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Tapcon

Model # 11247

Internet # 100163075

Store SKU # 367188

5/32 in. x 4-1/2 in. Carbide Drill Bit

$3.93 /each

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Product Overview

Tapcon Drill Bits work best with Tapcon Concrete Anchors. They have a carbide tip that ensures the precise drilling of pilot holes. For best results, use a hammer drill. Tapcon drill bits are designed to work as part of a system. The system includes the Condrive Installation Tool, the Tapcon anchor, and the carbide-tipped Tapcon drill bit. For consistent performance, it's best to use the entire system.

  • Use with a hammer drill for best results
  • Carbide tip for strength and durability
  • Drills up to 75 holes
  • Tight bit tolerance provides maximum anchor performance
  • Recommended drain: K-7272 or K-7271

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.) 
.156 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
4.5 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
.156 in 
Bit Diameter 
5/32 in 
Bit Length (in.) 
4.5 
Shank Diameter 
5/32 in 

Details

Bit Material 
Steel 
Drill Bit Type 
Masonry Bit 
Drill Bit Type(s) Included 
Masonry Bit 
Individual/Set 
Individual 
Material Application 
Brick,Concrete 
Power Tool Product Type 
Drill & Router Bits 
Self-Feeding 
No 
Shank Style 
Straight 
Shank Style 
Straight 
Tools Product Type 
Power Tool 

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Will this bit work with a standard drill

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September 14, 2015
I want to attach a wall to a concrete floor (baseplate)
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Please contact CCNA Tech Support for assistance with your project. You can reach them at 800-726-7386 from 8-5pm CT Monday - Friday.
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Is the drill suppose to not be perfectly straight?

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September 7, 2015
I bought this bit and put it into my drill and noticed the bit not being straight when it's spinning. I tried other bit that I have and it spins straight without any wobble. So my drill machine is okay. Or does this bit require some intermediary part before I insert it into my drill? I bought the Tapcon screws too.
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The Tapcon drill bit should be straight. It does not require an intermediary part before inserting it in a drill. If the Tapcon drill bit you purchased is not straight, we recommend returning it to the store where it was purchased. For additional information, please contact our Customer Service Department at 877-489-2726 from 8:00am - 5:00pm CT Monday-Friday.
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Rated 2.0 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not strong enough I am finishing my basement in my new house. The drill bit could not handle going into the cement, It ended up bending with all the pressure I was putting on it. The bit came with the cement anchors I purchased. Changed to a different drill bit and had no issues other then the bit was not long enough. Will have to get a longer one on my next stop to H.D. January 22, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by OK for new pour crete, Old slab however.. It would't go further than 1/4" Drilled quite easily through a newly cured crete (5,000 psi) I poured around a new p-trap for a shower remodel. Drilled a total of 4 holes in the new crete, it did struggle at times then it would bite and go down quickly (hitting aggregrate?). But it wouldn't go deeper than 1/4" in the old slab!! I switched over to a hammer drill and maybe got down to 1/2" in one hole before the bit overheated and lost its temper. December 8, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Holy cow! Drill holes in your house! If you can keep a sense of humor during a bad hurricane season, you win. Drill holes in your house, put up pieces of wood, block out the sun, whatever you please. The perfect tool. It isn't like there is a great deal of choices in concrete drill bits and this does the job. September 29, 2009
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