money at London Build

  1. How does it cut a porcelain tile without the tile getting hot and chipping. What’s the largest tile it can cut?

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