Standard Brick drill bits perform best when drilling into plaster and brick, but aren’t ideally suited for harder materials such as concrete or granite. This makes them perfect for DIY applications such as drilling holes into walls for hanging mirrors, etc.
- 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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