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Dear Customers: INTRODUCTION LETTER We are pleased to introduce DIAMANTINA CHRISTENSEN trading company. Diamantina

Dear Customers:

INTRODUCTION LETTER

We are pleased to introduce DIAMANTINA CHRISTENSEN trading company.

Diamantina Christensen is a newly formed company that represents the union of Christensen Chile S.A. and Boyles Bros. Diamantina S.A., leaders in the supply of geological exploration products. Each of these companies is well known and respected for their experience and commitment to quality and service.

Diamantina Christensen was founded in order to offer you the convenience of a one-stop shopping store in combination with our considerable manufacturing and logistic capabilities. Our goal is to serve our customers' needs with a complete line of diamond drilling tools and accessories.

Both the Chile and Peru plants are ISO 9001:2000 certified, thus assuring you the utmost in quality and consistency.

Along with this introduction letter, please find an overview of our manufacturing facilities and the latest Diamantina Christensen product catalog. This product catalog will serve to demonstrate to you just how fully equipped we are to fulfill all of your drilling supply needs.

Best Regards,

Humberto Arce
Humberto Arce

General Manager

supply needs. Best Regards, Humberto Arce General Manager Fernando Buttazzoni Vice President Copyright © 2006

Fernando Buttazzoni Vice President

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Christensen Chile S.A. INTRODUCTION LETTER P G R N O I D N U I

Christensen Chile S.A.

INTRODUCTION LETTER

P G R N O I D N U I C M T S
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Founded in 1964, Christensen Chile was formed under the principle of providing quality products and service at a fair price, thusly maximizing value.

Today, our modern industrial facilities and broad commercial platform gather the most prestigious representations in the mining industry's percussion, core and water well drilling markets worldwide.

Located in an industrial complex in Santiago, Christensen Chile's facilities cover a surface area of nearly 250,000 square feet. The industrial plant (of approximately 60,000 square feet) uses state-of-the-art technology and equipment to manufacture drill bits, rods, and spare parts to meet the requirements of today's demanding market.

to meet the requirements of today's demanding market. Constant research and field work experience in diamond

Constant research and field work experience in diamond core and percussion drilling have permitted Christensen Chile to constantly improve its vast array of tools. Also, the experience gained through Christensen Chile's participation in these processes has made it possible to develop the most modern techniques for products required in the drilling and exploration industries worldwide.

in the drilling and exploration industries worldwide. Copyright © 2006 Diamantina Christensen. All rights
in the drilling and exploration industries worldwide. Copyright © 2006 Diamantina Christensen. All rights

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Boyles Bros Diamantina S.A. INTRODUCTION LETTER Boyles Bros. Diamantina S.A. has long been a pioneer

Boyles Bros Diamantina S.A.

INTRODUCTION LETTER

Boyles Bros Diamantina S.A. INTRODUCTION LETTER Boyles Bros. Diamantina S.A. has long been a pioneer in

Boyles Bros. Diamantina S.A. has long been a pioneer in the manufacturer of diamond products in Peru. Our fifty years of experience have allowed us to accumulate a great amount of knowledge about how to design diamond bits and tools that best suit given ground conditions.

bits and tools that best suit given ground conditions. Located on the outskirts of Lima Peru,
bits and tools that best suit given ground conditions. Located on the outskirts of Lima Peru,

Located on the outskirts of Lima Peru, in a 50,000 square foot facility, our manufacturing process is carried out using the latest in high tech equipment and procedures. Additionally, our highly qualified personnel frequently visit customer drilling sites to evaluate usage and performance of our products. This service not only helps our customers to better use our products, but also helps us to improve our products in order to better serve our customers needs. This combination of quality product, and quality service, lead to more successful drilling results for our customers.

Product quality is a priority for us, and our manufacturing technique is based on integrating work from all areas of our company as well as maintaining ongoing research and development. High quality products are further assured by the use of the finest in raw materials, and the latest advances in manufacturing equipment.

and the latest advances in manufacturing equipment. Copyright © 2006 Diamantina Christensen. All rights
and the latest advances in manufacturing equipment. Copyright © 2006 Diamantina Christensen. All rights

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DIAMANTINA CHRISTENSEN CONTACT INFORMATION HUMBERTO ARCE General Manager Office: 511 326-0494 Ext. 104 harce@boyles.com.pe

DIAMANTINA CHRISTENSEN CONTACT INFORMATION

HUMBERTO ARCE General Manager Office: 511 326-0494 Ext. 104 harce@boyles.com.pe

EDUARDO RAMIREZ Sales Manager Office: 56 2 6207831 eramirez@christensen.cl

GUILLERMO WESTON Production Manager Office: 511 326-0494 Ext. 106 gwestonz@boyles.com.pe

MARILU JUSCAMAITA Foreign Trade Representative Office: 511 326-0494 Ext. 104 mjuscamaita@boyles.com.pe

Telf.: 562-6207800 (Chile) • 511-6186777 (Perú) Web site: www.diamantinachristensen.com e-mail: sales@diamantinachristensen.com

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SECTION A TABLE OF CONTENTS DIAMOND PRODUCTS SECTION Surface-Set Diamond Bits   A-2 Impregnated Bits

SECTION A

TABLE OF CONTENTS DIAMOND PRODUCTS SECTION

Surface-Set Diamond Bits

 

A-2

Impregnated Bits

 

A-3

Impregnated Bits Non-Standard Options

 

A-5

Casing Shoes

A-6

Reaming Shells

 

A-7

Available Sizes

 

A-8

Operational Parameters

 

A-9

Wear Patterns

 

A-10

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A-2

A-2 GENERAL DESCRIPTION Diamantina Christensen introduces the latest generation of surface-set diamond core bits utilized

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

Diamantina Christensen introduces the latest generation of surface-set diamond core bits utilized for the geological exploration industry

core bits utilized for the geological exploration industry • Surface-set diamond bits are manufactured by the

• Surface-set diamond bits are manufactured by the highest quality standards to give long service life and maximum penetration

• Diamonds are set in a pre-determined pattern on the working surfaces of the bit

• Appropiate for soft to medium formations due to the greater exposure of the individual diamond crystals.

• Outstanding performance in unconsolidated formations such as sandstone, gypsum, clay or talc.

HOW TO SELECT A SURFACE-SET DIAMOND BIT?

• For soft and clayey formations is recomended face discharge

• The higher rock hardness, the smaller diamond embbeded on the bit. The diamond stone size (Stones per carat [spc] ) available are

- spc: Very soft to soft formations

- spc: Soft to soft medium formations

- spc: Soft medium to medium formations

- spc: Medium to medium hard formations

10/15

15/25

25/40

40/60

• The profiles available are:

Stepped profile crown (picture 2A): Good penetration and stability, not recommended in fractured formations. Pilot profile crown (picture 2B): Provides good stability to minimize hole deviation. Semi-round profile crown (picture 2C): Good strength in broken ground, requires high bit loads.

