A masonry drill bit set is specifically designed to drill into such materials as stone, brick and concrete. These bits are most frequently used in hammer drills although they do not remove debris from the hole you are creating. You must stop every so often and do this yourself. These bits can become very hot during use so they must cool down before being changed. When you go to choose your bit set, consider the job you are undertaking. Tungsten carbide bits are the preferred choice as they are very strong, but durium tipped bits are becoming more common as they are made of a strong silicon bronze alloy. Just remember, these bits do work best when sharp so consider the cost of having the bits professionally sharpened when purchasing.
Dewalt manufactures the DW5207 7-Piece Premium Percussion Masonry Drill Bit Set which customers rate with five stars. Priced at $20.98, this set will drill neat holes into rock, concrete and artificial stone with ease when using a hammer drill. Designed for drills with an ½” or 3/8” chuck, sizes include ¼”X6 down to 3/16”X3. If drilling mechanical anchors, this may be the perfect set for you.
The Bosch HCBG800 Blue Granite 8-Piece Hammer Drill Set is also perfect for masonry and receives five stars. Your budget will be set back by a mere $31.43 and you will receive a variety of ground carbide tips which will increase your drilling speed. Many like the various usable lengths which allow you to drill up to ten feet. Eight bits are included with sizes from 3/16” to 5/8”. You will be able to start your job quickly and finish it in no time at all. The bits are also constructed in such a way that the carbide cutting edge won’t break out even when heat builds up.
Masonry work requires special tools and it is easy to see why. The materials you will be cutting are designed for strength so you need tools that can handle this specialized work. Purchase a masonry drill bit set to ensure the job is done right the first time and you won’t have to make numerous trips to the store for new bits.
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