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Concrete Coring/Drilling

Concrete Coring/Drilling

  1. concrete drilling/coring 10mm -600 mm diameters upto 6m depth
  2. Manhole opening
  3. Large diameter opening by stitch coring method
  4. Metal drilling 4MM -100 MM
  5. Under water drilling/coring 12mm - 300 mm
  6. Hammer drilling for anchors 5 mm - 52 mm
  7. Pneuamtic drilling
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Stitch coring is the method of making overlapping core holes, openings can be formed in walls and floors. No limit to the sizes and depth of opening.
Stitch Coring is an effective method for removing almost any thickness of concrete where other methods cannot be applied. Core holes are drilled in a series of overlapping holes, allowing for one large segment to be removed.



Wall sawing employs a circular blade on a track-mounted machine. The track is attached to vertical walls or steep inclines, or floors. Wall sawing is typically specified to cut precise dimensional door, vent and window openings. Straight as well as bevel cuts are possible with the wall saw. The wall saw is also an excellent choice for creating precise openings in any concrete structure. The diamond wall saw blade consists of a circular steel core with diamond segments attached to the periphery. The blade is mounted on the spindle of the wall saw.


Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is concrete drilling?

Concrete drill is a cylindrical drill that is used to make holes through a surface. It is made of metal, and the drill tips are usually coated with either diamond or carbide. A core drill is composed of a motor, handle, and drill bits. The main difference between a core drill and other cement cutting tools is that a core drill will extract a sample from the material..Read More

2. How to drill into concrete?

1. Mark the desired position of the holes in pencil on the concrete surface, and double-check their locations before you proceed.
2. Don your goggles, then insert the appropriate tungsten carbide masonry drill bit for your desired hole size into the hammer drill...
3. Make a guide hole first. Many hammer drills offer only two speeds, so turn your drill on at the slower speed for best control when making the guide hole...
4. When you start with a guide hole at least 1/8 inch deep, your drill will be easier to control, but all the same continue to operate the drill with a steady..Read More

3. What are the types of Concrete Drilling?

There are two main types of core drilling: hard coring and soft coring. This refers to the type of lithology each method is suited for.
Soft coring is used when taking a core sample of unconsolidated material and is capable of reaching depths of 500 feet (or more—but this is what is typical for environmental industry projects). Soft coring uses a punch core system.. Read More

4. Best Concrete Drillers in UAE?

At NDTS, we offer a full range of concrete cutting services, state of the art technology, highly qualified employees, a ‘safety first’ mindset, and unequalled customer service. We are committed to seeing your project through from beginning to end. We are committed to innovation, our customers, and our community..Read More