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Stepped spot weld drill HSCO
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Stepped spot weld drill HSCO

The perfect solution with step on the drill tip for the safe loosening of spot welds with hand-held drills on conventional bodywork panels up to 850 N/mm2 strength without running the risk of drilling through to the second panel. Suitable for all types of vehicles.

  • Quality: Würth-Standard
  • Cutting material: HSCo
  • Surface: Plain
  • Suitable for tensile strength up to: 850 N/mm²
  • Diameter of stop: 10 mm
  • Length: 88 mm
  • Shaft diameter: 10 mm
  • Shank style: Cylindrical
  • Type: Specialist with step on the drill tip
  • Service life (points system): 2 of 4 points
  • Drilling speed (point system): 2 of 4 points
  • Bore hole quality (point system): 4 of 4 points
  • Versatility (points system): 2 of 4 points
  • Drilling behaviour (point system): 3 of 4 points

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Würth-Standard HSCo Plain 850 N/mm²
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The step on the drill tip acts as a drill stop and indicates to the user the precise drilling depth


This prevents the user from accidentally drilling through into the second sheet of material



If the user notices that the step is only touching the metal on one side, then the drill is tilted



Shorter spot drilling time due to the thinned chisel edge



Fast, precise drilling out of spot welds during vehicle bodywork repairs



No centre punch necessary


Fixed centring point



Optimised tip geometry for longer service life compared to conventional spot weld drills

Notice
  • Not for use in pneumatic machines (e.g. Vario drill, Spitznagel etc.)

  • Do not use in drills with an impact chuck or spindles