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5/32 in. Steel SDS Carbide Masonry Drill Bit (1-Piece)

$10.97
  • Compatible for use with 3/16 in. Tapcon concrete anchors
  • For use with SDS plus chuck hammer drills
  • Carbide tip delivers strength for drilling into tough materials
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About This Product

Engineered for heavy-duty use in rotary hammers, the Tapcon SDS carbide drill bit easily drives through Concrete and masonry. The SDS eliminates slippage, providing for productive, high-torque drilling in Concrete and masonry. Seamlessly use Tapcon Drill Bits with Tapcon anchors to ensure drilling precise holes and achieve maximum holding power.

Highlights

  • Used for drilling pilot holes in masonry including concrete, block, and brick
  • For best results, use with 3/16 in. Tapcon concrete anchors
  • Engineered to seamlessly work with Tapcon concrete screw anchors ensuring an accurate fit
  • Carbide tip increases strength and durability allowing for repeated use
  • Tight bit tolerance provides maximum anchor performance
  • Designed for use with a rotary hammer drill with an SDS shank
  • Brazed tip helps resist overheating and longer tip life
  • Carbide tip
  • Concentric tip for accurate, round holes
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Product Information

Internet # 202097023

Model # 11492

Store SKU # 163610

Specifications

Dimensions

Bit Diameter

5/32 in

Bit Length (in.)

7 in

Drilling Depth (in)

4

Shank Diameter

10 mm

Details

Bit Material

Steel

Drill Bit Type

Masonry Bit

Drill Bit Type(s) Included

Masonry Bit

Features

No Additional Features

Impact Driver Capability

Standard

Individual/Set

Individual

Material Application

Brick, Concrete

Number of Pieces

1 Piece

Number of Pieces

1

Pack Size

1

Returnable

90-Day

Shank Style

SDS Plus

Tools Product Type

Power Tool

Questions & Answers

9Questions
caret
Q:Does that fit bosh bulldog hammer drill
by|Sep 11, 2023
1 Answer
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A:  Hi - Thanks for your question! Tapcon SDS Drill Bits fit any SDS compatible tool.

by|Sep 15, 2023
    caret
    Q:Will this drill bit also work well for Hillman Tapper 1/4 in. D Steel Hex Head Concrete Screw Anchor?
    by|Jul 26, 2023
    1 Answer
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    A:  Hi Jaime - Thanks for your question! For best results, we recommend using with 1/4 in. Tapcon Concrete Screw Anchors.

    by|Dec 31, 2023
      caret
      Q:Is 7? the overall length, or the length of the actual shank used for drilling? In other words, how deep can I drill a hole?
      by|Jun 5, 2022
      2 Answers
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      A:  The answer from ITW Brands is incorrect. 7 inches is the overall length. The portion of the bit that drills is only 4.5 inches. Way shorter than 7 inches! The description of this product is misleading and should be updated.

      by|Jul 5, 2023

        A:  7" is the length of the drilling portion of the bit.

        by|Jul 5, 2023
          2 found this answer helpful
          caret
          Q:will these work in red brick ?
          by|Dec 24, 2021
          5 Answers
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          A:  Yes

          by|Dec 28, 2021

            A:  Yes, just start with a smaller diameter bit so as not to break the brick.

            by|Dec 26, 2021

              A:  Yes. I used it to mount various sized concrete screws into brick this summer

              by|Dec 27, 2021

                A:  Absolutely I drilled dozens of holes in hardened concrete, many times harder than brick.

                by|Dec 27, 2021

                  A:  Yes, very easily.

                  by|Dec 26, 2021
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                    Drill bit actually 4.5 inches, not 7
                    The answer from ITW Brands is incorrect. 7 inches is the overall length of this drill bit. The portion of the bit that drills is only 4.5 inches. Way shorter than 7 inches! The description of this product is misleading and should be updated.
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                      Drill needed hole in hard concrete
                      I bought some 5 in concrete anchors, this drill drilled out the concrete that was poured to anchor may new safety railing.
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                      The end on the drill is welded so you can't remove the drill bit and then use the nut driver to d...
                      The end on the drill is welded so you can't remove the drill bit and then use the nut driver to drill in the screw. You have to remove the drill bit from drill and use a separate nut driver. I don't get it??
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                      Picture after 11 holes in my concrete basement walls
                      Picture says enough, can't understand how people still buy this
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                      Response from PaslodeApr 1, 2020
                      Thank you for sharing your feedback. We are sorry to hear that your experience with our product did not match your expectations. Please feel free to call us at (877) 489-2726 or email us at CS@itwbrands.com. We’d like to learn more about your experience and make things right.
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                        Drill bit went right through the concrete block wall effortlessly !! Highly recommend it, last h...
                        Drill bit went right through the concrete block wall effortlessly !! Highly recommend it, last hole was as easy as the first !!
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                        I just picked up a box of Tapcon Screws and thought I better get a SDS bit to pre-drill so I can ...
                        I just picked up a box of Tapcon Screws and thought I better get a SDS bit to pre-drill so I can anchor some boards to my foundation in the basement. So looking around the fastener section I saw there was a Tapcon SDS that would work. In the past I always bought the Bosch SDS bit, but thought hey why not, four holes drilled into some very soft concrete and this bit is rounded over and this is using a Harbor Freight cheapy concrete hammer drill. Plain junk, buy the higher quality Bosch, I know this cost less than $8 bucks, but when you need a tool to perform don't skimp.
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                          These things will TAP ANY CON there is. Mrprinting.com loves these things
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                          It was a great match for our TapCon bolts
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