NOTE If the rock hardness is higher than 6 Mohs is preferable to use an impregnated bit

SURFACE-SET DIAMOND BITS

HOW TO ORDER A SURFACE-SET DIAMOND BIT?

Ordering code:

1. Bit size (Chart 1, page A-8)

2. Diamond size (Picture 1)

3. Crown profile (Picture 2)

4. Discharge configuration (Picture 3)

Example:

HQ 25 spc Stepped profile Face discharge for pilot core lifter case

• Surface-set diamond bit size HQ

• 25 spc diamond size

• Stepped crown profile

• Face discharge for pilot core lifter case

All kind of surface-set diamond bits are available. In addition, all the orders are warmly accepted according to specific customer's requirements

Bit Selection

ROCK HARDNESS

VERY SOFT

SOFT

SOFT / MEDIUM

MEDIUM

MEDIUM / HARD

ROCK FEATURES

Very abrasive

Medium Abrasiveness

Coarse Grain

Medium Grain

Very Fractured

Fractured

Fractured to competent

10-15 spc

15-25 spc

25-40 spc

40-60 spc

Picture 1: Available diamond sizes

A . STEPPED PROFILE B . PILOT PROFILE C . SEMI-ROUND PROFILE
A . STEPPED PROFILE B . PILOT PROFILE C . SEMI-ROUND PROFILE
A . STEPPED PROFILE B . PILOT PROFILE C . SEMI-ROUND PROFILE

A. STEPPED PROFILE

B. PILOT PROFILE

C. SEMI-ROUND PROFILE

Picture 2: Available crown profiles

STANDARD CORE LIFTER CASE PILOT CORE LIFTER CASE A. REGULAR DISCHARGE B. FACE DISCHARGE C.
STANDARD CORE LIFTER CASE
PILOT CORE LIFTER CASE
A. REGULAR DISCHARGE
B. FACE DISCHARGE
C. FACE DISCHARGE

Picture 3: Available discharges configuration

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GENERAL DESCRIPTION Diamantina Christensen introduces the latest generation of impregnated diamond core bits utilized for

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

Diamantina Christensen introduces the latest generation of impregnated diamond core bits utilized for the geological exploration industry

core bits utilized for the geological exploration industry • Matrix composed of a powdered metal bond

• Matrix composed of a powdered metal bond and synthetic diamond embedded in a uniform distribution.

• Simple crown geometry that makes them less susceptible to in-hole damages than other types of cutting media.

• High perform in medium to hard formations.

• Better tolerance to changing formations.

• The abrasiveness and hardness of the formation is a critical variable for the bit selection.

• Low series bits would be used to drill a soft, abrasive, unconsolidated formation such as Sandstone, Gypsum, Calcite or Talc.

• High series bits would be used to drill a hard, non-abrasive, consolidated formation such as Jasperite, Taconite, Quartz or Chert.

IMPREGNATED BITS

as Jasperite, Taconite, Quartz or Chert. IMPREGNATED BITS INDUSTRIAL DIAMONDS GRIT INSERT STEEL BODY POWDER METAL
INDUSTRIAL DIAMONDS GRIT INSERT
INDUSTRIAL
DIAMONDS
GRIT
INSERT

STEEL BODY POWDER

METAL BONO

DIAMONDS

HOW TO SELECT AN IMPREGNATED BIT?

Keep in mind the following:

1. Rock characteristics (Picture 4, page A-4)

2. Drill power (Series description, page A-4)

Low power

High power

(Series description, page A-4) • • Low power High power Higher series Lower series 3. Penetration

(Series description, page A-4) • • Low power High power Higher series Lower series 3. Penetration

Higher series

Lower series

3. Penetration rate and bit life:

• Slow penetration

• Short bit life

rate and bit life: • Slow penetration • Short bit life Higher series Lower series HOW

Higher series

Lower series

HOW TO ORDER AN IMPREGNATED BIT?

Ordering code:

4. Bit size (Chart 1, page A-8)

5. Bit Series (Picture 4, next page)

Example:

HQ 4A

• Impregnated bit size HQ

• Series 4A

• Regular discharge

NOTE If non-standard impregnated bits are required, please go to Options (page A-5)

All kind of impregnated bits are available. In addition, all the orders are warmly accepted according to specific customers requirements

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IMPREGNATED BITS   SERIES SELECTION TABLE     ROCK PROPERTIES   ROCK CHARACTERISTICS

IMPREGNATED BITS

 

SERIES SELECTION TABLE

 
 

ROCK PROPERTIES

 

ROCK CHARACTERISTICS

EXAMPLES

SERIES

DESCRIPTION

FRACTURED

 

ABRASIVE ABRASIVENO

 

SOFT

 

EXTREMELY ABRASIVE, COARSE GRAIN SIZE; SOFT TO VERY HARD, HIGHLY FRACTURED, FAULTS AND SLIDES

LIMESTONE, SANDSTONE,

2A

VERY HARD / FRACTURED TERRAIN

CONGLOMERATE

2

STANDARD

       

VERY ABRASIVE / FRACTURED

SOFT TO MEDIUM, ABRASIVE, MEDIUM TO COARSE GRAIN SIZE, FRACTURED AND CRASHED

SANDSTONE, DOLOMITE, SCHISTS, SERPENTINE, SHALE, TUFFS

3

TERRAIN

 

4A

STANDARD

MEDIUM HARDNESS, ABRASIVE, MEDIUM TO COARSE GRAIN SIZE; FRACTURED

GABRO, ANDESITE, BASALT

6B

STANDARD

   

7

STANDARD

MEDIUM TO HARD, MODERATELY ABRASIVE, MEDIUM GRAIN SIZE, SOLID TO SLIGHTLY FRACTURED

PEGMATITE, GABRO,

   

MONZONITE, ANDESITE

7B

HIGH PENETRATION

 

7F

VERSATILE

     

ABRASIVE / FRACTURED

8

TERRAIN

HARD AND COMPACT FORMATION, FINE TO MEDIUM GRAIN SIZE, SOLID, LOW ABRASIVENESS

PORPHYRY, GRANITE,

   

GNEISS, GABRO

8B

STANDARD

 

8C

VERSATILE, SERIES 7 TO 9

VERY HARD AND COMPACT FORMATION, FINE GRAIN SIZE, NO ABRASIVE

DIORITE, TACONITE,

9C

STANDARD

GNEISS, GRANITE

9D

HIGH PENETRATION

   

10A

HIGH PENETRATION FOR NON POWERFUL DRILLS

10C

HIGH PERFORMANCE IN CHANGEABLE HARDNESS AND ABRASIVENESS

EXTREMELY HARD AND COMPACT FORMATION, VERY FINE GRAIN SIZE, NO ABRASIVE

CHERT, RHYOLITE,

10D

HIGH PENETRATION

COMPACT

QUARTZ, JASPERITE,

HARD

IRONSTONE

10E

VERSATILE, SERIES 9 TO 11

   

EXTREMELY HARD FORMATIONS

11

OR FOR USE WITH NON POWERFUL DRILLS

Picture 4: Available series for impregnated bits

Series 2A

• For extremely abrasive and fractured formations.

