Are you trying to find casing jacks that fit your needs? If you’re dealing with a lot of casing that’s giving you grief, you may be fed up with the tools you’ve been using. For quality products and innovative minds behind them, lean on DrawWorks. With over 50 years of experience, we can help you figure out what you need for your next oilfield project.
Casing jacks are able to break up drill pipe that has become lodged or stuck somewhere underground. This set of hydraulic lift cylinders can also be used for lifting casing strings and pulling high loads. It generates upward force with pressure, and has an accompanying anchor for when you need to expand casing. Many people use this tool to pull up stuck slips. They’re also able to run tubing, casing, and thread.
If you’re trying to expand casing, one of the first things you’ll need to find is a reliable casing running tool. If you have yet to purchase one of these devices, the DrawWorks Casing Running Tool is a great choice. With its mechanical operations, you will have an easy time rotating, reciprocating, and circulating this device compared to its hydraulic counterparts.
In addition to casing jacks, you may also want to invest in a single joint compensator. Our patented DWSJC is manufactured to prevent damage from threads when they are stabbed or removed from the string. Upon impact, this tool is able to balance the weight so the operator can precisely control the load while the joint is being unscrewed. One the thread is completed disengaged, the joint will release from its attached string.
Oilfield products that keep your workspace safe and efficient
The DWSJC fits many tubulars, and has a multitude of features and benefits. The driller gage gives the technician a precise method for controlling the weight lifted by the block when removing a joint of pipe. The compensator consists of cylinders, a long stroke, swivel system, slings, and a control panel. These components work together to provide low impact stabbing and minimize damage to tubular threads. They also help joint elevators rotate without fail.
Keeping your work site safe is extremely important, and DrawWorks has tools that can help you and your crew members avoid hazards. Our pipe handling system is a tool that can remove the need for stabbing board operations while improving your tubular running speeds. Its simplistic design allows it to operate with a single technician. It sits below the top drive attached to the tool joint. It has two arms that drop single joint elevators into casing.
Another tool that enhances both safety and efficiency is our casing compensating alignment tool. The DWC-CAT makes tubular running much safer while also improving the speeds. It has two pneumatic cylinders below the top drive and extra-long slings for the single joint elevator. When using this, you’ll be able to be able to properly align your fill-up tool to the casing and remove it without using a stabber.
Mud saver valves that promote safety and cleanliness
Trying to make circulating and flow-back easier now that you don’t have to worry about a stabber? If so, be sure to check out our patented Stabberless Rigid Autofill System, a tool currently popular in the Gulf of Mexico. This is product reduces the amount of time needed to run casing. It can also immediately circulate if there is a problem during the removal of casing. To maximize your crew’s safety, you can use this tool without having a man in the derrick.
Keep your work site clean and safe by investing in our spring loaded mud saver valve. Drilling tools that drip mud onto rigs and workers are far too common. The last thing you want is a team of workers who are constantly covered in mud and unable to perform safely and effectively. This tool can retain the static pressure of mud can keep it from leaking onto the rig floor. This usually happens while the tool is being placed in the derrick, but having our valves can prevent it. This product can take flow-back and fill-up casing without any exterior parts.
In addition to a spring loaded device, we also have a Kelly mud saver valve. This is a tool for eliminating or decreasing the loss of mud during drilling. Its self aligning seat allows for a positive seal, large flow area, and a lower pressure drop. Made out of carbine, it is built to resist wear and tear. The valve has a large opening through ID that gives you wireline access. Its check valve has a larger flow-back area and takes pressure readings from dill pipes. It can also decrease surge pressure when running or drilling down a hole.
DrawWorks: Where Innovation Meets Reliability
DrawWorks has over thirty patents and products to offer you, but we understand that some projects or jobs require special attention. Have you taken a look at our inventory, but you’re still unable to locate the exact tool you’re looking for? If you’ve been shopping around and no manufacture has what you need, let us know how we can help. Our innovative team of designers and engineers have faced problems like this in the past. We can work with you to figure out exactly what you need. Soon after, we’ll begin building a blueprint towards manufacturing the tool of your dreams.
We believe our reputation speaks for itself. In addition to our quality products, we have fifty years of oilfield services and technology knowledge to share with our customers. Recently, we were recognized by Texas A&M University to be one of the fastest-growing companies currently managed or started by a former student. Many of our tools are the most innovative in their class. The DWCRT is one that stands out. Due to its modular design, it is currently the most versatile casing running tool you can find.
If you think you might need quality casing jacks before your next big job, be sure to contact DrawWorks. Our team of engineers can help you figure out exactly what you need to make sure your drilling and casing project goes as planned. With over 50 years of experience in this industry, you can count on us to provide you with the best oilfield technology on the market.