MASONRY DRILL BIT CARBIDE TIP SDS PLUS: 5mm – 25mm

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MASONRY DRILL BIT CARBIDE TIP SDS PLUS
MASONRY DRILL BIT CARBIDE TIP SDS PLUS
Packaging SDS Masonry Drill Bit
SDS Carbide Concrete Drill Bit
MASONRY DRILL BIT CARBIDE TIP
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Size1 Bit3 Bits5 Bits 10 Bits
5mm$3.00$2.75$2.55$2.10
5.5mm$3.25$3.00$2.77$2.37
6mm$3.50$3.25$2.97$2.48
6.5mm$3.75$3.50$3.19$2.67
8mm$4.25$3.90$3.61$3.03
10mm$5.00$4.50$4.00$3.80
10mm LONG$6.00$5.50$5.20$5.00
12mm$7.50$6.66$6.20$5.80
14mm$9.00$8.25$7.90$7.50
16mm$11.00$9.66$9.00$8.31
18mm$14.00$13.00$12.00$11.28
20mm$16.00$15.60$15.25$14.97
22mm$18.00$17.50$17.00$16.77
25mm$22.00$21.30$20.00$19.76
  • Masonry Drill Bit with Tungsten Carbide Tip
  • SDS Plus – will fit any SDS or SDS Plus drill and hammer drill
  • See below for bit sizes
  • FAQs
    Masonry Bits

    SDS is the abbreviated term for ‘Slotted Drive System’ meaning that SDS Plus drill bits have slots at the end of the shank which fit into the chuck of an SDS+ drill. SDS plus drill bits are used for drilling into hard materials such as brick and concrete with minimal effort. The SDS part refers to the shank type, which has two sets of grooves that snap into the chuck making it more secure and allowing the bit to slide up and down giving you the hammer action. The tip is made from strong tungsten carbide giving them extra strength and resistance to extreme loads.

     

    No. The SDS drill bits do go into a regular drill, however due to the inherent vibration, they will loosen quite a lot and you will be constantly tightening your chuck. The problem is that the SDS bit shanks have two rather-wide indentations for locking into an SDS chuck, that do not fit properly into a standard regular power drill. These SDS Plus masonry bits are designed for use on a SDS drill.

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