Hammer drill bits from Heller fufill the highest requirements for drilling in concrete and reinforcement steel.
Dinklage. The Heller Tools GmbH is the innovative specialist for drilling holes at construction sites. The hammer drill bit product line includes models with two-, three-, and four-flute carbide drill heads. But which model should a professional user at the construction site choose to best reach his or her goal? A simple rule of thumb applies to the products from Heller: Two-flute cutters are the fastest hammer drill bits, and four-flute cutters are especially robust. The three-flute cutter combines the benefits of the other two types of drill bits and is therefore the best choice.
The Bionic Pro SDS-plus model is a high speed drill bit with two cutting edges that achieves the best drilling progress in concrete and reinforcement steel. The patented drill head ensures long service lives, and the Twinmax 3D helix reliably transports the drilling dust out of the hole.
Heller has recently added a new four flute cutter, the 4Power SDS-plus, to their product range. This cutter is very robust and has a very long service life, even when drilling through reinforcement steel. The optimized head and helix design not only very effectively removes drilling dust, but, thanks to the computer-designed helix, also vibrates very little while drilling, which makes it much easier for users to drill holes.
The Trijet SDS-plus is equipped with three cutting edges. It is the most powerful hammer drill bit from Heller and has the longest service life for concrete and reinforcement steel applications. On the one hand, the patented Trijet drill head is characterized by its extremely robust and powerful drilling progress. On the other hand, it ensures maximum effectiveness and speed as well as minimum vibration when drilling due to its optimized helix design. In comparison to the other hammer drill bits, the Trijet SDS-plus has the lowest cost per hole.