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Bosch 1/4 in. x 4 in. x 6 in. BlueGranite Turbo Carbide Hammer Drill Bit for Concrete, Stone, and Masonry Drilling
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1/4 in. x 4 in. x 6 in. BlueGranite Turbo Carbide Hammer Drill Bit for Concrete, Stone, and Masonry Drilling

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The Bosch Blue Granite bit are optimized for drilling in masonry and concrete. It features a revolutionary PowerGrip round shank that eliminates shank slippage and delivers superior performance. The Centric Active tip and the improved flute design ensure precise, fast drilling.

  • Bosch offers a full assortment of masonry and carbide bits as well as chisels for hammer drills, SDS-plus rotary hammers and demolition hammers
  • Optimized for drilling in masonry and concrete
  • Revolutionary PowerGrip round shank for better grip and superior performance
  • Centric active tip for precise, fast drilling

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1/4 in. x 4 in. x 6 in. BlueGranite Turbo Carbide Hammer Drill Bit for Concrete, Stone, and Masonry Drilling
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can i use this bit for tapcon anchors?

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Thanks for your question. Yes the bits can be used for drilling into concrete and masonry.
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Hi JJ, yes you can use this drill bit as long as it is the right diameter for the tapcon you are installing.
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Will this work on slate.

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Thank you for your question. The HCBG06T is not recommended for Slate. We recommend our new Natural Stone Bit model NS300 for slate.
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Is this bit able to drill into solid Granite?

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Thank you for your question. Bosch Blue Granite bits are made to drill into concrete, stone and masonry. For drilling into Granite we would recommend a diamond hole saw.
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What diameter concrete screws should I use after drilling with this 1/4 in drill bit?

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Will this drill bit make holes appropriate for 1/4" or 3/16" concrete screws?
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Thank you for your question. The drill bit needs to be slightly smaller than the concrete screw that you are needing to install, the type of screw or anchor is a factor as well. For example if you are using a 1/4" hex head cement screw you would need to drill a 5/32" hole. It is best to determine the size of concrete screw you will need to use then we can determine the correct drill bit size. Please feel Read More
Thank you for your question. The drill bit needs to be slightly smaller than the concrete screw that you are needing to install, the type of screw or anchor is a factor as well. For example if you are using a 1/4" hex head cement screw you would need to drill a 5/32" hole. It is best to determine the size of concrete screw you will need to use then we can determine the correct drill bit size. Please feel free to contact our Customer Service Representatives at 1-877-267-2499 so we can further discuss and determine which bit would be best for your needs. Read Less
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