Depth of cut
The majority of core drills can drill deep up to
700mm (70cm). Some specific core drills can
also drill deeper than a normal concrete saw
can cut. For much thicker concrete slabs,
concrete drilling is generally the most
adopted method. By drilling consecutive
holes at the same time, thick concrete can be
given any required shape through a process
called stitch drilling.
Preciseness of cut
A perfectly round hole can be made by using
a core drill in one setup. You can make holes
up to the width of a manhole, and holes
bigger than that are also possible. Just mount
a core drill once, and it can drill away silently
till the cutting of the hole. Core drilling
makes fitting pipes, windows, and any other
cylindrical object easier as the size of the
hole can be found out accurately.
A core drilling is also known as a non-percussive
process, which means there is minimum vibration
generated by this drilling process. It makes minimum
noise and disturbance to surrounding areas, and there is
less structural damage to an adjacent building that
could occur using other methods like jackhammers. You
can also use water to cool the cutting surface and also
to hold back harmful concrete dust.
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