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DD 30-W

Original operating instructions

Information about the documentation

About this documentation

  • Read this documentation before initial operation or use. This is a prerequisite for safe, trouble-free handling and use of the product.
  • Observe the safety instructions and warnings in this documentation and on the product.
  • Always keep the operating instructions with the product and make sure that the operating instructions are with the product when it is given to other persons.

Explanation of symbols used

Warnings

Warnings alert persons to hazards that occur when handling or using the product. The following signal words are used:
DANGER
DANGER !
  • Draws attention to imminent danger that will lead to serious personal injury or fatality.
WARNING
WARNING !
  • Draws attention to a potential threat of danger that can lead to serious injury or fatality.
CAUTION
CAUTION !
  • Draws attention to a potentially dangerous situation that could lead to slight personal injury or damage to the equipment or other property.

Symbols in the documentation

The following symbols are used in this document:
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Symbols in the illustrations

The following symbols are used in illustrations:
Image alternative These numbers refer to the corresponding illustrations found at the beginning of these operating instructions
Image alternative The numbering reflects the sequence of operations shown in the illustrations and may deviate from the steps described in the text
Image alternative Item reference numbers are used in the overview illustrations and refer to the numbers used in the product overview section
Image alternative This symbol is intended to draw special attention to certain points when handling the product.

Product-dependent symbols

Symbols on the product

The following symbols are used on the product:
Image alternative Warning: hazardous electrical voltage
Image alternative Warning: hot surface
Image alternative Revolutions per minute
Image alternative Rated speed under no load
Image alternative Wear eye protection
Image alternative Wear a hard hat
Image alternative Wear ear protection
Image alternative Wear protective gloves
Image alternative Wear safety shoes.
Image alternative Lock symbol
Image alternative Service indicator
Image alternative Drilling performance indicator
Image alternative Wireless data transfer

Product information

Image alternative products are designed for professional users and only trained, authorized personnel are permitted to operate, service and maintain the products. This personnel must be specifically informed about the possible hazards. The product and its ancillary equipment can present hazards if used incorrectly by untrained personnel or if used not in accordance with the intended use.
The type designation and serial number are printed on the rating plate.
  • Write down the serial number in the table below. You will be required to state the product details when contacting Hilti Service or your local Hilti organization to inquire about the product.
    Product information
    Type:
    DD 30-W
    Generation:
    01
    Serial no.:

Declaration of conformity

We declare, on our sole responsibility, that the product described here complies with the applicable directives and standards. A copy of the declaration of conformity can be found at the end of this documentation.
The technical documentation is filed here:
Hilti Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbH | Tool Certification | Hiltistrasse 6 | 86916 Kaufering, Germany

Safety

General power tool safety warnings

Image alternative WARNING Read all safety warnings, instructions, illustrations and specifications provided with this power tool. Failure to follow all instructions listed below may result in electric shock, fire and/or serious injury.
Save all warnings and instructions for future reference.
The term "power tool" in the warnings refers to your mains-operated (corded) power tool or battery-operated (cordless) power tool.
Work area safety
  • Keep work area clean and well lit. Cluttered or dark areas invite accidents.
  • Do not operate power tools in explosive atmospheres, such as in the presence of flammable liquids, gases or dust. Power tools create sparks which may ignite the dust or fumes.
  • Keep children and bystanders away while operating a power tool. Distractions can cause you to lose control.
Electrical safety
  • Power tool plugs must match the outlet. Never modify the plug in any way. Do not use any adapter plugs with earthed (grounded) power tools. Unmodified plugs and matching outlets will reduce risk of electric shock.
  • Avoid body contact with earthed or grounded surfaces, such as pipes, radiators, ranges and refrigerators. There is an increased risk of electric shock if your body is earthed or grounded.
  • Do not expose power tools to rain or wet conditions. Water entering a power tool will increase the risk of electric shock.
  • Do not abuse the cord. Never use the cord for carrying, pulling or unplugging the power tool. Keep cord away from heat, oil, sharp edges or moving parts. Damaged or entangled cords increase the risk of electric shock.
  • When operating a power tool outdoors, use an extension cord suitable for outdoor use. Use of a cord suitable for outdoor use reduces the risk of electric shock.
  • If operating a power tool in a damp location is unavoidable, use a residual current device (RCD) protected supply. Use of an RCD reduces the risk of electric shock.
Personal safety
  • Stay alert, watch what you are doing and use common sense when operating a power tool. Do not use a power tool while you are tired or under the influence of drugs, alcohol or medication. A moment of inattention while operating power tools may result in serious personal injury.
  • Use personal protective equipment. Always wear eye protection. Protective equipment such as a dust mask, non-skid safety shoes, hard hat or hearing protection used for appropriate conditions will reduce personal injuries.
  • Prevent unintentional starting. Ensure the switch is in the off-position before connecting to power source and/or battery pack, picking up or carrying the tool. Carrying power tools with your finger on the switch or energising power tools that have the switch on invites accidents.
  • Remove any adjusting key or wrench before turning the power tool on. A wrench or a key left attached to a rotating part of the power tool may result in personal injury.
  • Do not overreach. Keep proper footing and balance at all times. This enables better control of the power tool in unexpected situations.
  • Dress properly. Do not wear loose clothing or jewellery. Keep your hair, clothing and gloves away from moving parts. Loose clothes, jewellery or long hair can be caught in moving parts.
  • If devices are provided for the connection of dust extraction and collection facilities, ensure these are connected and properly used. Use of dust collection can reduce dust-related hazards.
  • Do not let familiarity gained from frequent use of tools allow you to become complacent and ignore tool safety principles. A careless action can cause severe injury within a fraction of a second.
Power tool use and care
  • Do not force the power tool. Use the correct power tool for your application. The correct power tool will do the job better and safer at the rate for which it was designed.
  • Do not use the power tool if the switch does not turn it on and off. Any power tool that cannot be controlled with the switch is dangerous and must be repaired.
  • Disconnect the plug from the power source and/or remove the battery pack, if detachable, from the power tool before making any adjustments, changing accessories, or storing power tools. Such preventive safety measures reduce the risk of starting the power tool accidentally.
  • Store idle power tools out of the reach of children and do not allow persons unfamiliar with the power tool or these instructions to operate the power tool. Power tools are dangerous in the hands of untrained users.
  • Maintain power tools and accessories. Check for misalignment or binding of moving parts, breakage of parts and any other condition that may affect the power tool’s operation. If damaged, have the power tool repaired before use. Many accidents are caused by poorly maintained power tools.
  • Keep cutting tools sharp and clean. Properly maintained cutting tools with sharp cutting edges are less likely to bind and are easier to control.
  • Use the power tool, accessories and tool bits etc. in accordance with these instructions, taking into account the working conditions and the work to be performed. Use of the power tool for operations different from those intended could result in a hazardous situation.
  • Keep handles and grasping surfaces dry, clean and free from oil and grease. Slippery handles and grasping surfaces do not allow for safe handling and control of the tool in unexpected situations.
Service
  • Have your power tool serviced by a qualified repair person using only identical replacement parts. This will ensure that the safety of the power tool is maintained.

