Drilling Machine Prices in Nigeria
A drilling machine is a machine tool primarily used for making a round hole or driving fasteners. A full drilling machine is used for the drilling process, and it is also the processing technology often required in manufacturing production.
A drill is a tool used to drill holes in or through metal, wood or other materials. Drills use a drilling tool, the drill bit, which works by cutting the material at its end. This full quality cutting tool is held in the drill by a Morse taper or chuck.
This is a machine for drilling, reaming, and very well counterboring, and tapping holes especially. It is also a power machine for drilling holes in metal (as a drill press or radial drill).
Once upon a time, only professional drillers made use of drilling machines. Today, anyone can be able to purchase and make use of these machines. This is because drilling machines have been modified to create holes in all kinds of materials.
How much does a drilling machine cost in Nigeria today? There are different kinds of quality drilling machines in the market space today.
As such, it is impossible to peg these machines at a specific price. We will look at the different prices in the next section.
Prices of Drilling Machines in Nigeria
The drilling machines on the Nigerian market differ in brand, model, capacity, and size. Because of this, the prices vary based on these differences. We took the liberty of checking the market, online and offline, to find out the prices of these machines. Check below to find out how much each of these machines costs along with a brief description.
Electric Jack Hammer & Demolition Breaker – N170,000 – N200,000
- Ergonomic handle
- Impact force: 45 Joules
- Impact rate: 1300bmp
- Input power: 1700W
- Packed in a blow mould case
- Voltage: 220-240V~50Hz
Bosch Gsb 21-2re 230 Volts Drilling Professional – N102,000 – N125,000
- Chuck capacity, min./max. – 1.5 – 13 mm
- Drill Spindle Connecting Thread – 1/2″ – 20 UNF
- Drilling diameter in concrete – 22 / 13 mm
- Drilling diameter in masonry – 24 / 16 mm
- Drilling diameter in wood – 40 / 25 mm
- Impact rate at no-load speed – 0 – 15,300 / 51,000 bpm
- Torque – 40.0 / 14.5 Nm
- No Load Speed – 0 – 900/ 3,000 rpm
- Power Output – 630 W
- Rated Input Power – 1,100 W
- Rated Speed – 580 / 1,900 rpm
- Rated Torque – 9.6 / 3.2 Nm
Bosch Drilling Machine Gsb 13re Box – N37,500 – N55,000
- 800 bpm
- No Load Speed – 2,800 rpm
- Power Input – 301W
- Chuck capacity, min./max. – 1.5 -13mm
- Drill Spindle Connecting Thread – 1/2″ – 20 UNF
- Drilling Diameter in Concrete – 13 mm
- Drilling Diameter in Masonry – 15 mm
- Drilling Diameter in Steel – 10 mm
- Drilling Diameter in Wood – 25 mm
- Impact Rate at No Load Speed – 0- 44
- Rated Power Input – 600W, Rated Torque – 1.8 Nm
- Tool Dimensions (height) – 180 mm
- Tool Dimensions (length) – 266 mm
45-in-1 Portable Cordless Drill Driver – N12,999 – N20,000
- Attachment x 8
- Battery: 600mAh Ni-Album
- Bits Holder x 1
- Charging Time : 3-5 Hrs
- Connector x 1
- Cordless Screwdriver x 1
- driver bits 28 x 25mm
- driver bits 4 x 50mm
- Penetrate x 2
- Voltage: 4.8V
Bosch Electric Impact Drill & Driver (570 Watts) – N20,999 – N39,999
- Rated input power – 570 W
- Weight – 1.7 kg
- No-load speed – 0 – 3,000 rpm
- Power output 300 W
- Rated torque 4 Nm
- Chuck capacity, min./max. – 1.5 – 13 mm
- Impact rate at a no-load speed 48,000 – bpm
- Drilling diameter in concrete 13 mm
- Drilling diameter in wood – 25 mm
- Drilling diameter in steel – 10 mm
- Drilling dia. in brick, limestone – 13 mm
- Drilling diameter in masonry – 13 mm
Bosch Cordless Impact Wrench Driver -18v Gdx 180-li 2.0ah – N236,000 – N268,000
- 2 x 1.5 Ah Li-ion battery
- AL 1814 CV charger
- Carrying case
- Impact rate: 0-3.600 bpm
- No-load speed: 0-2.800 rpm
- Screw diameter: M 6 – M 16
- Tool holder: 1/4″ internal hexagon and 1/2″ external square
- Torque, max: 180 Nm
- Uncertainty K: 3 m/s²
- Vibration emission value ah: 9.5 m/s²
- Weight excl. battery: 3.5KG
Bosch 41 Piece V-line Drill Bit & Screwdriver Bit Set – N29,900 – N45,000
- 1 Angle driver
- 2 Spade bits – diameter 16/20 mm
- 1 Universal holder – magnetic
- 1 Countersink
- 11 Screwdriver bits – L = 25 mm PH 1/2 PZ
- 1/2 S 4/5/6 T 20 H 4/5/6
- 6 Nutsetters – diameter 6/8/9/10/11/13 mm
- 7 HSS-R metal drill bits – diameter 2-6 mm
- 5 Wood drill bits – diameter 3-8 mm
- 6 Masonry drill bits – diameter 5-8 mm
Bench Mounted Pillar Drill – N79,800 – N100,000
- Rated power – 350W
- Rated voltage – 220-240V
- Frequency – 50Hz
- Spindle speed settings– 5 speed
- Spindle speed – 580,2650/min
- Max drilling capacity – 13mm
- Column diameter – 46mm
- Table size – 160 x 160mm
- Base size – 314 x 200mm
- Machine height – 590mm
Black & Decker Heavy-Duty Electric Drilling Machine 13mm – N26,900 – N40,000
- Rated power – 500 watts
- Maximum capacity in concrete – 1.3 cm
- Maximum capacity in steel – 1.3 cm
- Maximum capacity in wood – 2.5 cm
- Impact rate – 48,600 bolts per minute
- No-load speed – 2800 rotations per minute
- Special reverse action
- Snapdeal feature
Cordless Battery Drill Driver Machine – 21v Lithium-Ion – N25,000 – N40,000
- Voltage: 220V
- Frequency: 50/60Hz
- Rotate speed range: 0-1450R/MIN
- Charging time: 80 Minutes
- Battery: 1.5AH Lithium battery
DeWalt Electric Impact Rotary Hammer Drill (22mm) – N124,900 – N150,000
