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Stoneware drill polygon shaft
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Stoneware drill polygon shaft

The ideal solution, even for extremely hard porcelain stoneware tiles up to Mohs/scratch hardness 9, as well as glass and porcelain.

  • Shaft diameter: 10 mm
  • Tool holding device: Polygon
  • Versatility (points system): 1 of 4 points
  • Service life (points system): 3 of 4 points
  • Drilling speed (point system): 2 of 4 points
  • Bore hole quality (point system): 4 of 4 points

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Art.-no. Diameter Length Shaft diameter Tool holding device Quantity PU
6 mm 105 mm 10 mm Polygon
1 pcs
12 mm 110 mm 10 mm Polygon
1 pcs
8 mm 106 mm 10 mm Polygon
1 pcs
5 mm 103 mm 10 mm Polygon
1 pcs
10 mm 107 mm 10 mm Polygon
1 pcs
14 mm 114 mm 10 mm Polygon
1 pcs

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Specially designed carbide plate geometry (multi-surface precision grinding)

Precise drilling

Precise, chip-free drilling

New polygon shaft

No slippage in the drill chuck

Optimal torque transmission

Drill depth indicator

The coloured ring indicates the ideal drilling depth

No cooling required

Dry drilling

  • Max. Speed: Diameter 5 mm (800 rpm), diameter 6 and 8 mm (600 rpm), diameter 10 and 12 mm (400 rpm), diameter 14 mm (200 rpm)

  • Not suitable for impact drilling. For rotary drilling only!

  • Optimum contact pressure: 35–45 kg

  • If the recommended drilling speed is observed and the optimum contact pressure applied, but you can no longer hear a scraping sound, the drill bit has reached the end of its service life.

  • Avoid placing high contact pressure on the drill bit when it is not rotating → Risk of breakage!

  • Contact pressure too low and/or drilling speed too high → Service life ends prematurely!

  • Avoid tilting and swivelling movements during the drilling process → Risk of breakage!

  • We recommend drilling test holes (ideally in waste material from the tiles to be drilled)

  • If the 14-mm diameter drill bit is used, pre-drilling must be carried out with an additional drill bit (8 mm).