Rotary drilling tools
Rotary drill stabilizers
- Rotary and DTH
- Premium-grade heat-treated alloy steel
- Can be customized according to customer needs
There are two different types of stabilizers - the welded and the rotating roller stabilizer. Welded blade stabilizers are used to stabilize and control hole deviation. Roller stabilizers provide more reaming and cutting action and are typically used in hard rock environments.
Quality collaring, desk bushing and rod support prevent most operational failures on drill string parts, increasing productivity and tool life.
High-quality components are engineered to efficiently handle hard rock and abrasive formations commonly found in surface mines, quarries and construction applications. Extreme torsional and axial loads are transmitted through the rotary drill string and each component is optimized for application.
Welded blade stabilizers provide smoother bores and faster penetration rates due to more efficient bit performance.
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Large diameter rollers
Roller stabilizers use the largest possible diameter rollers and bearings that are practical for a specified hole size.