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Drilling reinforced concrete with Solga Diamant drill bit.

At Solga Diamant we have a wide range of drill bits. In this case, we show you how a turbo drill works drilling reinforced concrete, as well as teach you some tricks for the installation of the support and its correct operation.

concrete turbo drill Solga Diamant

This type of segment offers multiple advantages:
· Higher cutting speed due to lower friction with the material to be
cut
· Higher performance Height 12 mm
– Reduced vibration and ease of cutting
– Roof type segment for easy opening and
self-centering
· Jam resistant

Here the video of drilling reinforced concrete with Solga Diamant drill bit:

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At Solga Diamant, our target is to offer the highest quality and the best service. We select our suppliers of raw materials with the same standards that we use in our manufacture, guaranteeing the highest level of quality. In our production process, we use the latest technologies in sintering and welding, obtaining products of the highest quality at competitive prices.
Our commercial network identifies the needs of the markets and together with the factory we develop new core drills to provide the best solution for every requirement. All our core drills are laser welded. Brazing is also available.

Problems cutting with diamond wire?

? Here we explain how to solve the most common problems that can occur when cutting with diamond wire for stone or construction.

WHAT WE OBSERVE
IN THE DIAMOND WIRE
POSSIBLE CAUSESOLUTION
BOND DISPLACEMENT
– High thread tension
– Very little cooling
– Wire slides on the pulley matrix due to lack of adhesion
– Sudden wire lock
– Reduce forward speed
– Increase cooling
– Increase tension
– Use wedges to avoid closing of the cutting area
EXCESSIVE CONICITY

– Using of a suitable bead
– Increase peripheral speed and reduce forward speed
– Increase cooling
– Increase the profile speed
– Switch to a mode of cyclic drilling
– Abrasive Materials
– Small cutting surface
– Low / incorrect cooling
– Low peripheral speed
THE WIRE DOES NOT START THE CUT
– High tension of the wire
– Very pronounced corners
– Differences in diameter along the wire
– High contact arc
– Reduce forward speed
– Round corners
– Only use threads with ø with differences not exceeding 0.2mm
.
– Use guide pulleys
WIRE FLATTENED

– Insufficient number of turns per meter
– Excessive tension in wire
– Low cooling
– Insufficient distance between the pulley and the cutting area
– Increase the number of twist/ turns
– Reduce forward speed
– Increase cooling
– Increase distance
THE WIRE DOES NOT CUT OR CUTS VERY SLOW

– Very hard materials
– Very large cutting surface
– High peripheral speed
– Highly reinforced concrete
– Reopen with abrasive materials and / or reduce peripheral
speed
– Reduce cutting surface using guide pulleys
– Reduce peripheral speed
– Use appropriate alloy
WIRE BREAK
– High tension of the wire
– Very pronounced corners
– Pronounced arc at the entrance of the cut
– Strong vibrations at the conection
– Reduce forward speed
– Round corners
– Increase cooling
– Check balance and wear of the pulleys
CONNECTOR AREA LOSE
– Incorrect pressing or improper splicing
– High tension of the wire
– Very pronounced corners
– Pronounced arch at the cutting entrance
– Use the correct press and connector
– Reduce forward speed
– Round corners
– Use guide pulleys
DIAMOND IN BEAD
(A) EXPOSED

(B) SATIN
PERIPHERAL SPEED
(A) Increase the speed
(B) Low the speed
COOLING / ADVANCE OF THE MACHINE
(A) Lack of water / Increase speed
(B) Too much water / Reduce speed

We have all encountered problems at some point cutting some material with diamond wire, but with these tips we can take our work to another level. ?

Do you have a question that does not appear in our tips? Can’t find the right diamond wire for the job you need to do? Write to us at web@solgadiamant.com and we will be happy to advise you. ?


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Problems cutting with a diamond cutting disc?

Here we explain how to solve the most common problems that can occur when cutting with a diamond blade for stone or construction.

