DIAMOND CORE DRILLING
Hard materials like concrete can be drilled effectively with diamond core drilling. When round holes need to be made, diamond coring is used. One of the main advantages is the absence of vibration, which reduces the chance of adjacent structures being damaged. Using electric or hydraulic drilling rigs allows holes to be drilled at any angle and perpendicularly in places that are hard to reach or sensitive.
A diamond core drill is also quite popular as it prevents fractures from occurring, so you can immediately proceed with installation, deployment, or any other electrical or plumbing work.
What are the advantages of diamond core drilling?
Corning is reliable when drilling round holes into rigid materials such as concrete or brick. Drilling holes can be performed at any angle. There are several advantages to diamond concrete coring, including the fact that it does not cause vibration and adjacent structures are less likely to be touched. In this way, confined spaces and sensitive locations can be accessed. The drills with a diamond core bit can be used to cut through concrete and other hard materials. The diamond core bit is notoriously solid and has a large surface area. It can last longer than the other coring bits. The noise level is low throughout the drilling process. Diamond core drilling is efficient and fast, which means it takes fewer man-hours compared to the others methods of drilling. In this way, operating costs are reduced.
About CORE&SAW diamond core drilling services
As a concrete contractor, we provide a wide range of services. Our primary service area is Colorado and Wyoming. Our drilling services can be applied to concrete, masonry, asphalt, steel, and other hard materials. Our core drilling equipment drills holes ranging in diameter from 0.5" to 42" and up to 80' deep at varying angles.
Where is core drilling used?
Concrete Sample Analysis
How big can you drill holes?
The diameter of the holes we drill with diamond cores ranges from 0.5 to 42 inches.
How deep can you drill a hole?
Our company has the equipment to coring to a depth of 80 feet with this equipment.
When you drill, do you add water?
That's right. Concrete drilling uses water for two purposes. A first step to battling dust is to use water to clean the hole from shavings and dust. Secondly, there is a rather technical function. The use of pressurized water prevents overheating of the diamond core drill.
What maximum distance are you willing to drive from Colorado for work?
Colorado and Wyoming are the most common locations for our projects. However, we also have several projects in the area of 100 miles around Colorado. Our team is ready to provide you with coring services as far as possible. Still, we will evaluate the project and only agree if it is feasible for you and us.
What makes CORE & SAW different?
Safe for environment
Our company contractor in Colorado and Wyoming provides core drilling and cutting services that are dust-free and vibration-free.
Team of concrete professionals
We aim to be professional in everything we do and constantly develop and improve. Providing the best concrete contractor services in Colorado and Wyoming is our goal.
Dedication to customer experience
Having ten years of industry experience, we can find a solution for any project or client, no matter how big or small. We pride ourselves on providing reliable and quality service to our clients.
A high level of motivation
Our cooperation should be mutually beneficial for both of us. To maintain our high standard of quality services, we want to ensure that you are happy with our work and will continue to contact us in the future.
Armed with the latest technologies
Unlike other service providers on the market, our company leverages modern equipment and highly qualified specialists to handle any project to the highest standard and on time.