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SERVICES Clean Pipe Technology

Common Drilling & Cleaning Problems Solution

  • Casing & Tubing Calibration Problems, Drill Collars
  • Pump Pressure Increasing
  • Decreasing ID From Cement Deposits
  • Decreased Equipment Efficiency (lost time by drilling, drilling & packing blockage)
  • Higher Friction Lowers Flow Rate
  • Mud, Cement & Synthetic Inner Wall Deposits
  • Corrosion &  Oxide Deposits
  • Heavy Oil Paraffin and Asphaltene Deposits
  • Salt Incrustations
  • Additional Offsite Handling and Transportation Costs

 

Pneumatic Tools Specifications, Operation Features

Self Propelled Pneumatic Tool (STX)

 

Air pressure min: 60 psi

Air pressure max: 150 psi

Air volume:  25–85 cfm

Recommended press.: 85 psi

Air: Lubricated, Filtered,    Regulated

Percussions: 1900/min

Weight: 15 lbs

 

 

Percussion Lance

(PL)

 

Air pressure min: 80 psi

Air pressure max: 150 psi

Air volume:  85–100 cfm

Air:   Lubricated, Filtered,   Regulated

Conversion:  80-1600 psi

Percussions:  4500/min

Weight:  10 lbs

 

 

Uses & Mounting

  • Casing & Drilling Pipe Cleaning, Calibration and Lubrication
  • Heat Exchangers Pipe Cleaning
  • Works from 1” to 12” Diameters and Lengths to 270 ft.
  • Pipe & Tools Maintenance Facilities
  • Drilling Rigs and Fixing Equipment
  • Offshore Drilling Platforms
  • Pipe factories

 

Added Value

  • Self-propelled:   Backwards or Forward
  • Average time of cleaning: 30 to 60 sec/pipe
  • Daily Productivity:   250 Pipes/Day
  • Operated by:   Single Worker Capability
  • Maintenance Option:  No Down Time Package
  • Operation air pressure: 85 PSI
  • Range ID:    From 1” to 12” ID Pipe
  • Portable:    Compressor, Hose & Tools (can be loaded on portable cart or truck)
  • Fast Deposit Removal & Calibration of Drill Pipe and Casing
  • Easy Setup, Operation & Maintenance
  • Excellent COST /BENEFIT
  • Permanent Technical Support

Percussion Lance

Self Propelled Pneumatic Tool

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