10 reasons why we love diamond drills, (and why you should too!)
Something of a workhorse that can be relied upon to get the job done, diamond drills are an essential piece of site equipment, delivering performance, power and crucially, accuracy.
Making it possible to tackle projects that would otherwise be unfeasible or take too long, diamond drills are able to take on the toughest of materials with ease. With so much in their favour, we have come up with our top 10 reasons why we love diamond drills, and why we think you should too, check them out…
Diamonds + blade + motor = what’s not to love?!
Diamond drills can be used on a staggering array of tough materials including; concrete, brick, granite, marble, natural stone…the list goes on.
When used properly, a diamond drill allows for precise and accurate drilling, helping to avoid chips and cracks.
They are versatile and can be use to create everything from narrow channels for wires and cables to large holes suitable for pipework.
The combination of strength and power means they offer quick results; helping to speed up the time taken to undertake on-site tasks.
hanks to their accuracy they can reduce the risk of causing damage to surrounding areas.
They offer low noise, making them ideal for working in confined areas when noise disturbance must be kept to a minimum.
Durable and robust, like any piece of site equipment worth its salt, a diamond core drill motor from the Husqvarna range, available at Red Band, is able to withstand the toughest conditions.
Keeping dust to a minimum, they are great for on-site work where dust management is a must.
Designed to be portable, diamond drilling equipment is easily transferred from job to job, making them a great investment.
Here at Red Band we stock a wide range of diamond drills from leading brand, Husqvarna. As well as a wide range of diamond core drill motors, we also supply diamond core drill rigs, diamond core stands and diamond drilling accessories. For information and advice, call the Red Band team on 0116 260 2601 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.