- Height – 320 millimeters
- Included Components – 1 Comi Hammer
- Item Weight – 60 kilograms
- Length – 390 millimeters
- Material – Plastic and Metal
- Power Source Type – Corded Electric
- Specification Met – unset
- Style – 22Mm/700 W
- Switch Type – Trigger Switch
- Voltage – 240 volts
Hitachi Electric Drill And Chisel Hammer Machine (26mm) – N119,900 – N140,000
- Joule impact energy – 3.2J
- Power – 830 Watt
- Control – Stepless speed and stroke-rate regulation
- Cut-off carbon brush
- Dust-protected electronic switch
- Dust-protected SDS-plus tool holder
- 26mm drilling capacity for concrete
- Original Hitachi Anti-vibration additional
- Safety-slip clutch
- Soft-touch handle
Total Electric Impact Drill Machine (13mm, 680watts) – N16,990 – N25,000
- Voltage – 230v – 50Hz
- Power – 680 watts
- No load speed – 0 – 3.000 rpm/min
- Impact rate – 0 – 45.000 bpm/min
- Drilling capacity – 13mm
How to choose a drill?
There are three types of drills: hand-held drills (with cord or cordless), drill presses and magnetic base drills. You must take your working conditions into consideration in order to choose the most suitable type of drill.
First of all, depending on the materials you have to drill, the diameter and depth of the holes will not be the same.
Most manufacturers will provide you with information on the maximum diameters and depths for each material.The power of the drill is another characteristic you must consider.
The more powerful your drill is, the easier it will be to drill through very hard materials, such as concrete.The speed depends on the power of the drill. For some materials (such as metals), if the speed is too high, you will damage the drill bit.
We therefore recommend that you use a drill with electronic speed control for this type of material.
Lastly, in the case of a portable cordless drill, it is important to pay attention to the device voltage. The higher the battery voltage, the more powerful it will be.
- the diameter and depth of the hole
- the material to be drilled
- the power of the drill
- the battery voltage
How to choose a hand-held drill?
Hand-held drills are the most common on the market. They are handy, compact and the quality lightweight. They come in two types: corded and cordless.As the name suggests, corded drills must be connected to a power supply.
With power generally between 500 and 1,300 watts, these drills are powerful enough to drill through all types of material.
Additionally, you will not have to worry about their autonomy, making them an ideal tool for long and intensive use. These drills are well generally heavier than cordless drills however.
As a result, they are not as easy or practical to handle and their use is limited according to the length of their cord.
Cordless drills on the other hand are lighter, easier to handle (thanks to the absence of a cord) and more compact than corded ones.
As such it is more pleasant to work with them as they guarantee you greater freedom of any type of movement. This type of drill is also less expensive than corded drills.
However, you can only use cordless drills for a limited time, as they depend on the battery life. They are also less powerful than corded drills. The power of a cordless drill depends entirely on the voltage and intensity of its battery.
It should be noted that portable drills can also be equipped with an impact mode to drill particularly hard materials.
Almost all corded drills are equipped with an impact mode. It is also possible to find cordless impact drills, but this mode reduces their battery life.
How to Choose a Drill Press?
Drill presses are mainly used in workshops. These are powerful, precise drills that make it possible to make clean holes in thick and hard materials. They drill a vertical hole. The most powerful drill presses can drill holes up to 30 mm in diameter.
There are two types of drill presses:
Bench drills, which are placed on the work table. They will allow you to drill small pieces of wood or metal with precision.
Stationary drills are placed on the ground. They are imposing, very powerful and allow you to drill very large parts.
Before choosing a drill press model, you will need to know what it is going to be used for. As with handheld drills, you will need to pay attention to the power of your drill.
You will also need to establish the ideal distance between the table and the chuck, which determines the size of the parts you can work on.
Additionally, some models allow you to adjust the distance between the plate and the chuck, allowing for greater flexibility in the size of the parts to be drilled.
Another good quality factor to consider is the user experience of your drill press.
In order to make your work more comfortable, we recommend that you purchase a drill with long handles, which will make it easier to lower the chuck. Some drills are even equipped with a hand wheel, which makes lowering the chuck easier, smoother and more precise.
Drill presses are equipped with single-phase or three-phase motors. A three-phase drill press can be subjected to more stress than a single-phase one. As a result, it will heat less.
Lastly, you must think about your safety, in particular by providing an emergency switch and a clamping vise to block the parts to be drilled. Clamping vises, essential for preventing accidents, can be purchased separately.