WHAT WE OBSERVE
ON THE DIAMOND BLADE
POSSIBLE CAUSESOLUTION
RAPID SEGMENT WEAR
SOLGA DIAMANT DIAMOND BLADE
– Unsuitable blade type
– Cooling or peripheral speed
low
– Change of blade type and quality
– Increase cooling and/or peripheral and ground speed
.
LATERAL SEGMENT WEAR
– The blade has not been working vertically and
curved or arched cuts have been made.
– The blade has roughed
The blade does not have the tape deck area.
clean or is incorrectly positioned
– Use suitable blade for the application
– Clean platen and blade
SATIN AND CLOSED
SEGMENTS
– Blade type not suitable for the
material
– Excessive speed
– Open the diamond using the blade in a
abrasive material
– Decrease speed
DARKENED SEGMENTS

– Lack of cooling
– Unsuitable blade type
– High peripheral speed
– Increase cooling
– Change of blade type
– Decrease peripheral speed
– Disminuir velocidad de avance
WEAR OF THE BASE OF THE
SEGMENT

-Highly abrasive material
– Unsuitable blade type
-Large depth of cut and poor cooling
cooling
– Change blade type
– Increase cooling
CRACKS IN THE STEEL
BODY
– Lack of cooling
– Center hole not centered
– Loss of support rigidity
– Change blade type
– Verify center hole
– Increase cooling
BLADE WITH DEFORMED SUPPORT
OR UNSTRESSED
– The disk has suffered a fall in the
machine or other accident.
– Reheating
– Use the tool correctly
– Increase cooling
SEGMENT BREAKAGE
– Support deformation
– Reheating
– Hooked
– Increase cooling
– Remove loose element from the cut

We have all encountered problems at some point cutting some material with diamond blades, but with these tips we can take our work to another level ?.

Do you have a question that does not appear in our tips? Can’t find the right diamond blade for the job you need to do? Write to us at web@solgadiamant.com and we will be happy to advise you. ?


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Problems drilling with diamond core drill bit?

?Here we explain how to solve the most common problems that can occur when drilling with a diamond core drill bit.

WHAT WE SEE
ON THE DIAMOND DRILL BIT
POSSIBLE CAUSESOLUTION
RELEASE OF SEGMENT– Lack of cooling, decrease thickness
– Excessive heat
– Drill Jam
– Loose rods
– Increase cooling
– Check that the anchorage of the drill bit is correctly placed and without damage
SEGMENT WITH DARK COLOR
– Lack of cooling
– Excessive heat
– Excessive speed
– Increase cooling
– Slow down rotation speed
– Switch to a mode of cyclic drilling
SEGMENT INCLINATION (OUTSIDE / INSIDE)
– Abrupt start
– Work at high power with the polished segment
– Choose a segment too hard
– Drill softly
– If possible, move the opening part.
– If the movement is not possible, set the speed lower rotation
– Put the drill bit as slow and smooth as possible
CRACKS IN THE STEEL BODY
– Unequal wear out of the body of the nucleus as a result of core runout, lateral loads, impact
– Overload during drilling
– Drill Jam
– Change to a mode of smoother drilling or cyclic
– Stop the drill and unblock the drill bit
SEGMENT TOTAL OR PARTIALLY BROKEN
– Wrong fixation of the stand
– Loose rods
– Set the stand
FRICTION AT THE TUBE
– Thickness loss
– Loose rod
– Set the stand
– Cut
LOW CUTTING SPEED
– Satin Segment– Lower peripheral speed
EXCESSIVE WEAR
– Lack of cooling
– Low peripheral speed
– Increase cooling
– Upload peripheral speed

We have all encountered problems at some point when drilling with a diamond core drill bit, but with these tips we can take our work to another level. ?

Do you have a question that does not appear in our tips? Can’t find the right diamond core drill bit for the job you need to do? Write to us at web@solgadiamant.com and we will be happy to advise you. ?


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