Diamond drill safety warnings

  • When performing drilling that requires the use of water, route the water away from the operator’s work area or use a liquid collection device. Such precautionary measures keep the operator’s work area dry and reduce the risk of electrical shock.
  • Operate power tool by insulated grasping surfaces, when performing an operation where the cutting accessory may contact hidden wiring or its own cord. Cutting accessory contacting a “live” wire may make exposed metal parts of the power tool “live” and could give the operator an electric shock.
  • Wear hearing protection when diamond drilling. Exposure to noise can cause hearing loss.
  • When the bit is jammed, stop applying downward pressure and turn off the tool. Investigate and take corrective actions to eliminate the cause of the bit jamming.
  • When restarting a diamond drill in the workpiece check that the bit rotates freely before starting. If the bit is jammed, it may not start, may overload the tool, or may cause the diamond drill to release from the workpiece.
  • When securing the drill stand with anchors and fasteners to the workpiece, ensure that the anchoring used is capable of holding and restraining the machine during use. If the workpiece is weak or porous, the anchor may pull out causing the drill stand to release from the workpiece.
  • When drilling through walls or ceilings, ensure to protect persons and the work area on the other side. The bit may extend through the hole or the core may fall out on the other side.
  • Do not use this tool for overhead drilling with water supply. Water entering the power tool will increase the risk of electric shock.

Additional safety instructions

Personal safety
  • During hand-held use, always hold the machine securely with both hands on the grips provided.
  • The machine and the diamond core bit are heavy. There is a risk of crushing parts of the body. Wear a hard hat, protective gloves and safety footwear.
  • Keep the grips dry, clean and free from oil and grease.
  • Improve the blood circulation in your fingers by relaxing your hands and exercising your fingers during breaks between working.
  • Avoid touching rotating parts. Switch the machine on only after bringing it into position at the workpiece. Touching rotating parts, especially rotating accessory tools, may lead to injury.
  • Always lead the supply cord, the extension cord and, if applicable, the suction hose away from the machine to the rear when working. This helps to avoid tripping over the cord or hose while working.
  • Do not allow drilling slurry to come into contact with the skin or eyes. Wear protective gloves and protective glasses.
  • Children are not permitted to play with the machine and must be instructed accordingly.
  • The machine is not intended for use by debilitated persons who have received no special training. Keep the machine out of reach of children.
  • The accessory tool may become hot during use or during sharpening. There is a risk of burning or cutting injuries. Wear protective gloves when touching or handling the accessory tool.
  • When the machine is mounted on the drill stand, lay it down safely on the floor or ground during breaks between use.
  • Never tamper with or modify the machine in any way.
Protection from dustDust from material such as paint containing lead, some wood species, minerals and metal may be harmful. Contact with or inhalation of the dust may cause allergic reactions and/or respiratory diseases to the operator or bystanders. Certain kinds of dust are classified as carcinogenic such as oak and beech dust especially in conjunction with additives for wood conditioning (chromate, wood preservative). Material containing asbestos may be worked on only by specialists.
  • Use a dust removal system that is as effective as possible. To achieve a high level of dust collection, use a suitable vacuum cleaner of the type recommended by Hilti for wood dust and/or mineral dust and which is designed for use with this machine. Ensure that the workplace is well ventilated. The use of a dust mask of filter class P2 is recommended. Follow national requirements for the materials you want to work with.
Careful handling and use of electric tools and machines
  • Secure the workpiece. Use clamps or a vice to secure the workpiece. The workpiece is thus held more securely than by hand and both hands remain free to operate the machine.
  • Ensure that the accessory tools used have a mounting system that is compatible with the drilling machine and that they are secured in the chuck correctly.
  • Switch the machine off and unplug the supply cord in the event of an interruption in the electric supply in order to avoid inadvertent restarting when the power returns.
  • Operate the machine only when the cooling air slots are unobstructed.
Electrical safety
  • Before beginning the work, check the working area for concealed electrical cables, gas and water pipes, e.g. using a metal detector. External metal parts of the machine may become live, for example, when an electric cable is damaged accidentally. This presents a serious risk of electric shock.
  • Never operate the machine without the accompanying PRCD (machines without PRCD: Never operate the machine without an isolating transformer). Test the PRCD each time before use.
  • Check the machine’s supply cord at regular intervals and have it replaced by a qualified specialist if found to be damaged. If the machine’s supply cord is damaged it must be replaced with a specially-prepared and approved supply cord available from Hilti Customer Service. Check extension cords at regular intervals and replace them if found to be damaged. Do not touch the supply cord or extension cord if it is damaged while working. Disconnect the supply cord plug from the power outlet. Damaged supply cords or extension cords present a risk of electric shock.
  • Avoid body contact with earthed or grounded surfaces such as pipes, radiators, cookers, stoves and refrigerators. There is an increased risk of electric shock if your body is grounded.
  • Do not use a plug adapter.
Workplace
  • Ensure that the workplace is well ventilated. Exposure to dust at a poorly ventilated workplace may result in damage to the health.
  • Do not drill into hazardous materials (e.g. asbestos).
  • Approval must be obtained from the site engineer or architect prior to beginning drilling work. Drilling work on buildings and other structures may influence the static equilibrium of the structure, especially when steel reinforcing bars or load-bearing components are cut through.
  • It is recommended that rubber gloves and non-skid shoes are worn when working outdoors.
  • Suitable protective glasses, a hard hat, ear protection, protective gloves and safety footwear must be worn while the machine is in use. Other persons in the vicinity must also wear personal protective equipment.

