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Stitch Drilling

Stitch drilling overcomes the limitations caused by the maximum size of drill bits by overlapping (or ‘stitching’) core holes together to form a larger hole. This means we can create openings of unlimited size and shape, through any thickness of wall or floor.

Because of the flexibility that stitch drilling offers, it is also an ideal option where you have smaller openings, confined spaces or restricted access

KEY FEATURES:

  • Can tackle jobs where more than 1500mm diameter is required
  • Quick, efficient and non-vibratory
  • Non-destructive: a reduced risk of causing structural damage
  • Very little noise and no dust
  • Less debris produced so saves time and disposal costs
  • Lightweight, portable equipment
  • Ideal for controlled or clean environments
  • Can be remote controlled for extra safety

Do you have a stitch drilling job in mind?

Call us on 0800 33 74 55 to find out more.

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"I would just like to say that your operative that came to the University of Leeds yesterday to commence with the 4nr core holes was a pleasure to have. He was very professional/ persistent and completed the works in hand. Thanks again."


University of Leeds - Site Supervisor

"2 of your employees, Paul Green and Graham Crowley, completed the drilling project on the Pendine Long Test Track with us today. I’d like to let you know that they carried out their work professionally, effectively and safely. They have done an excellent job within the timeline of the contract and they were a pleasure to have on site."


MOD - Pendine Long Test Track

"Thank you for sorting the holes out for me, your guy was an absolute pleasure."


John Holcroft - Owner of San Giovanni restaurant

"D-Drill carried out the works here in a very safe and controlled manner for the whole time, the workmanship and care they took for the task of cutting down existing culverts and drilling out core holes was brilliant. The client commented several times on this also."


Trant Engineering Limited - Site Manager

"The lads that attended site for us at Kings Lynn were fantastic, both us at TEi and Centrica were impressed with their professionalism, and just how quickly they removed all four of the plinths"


TEI Ltd - Supervisor

 

Steamer Quay in Totnes

Flood defence improvement's at Steamer Quay in Totnes Bam Nuttall contacted D-Drill South Wales branch to undertake the removal of the old river defence wall at the edge of the River Dart in the Historic Borough of Totnes in Devon. We were asked to cut the 30m long wall into 2.5m x 1.2m x 300/700mm thick  sections for removal  in a controlled method. We used the stitch drilling method to minimise the amount of water we needed, due to working near the river. We used Weka DK32 drills to stitch drill a series of holes in the wall which was 1.2m high and 300 to 700mm thick and then drilled 2no 100mm diameter holes for the lifting of the 12 sections which was then removed by the site excavator.

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  • With over 55 years’ experience serving the construction industry, we are safe, accurate and reliable
  • A one-stop-shop for all your concrete scanning, drilling, sawing and demolition needs
  • Nationwide coverage with an extensive branch network using local in-house trained teams
  • Rapid response from our expert teams who take a professional, flexible approach to projects
  • We are constantly innovating, backed by pioneering ground-breaking research
  • We use the latest low-impact environmentally friendly equipment and strive to save time, money and the environment
  • Our work exceeds the Drilling & Sawing Association’s minimum standards
  • Supporting and investing in the construction industry, our MD serves on many national and internal boards
  • We invest heavily in training, particularly in apprentices; over 45% of our skilled workforce have been through our apprenticeship programme