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Industrial Concrete Drill Bit

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Industrial Concrete drill bits are hard wearing and are better suited to drilling into harder materials such as concrete. They perform brilliantly when drilling into plaster and brick.

- Profiled tungsten carbide tip

Ruwag Handy Hints

If holes are drilled beyond the length of the flutes of the drill bit, the bit will lose the ability to clear debris causing it to seize in the hole and may result in damage to the drill bit or drilling machine.

Masonry drill bit selection chart

Matching the correct drill bit to the intended application will maximise the life of the bit.

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  Clay Brick Fire Brick B35 Concrete B45 Concrete Reinforced Concrete Granite
Turbo Concrete    
SDS Standard      
SDS Industrial    
SDS Professional    
SDS ReBar  
SDS Granite          


Ask a Question
  • Want to drill small sea pebbles with 3mm industrial concrete bit. Must I use water and hammer action or what is the best way and drill bit to do it?

    I don't think that the Concrete bit will be the best option for this.
    I would recommend the Glass & Tile bit without hammer action and to cool the bit in water when required.

  • What type of drill bit is DRILL RUWAG 135 DEG SPLIT POINT IN SIZE 9 MM? Is it wood, concrete or steel drill bit?

    This bit is for drilling metal