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Carbide Tipped Drill Bit: Individual, Regular Spiral, 1/2 in Drill Dia, 0.5000 in Decimal Equivalent, 4 in Overall Lg

Item # 315X726

$2.78 Each

Product Specs

Cutting Head Type: 2-Cutter
Shank Type: Round
Drill Diameter: 1/2 in
Decimal Equivalent: 0.5000 in
Maximum Drilling Depth: 2 3⁄4 in
Overall Length: 4 in
Shank Diameter: 1⁄4 in
Quantity: Individual
Bit Material: Carbide Tipped
Cutting Direction: Right Hand
Drill Bit Style: Spiral
Flute Type: Regular Spiral
Drill Diameter Measurement System: Inch
Drilling Application: Conventional Drilling
Surface Finish: Bright (Uncoated)
Flute Length: 2 5⁄10 in
For Material Thickness: 1/2 in - 2-3/4 in
For Screw Anchor Tools: Condrive 1000 Installation Tool
For Screw Anchoring: No
For Tool Type: Rotary Hammer Drill
For Use On (Best): Glass, Tile & Porcelain; Masonry
For Use On (Good): Light Masonry Materials
For Use On ISO Code (Best): Not Rated
For Use On ISO Code (Good): Not Rated
Material Grade: YG8
Number of Flutes: 2
Point Angle: 118 °
Rebar Cutter: No
Removable Shank: No
Series: Not Rated
Shank Included: Yes
Specifications Met: Not Rated

Compliance and Restrictions

Country Of Origin

  • China

About Carbide Tipped Drill Bits

Drill through tough materials such as concrete and brick with one of these carbide tipped drill bits. Carbide tipped tools offer the strength and wear resistance of carbide steel on just the cutting edge. Choose between fast spiral bits for drilling into softer or more brittle materials such as block and brick, slow spiral bits for drilling into harder surfaces such as concrete, or regular spiral bits for drilling into a wide range of materials. The bits may have 2, 3, or 4 cutting edges at the tip. Drills with more cutting edges produce less vibration than drills with fewer cutting edges and offer better drilling performance and hole quality in harder materials.

Insert these bits into the 3-jaw chuck of a regular handheld drill. The most common shank style, round shank drill bits provide more accurate centering than hex shank or 3-flat shank bits, but must be tightened in the chuck to keep from slipping. These drill bits should not be used with hammer-action drills.

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