Description

Overview of the product

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  1. Chuck
  2. Side handle DD-SH-30
  3. Chuck locking lever
  4. Water flow rate indicator
  5. Water regulating lever
  6. Switch lockbutton for operation on drill stand
  7. Circular bubble level for vertical drilling
  8. On/off switch
  9. Grip
  10. Tubular bubble level for horizontal drilling
  11. Supply cord with PRCD
  12. Water connection
  13. Carbon brush cover
  14. Suction hose holder
  15. Depth gauge for hand-guided drilling
  16. Service indicator
  17. Drilling performance indicator

Ground fault circuit interrupter (PRCD)

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  1. PRCD in the supply cord
  2. LED on the PRCD
  3. Reset button on the PRCD
  4. TEST button on the PRCD

Water collection system

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  1. Slider for longitudinal adjustment of the water collector holder
  2. Water collector holder release catch
  3. Water collector holder

Accessories

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  1. Centering ring
  2. Water collector
  3. Water collector hose
  4. Spray guard

DD-ST 30 drill stand accessories

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  1. End stop screw
  2. Column
  3. Clamping piece
  4. Locking screw
  5. Retaining pin
  6. Hand wheel
  7. Carriage
  8. Carriage lock
  9. Grip
  10. Clamping lever
  11. Vacuum hose connector
  12. Pressure gauge
  13. Vacuum seal
  14. Adapter plate
  15. Vacuum base plate
  16. Leveling screws
  17. Vacuum release valve

Intended use

The product described is an electrically powered diamond core drilling system. It is designed to be used hand-held or mounted on a drill stand, for wet drilling in concrete and other mineral materials. The drill stand can be fastened to the working surface by a suitable anchor (accessory) or by the vacuum base plate (accessory).

  • Connect the machine only to an electric supply providing the voltage and frequency specified on the type identification / rating plate.
  • Depending on the application and drilling direction (see following table), the diamond core drilling machine’s water collection system must be connected to an all-purpose vacuum cleaner of a type recommended by Hilti and the necessary additional equipment selected accordingly.
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The water collection system and the correct combination of core bit and sealing ring, with the correct length setting, must be fitted and used for all drilling applications.

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Drilling in an upwards direction is permissible only when the water collection system and additional spray guard are used.

Drilling in an upwards direction using the drill stand is not permissible as the spray guard cannot be fitted when the machine is mounted on the drill stand.

Inadmissible misuse

  • This product is not suitable for working on hazardous materials.
  • Drilling into materials that produce electrically conductive dust (e.g. magnesium) is not permissible.
  • Dry drilling is not permissible.

Application-specific equipment

Equipment required for various applications / drilling directions
Application
Drilling direction
Equipment
Hand-held use
Horizontal and in a downwards direction
With/without vacuum cleaner, without spray guard
Hand-held use
In an upwards direction
With vacuum cleaner and spray guard
Mounted on a drill stand, fastened with the vacuum base plate
Downwards
With/without vacuum cleaner, without spray guard
Mounted on the drill stand, fastened with the vacuum base plate
Horizontal
With/without vacuum cleaner, without spray guard and with the drill stand secured additionally
Mounted on the drill stand, fastened with an anchor
Downwards and horizontal
With/without vacuum cleaner, without spray guard

Service indicator

LED display / operating status
Service status
Lights red / the machine runs.
The carbon brushes are badly worn. When the indicator lights for the first time the machine may continue to be used for several hours until it switches itself off automatically. Have the carbon brushes changed in good time so that the machine is always ready for use.
Lights red / the machine doesn’t run.
Have the carbon brushes replaced.
Blinks red
Temporary fault, see “Troubleshooting”

Drilling performance indicator

LED display
Contact pressure
Orange
Too low
Green
Optimal
Red
Too high

Speed settings

The machine has two speeds: low speed for starting holes and high speed for normal drilling.
When the control switch is pressed only half way, only the low-speed hole-starting mode is active. The water flow rate should also be set while the machine is running at this speed. Maximum drilling speed for the selected speed setting will be reached when the control switch is pressed in all the way.

Items supplied

machine with side handle, chuck and operating instructions
You can find other system products approved for use with your product at your local Hilti Center or online at: www.hilti.group .

Accessory tools

Designation
Designation
Diamond core bit
DD‑C
Core breaking tool
DD‑CB

Accessories

Designation
Designation
Drill stand
DD‑ST 30
Core bits
DD-C, 8 ‒ 35 mm diameter
Accessory set for fastening the drill stand with an anchor
DD M12 S
Depth gauge for the drill stand
DD-ST 30-ES
Spray guard
DD-30-W-CV

Technical data

Diamond coring machine

For details of the rated voltage, current, frequency and input power, please refer to the machine’s country-specific type identification plate.
When powered by a generator or transformer, the generator or transformer’s power output must be at least twice the rated input power shown on the rating plate of the machine. The operating voltage of the transformer or generator must always be within +5% and -15% of the rated voltage of the machine.
Switching other power tools, machines or appliances on and off may cause undervoltage and / or overvoltage peaks, resulting in damage to the machine or appliance. Never operate other power tools, machines or appliances from the generator or transformer at the same time.
Weight in accordance with EPTA procedure 01
7.6 kg
Dimensions (L x W x H)
441 mm x 191 mm x 120 mm
Core bit diameter
8 mm … 35 mm
Protection class
I
Rated speed under no load
9,200 /min

Rated voltage

The machine is available in various voltage ratings. Please refer to the machine’s type identification plate for details of its rated voltage and rated input power.
Rated voltage
Rated voltage
100 V
110 V
220 V
220‑240 V
Mains frequency [Hz]
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
Rated power [W]
1450
1400
1400
1450

