SDS Plus Drill Bits
Use SDS drill bits to drill into concrete, stone and brick. The slotted drive system in these drills requires extremely durable drill bits. This is because they use the powerful hammer action of the slotted drive system in these drills for boring holes through steel and masonry.
SDS Drill Bits: What Do They Do?
With SDS drills, you can switch between drilling modes based on the material, such as hammer-action only, rotary, or rotary with a hammer. Designed for SDS, rotary and percussion drills, the flutes on SDS drill bits are made from high-alloy steel with a carbide edge. They usually have double grooves on the shank. You can use these bits to drill masonry, steel, concrete, and brick.
You'll find high-quality bits at Data Powertools for all SDS drills. The masonry drill bit sets we sell have flutes that are reinforced to keep dust out, reduce breakage, and reduce vibration. We also have carbide masonry drill bits for hammer drills that are faster and have less vibration.