Drill the Tiles
Drilling the stoneware tiles, a very popular material for finishing bathrooms and kitchens, is a particularly demanding and delicate operation, but, it can be greatly simplified by using the right tools.
A valid tool are the Bosch Easy Dry self-cooling diamond drills, which can be used dry, with a long-lasting, ensuring an advantage in terms of time and difficulty in drilling operations.
The cooling of the drill bits is ensured by a vegetable coolant present inside the main body, during drilling this liquid escapes through the bit and cools the diamond part.
The liquid is released by the rotation of the drill bit whose cooling action prevents premature wear of the diamonds and improves the life of the tool.
The durability and effectiveness of the diamond drill bits depends on their correct use:
the easy dry tips are suitable for use only on vertical walls, so that, during the operation, they remain almost horizontal.
To drill the hole, it is necessary to start with a slightly inclined angle, and then proceed with light circular movements. With bits from 6 to 14 mm, the material removed from the centre of the hole does not have to be removed, as it acts as a containment for the coolant.
With the advancement of the drilling, the material will be pushed by the pressure, from the centre of the hole to the inside of the tip, favouring the conveyance of the oil towards the diamond part of the drill bit.
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