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What kind of drill bit is this? Can it be used to drill a hole in concrete?

EDIT: after the accepted answer provided me with some details I found out what it is. Details here, on page 5. And the answer is yes. It can be used on concrete.


Two tell tail signs point to a masonry bit. The shape of the cutting teeth and the fluets on the shaft. That is certainly a masonry bit. Look like a design typically used on an SDS plus bit. If so, that's another determining factor.

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  • It is and SDS+ drill bit (found out that's called after you mentioned it in your answer). After a few searches I even found out the catalog details for it. It's a hikoki hammer drill bit, code 752755. And it can be used for concrete – Pips Mar 25 '19 at 14:11
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    Pretty much all SDS bits are explicitly for concrete. Some are built to cut rebar or wood as well but to my knowledge they are all primarily masonry bits. – Joe Fala Mar 25 '19 at 15:07

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