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Why Choose MTF for Diamond Drilling?

MTF Diamond Drilling and Controlled Demolition Ltd have embraced advanced diamond drilling technologies such as stitch drilling, core drilling and mining barrel drilling. We pioneer the potential of Diamond Drilling to quickly and safely solve many construction industry challenges enabling our customers to take advantage of this skilful technique. As a result MTF are widely regarded as a leading contractor within the industry.

Why Use Diamond Drilling?

Diamond drilling is commonly used in the construction and industrial sectors. It is ideal for drilling different sized holes or openings in stone, brick and concrete structures. Diamond core drilling is very popular in construction and building applications because it is non-percussive, accurate, faster and more cost-effective compared to conventional drilling methods.

Cost Efficiency

The accuracy achieved when employing the method of diamond drilling reduces structural damage risks, which eliminates unnecessary structural repair costs common with conventional breaking and percussive drilling methods. Additionally it produces a solid section of core / debris, meaning less bulk or waste.

Specialist in Precision Drilling

Diamond drilling offers precise accuracy compared to conventional drilling methods.

Time Efficient

Diamond drilling is by far the fastest method of drilling holes through hard surfaces such as reinforced concrete, brickwork, blockwork, asphalt and many more.

Controlling Noise, Dust and Vibration

Diamond drilling stands out for producing low noise output plus minimal dust and vibration, making it an environmentally efficient choice / method. Unlike percussive drilling methods, it limits the exposure to noise, vibration or air pollution.

Accurate, Precise and Cleaner Holes

The drilling’s precision offers clean, precise and accurate holes compared to concrete breaking and percussive drilling and breaking, with core bit diameters ranging from 10mm to 1500mm.

Working in Areas with Restricted Access

Diamond drilling equipment is light and portable. This makes the method perfect for difficult working environments i.e. drilling in restricted spaces and underwater drilling. Furthermore, drilling can be done automatically (via remote control).

Variable Power Sources

Diamond drilling equipment can be powered by a wide range of power sources from electricity to hydraulics and compressed air. This makes diamond drilling ideal in any construction and industrial setting with any of the basic power sources.

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