masonry drill


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masonry drill

[′mās·ən·rē ‚dril]
(design engineering)
A drill tipped with cemented carbide for drilling in concrete or masonry.

star drill

star drill
A long steel tool having a star-shaped point, used for drilling holes in concrete, masonry, and stone; it is handheld, the head being struck repeatedly with a hammer to provide the drilling action.
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Product/Service/Works Keywords: Carbide tipped masonry drill bit
Tools and materials: Mirror(s) MaxTack glue Wooden batten Screws and 6mm rawl plugs Cordless drill & 6mm masonry drill bit Silicone gun applicator Measuring tape, pencil and spirit level 1.
Top Tip: If you are fitting the towel loop to ceramic tile, you will need to use a masonry drill driver with a 5mm drill bit.
First fix thin 25x50mm battens around the top, bottom and edges of the opening using a masonry drill bit and wall plugs.
They had come equipped for a long stay - overnight bags, tarpaulins for shelter, clothing to keep warm, gear to cap one of the flues, a masonry drill, nail gun, climbing equipment and ropes, and their big 'London's cancer factory' banner,' he said.
This can now be fixed to the wall by drilling directly through the timber batten with a wood drill (the same size as your rawlplugs) and then through the brick wall using a masonry drill.
Tools and materials: 18v hammer action drill driver 8 mm masonry drill bit Spirit level Tape measure Radiator, brackets and fixing 1.
If you are drilling into a ceramic wall you will need to use the 5mm masonry drill bit with a 5mm raw plug.
You will need to drill small holes with a masonry drill for the fixing bolts.
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start to fix your timber frame to the surrounding walls by drilling into your brickwork with a masonry drill bit, using your hammer action drill driver.