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  1. 1 Core drilling bits for sale
    New core drilling bits for sale from 70 dollars to 900 dollars in price.
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  2. 2 north carolina core drillers
    core drilling experts in north carolina
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  3. 3 hole in a brick wall
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    This is outside a substation near stanley county, North Carolina, where we are core drilling a 4 inch core drill hole with one of our own core drill bits and it went perfectly. The rig had to mounted upside down to be able to get center of where the penetration of the 13 inch reinforced brick wall need to be for the grey electric pipes to be able to pass through to make it to the control boards located inside the building.

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  4. 4 Affiliate members
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    We welcome all core drilling companies that wish to join our site. Please be nice and don't spam or cause harm and all will be well.

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  5. 5 carolina precision core drill
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    Carolina Precision Core drilling Inc. We offer core drilling services in North Carolina. We can core drill in charlotte, raleigh, greensboro, fayetteville, winston salem, chapel hill and durham. We core drill holes in concrete from 1 inch to 14 inches in walls, concrete floors, cement block walls, brick walls, cmu walls, foundations walls and more.

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  6. 6 14 inch hole in concrete
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    Core drilling 14 inch holes in a block concrete wall is not easy. The core drill bit in itself weighs close to 40 pounds and the rig, along with the core drill motor, adds to that weigh by a least another 60 pounds. So when core drilling on a wall you have to use more than just one concrete anchor to secure the rig to the wall so that the darn thing does not fall off while attempting to put the 14 inch hole in the concrete block wall

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  7. 7 vacuum pump for core drilling
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    A vacuum pump is the unique way that a core drill operator can suck down a core drilling rig to a concrete floor. This method is preferred when core drilling most smooth concrete floors. The vacuum pump sits on the core drill rig usually between the two wheels if the rig is so equipped. A soft suction foam ring lines a channel on the bottom of the core drill rig. On top of the rig is an opening that allows the vacuum pump to suck out the air trapped inside the ring on bottom, thus making suction to the concrete possible.

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  8. 8 core drilling greensboro north carolina
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    This was one mean wall. It had within its contents close to 14 pieces of rebar embedded into the concrete of the this parking garage on greene st, Greensboro, North Carolina. We took almost 48 minutes to core drill this 10 inch hole in the wall. Luckily we had our trusty small core drilling rig with us so that we could mount to the concrete wall with ease. The core weighed almost 60 lbs, which was enough to drag down the motor of our milwaukee 4004-20 core drill motor, but of course not it was not quite tough enough.

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  9. 9 core drilling samples
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    This is our work truck again, this time back in Concord, NC. This particular project involved core drilling through the shop floor of this former transmission shop on church street north. After we get done making a 4" hole in the floor a machine comes in and pounds segments of plastic tube some 30 feet into the ground. This allows the dirt under the old car shop to be sent off to a lab where they will come back with a verdict of whether the ground was contaminated or not by the work of changing truck and car transmissions.

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  10. 10 Sleeves size for core drilling
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    Sometime's we starting a project it is easier to get confused when talking to contractors about the sizes of holes they need core drilled through the walls or floors is a job. Plumbers often talk n pipe sizes which 4 inch is a 4 nch pipe not hole size. This is the reason we made the hole size to core drilling hole size chart so we had an easy reference to have handy

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  11. 11 10 inch core drilling for 8 inch pipe
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    This is a not so flattery picture of one of our faithful core drill operators drilling a hole in a water basin the new West Cabarrus High School being constructed on Weddington Rd, Concord, North Carolina. Our 10 inch core drill bits are embedded with 10 mm. diamond teeth that easily cuts strait thru rebar in most of the underground drainage systems concrete boxes installed in most of the south where soil is decently firm.

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  12. 12 Core drilling quotes
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    We provide concrete core drilling quotes and estimates for the North Carolina area, get an quote for core drilling in Raleigh, Charlotte, Greensboro, Winston Salem, Fayetteville, Asheboro, Asheville, Gastonia, Concord, Harrisburg, hickory, Durham, chapel Hill. We have online core drilling prices

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  13. 13 core drilling water basin for retention pond
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    Here we core drilled 2 two inch holes into the water basin of a retention pond off highway 49 in Harrisburg, NC. The area has seen much growth over the past 30 years and this particular job was to satisfy the Charlotte city engineers to make sure the pond drained correctly in case there cme one of those 100 year floods that happens every now and again. This is our basic wall core drilling rig where we use milwaukee core drill motors of different types to make holes in concrete walls and floor in North Carolina.

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  14. 14 core drilling stamped concrete patio
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    This is a small residential project we underwent in York, SC where we core drilled 4 six inch core drill holes through stamped concrete. The hole nearest in the center of the stamped concrete patio was 14 inches deep which meant that we had to drill down through the foundation underneath the stamped concrete to reach the dirt below which is what the homeowner wanted. Then they were to set 4 wood 4 x 4 columns in the holes upon which the cast fiberglass column over it for support.

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  15. 15 core drilling a cement block wall

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    This is a small core drilling job we did in Morrisville, NC, which is a small suburb of Raleigh, NC. The 5 inch core drill holes in the block wall were for new gas lines at the newly constructed Duke medical center on Arlington Dr. Most cement block walls are poured with concrete and rebar every other block or 16 inches, sometimes every 24 inches depending the load weigh of the wall itself. The height of this particular hole on the wall made it a great project to teach some core drilling skills to one of our young core drill operators that is eager to learn the trade.

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  16. 16 core drilling limestone wall
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    In of itself a core plug is often not very special. But being that we rarely have to core drill through limestone we took a picture of the core when we cored a 6 inch hole for new roof drains at the preyer federal courthouse in greensboro, NC in early june of 2020.

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  17. 17 3 inch hole in a cement block wall
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    This particular core drilling job was pretty high on a block wall which can be difficult to accomplish. Hollow cement block walls are the toughest to core drill when the hole needs to be more than 6 foot off the floor. We often use Redhead brand 1/2 inch and 3/8 inch sleeve anchors to secure the rig to the wall. In this case we are drilling a 3 inch hole in the cement block wall at about 11 foot off the floor. Some core drillers use a hand water pump to core drill holes, we do not prefer to do so.

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  18. 18 water basin core drilling
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    this is a basic set up for drilling 10 inch holes in a water basin such as you find for modern sports fields here in North Carolina. The 10 inch diamond embedded core drill bit has a drilling depth of 14 to 14 and a half inches and most water basins are less than eight inches so it easily penetrates the reinforced concrete. After setup it usually takes about 10 minutes more or less to complete the job.

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  19. 19 3 inch core drilling concrete floors
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    One of the tougher jobs when core drilling is going through metal framing for sheetrock in when it is part of the project. Usually 3 inch core drilling through metal framing is different for if you do not have the core drill rig anchored or vacuum sealed to hold the rig to the floor then your going to have problems cause the core drill bit when engaging the metal framing will maybe try to skip around making starting the hole tough to do.

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  20. 20 core drilling 3 inch hole in concrete block wall
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    this is how we core drill a 3 inch hole in a block wall for new plumbing in a parking garage in Raleigh, NC. The 3 inch hole was cored at 8 foot off the ground in a partially concrete poured wall that was hollow block cells where we had to anchor the core drilling rig. Most of the time the core drilling goes fairly well as we have did this many times before. The price was $350 dollars for this job.

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