Concrete core drill bits are primarily used to cut concrete, limestone and masonry to cut around the perimeter of a hole creating a slug in the center of the bit. The cutting edge features diamond abrasives that enable easy cutting of soft or hard material.
Concrete core drill bits are used to cut holes in concrete slabs or basements to allow piping or other wiring to enter the home of facility. Concrete is a very hard material and requires a lot of force when drilling through it. This is where concrete core drills come in handy because they have the strength and durability required for concrete drilling. Diamond and carbide bits are both capable of cutting holes with diamonds having an edge for cutting power albeit more expensive to purchase. Brazed bits are used to drill soft materials such as porcelain or marble.
Toolfetch carries different concrete core drill bits and sizes, each perfect for different types of work and uses. The smallest size is 1/2 inch while the largest concrete core drill bit size can go as large as 16 inches. Depending upon the hardness of softness of the concrete will determine the type of bit needed. Other considerations are how heavily reinforced the slab or wall is with rebar which will make the decision of which bit a little more difficult.
Whether you are using a handheld core drill or a large drill stand Toolfetch carries the full line of Husqvarna wet coring bits as well dry coring bits depending on the type of job you are doing.