• Should be used on powerful drills with high torque and high thrust capability.

Series 2

• Multipurpose, durable and versatile bit.

• Can be used with high bit load without risk of excessive wear.

Series 3

• For soft, very abrasive and fractured formations.

• High penetration in formations that are subject to changes in rock hardness and abrasiveness.

Series 4A

• For soft to medium, abrasive and fractured formations.

• The excessive load can significantly reduce bit life.

Series 6B

• Perform exceptionally well in formations that are subject to changes in rock hardness and abrasiveness.

• Versatile bit with high lifetime and above average penetration rate.

Series 7

• Variable formations tending to medium hardness.

• Long lifetime with high torque and push toleration.

Series 7B

• High performance in hard conditions.

• High penetration and lower power required.

Series 7F

• High performance in formations that are subject to changes in rock hardness and abrasiveness.

• Should be used on powerful drills with high torque and high thrust capability.

Series 8

• Long lifetime in changing formations.

• High torque and push resistance.

Series 8B

• High penetration and lower power required.

• Reduced bit pressures while maintaining or improving bit life.

Series 8C

• Versatile series for hard formations (7 to 9 series characteristics).

• High penetration for medium formations.

Series 9C

• For hard to very hard formations.

• Light fractured and abrasive toleration.

Series 9D

• High penetration in a variety of formations.

• Good for hard formations with hard competent and fractured non abrasive sections.

Series 10A

• Standard series for extremely hard formations.

• Needs high rotational speed and low bit pressure.

Series 10C

• High penetration for extremely hard, with slightly fractured parts, formations.

• Suitable for semi competent and competent non abrasive formations.

Series 10D

• High penetration for extremely hard and competent formations.

• Suitable for competent and non abrasive formations

Series 10E

• High penetration for extremely hard, with fractured abrasive parts, formations.

• High performance for semi competent and slightly abrasive formations.

Series 11

• High penetration for extremely hard and competent formations.

• For use specially with non powerful drill rigs.

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IMPREGNATED BITS NON-STSTANDARD OPTIONS Diamantina Christensen has also impregnated bits with non- standard features upon

IMPREGNATED BITS NON-STSTANDARD OPTIONS

Diamantina Christensen has also impregnated bits with non- standard features upon request. In this section you can order specially designed bits according to your needs:

HOW TO ORDER A NON-STANDARD FEATURE IMPREGNATED BIT?

Ordering code:

1. Bit size (Chart 1, page A-8)

2. Bit series (Picture 4, previous page)

3. Discharge configuration (Picture 5 or 6)

4. Waterway configuration (Picture 7)

5. Bit blank (Picture 8)

Example:

HQ- 4A - Deep waterway discharge for pilot core lifter case - Wide waterway - Reinforced bit blank

• Impregnated bit size HQ

• Series 4A

• Deep waterway discharge for pilot core lifter case

• Wide waterway

• Reinforced blank

STANDARD CORE LIFTER CASE B. A. REGULAR DISCHARGE FACE DISCHARGE
STANDARD CORE LIFTER CASE
B.
A. REGULAR DISCHARGE
FACE DISCHARGE

Picture 5: Available discharges for standard core lifter case

PILOT CORE LIFTER CASE D. C. FACE DISCHARGE DEEP WATERWAY
PILOT CORE LIFTER CASE
D.
C. FACE DISCHARGE
DEEP WATERWAY

Picture 6: Available discharges for pilot core lifter case

Picture 6: Available discharges for pilot core lifter case A . REGULAR WATERWAY B . WIDE

A. REGULAR WATERWAY

discharges for pilot core lifter case A . REGULAR WATERWAY B . WIDE WATERWAY C. TURBO

B. WIDE WATERWAY

C. TURBO WATERWAY D. FACE WATERWAY
C. TURBO WATERWAY
D. FACE WATERWAY

Picture 7: Available waterways configuration

FACE WATERWAY Picture 7: Available waterways configuration Picture 8: Reinforced bit blank upon request *Other options

Picture 8: Reinforced bit blank upon request

*Other options upon request

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A-6 GENERAL DESCRIPTION Diamantina Christensen introduces the latest generation of casing shoes used for drilling down

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

Diamantina Christensen introduces the latest generation of casing shoes used for drilling down or positioning casing tubes in a drilled hole

drilling down or positioning casing tubes in a drilled hole • Impregnated casing shoes are recommended

Impregnated casing shoes are recommended for hard and fractured formations while surface-set diamond casing shoes are recommended for soft to medium hard formations.

The inside diameter is not set with diamonds and fit with the outside diameter of the reaming shell, allowing free passage of rods, core bits, core barrels and reaming shells.

Standard surface-set casing shoes are produced with specially chosen diamonds of 40 spc. Other diamond sizes are availables upon request.

CASING SHOES

HOW TO ORDER A SURFACE-SET DIAMOND CASING SHOE?

Ordering code:

1. Surface-set diamond casing shoe size (Chart 2, page A-8)

Example:

HW Surface-set diamond casing shoe

Surface-set diamond casing shoe size HW

• 40 spc diamond size

HOW TO ORDER A IMPREGNATED CASING SHOE?

Ordering code:

1. Impregnated casing shoe size (Chart 2, page A-8)

Example:

HW Impregnated casing shoe

• Impregnated casing shoe size HW

• Series 2

Options availables upon request:

- Reinforced shoe blank

- Series 7 and 9 for impregnated casing shoes

- Other diamond sizes for surface-set casing shoes

shoes - Other diamond sizes for surface-set casing shoes All kind of casing shoes are available.

All kind of casing shoes are available. In addition, all the orders are warmly accepted according to specific customer's requirements

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GENERAL DESCRIPTION Diamantina Christensen introduces the latest generation of reaming shells utilized to maintain the

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

Diamantina Christensen introduces the latest generation of reaming shells utilized to maintain the hole gauge and stabilize the drilling system during the operation

gauge and stabilize the drilling system during the operation • Reaming shells are produced with high

• Reaming shells are produced with high quality diamonds selected to ensure an optimum performance.

