Material: Diamond core cutting bits are usually made from hardened steel and embedded with industrial diamond grit on the cutting surface.
Diameter: The diameter of the bit can range widely depending on your specific needs. Common diameters can range from 1/2 inch to 4 inches (approximately 13mm to 100mm) or even more.
Length: The working length (drilling depth) of these bits can also vary. Common lengths can range from 150mm to 450mm.
Core Thickness: The wall thickness of the core bit often ranges from 2mm to 4mm.
Segment Height: The height of the diamond segment can vary but is usually around 7mm to 10mm. This affects the longevity and cutting speed of the bit.
Design: The cutting edge of the bit features diamond segments, which do the actual cutting. The segments can be laser welded or brazed onto the steel core.
Connection End: The connection end or shank type can be different depending on the drill it is meant to fit. This could be an SDS-plus, SDS-max, or other types such as UNC 1 1/4" or 1/2" BSP.
Suitability: These bits are designed for drilling holes in hard, abrasive materials such as concrete, masonry, and stone. They’re often used in construction, renovation, plumbing, electrical installations, and other professional applications.
Wet or Dry: Some diamond core bits are designed for wet drilling, while others are designed for dry drilling. Wet drilling typically provides longer bit life and faster cutting speeds, but requires a water source.
Maximum RPM: The maximum RPM (revolutions per minute) that the bit can safely handle can vary depending on the diameter of the bit.
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