High quality, HSS Co8 drill bits made to DIN388, with a long life as they have a TiN coating. The wide flute design is ideal for good chip evacuation and the point is designed to maximise self-centring. They can be used on a wide range materials including cast steel alloyed and non-alloyed, grey cast iron, graphite, malleable cast iron and woods. When used with cutting fluids, will drill stainless steels and titanium. Available in a range of sizes from 1-13mm in 0.5mm increments, plus popular tapping drill sizes 1.6, 2.1, 3.3, 4.2, 6.8 and 10.2mm.
- Top quality HSS drill bits made to DIN338 standards
- Wide flute design for good chip evacuation
- Point designed to self-centre, TiN coating for longer tool life
- Available in 1-13mm in 0.5mm increments
- Plus popular tapping drill sizes
- Can drill in steel, cast steel alloyed and non-alloyed, grey cast iron, graphite and malleable cast iron
- With the application of cutting fluids, will drill stainless steels and titanium
EC Class 1 standard for guaranteed accuracyPermanently etched, black filled graduationsMetric graduations millimetres and half millimetresGraduations on both sidesHardened stainless steel for durabilityPearl chrome anti-glare finish
Protection level FFP2A better fitting mask for better protectionInternal structure results in an unrivalled secure fitStructure maximises fit, comfort and performanceTyphoon™ valve reduces breathing resistanceAdjustable straps for a improved fitFoam strip around the inside forms a better sealWelded nosepiece improves the fit around the topCompatible with...
75mm longAdjustable depth settingFit all hex shank and quick change systems, including Festool's CentrotecMagnetic ring securely holds the screw on the screwdriver bitSleeve locks for consistent screw depth
Cutting Fluid & Compound
Premium, multi-purpose, water soluble, cutting fluidSuitable for most operations and with most common metals and alloysTransparent, the workpiece remains visibleAllows increased cutting speedsContains cleaning and degreasing surfactantsEconomical, average dilution rate (depending on material) of 6%