Coring Drums and Center Pilot Assembly



Utilicor utilizes a center pilot hole during the coring process which is essential for proper keyhole core cutting and core reinstatement procedures.


The pilot hole, which is cut simultaneously during the coring process, simplifies cores extraction, is a quicker and easier operation for the worker, and allows for the core to be properly manipulated during the reinstatement process. 


The Utilicor core puller tool has a rubber stopper which expands and becomes friction tight within the pilot hole.


Utilicor’s process of cutting a center pilot hole and utilizing a core puller tool is the only work-safe method for extracting heavy cores cut from the roadway. It is also the only work-safe method to allow for a proper core reinstatement.

Work-safe method of extracting the core from the pavement

ProCor Professional Grade Coring Drums 
Custom manufactured diamond segments allow for increased cutting life through both asphalt and concrete. Stock barrel length is 22”. Available stock diameters are 12”,18” and 24”. 
Custom sizes available on request

Asphalt & Concrete Part # CD-12, CD-18, CD-24
Concrete ONLY Part # CD-12BVU,      CD-18BVU, CD-24BVU
Center Pilot Shaft
Allows for use of center pilot bit during coring process. Stock size is 19" (1/2" spacers included) 
17", 16" and 15" lengths availble for shortened core drums. 
Zinc coated.
A-Flange Drive Adapter
Accommodates Utilicor’s ProCor coring drums, and allows for the installation of a pilot shaft. Top ported for water distribution inside the core drum.
1 1/4” x 7 T.P. I. threads / zinc coated.
PDC Center Bit
Simultaneously cuts center hole when cutting the core.
PDC bit (polycrystalline diamond compact)
with AW-ROD threads.
Recommended for tough concrete applications.
Superior penetration rates.
Part # CP-PDC