Core Drills, Stands and Bits
Powertech Honda GX50 Core Drill$1,495.00 Add to cart
Powertech Core Drill 162D$1,495.00 Read more
Powertech Core Drill 352$2,395.00 Add to cart
Powertech Core Drill Stand 252$1,195.00 Add to cart
Powertech Core Drill Stand 352$1,395.00 Add to cart
Core Drill Bits$129.95 – $399.95 Select options
Core Drill Anchor Kit$59.95 Add to cart
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The Benefits of Core Drills
Core Drills are specialised tools designed to remove a cylinder of material. Unlike other drills, a core drill extracts a sample often called the core. These drills are predominantly used in construction, geology, and metallurgy. Here, we’ll delve into some of the benefits of using core drills:
Core drills are known for their precision. They allow for the extraction of a cylindrical sample without causing significant damage to the surrounding material. This precise sampling is invaluable in fields like geology and construction, where understanding the internal composition or quality of the material is critical.
Versatility in Material Handling
Constructed using diamond or tungsten carbide, core drills are capable of penetrating a variety of challenging surfaces. From concrete to delicate natural stones, core drills can be used on multiple materials without constant tool changes, making them versatile for different job requirements.
Core drills are designed to reach different depths, providing a clear advantage when deep sampling is required. Whether using it for geological purposes or ensuring consistency throughout a thick concrete block, the depth control of core drills is unmatched.
With their robust design, core drills can quickly penetrate surfaces, reducing the overall drilling time. This efficiency is especially evident when using diamond core drills, which can cut through materials faster than traditional drills.
Core Drills, Stands and Bits FAQs
Core drills are versatile and can be used on various materials, including concrete, asphalt, masonry, metals, stone, and more. The drill bit (e.g. diamond tipped) determines the hardness of the material it can penetrate.
A core drill extracts a sample, unlike traditional drills that create holes by displacing material. This is particularly useful for industries that require samples for testing and analysis.
Diamond core drills use drill bits embedded with diamonds, one of the hardest known substances. This allows for efficient and precise drilling, especially in hard materials like reinforced concrete.
Yes. Depending on the project’s demands, core drills can be used for both vertical and horizontal drilling.
You must consider the material you’ll be drilling, the required depth and the frequency of use. Consider a heavy-duty drill, preferably with a diamond-tipped bit for more rigid materials or deep drilling.