Porcelain Tile / September 14, 2018 / Brousseau
The Armeg PTC Diamond drill bit range boasts diamond core drill bits that are capable of cutting hundreds of holes in all grades of porcelain. They feature thin wall continuous diamond crowns for and fast and efficient cutting and an extended life. These diamond cores are not to be confused with short-life diamond grit alternatives. Not only do these diamond drill bits cut porcelain they also cut materials such as marble granite travertine slate quarry tiles ceramic tiles natural stone and limestone.
Drilling Large Diameter Holes (13mm or Larger). In order to cut holes that are 13mm or larger in diameter it is necessary to first drill a pilot hole. The pilot hole will act as a locater for a large diamond core and will help you to drill a perfect hole in porcelain tile. Attach an 8mm carbide drill bit or 8mm diamond bit to your drill. Follow the instructions given above for either Drilling Small Diameter Holes (10mm or Smaller) with Diamond Cores or Drilling Small Diameter Holes (10mm or Smaller) with Carbide Bits depending on whether you are using diamond cores or carbide drill bits. Leave out the final step in either case as you wont be drilling a fixing hole behind the tile.
The Kaska glazed porcelain offers a Tiger Cotto and Noce series. These tiles are comparatively priced and offer a full colour body porcelain tile. These tiles are made in Turkey and have standard edges and a PEI 4 rating. These tiles are ideal for floors or walls in any home with any amount of traffic. The glaze on the tiles helps to protect and lengthen the life of the tiles so they can be used in the kitchen near the doors or even on the walls to beautify your home.