According to the material you are trying to drill into, you have to choose different drill types. There are different drills for wood, metal, masonry or plastic. The drills can be made of carbon, high-speed or alloy and have different diameters.Continue
Distribution of drills by using
Drill for wood
You can drill into wooden materials. It has a sharp point at the tip, which helps with the establishment of the drill into the hole.
- They guarantee accurate, smooth drilling without chips on the back of the material.
- They have two cutting edges and a twisted thread that guides the shavings.
- They can drill them into soft, hard and wet wood.
They allow you to create a hole in masonry and concrete. They have four hardened cutting edges, which easily cut through the masonry.
- They are distinguished by resistance, spirals and a cylindrical blade.
- They are suitable for drilling in concrete, masonry, gypsum boards, brick etc.
- There are drills for drilling with impact as well as without impact function.
Offering helical grooves for easy removal of the steel shavings, they are stronger and have a specially ground tip.
- They allow drilling into soft steel, stainless steel, iron and other metals.
- When drilling use a suitable lubricating agent - as there is intense heat and friction.
We offer the whole set of drills that include drills for wood , metal , stone and masonry , and flat milling drills. Some sets also offer screw bits, universal holders or countersinks. Thanks to the drill set, you will never again face the problem that you can not complete a job due to insufficient equipment.
Distribution drills by Material
- Carbon - contain a certain percentage of carbon (C), which determines its main properties. With an increasing proportion of carbon it increases the strength, hardness and decreases the toughness. They are used for less stressed tools, for example the processing of woodworking.
- Alloy (alloy) - have higher hardenability and higher stability characteristics at high temperatures. They are used for cutting and forming tools for processing steel.
- Speed (HSS) - are characterised by excellent cutting properties and high resistance to wear and temperatures. They are used for cutting and forming tools and wherever a high hardness, resistance against abrasion and higher temperatures (up to 900 ° C) is required.
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