• Deep and wide waterways to facilitate effective flushing and contribute to a long life.

• Designed to be placed behind the core bit to ensure the hole diameter and to assist the core barrel's stabilization.

REAMING SHELLS

HOW TO ORDER A REAMING SHELL?

How to order a reaming shell?

Ordering code:

1. Reaming shell size (Chart 1, page A-8)

Example:

HQ Reaming shell

• Reaming shell size HQ

Options:

Reinforced shell blank available upon request

HQ Options: Reinforced shell blank available upon request All kind of reaming shells are available. In

All kind of reaming shells are available. In addition, all the orders are warmly accepted according to specific customers requirements.

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A-8 CORE BIT & REAMING SHELL SIZES     OUTER DIAMETER INNER DIAMETER OUTER DIAMETER SIZES

CORE BIT & REAMING SHELL SIZES

 
 

OUTER DIAMETER

INNER DIAMETER

OUTER DIAMETER

SIZES

CORE BITS

CORE BITS

REAMING SHELLS

IN

MM

IN

MM

IN

MM

RWT (XRT)

1.175

29.8

0.735

18.7

1.175

29.8

XRPS

1.295

32.9

0.890

22.6

1.295

32.9

EWG, EWL, EWM

1.470

37.3

0.845

21.5

1.485

37.7

EWT (EXT)

1.470

37.3

0.905

23.0

1.485

37.7

IEW

1.470

37.3

0.995

25.3

1.485

37.7

T2-46

1.811

46.0

1.248

31.7

1.823

46.3

TT46, LTK46

1.811

46.0

1.389

35.3

1.823

46.3

AQ

1.875

47.6

1.062

27.0

1.890

48.0

AWG, AWL, AWM

1.875

47.6

1.185

30.1

1.890

48.0

AQTK

1.875

47.6

1.201

30.5

1.890

48.0

AWT (AXT)

1.875

47.6

1.281

32.5

1.890

48.0

ATK34 (AW34)

1.875

47.6

1.320

33.5

1.890

48.0

JKT48, LTK48

1.875

47.6

1.389

35.3

1.890

48.0

AXC (AWC3)

1.890

48.0

1.062

27.0

1.890

48.0

T2-56

2.205

56.0

1.642

41.7

2.216

56.3

TT56, LTK56

2.205

56.0

1.783

45.3

2.216

56.3

BQ3

2.345

59.6

1.320

33.5

2.360

59.9

BQ

2.345

59.6

1.433

36.4

2.360

59.9

BQTK

2.345

59.6

1.601

40.7

2.360

59.9

BTW

2.345

59.6

1.654

42.0

2.360

59.9

BWG, BWL, BWM

2.345

59.6

1.655

42.0

2.360

59.9

BTK44 (BW44)

2.345

59.6

1.755

44.6

2.360

59.9

BXB (BWC3)

2.360

59.9

1.433

36.4

2.360

59.9

BQ (oversize)

2.440

62.0

1.433

36.4

2,440

62.0

T2-66

2.598

66.0

2.035

51.7

2.609

66.3

NQ3, NQTT

2.965

75.3

1.775

45.1

2.980

75.7

NQ

2.965

75.3

1.875

47.6

2.980

75.7

NQ2

2.965

75.3

1.995

50.7

2.980

75.7

NWG, NWL, NWM

2.965

75.3

2.155

54.7

2.980

75.7

NTW

2.965

75.3

2.209

56.1

2.980

75.7

NXB (NWC3)

2.980

75.7

1.875

47.6

2.980

75.7

NWD4

2.980

75.7

2.060

52.3

2.980

75.7

T2-76

2.992

76.0

2.429

61.7

3.006

76.4

NQ (oversize)

3.032

77.0

1.875

47.6

3,032

77.0

NXB (oversize)

3.032

77.0

1.875

47.6

3.032

77.0

HXB (HWD3)

3.650

92.7

2.400

61.0

3.650

92.7

HXB (oversize)

3.750

95.3

2.400

61.0

3.750

95.3

HQ3, HQTT

3.763

95.6

2.406

61.1

3.783

96.1

HQ

3.763

95.6

2.500

63.5

3.783

96.1

HQ (oversize)

3.830

97.3

2.500

63.5

3.850

97.8

HWG

3.890

98.8

3.000

76.2

3.907

99.2

CHD101

3.968

100.8

2.500

63.5

3.990

101.3

PQ3

4.805

122.0

3.270

83.1

4.828

122.6

PQ

4.805

122.0

3.345

85.0

4.828

122.6

Chart 1: Available core bit and reaming shell sizes

AVAILABLE SIZES

 

CASING SHOE & CASING BIT SIZES

 
 

OUTER DIAMETER CASING BIT & SHOE

INNER DIAMETER

INNER DIAMETER

CASING

CASING BIT

CASING SHOE

SIZE

 

IN

MM

IN

MM

IN

MM

RW

1,470

37.7

1,000

25.4

1,186

30.0

EW

1,875

47.6

1,405

35.6

1,500

37.9

AW

2,345

59.5

1,780

45.2

1,905

48.2

BW

2,965

75.3

2,215

56.2

2,375

60.1

NW

3,615

91.8

2,840

72.1

3,000

75.9

HW

4,625

117.4

3,778

95.9

3,925

99.6

PW

5,650

143.5

4,632

117.4

4,858

121.3

SW

6,790

172.4

5,632

142.8

5,941

146.7

UW

7,800

196.1

6,755

171.4

6,906

175.3

ZW

8,810

223.7

7,755

196.8

7,977

200.7

Chart 2: Available casing shoe sizes

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The most important parameters to consider for a correct function of the bits are: -

The most important parameters to consider for a correct function of the bits are:

- Rotational Speed

-

- Fluid Flow

Bit Weight

Rotational Speed

The rotational speed depends on the types of formation that are being perforated and the interrelation among the capacities of the drill and the individual style of drilling.

The most important factor to consider to optimize the bit life is the penetration rate index or RPI. This factor is determined by dividing the rotational speed (rev / min) by the penetration rate (in / min).

Example: 1200 (rev/min) at 6 (in/min) will result in

RPI = 1200 rpm = 200 rev/in

6

in/min

For optimum performance, the operator should maintain a penetration rate index between 200 - 250 revolutions per inch drilled. If RPI rate is too low an excessive wear will occur to your bit, so you should either increase rpm or decrease the penetration rate by reducing bit weight. On the other hand, if the RPI is too high, the bit might polish and the velocity of

OPERATIONAL PARAMETERS

penetration will be reduced, so you should decrease rpm or increase the penetration rate by increasing bit weight.

