Diamond drill cutting holes through reinforced concrete, image is portraying the answer to the question "What is diamond drilling?"

What is Diamond Drilling?


Diamond drilling is an advance and sufficient way of forming holes through all types of brickwork, varying in sizes from 6.00mm to 1.200mm in diameter and virtually unlimited depths.

Stitch drilling is still using the technique of diamond drilling but making the holes to overlap will form opening.

  • Requires little or even no reinstatement work.
  • Will penetrate a variety of materials such as reinforce concrete, mass concrete, brick masonry and blockwork.
  • None percussive reducing hand arm vibration (HAVS).
  • By attaching water and dust control are able to keep a clean safe environments.
Diamond drill cutting holes through reinforced concrete building foundations, image is portraying the answer to the question "What is diamond drilling?"