Precision core drilling is preferred when accuracy and cleanliness are important.

It allows for the extraction of samples for testing, installation of anchors, or creating openings for pipes and cables without causing structural damage.

Precision core drilling can be used on a wide range of materials, including concrete, asphalt, masonry, metal, and more. The specific drill bits and techniques may vary depending on the material being drilled.

Precision core drilling involves using a drill rig with a core bit attached. The drill bit is rotated and pressed against the material, gradually cutting a cylindrical core sample. Water is often used during the drilling process to cool the bit and suppress dust. Once the core is cut, it can be extracted for further analysis or to create openings as needed.

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