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Stitch drilling is an effective method of removing concrete under closely controlled conditions.
There are other ways to create large openings, but there are a number of situations
where stitch drilling is the preferred option. Stitch drilling is often used when a site is too cramped for other methods of cutting.
Diamond drilling is also suitable for use underwater which means that there are a whole range of situations where a stitch drilling method is a necessity – such as working on water treatment facilities or off-shore platforms.
Finally, because diamond drilling uses water as a lubricant, there is no dust produced during the drilling process, so stitch drilling using a diamond drill is the best choice for working in a sterile or clean environment such as a hospital.
Stitch Drilling is a technique where our drillers drill a series of overlapping holes, usually around 107mm in diameter, which can then be used to form any shape or size of opening through any thickness of reinforced material.