Supertanium® II Jobber Length Drill Bit HSS 31/64" - P37553 | LawsonProducts.com

Supertanium® II Jobber Length Drill Bit HSS 31/64"

Supertanium® II - Jobber Length Drill Bit, High Speed Steel, Gold Finish, 135° Modified Split Point, 2-29/32" Flute Length, 31/64 x 5-7/8"  (Pack of 1)

Item#
P37553
Price :
Standard Pack :
1   ea.
Ship Weight :
.26
Brand :
Supertanium® II  
Catalog Page# :
11-15
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Description

• 135° modified split point for easy starts – eliminates center punching, pilot hole drilling and walking
• Specially designed deep flutes provide superior chip removal, reducing heat buildup and chip clogging for easier drilling and longer tool life
• Heavy-duty tapered web greatly reduces drill “chatter” and breaking, providing greater strength and rigidity
• Precision ground cutting edges extend drill bit life, stay sharper longer, and can be resharpened
• Manufactured from top-quality, high-speed steel for reduced breakage and chipping
• The reinforced point and cutting edges require less pressure to drill resulting in longer tool life, more holes drilled, and reduced cost
• Drill size equals the shank size
• Made in USA
• For tough and deep hole drilling applications
• Outstanding results on stainless steel, aluminum, cast iron, brass and other metals
• Can be used for hand and production drilling on large equipment
CAUTION: Any cutting tool may break or shatter under improper use. Government regulations require use of safety glasses and other appropriate safety equipment at all times in the vicinity of use.

Tech Specs

Item# :
P37553
Product Name :
Supertanium® II - Jobber Length Drill Bit HSS 31/64"
Drill Length :
Jobber
Drill Type :
Fractional
Type :
Heavy Duty
Material :
High Speed Steel
Finish :
Gold
Diameter :
31/64 "
Decimal Equivalent :
0.4844 "
Point :
135° Modified Split
Flute Length :
2-29/32 "
Flute Type :
Parabolic
Shank :
Straight
Flats :
None
Overall Length :
5-7/8 "
SAE Code :
TD9CSX 0.4844 H3760 / 02.91 - 05.88
UNSPSC #:
23241634
TAA Compliant:
Yes
 

Documents:

  • Engineering-Quick-Tip-1
  • Maximizing Drill Bit Performance