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How to cut any type of glass tile and glass mosaic – quickly and without chipping!

Laying glass tiles and mosaic in specific areas of the house allows you to give a great look to the […]

To reduce dust to minute levels when using a normal angle grinder to cut Tiles or Concrete Paving Materials

Video – Cutting concrete with and without to use the dust reducing system “Aquaflex” Video – Cutting different type of […]

New Diamond core drills FAJ / FTJ for use in Cordless Battery Drills

Brevetti Montolit have applied new technology to the FAJ and FTJ dry use diamond drill bit ranges that now allows […]

Tips to avoid cracks or broken in porcelain tiles already laid.

The photograph shows a typical case of rupture that has occurred in a laid tile. As you can see the […]

Doorstops: How to fix them correctly

The picture number 1 shows a typical round doorstop. Taking note of the ceramic surface in the vicinity of the […]

Montolit Diamond Core Drill test on very hard porcelain tiles

Considerable R & D with rigorous testing is carried out on all Montolit products. Here, the photo highlights one of […]

How to cut Carbon Fiber slabs, panels and other general materials

Carbon Fiber is a composite material that combines lightness with extreme strength and rigidity. Its applications are varied such as […]

Cutting porcelain tiles? See the video to compare one of our professional diamond blades against a low price product.

There is a huge variety of diamond blades available on the market for cutting porcelain tiles. Placing them side by […]

Cutting Glass Tube with Electric Tile Saw

Have you ever wondered how to cut glass tubing? – In this post you will find the answer! By using […]

The new section of tools for plumbers and electricians in born

Increasingly, even plumbers and electricians have the need to cut or drill floors or walls laied with gres porcelain tiles. […]

COMPARISON BETWEEN DIAMOND BLADES FOR CUTTING GRES-PORCELAIN TILES

There are a lot of tiling tools on the market that fill display units in shops and hardware stores. Therefore […]

How to obtain perfect and clean cuts on vitrified, glazed and glass tiles using a wet tile saw?

We frequently receive requests from our worldwide customers asking for a solution to cut vitrified and glass tiles with wet use […]

There are many reasons for drilling into a wall. HERE IS THE DILEMMA – CHOOSING THE RIGHT CORE BIT! – for drilling through ceramic, marble or granite tiles, or general brick work for water pipes, waste pipes and central heating pipes.

With the latest generation tiles it’s virtually impossible to use the old style drill bits and methods. Old fashioned drill […]

How many holes can you make with a FTJ dry core-bits? Let’s look at the video!

This Extraordinary demonstration highlights the durability and efficiency of this high quality diamond core-bits called the FTJ “junior” range. We […]

Core Bits FAJ diametres 5 6 8 10 12 mm are now ready!

We would like to inform you that the NEW Core Bit FAJ is now ready! A WET USE small core […]

Its common knowledge that chipped edges or a bad finish can occur when cutting hard ceramic tiles? Solution: the new Montolit CG diamond wheel!!

Increasingly hard ceramic and porcelain tiles with uneven or irregular surfaces are definitely giving the tile layer a difficult time […]

Montolit now supplies a small diamond blade which is very useful for making square holes in tiles

Countless times you will need to cut a square hole in the lining of walls for such things as electrical […]

Is there a Diamond Blade that can overcome the many problems associated with cutting the new ranges of hard and thick Gres porcelain tiles?

Picture made by Dr. Aldo Lupo (aldolupo7@hotmail.com) The answer is yes! There is now a new range of diamond blades […]

Problem solving for Plumbers, Electricians and DIY enthusiasts when making either round or square holes in Ceramic, Porcelain, Granite or Marble Tiles.

Drilling a tile of any type is probably one of the most difficult operations to be undertaken by a tradesman. […]

Cracks appearing on fixed tiles due to non correct holes!

If you or your tiler make the holes in tiles without a correct drill or drilling procedure (using for example the […]

Old and new ways to make holes in tiles. From square and irregular holes (breakable) to perfect, resistant and fast holes made with dry use core bits.

There are three main ways to make holes in tiles* To make a square cut out – suitable for a […]

How can I optimize the numbers of holes made with the FS Mondrillo core-bits?

How can I optimize the numbers of holes made with a FS Mondrillo core-bit? Why does my Mondrillo core bit […]

The Professional Diamond Blades (with DNA technology) by Montolit are on the cover of one of the most important italian building magazines

Why should I use DNA Montolit Blades… Life (+ 20% to 50% compared with other blades)* Performance (+ 100% compared […]

Cotto D’Este suggests Brevetti Montolit as a professional technical reference for cutting and drilling Kerlite

Due to a very good and long technical partnership with our company, Cotto d’Este, one of the best tile producer […]

Diamond blades competition!

Test between standard professional blades against DNA Montolit technology blades. Which is the best diamond blade to cut concrete? The […]

Which is the fastest way to drill Granite and Marble?

If you need to make holes (from 6 to 75 mm) in marble and/or granite stones without using water, we […]

How to drill composite Terrazzo Marble floor tile?

How to drill Terrazzo Marble floor tile (composed of a mix between concrete, natural stones and resin) and obtain a […]

How to drill Kerlite with dry core bits (new thin tile from Cotto D’Este)

We received many requests about how to drill the innovative tile named Kerlite (3,5 mm thin) by Cotto D’este. The […]

How to drill (without water) every type of new generation of Ceramic and Porcelain tiles.

                  Frequently the professional layer/tiler and also the DIY lover needs to […]


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