Concrete Core Drills
A concrete core drill (or coring rig) is perfect for drilling holes into concrete and stone surfaces with ease. The material left inside the core drill bit is called the core. Core drills used for cement and stone purposes are generally called Diamond Core Drills and need to be water cooled on site to make the bits last longer. Core drills are able to drill through concrete, cement, asphalt or even hard materials like granite.
Read More Explore the features core drill rigs and hand held core drills offered online perfect for any job. Coring drill rigs and stands can help get a straighter or angled cut. When going through concrete or asphalt be sure to use a water kit. Slurry containment system keep your work area clean and dry. Diamond core drill bits of any size can be found here as well. Even through concrete with heavy wire and rebar these drills work fast and hard. Shop the available concrete core drills for sale
You need to keep in mind that the core drill setup you need to select is based completely on the material you're drilling through and the depths you plan to go. Core drilling small holes in concrete (with or without rebar), tile, stone, masonry, or natural stones like granite? Buying a trusted heavy-duty rig mounted, portable or hand held core drill is the best idea. Another great options for use in remote areas are gas-powered or hydraulic core drill machines. These coring rigs can be hitch-mounted or even trailer-mounted for use right on the job site by a contractor. ConstructionComplete.com always has your concrete core drill solution just a click away.
Overall there are 4 major power types of concrete core drills. These types include Air or pneumatic, Gasoline, Hydraulic and electric. ConstructionComplete.com’s high-quality concrete core drills are the ones to have for your next job. Don’t for get the needed core drill stands, parts and diamond core bits. It is always easy to find great deals on vacuum bases, core bit extensions, diamond bits, and lots more from top brands like as Chicago Pneumatic, CS Unitec, Core Bore, Kor-It, and Husqvarna.
Did you know that core drills are used frequently in mineral exploration all around the world? In some cases the coring may be several hundred feet in deep. The core samples are recovered and studied by geologists for mineral inspections and carbon dating. Mining operations rely upon samples like these to begin working in a particular area. Concrete contractors who perform core test sampling have little options when it comes to core drilling. They can rely upon our diamond core drills for sale to do the job right. Here are a few ideas to consider when buying your concrete core drilling machine: Choosing the right drill for the job, Selecting the right power type for your needs, deciding if the core drill should be handheld or rig mounted, selecting the proper bond for your diamond core bit and finally knowing if your new drill can reach the desired depths the job requires.