Oil, gas and mining equipment includes drills, gearboxes, and other devices specific to the oil, gas, and mining industries.
Casing running tools (CRT) hoist, lower, spin, and create casing connections. They increase the safety, efficiency, and success rate of tubular installation operations.
Centralizers position the tool string in the center of the tubing, casing, or wellbore.
Continuous miners are composed of a rotating steel drum with hard metal teeth that is advanced through a mine in order to simultaneously excavate and extract coal and soft minerals in underground mining operations.
Crusher and grinding mill wear parts include commonly-replaced components such as jaws, rolls, blades, plates, and liners for material processing equipment.
Draglines are a large excavating tool with a boom and bucket used for stripping overburden material in surface mining applications.
Drilling equipment includes drill rigs, hoisting equipment, downhole motors, and other rig components used in well drilling operations.
Drilling structures make up the rig floor, foundation, and framework of the drill rig supporting the drill string and associated drilling equipment.
Elevators are hinged devices that close around a drill pipe or other oil country tubular good (OCTG) in order to facilitate lifting and lowering of the tubular element into or out of the well bore.
Float collars are short sections of casing with a backpressure valve that prevents fluid flow back during cementing and case running operations.
Guide shoes are bull-nose devices attached to the bottom of the casing string. They protect the casing string from impact, enable passage through narrow or deviated boreholes, and direct away from ledges reducing the chance of sidewall cave-in.
Highwall miners link underground and surface mining operations by extracting coal from exposed horizontal seams in open-pit mines.
Longwall shearers cut away the face of a coal seam in longwall mining operations by mounting over an armored face conveyor.
Mining bits are tools for boring into rock and earth. They drill and penetrate soft and hard rock in mining, quarrying, tunneling, construction, geological exploration, and blasting applications.
Mining machines include tunnel boring machines (TBM) and boring rigs, roof bolting rigs, rock crushing vehicles, and other heavy equipment used for tunneling and mine excavation.
Mining shovels are large excavation tools used in surface mining applications to strip overburden materials and load coal, mineral ores, sand, and other natural resources.
Mining wear parts and excavating wear parts are commonly-replaced components that are used in mineral and aggregate extraction and processing. Examples include buckets, shovels, teeth, dragline parts, grinding mill liners, crawler shoes, links, clevises, and wear plates.
Oil country tubular goods (OCTG) are seamless rolled or welded pipe and tube products that are used for drilling and well completion activities.
Plow systems for longwall mining operations extract segments of coal across the face of a seam with equipped cutting picks or blades.
Production equipment is used to recover reservoir fluids and optimize field production from drilled oil and gas wells.
Roadheaders are underground crawler-type excavating machines with a boom-mounted cutting drum used for tunneling and mining operations.
Roof supports provide a means of temporary supporting overburden in longwall mining operations.
Solids control equipment (SCE) is a line of process equipment used to remove solids and entrained gases from drilling fluid.
Tunnel boring machines (TBMs) are used in subsurface mining operations to excavate tunnels through rock strata and surrounding sedimentary deposits.