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Masonry Drill Bits Regular

Wovar's regular masonry drill bits are designed for drilling into brick, block, and even soft concrete. The drill bits have a cylindrical shaft and are equipped with an asymmetrical spiral. The carbide tip of the masonry drill bit enables the drill bit to cut through stone and concrete. 

Do you want to drill holes in hard to very hard concrete? Then we recommend opting for an SDS+ drill bit.

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The premium brand for all your screws, bolts, and other hardware
More affordable than hardware stores
Fast delivery throughout Europe
The premium brand for all your screws, bolts, and other hardware
The premium brand for all your screws, bolts, and other hardware
More affordable than hardware stores
Fast delivery throughout Europe
The premium brand for all your screws, bolts, and other hardware
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Can you use a regular masonry drill bit for drilling in concrete?

If the drill bit is not equipped with a carbide tip, then drilling in concrete is not a great idea. In those cases, the tip of the drill bit is made from the same material as the rest of the drill bit. What distinguishes a drill bit that can be used for concrete, is the carbide tip. Our masonry drill bits are all equipped with this carbide tip, so yes, the regular masonry drill bits are also suitable for drilling in (soft) concrete. However, if you are working with hard concrete or reinforced concrete, we recommend using our SDS+ drill bits. These have been made specifically for drilling in concrete and for use with hammer drills. 

How drill in a brick wall

Important to know is that when you are drilling in brick, the hammer function of your drill should be turned off. If you drill in brick using the hammer function, there is a high chance of breaking the brick. Fortunately, most hammer drills have a button that allows you to change the settings. Drilling in brick can also be done with a regular power drill, as long as it is a good drill with a high RPM.

Ordering masonry drill bits

Are you looking for masonry drill bits? Explore our wide range of masonry drill bits, as well as other types of drill bits. Often, you can profit from our volume discount when ordering 10 or more of the same drill bits. Are you a professional in the construction or landscaping industry? Wovar’s business clients enjoy many benefits with a free business account. For instance, business clients receive a personal discount code and have access to a detailed order history.

Looking for a different type of masonry drill bit? Check out our SDS+ drill bits. Looking for a different drill bit all together? Browse all of our drills and bits, including spade drill bits, metal drill bits, auger drill bits, and much more.