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Precision Twist Drill S209 1-31/32"D 16-5/8"L HSS #4MT Jobber Drill Bit

SKU 023162PTD
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Original price $1,078.00
Original price $1,078.00 - Original price $1,078.00
Original price $1,078.00
Current price $567.83
$567.83 - $567.83
Current price $567.83


  • Steam Tempered (Steam Oxide) Surface Treatment
  • High Speed Steel Tool Material
  • ANSI – Tap Standards
  • 4×D Usable Tool Depth to Diameter Ratio
  • Drill Point 118°
  • Morse Taper Shank
  • Right Hand Rotation / Cutting

The Precision Twist Drill S209 reduced taper shank drill bit is very versatile and can be used in machine applications where the drill is held directly in the spindle. The “S” stands for the smaller taper type. They are available from 1/2 inch to 2 inches and have a conventional 118 degree point for strength and easy re-grinding, and a steam oxide finish which prevents workpiece material from sticking to the cutting edges of the tool for clean and accurate holes. Made from premium High Speed Steel, S209 reduced taper shank drill bits can be used for drilling many materials including steel, aluminum and stainless steel.


  • EAN number: 086071231628
  • EDP number: 023162
  • Product name ISO: S2091.31/32
  • Ordering code ANSI: S2091.31/32
  • Gross weight - grams: 3340
  • Cutting diameter - fractional inch (DC): 1.31/32
  • Cutting diameter - inch (DC): 1.9688 inch
  • Cutting diameter - millimeter (DC): 50.01 mm
  • Length chip flute - fractional inch (LCF): 10.5/8
  • Overall length - fractional inch (OAL): 16.5/8
  • Overall length - inch (OAL): 16.625 inch
  • Overall length - millimeter (OAL): 422.28 mm
  • ANSI: S2091.31/32
  • ISO: S2091.31/32
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