When using concrete corers, it’s important to understand the proper steps you should be taking.
Start by measuring and marking your work area. You’ll need to drill holes into the surface so it’s crucial to have the correct measurements. This also includes drilling the holes themselves.
You want to make sure the hole you drill has a depth of 3 inches and a width of 16 millimeters. Make sure the hole is free of any dust or other residue. Once the hole is ready, you need to insert an M12 drop in anchor then hammer it in with force. You want to make sure the anchor opens at the bottom.
The next step is to set the base. When doing this, the anchor needs to be in the middle. Then you will insert drop in anchor rods through the opening in the base. Next you’ll need to tighten up using a 21 millimeter spanner. Then you will attach a water hose to the nozzle to make sure there is no leakage. The core bit then needs to be carefully attached to the motor. Once you begin coring, you want to make sure you start slow. You do not want to rush and forcefully go through the concrete surface. During this process you’ll want to pay close attention to the water and speed. When the core goes through the rebar, you’ll need to slow down and reduce the force.
If you are unsure of how to properly use concrete corers on your own, make sure you contact an expert to ensure good and safe results.