Noise and vibration values

The vibration emission level given in this information sheet has been measured in accordance with a standardized test given in EN 60745 and may be used to compare one electric machine with another. It may be used for a preliminary assessment of exposure.
The declared vibration level represents the main applications of the machine. However, if the machine is used for different applications, with different accessory tools or is poorly maintained, the vibration level may vary. This may significantly increase the exposure to vibration over the total working period.
An accurate estimation of exposure to vibration should also take into account the times when the machine is switched off, or when it is running but not actually being used for a job. This may significantly reduce the exposure to vibration over the total working period.
Identify additional safety measures to protect the operator from the effects of vibration such as: maintain the machine and accessory tools, keep the hands warm, organization of work patterns.
Noise emission values in accordance with EN 60745-2-1
Emission sound pressure level LpA
87 dB(A)
Uncertainty for the sound pressure level KpA
3 dB(A)
Sound power level LWA
98 dB(A)
Uncertainty for the sound power level KWA
3 dB(A)
Total vibration in accordance with EN 60745-2-1
Vibration emission value for hand-guided drilling (with DD-C-18/150 T4 core bit) in concrete ah, DD
6.0 m/s²
Uncertainty for hand-guided drilling in concrete K
1.5 m/s²
Vibration emission value for hand-guided drilling (with DD-C-24/300 T4 core bit) in concrete ah, DD
8.0 m/s²
Uncertainty for hand-guided drilling in concrete K
1.5 m/s²
Total vibration in accordance with EN 62841-3-6
Vibration emission value for drilling with the machine on the drill stand (with DD-C-18/150 T4 core bit) in concrete ah, DD
5.0 m/s²
Uncertainty for drilling in concrete using the drill stand K
1.5 m/s²
Vibration emission value for drilling with the machine on the drill stand (with DD-C-24/300 T4 core bit) in concrete ah, DD
6.5 m/s²
Uncertainty for drilling in concrete using the drill stand K
1.5 m/s²

Preparations at the workplace

Before you begin

  • The machine should remain disconnected from the electric supply while it is being set up or prepared for use.
  • WARNING
    Drilling presents a possible risk of structural damage to the building. Drilling work on buildings and other structures may influence the statics of the structure, especially when steel reinforcing bars or load-bearing components are cut through.
  • Approval must be obtained from the site engineer or architect prior to beginning drilling work.
  • WARNING
    Danger of electric shock! Drilling inadvertently into electric cables or gas and water pipes presents a risk of accident. Exterior metal parts of the drilling system may become live if an electric cable is contacted while drilling.
  • Use a metal detector, for example, to check for electric cables or gas and water pipes in the working area before beginning drilling.
  • Obtain permission from the structural engineer responsible before drilling through reinforcing bars.
  • Check that the electric supply voltage complies with the details given on the type identification plate.
  • Disconnect the supply cord plug from the power outlet before relocating the machine, e.g. before moving the machine to the next drilling position.
  • Always position the supply cord and hoses so that they do not come into contact with rotating parts of the equipment.
  • Do not lift the diamond core drilling machine and/or the drill stand by crane.
  • Before using a vacuum pump, make yourself familiar with the content of the operating instructions and observe the directions given.
  • Make sure that the pointer on the pressure gauge remains within the green area while drilling is taking place.
  • Check that the rim (cutting edge) of the core bit has a height of at least 2 mm. If this is not the case, replace the core bit as it may otherwise get stuck in the hole drilled.
  • To avoid injury, use only genuine Hilti DD-C core bits and DD 30-W accessories.

Preparing the drilling machine for hand-held use

Positioning the side handle

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  1. Unplug the supply cord from the power outlet.
  2. Release the side handle clamping band by turning the handle counterclockwise.
  3. Secure the side handle in the desired position.
    A depth gauge can be fitted together with the side handle ().
  4. Fasten the side handle securely by turning the grip until tight.

Fitting the depth gauge

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  1. Unplug the supply cord from the power outlet.
  2. Release the side handle clamping band by turning the handle counterclockwise.
  3. Slide the depth gauge from the front into the opening provided in the side handle.
  4. Set the depth gauge to the desired depth.
  5. Secure the depth gauge by turning the grip of the side handle until tight.

Fitting the spray guard

WARNING
Risk of electric shock! If the machine is used for hand-guided drilling in an upwards direction without the necessary safety precautions, water may enter the machine and present a risk of electric shock.
  • When carrying out hand-guided drilling in an upwards direction, always use a water collection system with a wet/dry industrial vacuum cleaner and the spray guard.
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  1. Disconnect the supply cord plug from the power outlet.
  2. Slide the spray guard over the chuck from the front and push it onto the gear housing on the drilling machine.

Fitting the water collector holder

Drilling is permissible only under the following conditions:
The supplied water collector holder is fitted and adjusted to match the length of the core bit used.
A core bit sealing ring that matches the diameter of the core bit must be fitted in the water collector holder.
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  1. Unplug the supply cord from the power outlet.
  2. Push the water collector holder into the opening provided at the front of the machine until it engages with a click.
  3. Use the slider to set the correct length range for the core bit used. Set the slider to the 150 position for core bits with a length of up to 150 mm and set it to 300 for core bits with a length of 300 mm or 600 mm.

Fitting or replacing the sealing ring

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WARNING
Danger of electric shock! Use of the wrong sealing ring when drilling overhead may cause water to find its way into the interior of the diamond core drilling machine.
  • Always use a sealing ring of the same diameter as the core bit.
  1. Disconnect the supply cord plug from the power outlet.
  2. Fit the sealing ring into the groove in the water collector and push the sealing ring down until it is heard to engage.
  3. To remove the sealing ring, turn it counterclockwise and pull it up out of the water collector.

Fitting the core bit

WARNING
Risk of injury caused by flying fragments or debris. Use of cracked, broken or badly worn core bits may result in flying fragments (parts of the workpiece or broken core bit) presenting a risk of injury to the operator or bystanders, even outside the working area.
  • Check the core bit for cracks, breakage, heavy wear or other damage each time before use and replace the core bit if necessary.
Diamond core bits must be replaced when the cutting performance and/or rate of drilling progress drops significantly. This generally is the case when the segments reach a height of less than 2 mm.
Spraying the chuck with Hilti lubricant spray at regular intervals makes it easier to fit the core bit.
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  1. Unplug the supply cord from the power outlet.
  2. Open the chuck by pulling the chuck locking lever upwards as far as it will go.
    Check that the core bit connection end and the chuck are clean and undamaged.
  3. Tip the water collector about its mounting axis as far as it will go.
  4. Guide the cutting edge of the core bit into the sealing ring in the water collector from above.
  5. Align the connection end of the core bit with the corresponding openings and insert it into the chuck.
  6. Turn the core bit as far as it will go while applying light pressure.
  7. Secure the core bit by closing the chuck locking lever.

Connecting the vacuum removal system

  1. Make sure that the suction hose from the all-purpose vacuum cleaner is securely connected to the core drilling machine’s water collection hose. Use a hose adapter for this purpose.
  2. Connect the all-purpose vacuum cleaner suction hose to the vacuum cleaner.
  3. When drilling overhead, use the retaining clip on the side handle to secure the water collection hose.

