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BLUEROCK Model 10Z1 Concrete Core Drill 2-Speed w/ Stand

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$699.00
SKU:
10Z1
UPC:
702874147316
Availability:
IN STOCK USA! Ships out the same day if ordered by 1PM PST M-F
Weight:
70.00 LBS
Shipping:
Calculated at Checkout

 BLUEROCK® TOOLS 10Z1 DUAL SPEED CORE DRILL

HIGH OUTPUT CONCRETE CORING DRILL

Specifications:

  • Max Drilling Diameter: 10" (core bit pictured is not included, see other listings for core bits and package deals)
  • Rated Voltage: 110V
  • Rated Frequency: 50-60Hz
  • Rated Input Power: 2600W
  • CE Certificate
  • Dual Speed: 460rpm/900rpm

Structure and Features:

  • Two-gear rotary speed is designed for drilling different size holes. The drill is fitted with an outer regulating safety clutch
    • Top gear is for small/medium drill bits
    • Bottom gear is for larger drill bits
  • Has an overload protection switch to protect the machine and user
  • Double insulation
  • Integrated water hose connection for "wet" drilling
  • This is a heavy duty drill with high output for concrete, asphalt and masonry drilling. Reinforced concrete with rebar

 

DRILL BIT PICTURED IS NOT INCLUDED

FOR SHIPPING OUTSIDE OF CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES PLEASE CONTACT FOR SHIPPING QUOTATION, IF NOT OTHERWISE SPECIFIED IN ITEM DESCRIPTION.

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10"Z1 Core Drill Operational Manual

  • 5
    Great Drill

    Posted by Unknown on 14th Aug 2020

    I needed a core drill for personal use. This was the best quality and price I could find. Thanks for a great tool.

  • 5
    Great for mineral sphere making

    Posted by Vince on 4th Jul 2019

    This drill is great because it has two speeds. I use the lower RPM to core drill rocks for sphere preforms. My recommendation is to use only clean water and as small a stream as possible. Just a trickle really. I drill a small hole in each drill bit I use to remove the risk of water or steam pressure moving past the seal. Drill bits should last at least in the 25 to 50 core range for hard rocks like quartz, jasper etc. With harder rocks the bits usually need sharpening during the coring process to remove glazing over of the diamonds. I hold an 8" silicon carbide wheel against the moving cutting surface to sharpen the bits.

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