Bit weight

The bit weight should be applied depending on the velocity of rotation to maintain the bit penetrating, just as the RPI factor indicate. Nevertheless, if the load applied is too high can cause a premature wear of the bit or even a mechanical failure. If the load applied is too low, the bit might polish requiring the matrix surface to be removed to expose a new layer of diamonds.

Fluid Flow

The fluid flow is another critical variable to optimize the drilling efficiency. The purpose of this fluid is to cold down and to minimize the accumulattion of material at the bit face. Generally, cuttings should always have an upward velocity of 4 inch/sec (10cm/sec). A too high volume of fluid can cause hydraulic lift that seriously affect the bit weight and consequently drilling performance. A low volume of fluid can cause a premature wear of the crown due to the abrasive action of the cuttings.

The following chart ilustrate the minimum and maximum operational parameters to achieve a optimum performance for impregnated bits:

 

OPERATIONAL PARAMETERS

 

BIT SIZE

 

FLUID FLOW

 

BIT WEIGHT

 

ROTATIONAL

PENETRATION RATE

PENETRATION RATE

 

SPEED

INDEX (In/Min)

INDEX (Cm/Min)

Gal/Min

Litres/Min

Lb

 

Kg

RPM

200 RPI

250 RPI

80 RPC

100 RPC

         

2,300

11.5

9.2

29

23

TT-46

2.5 - 3.5

9 - 13

1,000-3,000

450

- 1,350

1,400

7

5.6

18

14

 

1,000

5

4

13

10

         

2,000

10

8

25

20

AQ

4

- 5

15

- 19

2,000-5,000

900

- 2,270

1,200

6

4.8

15

12

     

850

4.25

3.4

11

9

         

1,700

8.5

6.8

22

17

BQ

6

- 8

23

- 30

2,000-5,000

900

- 2,270

1,000

5

4

13

10

     

700

3.5

2.8

9

7

         

1,350

6.75

5.4

17

14

NQ

8 - 10

 

30

- 38

3,000-6,000

1,360 - 2,720

800

4

3.2

10

8

   

550

2.75

2.2

7

6

         

1,000

5

4

13

10

HQ

10

- 12

38

- 45

4,000-8,000

1,810 - 3,630

600

3

2.4

8

6

   

400

2

1.6

5

4

         

800

4

3.2

10

8

PQ

18

- 23

68

- 87

5,000-10,000

2,270 - 4,540

500

2.5

2

6

5

   

350

1.75

1.4

4

4

Chart 3: Oprerational perameters for impregnated bits

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A-9

A-10

A-10 When an impregnated bit is removed from the drill hole after use, the resulting wear

When an impregnated bit is removed from the drill hole after use, the resulting wear pattern is an important source of information for the operator. The following illustrations will help identify and remedy many of the common fields problems:

help identify and remedy many of the common fields problems: NEW BIT A bit face without
help identify and remedy many of the common fields problems: NEW BIT A bit face without
help identify and remedy many of the common fields problems: NEW BIT A bit face without

NEW BIT

A bit face without use

IDEAL WEAR PATTERN

The face wear pattern on

a properly used

impregnated bit should be relatively flat with slightly chamfered sides

NORMAL RETIREMENT The bit must be retired when the full depth of impregnation is evenly consumed. The first indicator that a

bit is normal retirement is

a rise in pump pressure

due to the diminishing depth of waterways

in pump pressure due to the diminishing depth of waterways WEAR PATTERNS CRACKED WATERWAYS Possible causes:
in pump pressure due to the diminishing depth of waterways WEAR PATTERNS CRACKED WATERWAYS Possible causes:
in pump pressure due to the diminishing depth of waterways WEAR PATTERNS CRACKED WATERWAYS Possible causes:

WEAR PATTERNS

CRACKED WATERWAYS

Possible causes:

- Excessive bit load

- The drill string was accidentally dropped in the hole

- Free fall of the inner tube through the drill rod string in a dry hole

- Bit crushed by the rod holder or foot clamp

BURNT CROWN Lack of fluid circulation throught the bit face

Possible causes:

- Internal core barrel fluid restrictions due to the incorrect adjustment of the inner tube

- Fluid leaks in the drill rod string, water swivel or hoses

-

Failure of the fluid circulation pump

-

Blocked waterway canals of the bit by pebbles or other debris

OUTER DIAMETER GAUGE LOSS

Possible causes and solutions:

- Vibration: Lower the rotational speed

- Lack of fluid circulation:

Check possible leaks or increase the flow rate

- Bit is reaming an undersized hole: Check the reaming shell diameter and replaced if found undersized

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CONVEX FACE WEAR Possible causes and solutions: - Insufficient fluid circulation throught the bit face:
CONVEX FACE WEAR Possible causes and solutions: - Insufficient fluid circulation throught the bit face:
CONVEX FACE WEAR Possible causes and solutions: - Insufficient fluid circulation throught the bit face:
CONVEX FACE WEAR Possible causes and solutions: - Insufficient fluid circulation throught the bit face:

CONVEX FACE WEAR

Possible causes and solutions:

- Insufficient fluid circulation throught the bit face:

Check possible leaks in the drill rod string or increase the pump output

- Cutting remains at the outside edge of the hole, wearing the outside rim of the bit: Increase the fluid flow

INNER DIAMETER GAUGE LOSS

Possible causes and solutions:

- The bit is overfeeded:

Reduce the penetration rate

- Drilling into a highly broken formation: Change to a lower series bit

- Drilling over lost core:

Check the core tube contents

- Lack of fluid circulation:

Examinate the inner tube length adjustment to ensure that there are no fluid restrictions within the core barrel assembly. Also check possible leaks in the drill rod string and the pump output

CONCAVE FACE WEAR

Possible causes and solutions:

- Excessive penetration rate for the rotational speed used: Reduce the penetration rate or/and increase the rotational speed

- This wear pattern also can be caused by core grindings or overdrilling

pattern also can be caused by core grindings or overdrilling SHARPENING TECHNIQUES: WEAR PATTERNS EXCESSIVE DIAMOND
pattern also can be caused by core grindings or overdrilling SHARPENING TECHNIQUES: WEAR PATTERNS EXCESSIVE DIAMOND

SHARPENING TECHNIQUES:

WEAR PATTERNS

EXCESSIVE DIAMOND EXPOSURE The matrix abrades away before the diamonds have become worn. Because of the insufficient matrix, the diamonds are released prematurely resulting in low bit life.

