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|Bearing Type:||Sealed Journal Bearing||Cutting Material:||TCI|
|Standard:||API-7-1, ISO 9001:2008||Series:||FSA|
|IADC:||517||Supplementary Features 1:||G : Reinforced Gauge Protection|
milled tooth drill bit,
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9 5/8" FSA517G , TCI Bit , Sealed Journal Bearing , Tricone Roller Bit ,Tricone Drill Bit
Bit Size :9 5/8 inch (244.5mm)
IADC : 517
SERIES : FSA
Tooth type : ( TCI ) Tungsten Carbide Insert
Connection : 6 5/8 inch API REG PIN
Nozzle : three jet (side) nozzles
From 3 7/8inch to 36inch
RECOMMENDED DRILLING PARAMETERS FOR APPLICATION
|Types & IADC Code||417||
|Lb/in. (Bit Dia.)||2285~5142||2285~5142||2000~5714||2857~5714||3428~6285||4000~6857|
|Rotation Speed (Rpm)||140~60||140~60||125~50||110~50||100~40||80~40|
The above chart represents commonly available sizes and types, we do produce other sizes and types of rock bits which do not appear on this list. Please contact us for more information.
In a rotating bearing, the two working sides of a seal are called the static energizer and the dynamic wear face. These two parts are directly opposite each other, with the energizing portion bearing on the gland and the dynamic wear face bearing against the rotating unit. For the energizing portion of the seal to function properly, it must have a surface against which to react. This is provided by a channel-shaped groove called a seal gland.
The wearing portion of the seal must have the capability to withstand the heat and abrasion generated as the rotating surface passes over it. The energizer, when functioning correctly, is not a high-wear area. Ideally, it simply bears against the gland and provides the pushing energy that maintains firm contact between the wear surface and rotating cone.
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