Preparing to drill using the drill stand

WARNING
Risk of injury! The drill stand can rotate or topple if not securely fastened.
  • Before using the diamond core drilling machine, secure the drill stand to the work surface with anchors or with a vacuum base plate.
  • Use only anchors suitable for the base material and comply with the anchor manufacturer's instructions.
  • Use a vacuum base plate only when the work surface is suitable for securing the drill stand by the vacuum method.
The drill stand and the machine can be fastened either using the vacuum base plate or the DD M12 S accessory set, i.e. using an HKD-D M12x50 anchor, the DD-LR-CLS clamping spindle and the DD-LR-CLN nut.
WARNING
Water running out presents a risk of electric shock! The spray guard cannot be used when the machine is mounted on the drill stand. The machine is therefore not protected against entry of water when mounted on the drill stand.
  • Never drill in an upwards direction with the machine mounted on the drill stand!
The side handle and spray guard (if fitted) must be removed before using the machine on the drill stand.

Fitting the water collector holder

Drilling is permissible only under the following conditions:
The supplied water collector holder is fitted and adjusted to match the length of the core bit used.
A core bit sealing ring that matches the diameter of the core bit must be fitted in the water collector holder.
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  1. Unplug the supply cord from the power outlet.
  2. Push the water collector holder into the opening provided at the front of the machine until it engages with a click.
  3. Use the slider to set the correct length range for the core bit used. Set the slider to the 150 position for core bits with a length of up to 150 mm and set it to 300 for core bits with a length of 300 mm or 600 mm.

Fastening the machine and drill stand with the vacuum base plate

WARNING
Risk of injury Hazard presented by a falling diamond core drilling machine.
  • When drilling horizontally, the drill stand must be secured additionally by a chain.

Positioning the vacuum base plate

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  1. Mark the center of the hole to be drilled with a cross. The lines of the cross should be longer than the diameter of the water collector.
    The water collector has four protruding marks that can be aligned with the cross.
  2. Turn the 4 leveling screws on the vacuum base plate until they project approx. 5 mm below the underside of the vacuum base plate.
  3. Position the vacuum base plate at a distance of 21 cm from the hole center.
  4. Connect the vacuum connector on the vacuum base plate to the vacuum pump.
  5. Switch on the vacuum pump.
  6. Keep the vacuum release valve pressed in while correcting the position of the vacuum base plate.

Fastening the drill stand on the vacuum base plate

  1. Switch on the vacuum pump.
  2. Use the clamping spindle to fasten the drill stand on the vacuum base plate.
  3. Level the drill stand by turning the two leveling screws.

Mounting the machine on the drill stand

If vacuum fastening is used, check to ensure that the drill stand is securely fastened to the working surface before mounting the machine on the drill stand.
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  1. Unplug the supply cord from the power outlet.
  2. Lock the carriage on the drill stand at the maximum distance from the working surface.
    The carriage must be locked in the uppermost position. The machine with the water collector holder can then be mounted on the drill stand without the water collector coming into contact with the working surface.
  3. Open the clamping piece by turning the locking bolt.
  4. Fit the drilling machine onto the carriage.
  5. Close the clamping piece by turning the locking bolt.
  6. Make sure that the drilling machine is correctly fastened to the drill stand.

Fastening the machine and drill stand with an anchor

Fastening the drill stand with an anchor requires use of the DD M12 S accessory set which, among other items, includes the DD-LR-CLS anchor spindle and the DD-LR-CLN nut.
  1. Mark the center of the hole to be drilled with a cross. The lines of the cross should be longer than the diameter of the water collector.
    The water collector has four protruding marks that can be aligned with the cross.
  2. Set the Hilti HKD-D M12x50 anchor for fastening the drill stand adapter plate at a distance of 12 cm from the hole center mark.
    When setting the anchor, observe the instructions for use enclosed with the anchor.
  3. Mount the machine on the drill stand.
  4. Turn back the two leveling screws until they no longer project.
  5. Place the drill stand, with the machine mounted on it, over the clamping spindle and then secure the drill stand temporarily by screwing on the clamping nut (DD M12 S accessory set).
  6. Level the drill stand by turning the two leveling screws.

Fitting the hand wheel

The hand wheel can be fitted on either side of the drill stand.
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  1. Fit the hand wheel onto the axle.
  2. Flip the ring on the retaining pin into the open position and insert the pin in the hole.
  3. Close the ring on the retaining pin.

Fit or exchange the sealing ring.

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  1. Disconnect the supply cord plug from the power outlet.
  2. Fit the sealing ring into the groove in the water collector and push the sealing ring down until it is heard to engage.
  3. To remove the sealing ring, turn it counterclockwise and pull it up out of the water collector.

Fitting the core bit

WARNING
Risk of injury caused by flying fragments or debris. Use of cracked, broken or badly worn core bits may result in flying fragments (parts of the workpiece or broken core bit) presenting a risk of injury to the operator or bystanders, even outside the working area.
  • Check the core bit for cracks, breakage, heavy wear or other damage each time before use and replace the core bit if necessary.
Diamond core bits must be replaced when the cutting performance and/or rate of drilling progress drops significantly. This generally is the case when the segments reach a height of less than 2 mm.
Spraying the chuck with Hilti lubricant spray at regular intervals makes it easier to fit the core bit.
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  1. Unplug the supply cord from the power outlet.
  2. Open the chuck by pulling the chuck locking lever upwards as far as it will go.
    Check that the core bit connection end and the chuck are clean and undamaged.
  3. Tip the water collector about its mounting axis as far as it will go.
  4. Guide the cutting edge of the core bit into the sealing ring in the water collector from above.
  5. Align the connection end of the core bit with the corresponding openings and insert it into the chuck.
  6. Turn the core bit as far as it will go while applying light pressure.
  7. Secure the core bit by closing the chuck locking lever.

Connecting the vacuum removal system

  1. Make sure that the suction hose from the all-purpose vacuum cleaner is securely connected to the core drilling machine’s water collection hose. Use a hose adapter for this purpose.
  2. Connect the all-purpose vacuum cleaner suction hose to the vacuum cleaner.
  3. When drilling overhead, use the retaining clip on the side handle to secure the water collection hose.

Aligning the drilling system with the hole center

Positioning the drilling system with the vacuum base plate

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  1. Check to ensure that the drilling system holds securely (the pointer on the pressure gauge must be in the green area).
  2. To position the drilling system exactly at the hole center, press the vacuum release valve and then adjust of the position of the drill stand.
  3. Once the drilling system has been positioned correctly, release the vacuum release valve and press the drilling system against the working surface.
  4. Level the vacuum base plate by turning the 4 leveling screws.

