Welcome to Würth Australia

More than 20,000 products

All major credit cards accepted

450+ Sales Representatives

Toll free 1300 65 77 65

Stoneware drill polygon shaft
Stoneware drill polygon shaft  - 1
Stoneware drill polygon shaft  - 2
Stoneware drill polygon shaft  - 3

For detailed information, other images and documents, please select individual articles from the following table.

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.

See product details

Available in 6 versions

Prices for customers after login

Exclusively for registered customers

Register now and access more than 20,000 products

Variants

Exclusively for registered customers

Register now and access more than 20,000 products

Call customer service: 1300 65 77 65

Prices for customers after login

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

Notice
  • 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).