Drill Bits

drill bits

drill bits

Drill bits are the cornerstone of any project that requires drilled holes of a specific size. Denali Industrial Supply carries an extensive line of premium drill bits in various materials, sizes, and styles. Whether you are searching for a jobber bit, mechanics length drill bit, diamond tipped core bit or any other bit style, Denali has you covered.
For more information regarding our drill bit product options, get in touch with our sales team, and they will gladly assist you with your specific bit requirements. For immediate responses, call us at 1-800-478-2658, and we will help you find the exact product, tool, or accessory you need.

Denali Industrial Supply’s Service Advantages

Denali is an industrial tool supply company that is 100% focused on putting the customer first. Denali Industrial Supply is open to the public with stores in Fairbanks and Anchorage. We also keep a large inventory on hand to support our customer needs.
  • Over 35 years of industry experience
  • Cut to length services for an additional fee
  • Largest selection of in-stock drill bits throughout Alaska
  • Express ordering options
  • Volume discounts on select products
  • Shipments throughout Alaska

Alaska’s Trusted Destination for Premium Drill Bits

At Denali Industrial Supply, we service the entire state of Alaska’s drill bit needs by stocking the sizes, materials, and styles you need. With locations in Fairbanks and Anchorage, Alaska, we provide drill bits to meet or exceed your project specifications. Whether you need a single bit or 10,000, Denali has you covered.

Drill Bit Options

Denali Industrial Supply drill bits are stocked in various diameters, lengths, grades, and finishes. We are your trusted resource for premium quality drill bits and specialty fastener products. Denali offers the following drill bit options:
  • Aircraft Drills - Are made to aerospace specs for drilling high tensile strength materials like titanium.
  • Diamond Tipped Core Bits - Hole saws that cut holes into concrete.
  • Annular Cutter - Ideal for drilling structural steel.
  • Carbide Burrs  - Are used to remove excess metal material rapidly. There are options for different metals like aluminum, cast iron, and steel.
  • Countersink & Counterbores - Combined drills and countersinks are used to enlarge part of a new or existing hole to hide the head of a screw or seat a nut.
  • Drill Extensions – Come in several diameters and lengths.
  • Drill Inserts - Replaceable inserts in the tip of specialty drills.
  • Extra Length Drills - Mainly used for drilling deep holes and drilling areas that are hard to reach.
  • Jobber Drills - Or standard length drills, they are the most popular and widely used lengths that can be used in Cordless drills or a drill press.
  • Screw Extractors - Designed to rapidly remove sunken, broken screws or studs.
  • Screw Machine Drills - Also known as shorty or stubby drills that have shorter flute and lengths that provides maximum strength, which is perfect for hand drills.
  • Silver/Deming Drills - Made of high-speed steel for strength. Used in drilling aluminum alloys.
  • Straight Flute Drills - Drills are used for cutting through the most challenging types of steel.
  • Pilot/Spotting or Centering - To provide a starting hole for larger bits.
  • Taper Length Drills - Also known as long drills, taper drills have an extended flute and overall lengths compared to jobber drills, making them helpful in drilling deep holes.
We also carry a wide selection of masonry drilling, chisels, and scrapers bits for your demo hammer. We also stock a wide range of router bits. Router bits provide the decorative edge your project requires, such as countertops and molding.

Differentiating Jobber & Mechanical Drill Bits

Regular jobber bits are best used in softer materials such as wood, composite, and soft metals. Harder materials and hard metal drilling applications require a mechanics length drill bit since they are stronger. However, jobber bits are still the most common and regularly used style of drill bit.

Drill Bit Maintenance Tips

Proper maintenance prolongs the life of your drill bits and allows them to stay in tip-top shape for your next job. Since they can cause safety concerns, dull or damaged bits should be avoided at all costs. Utilize the following tips to ensure that your drill bits are routinely cared for and ready to use:
  • Inspect drill bits for any extensive damage and remove damaged drill bits from the set so they can be replaced.
  • Place drill bits back into their case and store them in a cool, dry place.
  • Let the drill bit cool off after you have finished your project.
  • Wipe the drill and drill bit with a clean, dry towel or cleaning cloth.
  • Use a clean, dry toothbrush to brush off any shavings or other debris that may cling to the tool.
  • Apply machine oil lightly with a paper towel or microfiber cloth. Let it sit for a few minutes, then wipe up any excess oil with a new paper towel.

Contact Denali Industrial Supply for Premium Drill Bits Today

Denali Industrial offers a range of in-stock bits that can be shipped anywhere throughout Alaska from our locations in Fairbanks and Anchorage, Alaska. Contact us for more information regarding our premium drill bit options, or call us at 1-800-478-2658.
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