Positioning the drilling system when fastened with an anchor

  1. In order to position the drilling system exactly at the hole center, carefully slacken the clamping spindle until the drill stand is free to move and then correct its position.
  2. Level the drill stand adapter plate by turning the 2 leveling screws.
  3. Tighten the clamping spindle securely when the drilling system is correctly positioned.

Connecting the electric supply cord and water supply hose

WARNING
Water running out presents a risk of electric shock! A damaged or incorrectly fitted O-ring at the water connection on the machine, excessively high water pressure, faulty hose connections and leaks in the water supply system may result in leakage of water and a risk of electric shock.
  • Regularly check the machine, water connections, hoses and hose connectors for damage and make sure that the maximum permissible water supply pressure of 6 bar is not exceeded.
To avoid damage to the components, use only fresh water containing no dirt particles.
The maximum permissible water temperature is 40°C (104°F).
With the version for Great Britain, an isolating transformer is used instead of the PRCD.
  1. Connect the water supply hose to the water connection on the drilling machine with the appropriate connector.
  2. Check that the water supply hose is securely attached to the water connection on the drilling machine.
  3. Open the water supply control valve and check that there is no leakage at the water connection on the drilling machine.
  4. Plug the machine’s supply cord into an earthed/grounded power outlet.
  5. Press the I or Reset button on the ground fault circuit interrupter (PRCD).
    • The LED on the ground fault circuit interrupter (PRCD) must light.
  6. Press the 0 or TEST button on the ground fault circuit interrupter (PRCD).
    The LED on the ground fault circuit interrupter (PRCD) must go out.
WARNING
Risk of injury due to electric shock! Do not continue operating the diamond core drilling machine if the indicator on the ground fault circuit interrupter does not go out when the 0 or the TEST button is pressed.
  • Have your diamond core drilling machine repaired by Hilti Service.
  1. After the test, switch the ground fault circuit interrupter (PRCD) back on by pressing the 0 or TEST button.

Drilling

WARNING
Risk of accident! Accidents with serious consequences may result if rotating parts come into contact with water hoses or electric cables.
  • Always make sure that rotating parts of the equipment do not come into contact with water hoses or electric cables.
WARNING
Risk of injury when the accessory tool stalls. In accordance with the applications for which it is designed, the machine produces a high torque. If the accessory tool suddenly stalls, the machine may suddenly move with great force.
  • Always use the side handle and hold the machine with both hands. Always be prepared for sudden stalling of the accessory tool.
WARNING
Risk of accident! When drilling penetrations through walls or floors/ceilings, the core or fragments of material may drop out and fall down on the other side.
  • Take the necessary safety precautions on the other side of the wall or below the floor/ceiling before drilling penetrations.
WARNING
Risk of injury due to flying fragments! Drilling may cause hazardous flying fragments. Flying fragments present a risk of injury to the body and eyes.
  • Wear eye protection, protective clothing and a hard hat.
WARNING
Risk of injury. The machine and the drilling operation generate noise. Exposure to noise can lead to hearing loss.
  • Wear ear protectors.

Hand-guided drilling

WARNING
Risk of electric shock! If the machine is used for hand-guided drilling in an upwards direction without the necessary safety precautions, water may enter the machine and present a risk of electric shock.
  • When carrying out hand-guided drilling in an upwards direction, always use a water collection system with a wet/dry industrial vacuum cleaner and the spray guard.
WARNING
Danger of electric shock! Use of the wrong sealing ring when drilling overhead may cause water to find its way into the interior of the diamond core drilling machine.
  • Always use a sealing ring of the same diameter as the core bit.
  1. Plug the drilling machine’s supply cord into a power outlet or, if using a vacuum cleaner, into the power outlet on the all-purpose vacuum cleaner (if the vacuum cleaner is equipped with a power outlet).
  2. If using a vacuum cleaner, plug the vacuum cleaner supply cord into the electric supply socket and set the switch on the vacuum cleaner to the AUTO or ON position (i.e. the I position).
  3. Switch on the ground fault circuit interrupter (PRCD) (see ).
    In AUTO mode, the vacuum cleaner starts automatically with a delay after switching on the drilling machine. When in AUTO mode the vacuum cleaner continues to run for a short time after the drilling machine is switched off, before switching itself off automatically. When set to ON or I , the vacuum cleaner requires to be switched on and off manually.
  4. Mark the center of the hole to be drilled with a cross. The lines of the cross should be longer than the diameter of the water collector.
    The water collector has four protruding marks that can be aligned with the cross.
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  1. Press the drilling machine’s control switch and hold it in this position. Set the water regulation lever to the desired water flow rate and then release the control switch.
    The water supply (water on/off) is controlled automatically by the drilling machine’s control switch. The water flow rate can be preset by turning the water regulating lever before starting drilling or regulated while drilling is in progress (minimum water flow rate when the regulating lever is in the “closed” position is approx. 0.3 l/min).
  2. Position the water collector carefully at the position where the hole is to be drilled, without bringing the core bit into contact with the working surface.
  3. Bring the four marks on the water collector into alignment with the lines marking the center of the hole to be drilled.
  4. Check that the core bit is not in contact with the working surface and then press the control switch half way (this activates hole-starting speed).
  5. If you are drilling upwards, wait until the core bit has filled with water.
    • This will help to ensure that the core bit is cooled and avoid damage cause by dry drilling.
  6. Press the core bit gently against the working surface.
    • After switching on (pressing the control switch half way), the drilling machine runs at the slower hole-starting speed in order to reduce the tendency of the core bit to “wander” when starting the hole.
  7. Press the control switch fully as soon as the core bit begins to bite and drill smoothly.
    • The core bit can rotate at maximum speed as soon as the control switched is pressed fully.
    Adjust the pressure applied so that the drilling machine continues to run at full speed. Optimum drilling performance will then be achieved (the drilling performance indicator lights green). Application of higher pressure will not increase the rate of drilling progress (the drilling performance indicator lights red).
    Guide the core bit carefully, keeping it straight in the hole. Tilting the core bit in the hole may result in reduced drilling performance.
    Always take care to ensure that the water flow rate is set correctly. Check the water flow by keeping an eye on the flow rate indicator.

