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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Purchased from spare parts and repair service Eesti Energia AS-i Excavations in companies using masonry drill SMAG.
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Always use a really sharp masonry drill bit and wear goggles, as tiles splinter easily.
Drill the marked positions using a masonry drill bit.
Use a large masonry drill to make a hole big enough to get the point of your chisel in.
You will need to drill small holes with a masonry drill for the fixing bolts.
Tenders are invited for Supply of carbide tipped masonry drill bit
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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.
It contains the masonry drill bit and screw drive on the same shaft.
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.