Possible causes and solutions:

- The penetration rate is too high for the rotational speed in use: Increase the rotational speed or reduce the penetration rate

- The matrix is too soft for the ground conditions:

Change to a lower series bit

GLAZED FACE The diamonds on the bit face have become completely embedded in the matrix

Solutions:

- Drill with a higher penetration rate, slower rotational speed or lower fluid circulation rate in order to abrade the matrix and re-expose the diamond crystals

- If the bit face glazes repeatedly, change to a higher series number

Out of-Hole Method: sandblast the face with an abrasive media,

or use a tapping action with a flat file to roughen the surface of the bit face.

In-Hole Method: with the bit on the bottom of the drill hole, reduce the rotational speed to about 50% to 70% of the normal rotational speed. Try to maintain a constant penetration rate for

a distance of ½ to 1½ inches (1-3cm) while bit pressure gradually increase, then the bit pressure will drop quickly indicating that the bit face has sharpened and will now cut freely. Important: inmediately reduce bit pressure and increase rotational speed to conform to the correct RPI.

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A-11

SECTION B TABLE OF CONTENTS WIRELINE CORE BARREL SECTION Wireline Core Barrels & Overshot  

SECTION B

TABLE OF CONTENTS WIRELINE CORE BARREL SECTION

Wireline Core Barrels & Overshot

 

B-2

Wireline Accessories

 

B-12

Wireline Overshots "Roller Type"

 

B-14

Wireline Core Barrel Triple Tube

 

B-18

Wireline Conversion Kits W/L to W/L 3

B-26

Wireline Core Lifter Options W/L 3

 

B-27

Fluid Control Kit

 

B-28

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B-1

42010013000 Locking coupling standard 42010014000 Adaptor coupling 42010016000 Landing ring 42010020005 Outer Tube- 5'

42010013000

Locking

coupling

standard

42010014000

Adaptor

coupling

42010016000

Landing ring

42010020005

Outer Tube- 5'

42010020010

Outer Tube - 10'

42010018000

Inner tube

stabilizer

42010019000

Thread

protector

WIRE LINE CORE BARREL "KNUCKLE HEAD" SIZE: A W/L

Assemblies Weight Group Part Number Description Lbs. Kgs. 42010001005 A W/L Core Barrel Assy x
Assemblies
Weight
Group
Part Number
Description
Lbs.
Kgs.
42010001005
A W/L Core Barrel Assy x 5'
35.00
15.80
A
42010001010
A W/L Core Barrel Assy x 10'
58.00
26.30
42010002005
A W/L Inner Tube Assy x 5'
11.00
4.90
B
42010002010
A W/L Inner Tube Assy x 10'
16.00
7.20
C
42010003000
A W/L Head Assy.
5.70
2.50
42010004095
Lock nut
42010004100
Spindle assy
42010004005
Spearhead point
42010004020
42010009005
Spring pin (5/16" x 3/4")
Inner Tube - 5'
42010009010
Inner Tube - 10'
42010004010
Compression spring
42010004015
Detent plunger
42010004105
Shut-off valve
(2)
42010004045
Spearhead base
42010004110
Valve adjusting
washer (2)
42010004115
Ball thrust
42010004040
bearing
Spring pin (2)
(5/16" x 1 1/8")
42010004035
42010004120
Latch retracting
Spindle bearing
case
42010004160
Hanger bearing
42010004020
42010004050
Spring pin (5/16" x 3/4")
42010004130
Compression
spring
42010004070
42010004055
Spring pin (1/4" x 3/4")
42010004135
Latch (2)
Self lock nut
42010004065
42010004080
42010004145
Upper body
Grease fitting
42010011000
Stop ring
42010004085
42010004075
Landing
42010004140
Latch body
42010012000
shoulder
Inner tube
cap assy FF
assy
Core lifter
42010004150
42010010000
Steel ball
42010004090
Core lifter
Lower body
case
42010004155
Check valve body

C

B

A

B-2

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  42013003010 Wire rope thimble (3/16") 42013003015 Eye bolt B   42013003020
 

42013003010

Wire rope

thimble (3/16")

42013003015

Eye bolt

B

 

42013003020

Cable swivel

collar

 

42013003025

Needle thrust

bearing

 

42013003030

Nut

42013003035

Cotter pin (3/32" x 1")

42010004145

Grease fitting

42013003200

Cable

swivel body

42013004200

Jar head

bottom

WIRE LINE OVER SHOT "KNUCKLE HEAD" SIZE: A W/L

 

Assemblies

Group

Part Number

Description

Weight

Lbs.

Kgs.

A

42013001005

A W/L Over Shot Assy

16.35

7.40

B

42013002000

A W/L Cable Swivel Assy

0.56

0.20

42013004100

 

Jar tube

weldment

42013003300

Selft lock nut

42013003500

Jar staff

 

42013003600

Overshot head

 

42013003900

Spiral pin (2) (3/16" x 1")

Spiral pin (2) (3/16" x 1")

42013003700

Lifting dog

spring

42013003800

 

Lifting dog pivot pin (3/8"x 1 1/8")

42013004000

Lifting dog (2)

42013003400

42013003900

Locking sleeve

Spring pin (3/16" x 1")

A

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B-3

42020013000 Locking coupling standard 42020014000 Adaptor coupling 42020016000 Landing ring 42020020005 Outer Tube -

42020013000

Locking

coupling

standard

42020014000

Adaptor

coupling

42020016000

Landing ring

42020020005

Outer Tube - 5'

42020020010

Outer Tube - 10'

42020018000

Inner tube

stabilizer

42020019000

Thread

protector

WIRE LINE CORE BARREL "KNUCKLE HEAD" SIZE: B W/L

Assemblies Weight Group Part Number Description Lbs. Kgs. 42020001005 B W/L Core Barrel Assy x
Assemblies
Weight
Group
Part Number
Description
Lbs.
Kgs.
42020001005
B
W/L Core Barrel Assy x 5'
54.00
24.50
A
42020001010
B
W/L Core Barrel Assy x 10'
90.00
40.80
42020002005
B
W/L Inner Tube Assy x 5'
21.00
9.50
B
42020002010
B
W/L Inner Tube Assy x 10'
28.00
12.70
C
42020003000
B
W/L Head Assy.
11.50
5.20
42020004095
Lock nut
42020004100
Spindle assy
42020004005
Spearhead point
42020004020
42020009005
Spiral pin (7/16" x 1")
Inner Tube - 5'
42020009010
Inner Tube - 10'
42020004010
Compression spring
42020004015
Detent plunger
42020004105
Shut-off valve
(2)
42020004045
Spearhead base
42020004110
Valve adjusting
washer (2)
42020004115
Ball thrust
42020004040
bearing
Spring pin (2)
(3/8" x 1 5/8")
42020004035
42020004120
Latch retracting
Spindle bearing
case
42020004115
Ball thrust bearing
42020004060
42020004050
Spiral pin (3/8" x 1 1/4")
42020004130
Latch spring
Compression
spring
42020004070
42020004055
Spring pin (1/4" x 1 1/4")
42020004135
Latch (2)
Self lock nut
42020004065
Latch support
42020004080
42010004145
Upper body
Grease fitting
42010011000
Stop ring
42020004085
42020004075
Landing
Latch body
42010012000
42020004140
shoulder
assy
Core lifter
Inner tube
cap assy FF
42020004150
42010010000
Steel ball
42020004090
Core lifter
Lower body
case
42020004155
Check valve body