Drilling using the drill stand

WARNING
Water running out presents a risk of electric shock! The spray guard cannot be used when the machine is mounted on the drill stand. The machine is therefore not protected against entry of water when mounted on the drill stand.
  • Never drill in an upwards direction with the machine mounted on the drill stand!
WARNING
Risk of accident! When drilling penetrations through walls or floors/ceilings, the core or fragments of material may drop out and fall down on the other side.
  • Take the necessary safety precautions on the other side of the wall or below the floor/ceiling before drilling penetrations.
WARNING
Risk of injury Hazard presented by a falling diamond core drilling machine.
  • When drilling horizontally, the drill stand must be secured additionally by a chain.
  1. If you are using a wet/dry industrial vacuum cleaner, connect the suction system () and follow steps 1 to 3 in the section on hand-guided drilling ().
  2. Plug the supply cord into the power outlet and switch on the ground fault circuit interrupter (PRCD) (see section on connecting electric power and water ).
  3. Release the carriage locking mechanism.
  4. Use the hand wheel to move the carriage down until the water collector is in contact with the working surface.
  5. Press the machine’s control switch and hold it in this position. Set the water regulation lever to the desired water flow rate and then release the control switch.
    The water supply (water on/off) is controlled automatically by the machine’s control switch. The water flow rate can be preset by turning the water regulating lever before starting drilling or regulated while drilling is in progress (minimum water flow rate when the regulating lever is in the “closed” position is approx. 0.3 l/min).
  6. Switch the machine on in sustained operating mode by pressing the control switch fully and then pressing the switch lockbutton.
  7. Turn the hand wheel until the diamond core bit is in contact with the working surface.
  8. When beginning drilling, apply only light pressure until the core bit has centered itself and then increase the pressure.
  9. Increase the pressure against the working surface as soon as you feel that the core bit has centered itself and is rotating smoothly.
  10. Regulate the contact pressure while observing the drilling performance indicator.
    Adjust the pressure applied so that the machine continues to run at full speed. Optimum drilling performance will then be achieved (the drilling performance indicator lights green). Higher contact pressure will not increase the drilling performance (the drilling performance indicator lights red).
    Keep an eye on the water flow rate while drilling is in progress. Check the water flow rate indicator.

Drilling with a 600 mm core bit

  1. Start the hole by predrilling with a 300 mm core bit.
WARNING
Risk of injury. Drilling with the 600 mm core bit without predrilling may cause loss of control of the machine resulting in damage and injury.
  • Always predrill (use a shorter core bit to start the hole). Before continuing drilling, ensure that the 600 mm core bit is inserted all the way to the base of the predrilled starting hole.
  1. After changing the core bit, keep the machine switched off and guide the 600 mm core bit into the predrilled hole, all the way to the base of the hole.
  2. Continue drilling.

Switching the machine off

  1. Switch the machine off when the desired drilling depth is reached or when the through-hole has been completed. If you are using the switch lock, release the lock by pressing the on/off switch.
WARNING
Risk of injury! The core, or pieces of it, may be hurled out if the water collector is lifted away from the working surface while the core bit is still rotating. This presents a risk of injury.
  • Lift the water collector away from the working surface only after the core bit has stopped rotating.
  1. Withdraw the core bit from the hole as the machine slows down, but before it stops.
    • The water supply (water on/off) is controlled automatically by the machine’s on/off switch.

Removing and emptying the core bit

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  1. Unplug the supply cord from the power outlet.
CAUTION
Risk of injury when changing the tool! The tool becomes hot as a result of use. It may have sharp edges.
  • Always wear protective gloves when changing the tool.
WARNING
Risk of injury. The drilled-out core, or parts of it, may fall out of the core bit.
  • Take care to ensure that the core doesn't fall out of the core bit inadvertently. Remove all parts of the core from the core bit.
  1. Open the chuck. To do this, pull the chuck locking lever up as far as it will go.
    Hold the machine with the tip of the core bit pointing slightly downwards so that the water remaining in the core bit can flow out.
  2. Rotate the core bit as far as it will go.
  3. Pull the core bit out of the chuck.
  4. Tilt the core bit slightly away from the imaginary extension of the chuck axis.
  5. Pull the core bit out of the water collector.
  6. Hold the core bit securely and shake it until the core falls out through the connection end towards the rear. If parts of the core remain stuck in the core bit, tap the end of core bit vertically downwards against a soft object (wood or plastic) or use a thin rod (e.g. the depth gauge) to push out the core.
  7. Close the chuck locking lever.

Removing the core from the hole

  1. While rotating it slightly, push the core breaking tool into the hole as far as it will go.
    Check that the diameter of the core breaking tool (optional accessory) matches the diameter of the core bit used.
  2. Break the core by applying slight lateral pressure to the core breaking tool.
  3. Pull the broken core out of the hole with the core breaking tool.
  4. Use a rule to measure the hole depth actually reached.

Disposal of drilling slurry

  1. Collect the drilling slurry (e.g. using a wet/dry industrial vacuum cleaner).
  2. Allow the drilling slurry to settle and dispose of the solid material at a construction waste disposal site.
    The addition of a flocculent may accelerate the separation process.
  3. The remaining drilling water (alkaline, pH value > 7) must be neutralized by the addition of an acidic neutralizing agent or diluted with a large volume of water before it is allowed to flow into the sewerage system.

Care and maintenance

WARNING
Electric shock hazard! Attempting care and maintenance with the supply cord connected to a power outlet can lead to severe injury and burns.
  • Always unplug the supply cord before carrying out care and maintenance tasks.
Care
  • Carefully remove any dirt that may be adhering to surfaces.
  • Clean the cooling air slots carefully with a dry brush.
  • Use only a slightly damp cloth to clean the casing. Do not use cleaning agents containing silicone as these may attack the plastic parts.
Care of accessory tools (e.g. core bits) and metal parts
  • Remove any dirt that may be adhering to the item.
  • Protect the surfaces of accessory tools and the chuck from corrosion by rubbing these items with an oily cloth from time to time.
  • Always keep the connection end clean and lightly oiled.
Maintenance
WARNING
Danger of electric shock! Improper repairs to electrical components may lead to serious injuries including burns.
  • Repairs to the electrical section of the tool or appliance may be carried out only by trained electrical specialists.
  • Check all visible parts and controls for signs of damage at regular intervals and make sure that they all function correctly.
  • Do not operate the machine if damaged or if its parts malfunction. Have the machine repaired by Hilti Service immediately.
  • On versions with a replaceable supply cord, the supply cord may be replaced by a trained electrical specialist.
  • After cleaning and maintenance, fit all guards or protective devices and check that they function correctly.
To help ensure safe and reliable operation, use only genuine Hilti spare parts and consumables. Spare parts, consumables and accessories approved by Hilti for use with the product can be found at your local Hilti Center or online at: www.hilti.group

