A Masonry Drill Bit will be tough enough to drill through a wide range of hard materials including solid concrete, brick and stone and as such is a staple tool of the tradesman’s tool bag and also very helpful to have around if you are keen DIY enthusiast.
What is a Masonry Drill Bit?
Designed for drilling into tough materials, a Masonry Drill Bit will either be suitable for use with a standard power drill or be compatible with a hammer action drill, for a very effective result. A Masonry Core Drill Bit with a tungsten carbide tip will be superior in strength and very robust and therefore most suited for drilling into the toughest materials such as concrete without blunting too quickly.
In fact, a Masonry Drill Bit can cut holes through solid concrete in just a couple of steps, with very little effort needed on the part of the tradesman and are available in variety of lengths and wall plug sizes, making them suitable for all types of heavy-duty drilling work.
A Masonry Drill Bit should be used whenever there is a need to drill into tough materials including brick, stone or concrete and will usually require a power drill to reduce the amount of physical effort required while producing a quality finish.
A 22mm Masonry Drill Bit should ideally be used with a power drill set at a slow rotational speed when drilling into hard materials, to prevent the tip from overheating.
A Masonry Drill Bit really is an essential part of any tool bag and when used correctly produces exemplary results.
When drilling through concrete, stone and other hard materials a Masonry Drill Bit will be tough enough to create a neat hole in next to no time, without sustaining any damage to the bit itself, enabling your power drill to work harder on your behalf.