Masonry Drill Bit & Multi-Material
Adiseal Ultimate masonry drill bit is also a multi material drill bit that drills faster and drills more holes than any other masonry drill bit or multi material drill bit when drilling without hammer function. This give it numerous advantages over hammer drilling.
Advantages of no hammer drilling
Some of the advantages of drilling without hammer function include:
- Quieter drilling
- Less vibration damage on hands
- Can drill closer to an edge
- Less risk of loosening mortar
- Less risk of damaging substrate
Drilling with the hammer function on will result in loud drilling. This has the potential to damage hearing and also cause disturbance to other people. No hammer drilling results in quieter drilling, reducing the chance of damaging hearing and also disturbing other people.
Less vibration damage to hands
Using tools daily that vibrate can result in damage to hands. One of the problems that could arise is vibration white hand syndrome. Drilling without the hammer function reduces the amount of vibration on the hands and in turn reducing the chance of developing vibration white hands syndrome.
Can drill closer to an edge
When drilling close to an edge with a hammer drill, it’s easy to break the substrate, especially hard materials like brick and concrete. Drilling without the hammer function can make it safer to drill closer to an edge without breaking the material.
Less risk of loosening mortar
When drilling into materials like brick with a hammer drill, it’s possible to loosen the brick and mortar. Drilling without the hammer function reduces the chance of doing this making it more suitable for drilling brick walls.
Less risk of damaging substrate
With hammer drilling on hard materials, it’s possible the substrate will break due to the hammer action of the bit hitting the material. This can be especially problematic where the brick has been chased out for example to fit a electrical back box in. Drilling without hammer reduces the chance of breaking the substrate resulting in more safer drilling.
Adiseal Ultimate (No Hammer) vs SDS Hammer Drill Speed Test
In our test drilling into a brick using Adiseal Ultimate masonry & multi material drill bit in a basic cordless drill set to drill without hammer function, it managed to drill as fast as a corded SDS hammer drill. They both took 5 seconds to drill into the brick but the SDS hammer drill broke the brick which is a common problem with hammer drills. This was not the case with the no hammer drilling of Adiseal Ultimate masonry & multi material drill bit.
How to use a masonry drill bit & multi-material drill bit
How to use a masonry drill bit & multi-material drill bit
- Set the Drill Speed
Depending on the material you’re drilling into, set your drill to the appropriate speed. Many masonry drill bits and multi-material bits work well at medium to high speeds, but it’s best to consult the manufacturer’s guidelines for your specific bit.
- Mark Your Drilling Location
Use a pencil or a marker to mark the precise location where you want to drill your hole. This will help you maintain accuracy in your drilling.
- Apply Steady Pressure
Position the drill bit tip directly over the marked spot on your material. Apply steady, even pressure as you start drilling. Be sure to keep the drill level and perpendicular to the material’s surface.
- Start Drilling
Begin drilling at a slow and controlled speed. As you penetrate the material, you can gradually increase the speed for faster progress. Pay attention to the feel of the drill and adjust the pressure as needed to maintain control.
- Clear Debris
Periodically withdraw the drill bit to clear away any accumulated debris. This helps prevent overheating and ensures a clean hole.
- Complete the Drilling
Continue drilling until you’ve reached the desired depth. Be patient and avoid forcing the drill, especially when drilling through harder materials like masonry.
- Withdraw the Drill Bit
After completing the drilling, turn off the drill and carefully withdraw the drill bit from the hole.
- Inspect and Clean
Examine the hole to ensure it meets your requirements. If necessary, clean up any remaining debris or sharp edges.
Adiseal Ultimate masonry drill bit & multi-material drill bit can drill into many different materials including:
- Plus other materials
Best metal drill bit
Also in the Adiseal Ultimate range is the fastest and most durable metal drill bit. In out test drilling into stainless steel with a drill press, it drilled faster and drilled more holes than any other metal drill bit. It was easily the best metal drill bit and it beat the best metal drill bits from the worlds biggest brands including Milwaukee, DeWalt, Bosch & Makita.
Where to buy
To buy masonry drill bit and multi material drill bits in the UK, please contact us for details of you local stockist. For other countries that do not have a Adiseal distributor, please visit www.guglue.com
Masonary drill bit
When people are talking about masonary drill bits, they actually mean masonry drill bit. The correct spelling is masonry drill bit, not masonary drill bit.
Frequently asked questions about masonry drill bit & multi material drill bits
Multi-material drill bits are versatile tools designed to drill holes in various materials, including wood, metal, plastic, concrete, and more.
Multi-material drill bits are designed with specialized tips and cutting edges that allow them to penetrate different materials without the need for frequent bit changes.
Some multi-material drill bits are equipped with carbide or tungsten tips, making them suitable for drilling into concrete or masonry.
Yes, multi-material drill bits can generally be used with standard cordless drills or drill presses.
Yes, multi-material drill bits are versatile tools suitable for both DIY enthusiasts and professional tradespeople, making them a valuable addition to any toolbox.
Masonry drill bits are designed for drilling holes in hard materials like concrete, brick, stone, and masonry.