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6mm Porcelain Drill Bit
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6mm Porcelain Drill Bit

  • SKU:
    439315

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£6.49
6.49 Inc VAT
Product Details

Make drilling through porcelain tiles as quick and easy as possible with Porcelain Drill Bits from leading tiling tools and accessories specialists Tile Rite.

Key Features

  • Suitable for the wet drilling of porcelain, marble, granite, quartz and travertine tiles

  • Electro-plated diamond cutting rim

  • Discharge hole for dust removal

  • Available in 6mm / 8mm / 10mm / 12mm / 18mm / 25mm / 38mm / 45mm / 50mm / 60mm variants

  • Straight shank fits all drill chucks

Ideal for wet drilling through porcelain marble, granite, quartz, and travertine tiles, these hardy drill bits make easy work of drilling even the toughest of materials. Constructed from hardwearing steel and featuring an electro-plated diamond cutting rim, these drill bits offer supreme durability and best-in-class performance.

Product Details

Make drilling through porcelain tiles as quick and easy as possible with Porcelain Drill Bits from leading tiling tools and accessories specialists Tile Rite.

Key Features

  • Suitable for the wet drilling of porcelain, marble, granite, quartz and travertine tiles

  • Electro-plated diamond cutting rim

  • Discharge hole for dust removal

  • Available in 6mm / 8mm / 10mm / 12mm / 18mm / 25mm / 38mm / 45mm / 50mm / 60mm variants

  • Straight shank fits all drill chucks

Ideal for wet drilling through porcelain marble, granite, quartz, and travertine tiles, these hardy drill bits make easy work of drilling even the toughest of materials. Constructed from hardwearing steel and featuring an electro-plated diamond cutting rim, these drill bits offer supreme durability and best-in-class performance.

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SKU
439315
Reviews
J
James L.  Verified buyer
15/04/18
Cheap poor quality
Good for 6 holes at most
Advice
We have not had any issues reported with the porcelain drill bits before. As long as the drill bits are kept wet when using this will help to cool the drill bit cool and therefore there should be no issues with this.

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