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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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Erbauer Diamond Tile Drill Bit 6 x 67mm is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 110.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Diamond tile drill. If you are tiling using a genuine porcelain tile, and it does to tungsten carbide what Kryptonite does to Superman, this is your answer. I suggest the use of a guide, its cost is cheaper than time and effort in changing the tile, start square to the tile with the bit, ensure a firm stance and hold of the drill, slow to begin with and light pressure to establish the start of the hole, then up to full speed as per manufacturers recommendations. Try the drill on an off-cut first, so you know what to expect when you use it.
Date published: 2017-01-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great bit Bought this bit and it's done 8 holes easily, no other bit would touch the tiles as they are rock hard. Well worth the money.
Date published: 2017-01-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Cracking bit of kit Having been drilling some exceptionally hard tiles these are the best I've found for the job, they don't last for ever but a lot longer than others I've tried. Seems counterintuitive but they work well when they're hot
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Good for 4 holes only I had to drill holes through super tough ceramic tiles. This only managed 4 holes before refusing to do any more. Thankfully Screwfix replaced it with another of the same so I could do 4 more holes and finish the job. I don't know if the first one was just a dud or whether the second one is now worn out too.
Date published: 2016-12-04
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21 Oct 2016
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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.

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This product would fit a standard 13mm chuck.

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Hi Timbe, As far as we are aware, these can be used to drill porcelain tiles. I hope this information is of help to you.
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how do i use this

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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.
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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.