Porcelain Tile / August 23, 2018 / Brousseau
Drilling holes into porcelain tile should take seconds not minutes. If it is taking you minutes it is likely that you are not applying enough pressure or that you are using an incorrect setting on the power tool. Best Tools for the Job. In order to drill perfect holes in porcelain tile it is extremely important to use premium quality drill bits. Armeg have been producing innovative high quality drilling solutions for over 30 years and Armegs PTC (Porcelain Tile Cutter) range is at the forefront of tile drilling technology.
The Porcelain Enamel Institute (PEI) rating system is also a good reference when buying your porcelain tiles. In the rating system the tiles are measured according to their application. The range starts from PEI Class 1 up to PEI Class 5. When looking for the perfect porcelain tile designs for your home you can choose from a variety of designs that are glazed unglazed or through-bodied in color composition. Whatever your preference porcelain tiles are guaranteed to make your home cozy and beautiful.
Simply start the drill in a vertical position and the sticky pad will ensure that the drill does not slip. Once you have finished drilling the tile simply peel off the sticky drive pad. Because the majority of small diameter holes will be cut into tiles already fixed to the wall it will be necessary to drill a fixing hole behind the tile. Replace the diamond core with the appropriately sized masonry drill bit and set the drill to hammer mode. Use a slow speed for drilling into hard materials to ensure that the tip doesnt overheat. Ensure that the drill bit is frequently withdrawn in order to stop a build up of dust.