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Erbauer Diamond Tile Drill Bit 6 x 67mm (51908)

Long life, fine diamond grit for a professional quality finish without chipping tiles. Easy to maintain, self-cooling and self-sharpening grit. Suitable for dry and wet cutting.

  • Self-Cooling
  • Self-Sharpening
  • Fast Drilling Speed
  • Use on Full Speed for Best Results & Longer Life
  • No Need for Water
  • Will Drill the Hardest Porcelain Tiles
  • Diamond Grazed Tip
  • Wax Filled Centre

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£16.99INC VAT

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Erbauer Diamond Tile Drill Bit 6 x 67mm is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 114.
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Rated 2 out of 5 by from The wrong size for 6mm holes!! This is OK but really should be 5.5mm to get true 6mm holes. Drilling through porcelain can take time and consequently with the best will in the world the hole becomes slightly larger than 6mm. This is in part due to the sideways abrasion that occurs. This means red wall plugs don't grab as well as they could/should. It lasts a good while though and is probably good for at least 20 holes through 10mm think porcelain.
Date published: 2017-02-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Disappointing I had to purchase 6mm bit for fitting towel rails in new bathroom with porcelain tiles. Managed 3 1/2 holes and bit is done....very expensive holes. Followed manufacturers recommendations. I have an 8mm bit from another store that supply a different brand (own brand), have put up mirrors and cabinets and it has kept its "sharpness" so I know I am using the bits correctly. Maybe I just got a duff one, but I will be taking it back to complain. Holes drilled out nicely when it worked.
Date published: 2017-02-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Am I missing something? I must be missing something, This drill bit took 15mins per hole.. after the second hole the bit looked blunt. Ive had a look at videos and i dont think I'm drilling any different to others. I didn't use any water to cool the tip nor did i use too much pressure but so i can only assume the product is poor or my tiles are super strong!
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not suitable for granite Must use with a guide, otherwise the bit will slide across the tile surface until it has begun to bite into the tile. It took me 40 minutes with a 3000 rpm drill to drill through 9mm granite tile with a brand new bit. The second hole took about an hour. The holes were very clean, but I'd try another brand if I had to drill through very hard tile again. I did pause every few minutes to dip the bit into water, but the bit stayed fairly cool as advertised.
Date published: 2017-01-22
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Should they drill more than 8 holes in porcelain? Mines struggling now after 7/8 holes.

Asked by: ziggles

Will this drill through a marble fire place, need to run a cable for a new fire place. Thanks in advance

Asked by: Anonymous
Hello, These diamond bits should be capable of drilling marble, but they are designed for tiles, so it may struggle if your fireplace is solid marble. Would also suggest making wet cuts in marble, this will help prolong the life of your drill bit by keeping it cool while you work. Thanks for using Q&A
Answered by: KirstieC
Date published: 2016-10-23

Does this fit a normal drill chuck?

Asked by: AndyOx
AndyOx, This product would fit a standard 13mm chuck. Thank you for using Q&A.
Answered by: LMac
Date published: 2017-02-15

Can these be used to drill porcelain tiles?

Asked by: Timbe
Yes they can but have drilled 8 holes and seems to be getting blunt now.
Answered by: ziggles
Date published: 2017-02-24

how do i use this

Asked by: pranster
You stick the tile jig (code 84524) on to the tiles where you want the hole. You put the diamond drill bit in your normal drill (not hammer) on full speed and then you push the drill against the tile. It will take a while but it will ground out a hole of the right size without cracking your tiles. Once you have a good start you can remove the jig and just drill into the hole.
Answered by: Stator
Date published: 2017-02-24
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Specification
Brand Erbauer
Manufacturer Guarantee 1 Year Guarantee
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Product Depth 0.01 mm
Product Diameter 6 mm
Product Height 10 mm
Product Length 67 mm
Product Thickness 10 mm
Product Type Diamond Tile Drill Bit
Product Width 10 mm
Total Product Weight 0.017 kg

Diameter: 6mm.