Replacing the carbon brushes

WARNING
Risk of injury due to electric shock !
  • The machine may be operated, serviced and repaired only by trained, authorized personnel. This personnel must be specially informed of any possible hazards.
The carbon brushes must be replaced when the indicator lamp with the wrench symbol lights.
  1. Unplug the supply cord from the power outlet.
  2. Open the carbon brush covers on the left-hand and right-hand sides of the motor.
  3. Take note of how the carbon brushes are fitted and how the conductors are positioned. Remove the worn carbon brushes from the diamond core drilling machine.
  4. Fit the new carbon brushes, positioning them exactly the same as the old ones fitted previously.
    Take care to avoid damaging the insulation on the indicator lead as you insert the brushes.
  5. Screw on the carbon brush covers on the left- and right-hand side of the motor.
  6. Run in the carbon brushes by letting the machine run under no load for at least 1 minute without interruption.
    • The indicator lamp will go out after a running time of approx. 1 minute with the new carbon brushes.

Cleaning the water flow sight glass

Pay attention to cleanliness at your workplace when cleaning the sight glass. Take care to prevent dirt entering the inside of the water flow rate indicator while the glass is being cleaned.
  1. Use a Torx TX 15 screwdriver to remove the two screws at the sight glass.
  2. Lift the glass away.
  3. Remove the water flow rate impeller, complete with axle.
  4. Remove any dirt particles by flushing under running water.
  5. Before fitting the parts, check the sight glass seal for damage and replace it if necessary.
  6. Make sure that the seal is positioned exactly in its seat. The seal may otherwise be pinched between the plastic parts when the sight glass is fitted, thereby damaging the seal and resulting in leakage.
  7. Refit the impeller complete with its axle.
  8. Press the sight glass back into place.
  9. Insert the sight glass retaining screws (Torx screws) and tighten them securely.

Troubleshooting

If the trouble you are experiencing is not listed in this table or you are unable to remedy the problem by yourself, please contact Hilti Service.

The diamond core drilling machine is in working order

Malfunction
Possible cause
Action to be taken
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The service indicator lights.
The carbon brush wear limit has almost been reached. The diamond core drilling machine will continue to run for a few hours until it shuts down automatically.
  • Have the carbon brushes replaced at the next opportunity.
The carbon brushes have been changed and must be run in.
  • Run in the carbon brushes by letting the machine run under no load for at least 1 minute without interruption.
The diamond core drilling machine doesn’t achieve full performance.
Supply network fault – undervoltage occurred.
  • Check whether other power consumers are disrupting the power supply from the network or generator.
  • Check the length of the extension cord used.
The diamond core bit doesn’t rotate.
The diamond core bit has become jammed in the base material.
  • Guide the diamond core drilling machine in a straight line.
  • Use an open-end wrench to release the diamond core bit: Disconnect the mains plug from the power outlet. Grip the diamond core bit with a suitable open-end wrench close to the connection end and release the diamond core bit by rotating it.
The drilling speed is decreasing.
Maximum drilling depth has been reached.
  • Remove the core and use a longer core bit.
The core is stuck in the diamond core bit.
  • Remove the core.
Wrong core bit specification for the base material.
  • Select a more suitable diamond core bit specification.
High steel content (indicated by clear water containing metal cuttings).
  • Select a more suitable diamond core bit specification.
The diamond core bit is defective.
  • Check the diamond core bit for damage and replace it if necessary.
The diamond core bit is polished.
  • Sharpen the diamond core bit by drilling into a sharpening plate.
The water flow rate is too high.
  • Reduce the water flow rate by adjusting the water flow regulator.
The water flow rate is too low.
  • Check the water supply to the diamond core bit or, respectively, increase the water flow by adjusting the water flow regulator.
  • Check the filter element at the water connection.
The connection end is dirty or not secured in the chuck correctly.
  • Clean the connection end and fit the diamond core bit correctly.
The diamond core bit can’t be fitted into the chuck.
The core bit connection end or chuck is dirty or damaged.
  • Clean the connection end and/or the chuck or replace these parts.
The chuck operating lever isn’t fully open.
  • Open the lever as far as it will go.
The diamond core bit has too much play.
The connection end is defective.
  • Check the connection end and replace it if necessary.
The chuck lever is not closed.
  • Close the chuck lever.
No water is flowing.
The filter or water flow indicator is blocked.
  • Remove the filter or water flow indicator and flush it through.
Water escapes from the chuck during operation.
The core bit connection end / chuck is dirty.
  • Clean the connection end or the chuck.
The chuck seal is defective.
  • Check the seal and replace it if necessary.

The diamond core drilling machine is not in working order

Malfunction
Possible cause
Action to be taken
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The service indicator shows nothing.
The PRCD isn’t switched on.
  • Check that the PRCD is functioning and switch it on.
Interruption in the electric supply.
  • Plug in another electric tool or appliance and check whether it works.
  • Check the plug connections, supply cord, power supply line and main supply fuse.
Water in the motor.
  • Allow the diamond core drilling machine to dry out completely in a warm, dry place.
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The service indicator lights.
The carbon brushes are worn out.
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The service indicator blinks.
The motor has overheated (e.g. due to excessive lateral core bit friction and/or excessive contact pressure).
  • Wait a few minutes until the motor has cooled down or allow the diamond core drilling machine to run under no load in order to speed up the cooling process.
  • Switch the diamond core drilling machine off and then on again.
  • Guide the diamond core drilling machine carefully, keeping it straight and/or reduce the contact pressure.

China RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances)

Click on the link to go to the table of hazardous substances: qr.hilti.com/r51318.
There is a link to the RoHS table, in the form of a QR code, at the end of this document.

Disposal

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  • Do not dispose of power tools, electronic equipment or batteries as household waste!

Disposal of drilling slurry

Disposal of drilling slurry directly into rivers, lakes or the sewerage system without suitable pretreatment presents environmental problems.

Manufacturer’s warranty

  • Please contact your local Hilti representative if you have questions about the warranty conditions.
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