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Pillar Drilling Machine

Pillar Drilling Machine

Capitalizing on our well-known vendors and their state-of-the-art production technique, we have established ourselves as an eminent supplier of MHP 1 13 MM Rack And Chuck Type Pillar Drilling Machine. This is hugely used by engineers and builders for concrete drilling and other hard materials. It is made in tandem with set norms and standards using quality-tested raw materials. As a result, our offered MHP 1 13 MM Rack and Chuck Type Pillar Drilling Machine is massively in demand.

Product details 

Column Diameter

46 MM

Motor-

0.5 HP (1440 rpm)

Spindle center to column

178 MM

Spindle diameter

46 mm

Spindle Nose

MT 2

V-belt size

5052

Working Surface of dish

200x200 mm

Working surface of table

240x360 mm

Piller Height

2.5 Feet

Country of Origin

Made in India

Net Weight

40 kg

Spindle Travel

64 MM

Drilling Capacity

13 MM

Model Name/Number

MHP 1

Brand

SAFFRON

 

Pillar Drill Machine

We are a certified company, engaged in supplying and trading a wide range of Pillar Drill Machine. These machines are manufactured using high quality raw material procured from reputed vendors of the market. These machines are highly acknowledged for their robust construction, high tensile strength and great performance. The machine base comes with ribs that ensure their rigidity and stability. Moreover, these Pillar Drill Machine are available in the market at affordable rates.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

1. A pillar drilling machine is what is it?

Ans - When single hole drilling is necessary, pillar drills, also known as drill press machines, are adaptable tools that may be utilised on a variety of materials. A hand lever lowers the head vertically so that it can dive into the material, and the table can be modified to accommodate different types of material.

2. What distinguishes a bench drill from a pillar drill?

Ans - As the name implies, a bench drill is mounted onto the bench and fastened into place with bolts to maintain its stability. In contrast, a pillar drill is frequently free-standing and taller, enabling it to be used on larger chunks of material and generate larger holes. 

3. What advantages do pillar drills offer?

Ans - Working with a pillar drill has a lot of stability and accuracy benefits. A "regular" drill requires you to drill straight by utilising your own carpenter's eye and steady hand. You can be certain that you will drill absolutely straight drill holes if you use a pillar drill. 

4. What are the pillar drill's major characteristics?

Ans - The equipment is rather straightforward and is built around a massive steel column, with the engine, drive belt system, and chuck mounted on one end. The horizontal table is sandwiched between the other end of the column and a sturdy cast iron base. 

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