If you need coal mining drill bits or other types of drill bits for mining, look no further than Border City Tools. For over 60 years, we have provided top-quality stump cutter replacement teeth, construction bits, and mining bits to professionals in the landscaping, construction, and mining industries. Border City Tools gives you the opportunity to purchase equipment directly from us, the original manufacturer, so you are guaranteed the most competitive prices on your carbide tools.
Mining professionals need tough, high-quality mining drill bits because these are boring tools that must penetrate rock and other hard materials. The types of mining bits manufactured and sold by Border City Tools are ideal for mining, tunneling, quarrying, well-drilling, and geographical exploration.
Here are a few of the most common mining bits.
Tri-Cone Bits: These mining drill bits feature three toothed cones, and the teeth on each cone push against each other to make it possible to drill through solid rock or earth. Driven by a weight-on-bit (WOB), a tri-cone bit is pulled by the rotary action of the bit head.
Button Bits: These conical bits may have head configurations that are convex, concave, or flat. They also feature polycrystalline diamond compact (PDC) inserts. Therefore, button bits are frequently referred to as PDC bits, and they are typically used in directional drilling operations.
Cross Bits: Often called chisel bits, these bits have fixed heads and hardened steel or carbide blades. They feature two or more of these blades that cross at the center of the bit, and the blades taper down toward the functional cutting surface.
Anchor Bits: These important mining bits are used to drill pilot holes to insert roof bolts, which support surrounding rocks and prevent cave-ins on worksites. Anchor bits are normally fixed-head winged bits and the offer fast cutting action for drilling holes that are half an inch thick or more.
For the very best in carbide tools, call Border City Tools at (586) 758-5574 or reach out to us through the contact form on our website.