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Diamond drill bits
Diamond core bits
Montolit, one of the first companies in the world to develop the dry diamond grinding system for porcelain stoneware, has over twenty years of experience in the development, production and marketing of professional diamond tools for drilling in the construction sector. Montolit’s range of mills, drills and diamond cups, is now composed of several product families, each one specifically designed for a given material or application.
- Diamond drills FS type for dry drilling of grès porcelain, granite and marble, using an angle grinder
- Diamond drills FSS type for dry drilling of thin porcelain stoneware, typical of large format tiles, using an angle grinder
- Segmented diamond drills Type FT-S and Type FT for dry drilling of thick porcelain stoneware and granite (2 cm – 3/4 Inches) with an angle grinder
- Small diameter diamond core bits type FAJ (high speed) and FTJ (long-life), for dry drilling of grès porcelain with a drill
- Diamond drills FA type for porcelain stoneware, ceramics, marble, granite and natural stone
- Diamond drills type FAV for water drilling of glass
- Diamond core drills type FUT, FUXT, FUXLT, FX, for dry and wet drilling of concrete, reinforced concrete, abrasive bricks
- Diamond drills for modeling and strengthening holes
- Universal diamond drills for enlarging or shaping holes
How to choose the right diamond tool for a specific type of work?
The following are some useful tips to choose the ideal tool for your needs.
Understand which material you intend to drill
Obviously, this is the first aspect to consider. Drilling very hard and thick porcelain stoneware requires very different diamond tools from those needed to drill natural stone or ceramics. We could simply say that the harder and more compact is the material, the higher must be the performance of the diamond core bits. We can name porcelain stoneware and glass, for example, as very demanding materials.
Define the type of finishing of the required hole
Depending on whether the hole is visible or not, it is important to identify the ideal diamond cup. The aesthetic finish of the external profile of the hole is linked to both the drilling technique and the type of diamond tool you are using. In general terms, we can state that water-cooled drilling provides very high quality hole finish and accuracy. It is worth to highlight that in most cases the profile of the hole ends up being covered and therefore you don’t often need a high level of finishing.
Identify the tools you have available (drill, angle grinder, core drilling machine or any special equipment)
If you already have an electric tool available, such as a drill or an angle grinder, it will be essential to choose a diamond tool that can be correctly assembled on it. In general terms, a flexible (which normally has rpm of about 8.000 – 11.000) will be able to make the holes much faster than a drill, which normally has rpm of 800 – 1200. If the primary objective is the drilling speed, the angle grinder will guarantee better performance.
Plan the type of work measured as the total number of holes to be made
In Montolit’s range of products there are different types of diamond mills that can be used to make holes in the same type of material. The difference is often related to performance in terms of durability and speed, as well as finishing quality of the hole. Considering the case of professional installers who need to make several dozens if not hundreds of holes per month, it is certainly advisable to use high-performance professional mills. These professional diamond tools are designed to guarantee a very low cost per hole, even when compared to standard drills.
Dry or wet drilling
Also in this case it is necessary to assess the specific situation and the electric tool you have available. The use of water to cool down the electric tool helps increase the life span of the diamond grinder, it gives better quality finishing, and it reduces or even eliminates the discomfort caused by dust. However, these power tools must be prepared with the appropriate protections and settings to work safely in humid environments.
Dry drilling guarantees convenience, speed and excellent overall performances on all types of materials.
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DIAMOND CORE-BITS FOR DRY DRILLING -KILLER GRES JUNIOR_FTJ
Use: Wet and dry use Material: All types of ceramics, gres porcelain, terra cotta tiles, granite and marble. Application: For…DATA SHEET>
DIAMOND CORE-BITS FOR DRY DRILLING -KILLER GRES_FT
Diamond Core-bits with sectors Use: Wet and dry use Materials: All types of ceramics, gres pocelain, granite and Klinker. Application:…DATA SHEET>
Diamond core-bits for dry drilling – KILLER GRES FT-S
Diamond Core-bits with sectors. Use:Wet and dry use Materials: All types of ceramics, gres pocelain, granite and Klinker. Application: For…DATA SHEET>
Universal Diamond Milling Bit for Enlarging and Shaping Holes – FPU
Use: Dry and wet use FPU is a versatile milling bit designed to enlarge, shape and/or round bevel existing holes…DATA SHEET>
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