Cordless Drill 1500 –2000 RPM (freeload)
Angle Grinder 8000 –12000 RPM (freeload)
When using with a cordless drill, do not use with hammer or impact action
Always use appropriate PPE
When using this hole saw with water, always use a cordless power tool
Always follow the safety instructions provided in your power tool manual
Hole saw will be hot after use, take care when handling
Ensure the power tool has come to a complete stop before removing the core
To minimise risk of injury due to core material ejecting from the hole saw at speed, after finishing the cut, always point the hole saw downward until the power tool has come to a complete stop.
CorePlus Diamond Hole Saws can be used with either a cordless drill or an angle grinder, using the following techniques:
1: Cordless drill - retractable starter bit method
Using a cordless drill and hole saw for hard tile, stone and glass cutting using an DMPA32P Diamond Hole Saw Arbor With Retractable Starter Bit.
2: Cordless drill - plunge cutting method
Using a cordless drill and hole saw for hard tile, stone and glass cutting using a plunge cutting method
3: Cordless drill - pre-drilled pilot hole method
Using a cordless drill and hole saw for hard tile and stone cutting using a pre-drilled pilot hole method
4: Cordless drill or angle grinder - non hard tile
Using a cordless drill or an angle grinder and hole saw for non hard tile, stone and glass applications
5: Angle grinder - hard tile
Using an angle grinder and hole saw for hard tile and stone cutting
N.B. For the purpose of mounting the hole saw onto the power tool, an arbor is required when using with a drill. An adaptor nut is required when using with an angle grinder. Arbors and adaptor nuts are sold separately.