Porcelain Tile / September 14, 2018 / Brousseau
With porcelain being one of the most popular choices of tile material available and with the trend for porcelain tile set to continue tilers have had to adapt their working methods and tools to be able to cater for the demands of their clients. Until recently a large number of tile fixers have shied away from the installation and drilling of porcelain tiles due its perceived difficulty. However drilling holes in porcelain tile is not difficult! Using the correct methods and the best tools for the job it is possible to achieve perfect cuts in a matter of seconds.
You can never go wrong when you choose ceramic porcelain tiles for your home finishing. They are not only durable and practical porcelain tiles can transform an otherwise ordinary home into a lovely abode. Fabric cross-stitch patterns work very well in the home or office decors! The light and the shadow beside the 3D patterns are breathtaking. Otherwise, fabric often faces problems like dirt and may be difficult to maintain clean.
The Armeg PTC Carbide drill bit range comprises of excellent porcelain tile drill bits that are capable of cutting 15-25 holes in grade 5 porcelain or 50+ in lesser grades of porcelain. These carbide drill bits boast non-slip start-up thanks to diamond-ground tip geometry. The Armeg PTC Soft Tile drill bit range is ideal for drilling softer tiles such as ceramics and travertine. They feature point-ground tips to help reduce slippage and wander. Armeg Tile Drilling Accessories for use with Armeg PTC drill bits include: water feed pump kit water feed adapters water feed clamp & drive/piloting guides to ensure non-slip start-up with small diameter diamond cores.