The importance of a true round hole? A hole is not just a hole. Traditional drill bits tend to ‘wander’ when being used resulting in a triangular hole which is actually bigger than it needs to be - meaning fixings will not be as secure as they should be. Bits capable of producing a true round hole should be used when possible, especially when installing critical fixings such as anchors.
Drill bits suitable for using with quick change chuck systems, impact drivers and percussion drills. For drilling brick, stone gypsum, lime stone and manufactured artificial stones.
This is a high-quality drill bit for use with percussion drills on brick, block, stone or light concrete. The tungsten carbide tip is manufactured to DIN8039 standard.
This high quality masonry bit offers a percussion ground tungsten tip, a machined body to reduce drag and a deep L shaped flute for a more efficient dust removal technique. This bit is made for use with percussion drills but is particularly useful when combined with a cordless tool as the number of holes that can be drilled between charges can increase by up to 25%. This bit is manufactured to DIN8039 standard.
This bit is for use with rotary drills including cordless drill/drivers in rotary action only. This bit can be used without lubrication on materials such as block, brick, ceramics, slate and marble. If using lubrication you can use it on aluminium or cast iron. The L-shaped flute is diamond sharpened to enable the lowest resistance possible. This bit is manufactured to DIN8039 standard.
This bit is designed to be usable in multiple materials without the need to change, which means its ideal for doors, shelves, window frames and similar applications. This is made possible by the sharpened, high resistance carbide tip with a reinforced head. A hexagon shank is present for maximum torque. This can be used with rotary action on materials such as vitrified brick, wood, aluminium, plastic, iron and cast iron. Percussion can be used on brick, block, stone, plaster, marble and most grades of concrete. The tungsten tip is made to a DIN8039 standard.