– Combination Sockets
Combination Sockets are used to catch the neck of wire line sockets, the pin of a lost tool, tubing, and any round object that is upright in the hole. Available with a range of mouth bore sizes and a wide range of slips.
– Fishing Tools
Fishing Jars – Run below the fishing stem with a longer stroke effects a greater jarring action. Specify pin and box joint size and stroke when ordering.
– Tubing Spears
Tubing Spears – are furnished with two slips and are engineered to recover tubing from the hole. Please specify if the spear is running on tubing, pipe, or cable tools, the size of the tubing to be caught, and the I.D. of the casing in which the spear is to be used.
– Fox Trip Spears
Fox Trip Spears – are used to pull pipe that needs to be recovered from the hole. Fox spears may be tripped and set as desired any place in the pipe. When ordering please specify the number of slips, inside diameter of the pipe, and tool joint size.
– The Bulldog Spear
The Bulldog Spear – is use to pull pipe from the hole and bailers that have lost their bail. Unlike the Fox Trip Spear, the Bulldog Spear cannot be tripped and removed from the pipe without damaging the pipe.
– Wire Line Cutter
Wire Line Cutter – is use for cutting line should the tools become stuck in the hole. Our Wire Line Cutters are run on the sand line and are jarred up to actuate the two cutters. The Wire Line cutter should hit the top of the tool string before being pulled to allow a line free rope socket for easier fishing.
– Corrugated Friction
Corrugated Friction – A corrugated body allows the Friction Socket enables it to take a strong friction hold on lost tools. Useful in holes too small or tight to run a combination socket and irregular shapes, the Friction socket can stand a limited amount of jarring.
– Casing Perforators – Casing Cutters
Casing Perforators – Casing Cutters – are used to cut casing or pipe in the well when it cannot be pulled. The cutter is designed to be run on a tubing string or pipe. After the tool is lowered to the cutting point, the jars, sinker, and mandrel are run on the sandline down the tube to expand the cutters. Revolving the tubing cuts the casing or pipe. The cutter is furnished with a combination mandrel. Extra cutting wheels are available.
– Casing Ripper
Casing Ripper – uses a down jarring action to rip the casing. The slide block containing the ripping knife is actuated by the spring friction. This friction is arranged with a trip to release the sliding block and move it into contact with the casing at the desired point. A solid slide with wickered contact surfaces can be use to sound out the casing at any depth to determine where it is stuck. Extra knives are available.
– Drive Head
Drive Head – are manufactured in four different styles. The Male Drop Pattern Male Screw Pattern Female Drop Pattern, and Female Screw Patter. The drive heads proved the fullest protection to your pipe or casing during driving operations while allowing hard blows from the clamps to drive the pipe.
– Drive Clamps
Drive Clamps – are manufactured in three different sizes. Each drive clamp is complete with bolts, long hex nuts, and a wrench.
– Slotted Pipe Pulling Heads
Slotted Pipe Pulling Heads – are used for pulling short strings of pipe or casing but are not recommended when heavy jarring is necessary. This tool is used by slipping the head over the drilling line immediately above the tools in the hole, screwed into the pipe collar, and pulling the string up with the rope socket neck. The head is equipped with a safety latch.