Abolox®- Your Top Source for Drill Bits
Every workshop – even a home workshop – should have a good selection of drill bits. They can sometimes be expensive, especially when buying several at once. Abolox carries several types of drill bits at reasonable prices, including masonry bits and double-ended drill bits. Browse through our selection of drill bits to find the type you need.
Drill Bits for Professionals and Homeowners
Woodworking drill bits and masonry drill bits are tools that should be in everyone's toolbox. In the professional setting, drill bits are necessary for drilling pilot holes, creating new car parts, cleaning out unthreaded bolt holes such as those found on certain motor mounts, and even assisting drainage issues in flooded vehicles.Plumbers, electricians, construction workers, and many other industries have many uses for drill bits, whether the job is working on a residential or commercial business or on vehicles, including heavy equipment.At home, drill bits are necessary when the homeowner needs to drill a pilot hole to hang heavy art on the walls. A homeowner might need drill bits in the shop to work on lawn and garden tools or even in the house if a homeowner is remodeling himself or herself.
Features of Drill Bits at Abolox
Various drill bits have different features. Some of the drill bits we carry are made in the United States Germany. Depending on the type, the material is also different. Features of some of the drill bits we carry at Abolox include:
- Hammer drilling.
- Percussion drilling.
- Carbide tips.
- Straight shanks.
- High-speed steel.
- Black oxide.
- 4 x 90 head geometry to prevent locking when hitting rebar on the side.
- Pulverizes rebar in reinforced concrete.
- Four fluted reinforced flute geometry for even distribution of dust and reduction of vibration.
- SDS PLUS.
- Rebar chamfers.
- Reduced SH Drill shank.
- M-7N molybdenum high-speed steel.
- 135-degree split point.
- Nitride surface treatment to increase hardness.
- Spline shank.
- Chisel-shaped head geometry for faster penetration into material.
- Large volume flute.
- Taper shank.
When to Use Drill Bits
Drill bits aren't just for the professionals who use them every day. A homeowner or hobbyist could also use drill bits to make their projects easier. Hanging pictures and art on the walls of your home sometimes requires a drill bit for a pilot hole. When it's time to hang holiday lights, a small bit comes in handy for facilitating the installation of small hooks.Repairing furniture or your own car? Drill bits are handy hand tools that make your project easier.
Quality Drill Bits at Abolox
Abolox only carries quality drill bits that last. We carry drill bits that have carbide tips and that are made for high-speed drilling. We take the time to ensure that every drill bit stands the test of time when used properly. And, we can offer reasonable prices, which makes it easier to choose several drill bits for various applications.Read More Read Less