C

B

A

B-4

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42013003010

Wire rope

thimble (3/16")

42013003015

Eye bolt

B

 

42013003020

Cable swivel

collar

 

42013003025

Needle thrust

bearing

 

42013003030

Nut

42013003035

Cotter pin (3/32" x 1")

42010004145

Grease fitting

WIRE LINE OVER SHOT "KNUCKLE HEAD" SIZE: B W/L

Assemblies

Group

A

B

Part Number

Description

Weight

Lbs.

Kgs.

42023001005

B W/L Over Shot Assy

23.00

10.40

42013002000

A W/L Cable Swivel Assy

0.56

0.20

42023004200

Jar tube

weldment

42023003300

Selft lock nut

42023003500

Jar staff

42023003200

Cable

swivel body

42023004300

Spiral pin (2) (7/32" x 1 1/4")

Spiral pin (2) (7/32" x 1 1/4") 42023003600

42023003600

 

Machine screw

 

42023003800

Lifting dog

spring

42023003400

Locking sleeve

42023004100

Lifting dog (2)

42023003900

Lifting dog pivot pin (1/8"x 1 7/16")

42023004000

Spring pin (3/16" x 1 3/8")

42023003700

Overshot head

A

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B-5

42030013000 Locking coupling standard 42030014000 Adaptor coupling 42030016000 Landing ring 42030020005 Outer Tube -

42030013000

Locking

coupling

standard

42030014000

Adaptor

coupling

42030016000

Landing ring

42030020005

Outer Tube - 5'

42030020010

Outer Tube - 10'

42030018000

Inner tube

stabilizer

42030019000

Thread

protector

WIRE LINE CORE BARREL "KNUCKLE HEAD" SIZE: N W/L

Assemblies Weight Group Part Number Description Lbs. Kgs. 42030001005 N W/L Core Barrel Assy x
Assemblies
Weight
Group
Part Number
Description
Lbs.
Kgs.
42030001005
N
W/L Core Barrel Assy x 5'
89.70
40.70
A
42030001010
N
W/L Core Barrel Assy x 10'
138.00
62.40
42030002005
N
W/L Inner Tube Assy x 5'
34.40
15.60
B
42030002010
N
W/L Inner Tube Assy x 10'
47.00
21.30
C
42030003000
N
W/L Head Assy.
20.13
9.10
42030004095
Lock nut
42030004100
Spindle assy
42020004005
Spearhead point
42020004020
42030009005
Spiral pin (7/6" x 1")
Inner Tube - 5'
42030009010
Inner Tube - 10'
42020004010
Compression spring
42020004015
Detent plunger
42030004105
Shuft-off valve
(2)
42030004045
Spearhead base
42030004110
Valve adjusting
washer (2)
42030004115
Ball thrust
42030004040
bearing
Spring pin (2)
(1/2" x 2)
42030004035
42030004120
Latch retracting
Spindle bearing
case
42030004160
Hanger bearing
42030004060
42030004050
Spring pin (1/2" x 1 1/2")
42030004130
Latch spring
Compression
42030004070
spring
42030004055
Spring pin (1/4" x 1 1/2")
42030004135
Latch (2)
Self lock nut
42030004065
Latch support
42030004080
42010004145
Upper body
Grease fitting
42030011000
Stop ring
42030004085
42030004075
Landing
Latch body
42030012000
42030004140
shoulder
assy
Core lifter
Inner tube
cap assy FF
42030004150
42030010000
Steel ball
42030004090
Core lifter
Lower body
case
42030004155
Check valve body

C

B

A

B-6

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WIRE LINE OVER SHOT "KNUCKLE HEAD" SIZE: N W/L Assemblies Group A B Part Number

WIRE LINE OVER SHOT "KNUCKLE HEAD" SIZE: N W/L

Assemblies

Group

A

B

Part Number

Description

Weight

Lbs.

Kgs.

42033001005

N W/L Over Shot Assy

35.35

16.00

42013002000

A W/L Cable Swivel Assy

0.56

0.20

 

42013003010

Wire rope

thimble (3/16")

 

42033004200

Jar tube

 

42013003015

weldment

Eye bolt

B

 

42013003020

Cable swivel

collar

 

42013003025

Needle thrust

bearing

42033003300

 

42013003030

Selft lock nut

Nut

42013003035

Cotter pin (3/32" x 1")

 

42033003500

Jar staff

42010004145

Grease fitting

42033003200

Cable

swivel body

42033004300

Spiral pin (2) (1/4" x 1 1/2")

Spiral pin (2) (1/4" x 1 1/2") 42023003600

42023003600

 

Machine screw

 

42023003800

Lifting dog

spring

 

42033003900

Lifting dog

 

42033004100

pivot pin (1/2" x 1 15/16")

Lifting dog (2)

 

42033004000

 

42033003400

Spring pin (1/4" x 1 3/4")

Locking sleeve

42033003700

Overshot head

A

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B-7

42040013000 Locking coupling standard 42040014000 Adaptor coupling 42040016000 Landing ring 42040020005 Outer Tube -

42040013000

Locking

coupling

standard

42040014000

Adaptor

coupling

42040016000

Landing ring

42040020005

Outer Tube - 5'

42040020010

Outer Tube - 10'

