What to drill slate


In construction, several types of slate are used: natural - very solid and durable, has several varieties; asbestos-containing - the most demanded and cheapest; soft slate - a little-known, but in recent times more and more in demand; plastic - very light and elastic, used to cover the arbors.
Slate, depending on the type, is used in the construction of complexes, industrial premises, in the installation of wall sandwich panels, as well as houses, cottages, garages. When attaching a slate, the question often arises as to what to use for fastening and how to drill it. Experienced experts recommend the use of a drill from a good manufacturer and several options verified. Pobeditovoe drill very quickly grind off, and it has to be changed frequently. The holes are drilled quite well when using a metal drill.
The best results are shown by the work of diamond drills with a pointed tip; on sale they are called drill bits for ceramic tiles.To work, they need to have a few pieces, because with each drill the hole diameter will decrease and the drill will have to be changed. From time to time, pauses must be made between the holes so that the drill does not overheat and cool. In the wave slate, in order to prevent the sheet from cracking, the mounting holes are made with a conventional drill on the crest of the wave. The diameter of the drill used should be 1-2 mm greater than the diameter of the nail, and the distance between the holes - 80-100 mm from the bottom edge. To prevent the drill bit from slipping, use a template. The marking of the holes is carried out on sheets in the original packaging.

Slate Mounting Options


There are many options for mounting slate. In order to nail slate, apply slate nails, they are very well punched and do not break it. Unlike conventional nails, they have multi-colored caps of a larger diameter. Much stronger nails are slate screws. They are made of hardened steel, do not rust, have different lengths and hexagonal heads with a wrench or a slot for a screwdriver. Screws are used sharp and in the form of a drill, with washers for sealing.When using screws, you will have to use a drill to drill slate in places where there will be fasteners. If the end of the screw is sharp, you can do without a drill, twist the screw with a wrench or a screwdriver.


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