In short you can't easily. Here's why:
Using PowerShell we can get the ACLs for a physical "raw" disk drive:
PS C:\> [io.directory]::GetAccessControl("\\.\PHYSICALDRIVE1") | Format-List
Owner : BUILTIN\Administrators
Group : NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
Access : Everyone Allow ExecuteFile, ReadAttributes, ReadPermissions, Synchronize
NT AUTHORITY\RESTRICTED Allow ExecuteFile, ReadAttributes, ReadPermissions, Synchronize
NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM Allow FullControl
BUILTIN\Administrators Allow FullControl
Sddl : O:BAG:SYD:(A;;FX;;;WD)(A;;FX;;;RC)(A;;FA;;;SY)(A;;FA;;;BA)
Administrators have permissions that allow write access to the drive defeating your initial request.
There seem to be third party tools (such as User-mode Raw Disk Access) that work around this but it doesn't seem to be something that Microsoft were intending to support on fixed (non-removable) disks. See https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/942448 for Microsoft's take.