42040018000

Inner tube

stabilizer

42040019000

Thread

protector

WIRE LINE CORE BARREL "KNUCKLE HEAD" SIZE: H W/L

Assemblies Weight Group Part Number Description Lbs. Kgs. 42040001005 H W/L Core Barrel Assy x
Assemblies
Weight
Group
Part Number
Description
Lbs.
Kgs.
42040001005
H
W/L Core Barrel Assy x 5'
145.00
65.90
A
42040001010
H
W/L Core Barrel Assy x 10'
214.50
97.20
42040002005
H
W/L Inner Tube Assy x 5'
60.50
27.40
B
42040002010
H
W/L Inner Tube Assy x 10'
79.00
35.80
C
42040003000
H
W/L Head Assy.
41.25
18.70
42040004095
Lock nut
42040004100
Spindle assy
42020004005
Spearhead point
42020004020
42040009005
Spiral pin (7/16" x 1")
Inner Tube - 5'
42040009010
Inner Tube - 10'
42020004010
Compression spring
42020004015
42040004105
Detent plunger
Shut-off valve
(2)
42040004110
42040004045
Valve adjusting
Spearhead base
washer (2)
42040004115
Ball thrust
bearing (2)
42040004040
Spring pin (2)
(1/2" x 2 3/4")
42040004035
42040004120
Latch retracting
Spindle bearing
case
42030004115
Ball thrust bearing
42030004040
42040004050
Spring pin (1/2" x 2")
42040004130
Latch spring
Compression
spring
42040004070
42040004055
Spring pin (3/8" x 2")
Latch (2)
42040004135
Self lock nut
42040004065
Latch support
42040004080
42010004145
Upper body
Grease fitting
42040011000
Stop ring
42040004085
42040004075
Landing
Latch body
42040012000
42040004140
shoulder
assy
Core lifter
Inner tube
cap assy FF
42030004150
42040010000
Steel ball
42040004090
Core lifter
Lower body
case
42030004155
Check valve body

C

B

A

B-8

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WIRE LINE OVER SHOT "KNUCKLE HEAD" SIZE: H W/L Assemblies Group A B Part Number

WIRE LINE OVER SHOT "KNUCKLE HEAD" SIZE: H W/L

Assemblies

Group

A

B

Part Number

Description

Weight

Lbs.

Kgs.

42043001005

H W/L Over Shot Assy

38.60

17.50

42013002000

A W/L Cable Swivel Assy

0.56

0.20

 

42013003010

Wire rope

thimble (3/16")

 

42033004200

Jar tube

 

42013003015

weldment

Eye bolt

B

 

42013003020

Cable swivel

collar

 

42013003025

Needle thrust

bearing

42033003300

 

42013003030

Selft lock nut

Nut

42013003035

Cotter pin (3/32" x 1")

 

42033003500

Jar staff

42010004145

Grease fitting

42033003200

Cable

swivel body

42023003800

Lifting dog

Spring

42033004100

Lifting dog (2)

42033004300

Spiral pin (2) (1/4" x 1 1/2") 42023003600
Spiral pin (2)
(1/4" x 1 1/2")
42023003600

Machine screw

42043003900

Lifting dog pivot pin (1/2"x 2 9/16")

42043003700

Overshot head

42033003400

42043004300

Locking sleeve

Sleeve adapter

A

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B-9

42050013000 Locking coupling standard 42050014000 Adaptor coupling 42050016000 Landing ring 42050020005 Outer Tube -

42050013000

Locking

coupling

standard

42050014000

Adaptor

coupling

42050016000

Landing ring

42050020005

Outer Tube - 5'

42050020010

Outer Tube - 10'

42050018000

Inner tube

stabilizer

42050019000

Thread

protector

WIRE LINE CORE BARREL "KNUCKLE HEAD" SIZE: P W/L

Assemblies Weight Group Part Number Description Lbs. Kgs. 42050001005 P W/L Core Barrel Assy x
Assemblies
Weight
Group
Part Number
Description
Lbs.
Kgs.
42050001005
P
W/L Core Barrel Assy x 5'
232.00
104.80
A
42050001010
P
W/L Core Barrel Assy x 10'
325.00
147.20
42050002005
P
W/L Inner Tube Assy x 5'
116.00
52.40
B
42050002010
P
W/L Inner Tube Assy x 10'
142.00
64.40
C
42050003000
P
W/L Head Assy.
87.45
39.70
42050004085
landing shoulder
42050004095
lock nut
42050004100
Spindle assy
42050004103
42050004110
Shut-off
Valve adjusting
valve (2)
washer (3)
42050009005
Inner Tube - 5'
42010004145
42050009010
Grease fitting
42050004117
Inner Tube - 10'
Thrust bearing
spacer (2)
42050003005
42050003010
Spearhead
point
Pivot pin (3/4" x 2 1/4")
42050004120
42050004115
Spindle bearing
42050003020
Ball thrust bearing (2)
with cage
Compression spring
42050003025
42050004117
Detent plunger
Thrust bearing
spacer (2)
42050004045
Spearhead base
42050004132
Thrust bearing spacer
42050004130
Compression
spring
42050004131
Spring retaining
42050004035
washer
Latch retracting
42050004135
42050004040
case
Self lock nut
Spiral pin (2)
(3/4" x 3 3/4")
42010004145
42050004050
Grease fitting
42050004140
42030004040
42050011000
Latch spring
Spring pin (2)
Stop ring
Inner tube
cap assy FF
(1/2" x 2")
42050004055
42050012000
Latch (2)
42040004040
Core lifter
65100000040
Steel ball
Spring pin
(1/2" x 2 3/4")
42050004165
42050010000
O'ring
Core lifter
42050004065
case
42050004155
Latch support
42050004075
Check valve body
latch body with
landing shoulder
C

B

A

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WIRE LINE OVER SHOT "KNUCKLE HEAD" SIZE: P W/L Assemblies Group A B Part Number

WIRE LINE OVER SHOT "KNUCKLE HEAD" SIZE: P W/L

Assemblies

Group

A

B

Part Number

Description

Weight

Lbs.

Kgs.

42053001005

P

W/L Over Shot Assy

93.15

42.30

42053002000

P

W/L Cable Swivel Assy

4.40

2.00

 

42053003010

Wire rope

thimble (5/16")

 

42033004200

Jar tube

 

42053003015

weldment

Eye bolt

B

 

42053003020

Cable swivel

collar

 

42020004115

Ball thrust

bearing

42053003300

 

42053003030

Self lock nut

Nut

42053003035

Cotter pin (1/8" x 1 3/4")

 

42053003500

Jar staff

42010004145

Grease fitting

42053003200

Cable

swivel body

42053003400

Locking sleeve

42053004300

Spiral pin (2)

(5/16" x 2")

sleeve 42053004300 Spiral pin (2) (5/16" x 2") 42053003800 Lifting dog spring 42053004100 Lifting dog (2)

42053003800

Lifting dog

spring

42053004100

Lifting dog (2)

42053003900

Lifting dog pivot pin (1" x 3 5/16")

42053004400

Spring pin (1/4" x 3")

42053003700

Overshot head

A

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B-11