Walter Surface Technologies announces the introduction of SST (Super Speed Tip) drill bits in the United States.
“When it comes to drill bits, customers are looking to simplify their inventory,” explains Ryan Boyd, product manager, tooling and power tools for Walter Surface Technologies. “Based on this principle, we developed a product that is engineered to last longer, perform exceptionally on a variety of materials, and drill more holes faster. Simply put, this is the only drill bit you will ever need.”
The self-centering split point prevents the “walking” effect on curved surfaces and allows for the drilling of any size of hole in a single operation. The drill bits’ high-flow spiral and chisel edge design maximize chip evacuation, and the field-proven SST heat and surface treatment reduces friction and increases chip flow.
Available in a variety of bit and tap sizes, Walter SST drill bits are made with an exclusive M35 cobalt blend for enhanced performance and designed with a quick shank to ensure fast and secure tightening in hand-held tools.
Related Glossary Terms
Main body of a tool; the portion of a drill or similar end-held tool that fits into a collet, chuck or similar mounting device.
Cylindrical tool that cuts internal threads and has flutes to remove chips and carry tapping fluid to the point of cut. Normally used on a drill press or tapping machine but also may be operated manually. See tapping.