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|Bearing Type:||Rubber Sealed Roller Bearing||Cutting Material:||TCI|
|Standard:||API-7-1, ISO 9001:2008||Series:||FSG|
|Application 1:||Oil Well Drilling||Application 2:||Water Well Drilling|
|IADC:||515||Bit Size:||13 3/4" ( 349.3mm )|
tungsten carbide insert bit,
oil well drill bit
13 3/4" FSA515G , Rubber Sealed Roller Bearing , With Gage Protection , TCI Tricone Bit , IADC 515
RECOMMENDED DRILLING PARAMETERS FOR APPLICATION
|Rotation Speed (Rpm)||150~60||150~60||140~80||120~80||110~60||100~50
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.
High drilling temperatures and high pressures in the lubrication system, together with the potential of exposure to water and chemicals, require high performance from lubricants. Most bit lubricants are specially formulated. Leading bit manufacturers employ scientists to develop and test lubricants. Better drill-bit lubricants are stable to temperatures > 300°F, and many function normally at temperatures down to ≈0°F. They are hydrophobic (repel water) and retain their stability if water penetrates the bit. Quality lubricants are also resistant to chemicals commonly found in drilling fluids, are environmentally safe, and do not contain the lead additives that have traditionally helped resist high pressures.
Donut-shaped O-rings are used in many roller-cone bit applications. O-rings are manufactured from elastomers (synthetic rubbers) that withstand the temperatures, pressures, and chemicals encountered in drilling environments. They are a traditional, but still consistently reliable, seal system.
An O-ring is installed in a seal gland to form a seal system. The gland holds the O-ring in place and is sized so that the O-ring is compressed between the gland and the bearing hub at which sealing is required. It presses the interior wall of the O-ring against the hub and the exterior diameter of the O-ring against the gland. These latter forces prevent the seal from turning in the gland and experiencing wear on the outer surfaces by rotational contact with the gland.
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