Concrete Drilling


Concrete Drilling is the process of making cylindrical hole through a concrete structure. Depending on the structure strength, size and drilling requirement, various drilling equipment and techniques are engaged. Core Drilling and Hammer Drilling are vastly used to achieve precise results.
Core drilling is especially suited to drilling reinforced or normal concrete. It can be operated on a drill rig or by hand. A core drill is a drill specifically designed to remove a cylinder of material, much like a hole saw. The material left inside the drill bit is referred to as the core.
Hammer drills are well suited for drilling holes in masonry or stone. They are also used to drill holes in concrete footings to pin concrete wall forms and to drill holes in concrete floors to pin wall framing. The hammering action helps to break up the masonry so that it can be removed by the drill bit's flutes.
Our Concrete Drilling solutions can be viewed as innovative solutions for large-scale projects while remaining cost-effective for everyday construction site use.


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