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User Manual

Power Slip Frame

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1100070 PSF User Manual
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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: General Information


Conventions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
Notes, Cautions, and Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
Illustrations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Safety Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Personnel Training . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Recommended Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
General System Safety Practices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4
Replacing Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4
Routine Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4
Proper Use of Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4
Lifting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4

Chapter 2: Description
General Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
General Arrangement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3
Major Components Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
Power Slip Frame Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
Base Plate Adapters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-7
Control System Kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-7
Hose Kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-7
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-8

Chapter 3: Operation
Basic Operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Theory of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Operational Inspection Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
Operational Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
Operating the Power Slip Frame . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3
Operation Rules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3
Setting the Slips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4
Releasing the Slips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-6
Tripping with the Power Slip Frame . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-8
Running in Hole . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-8
Pulling out of Hole . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-11

Chapter 4: Installation
Pre-installation Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
Unpacking and Handling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
Initial Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Pre-installation Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Required Tools and Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5
Installing the Power Slip Frame and Associated Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5
Positioning the Slip Segment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-6
Install Power Slip Frame System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-8

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Adjusting the Hold Down Magnets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-10


PSF Hydraulics and Controls Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-12
Installing Manually Operated Valve Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-14
Installing IR3080 Remote Operated Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-19
Installing ST-80 Hydraulics Hook Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-23
Inspection and Testing of Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-26
Install Slip Lift and Retention System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-28
Adjusting the Cylinder Arms Lift Height Stops . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-33

Chapter 5: Maintenance
Preventive Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
Maintenance of the PSF Hydraulic System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2
Major Repairs and Modifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-4
Lubrication and Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5
General Lubrication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5
Lubricating critical areas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5
PSF Hydraulic Fluid Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6
PSF Lubricants Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-7
Lubrication Schedules. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-9
Inspection Schedules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-10
Adjustment Procedures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-13
Adjusting the Hydraulic Pressure Reducing Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-15
Adjusting the Hydraulic Flow Control Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-15
Adjusting the Hydraulic Cylinder Counterbalance Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-16
Storage, Transport, and Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-17
Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-17
Transport . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-17
Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-17

Chapter 6: Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting the Power Slip Frame . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
Identifying Troubleshooting Categories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-2
Troubleshooting Fault Symptoms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3

Chapter 7: Drawings & Recommended Spare Parts

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General Information

Conventions
This manual is intended for use by field engineering, installation, operation, and repair
personnel. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information
contained herein. National Oilwell Varco (NOV), will not be held liable for errors in this
material, or for consequences arising from misuse of this material.

Notes, Cautions, and Warnings


Notes, cautions, and warnings provide readers with additional information, and to advise
the reader to take specific action to protect personnel from potential injury or lethal
conditions. They may also inform the reader of actions necessary to prevent equipment
damage. Please pay close attention to these advisories.
Note:

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The note symbol indicates that additional information is
provided about the current topic.

Caution:

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The caution symbol indicates that potential damage to
equipment, or injury to personnel exists. Follow
instructions explicitly. Extreme care should be taken when
performing operations or procedures preceded by this
caution symbol.

Warning:

The warning symbol indicates a definite risk of


equipment damage or danger to personnel. Failure to
follow safe work procedures could result in serious or
fatal injury to personnel, significant equipment
damage, or extended rig down time.

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Illustrations
Illustrations (figures) provide a graphical representation of equipment components or
screen snapshots for use in identifying parts, or establishing nomenclature, and may or
may not be drawn to scale.
For component information specific to your rig configuration, see the technical drawings
included with your National Oilwell Varco documentation.

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Safety Requirements
The National Oilwell Varco equipment is installed and operated in a controlled drilling rig
environment involving hazardous situations. Proper maintenance is important for safe and
reliable operation. Procedures outlined in the equipment manuals are the recommended
methods of performing operations and maintenance.

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To avoid injury to personnel or equipment damage,
carefully observe requirements outlined in this section.

Personnel Training
All personnel performing installation, operations, repair, or maintenance procedures on the
equipment, or those in the vicinity of the equipment, should be trained on rig safety, tool
operation, and maintenance to ensure their safety.

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Personnel should wear protective gear during installation,
maintenance, and certain operations.

Contact the National Oilwell Varco training department for more information about
equipment operation and maintenance training.

Recommended Tools
Service operations may require the use of tools designed specifically for the purpose
described. The equipment manufacturer recommends that only those tools specified be
used when stated. Ensure that personnel and equipment safety are not jeopardized when
following service procedures and that personnel are not using tools that were not
specifically recommended by the manufacturer.

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General System Safety Practices


The equipment discussed in this manual may require or contain one or more utilities such
as electrical, hydraulic, or pneumatic.

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Read and follow the guidelines below before installing
equipment or performing maintenance to avoid
endangering exposed persons or damaging equipment.

R Isolate energy sources before beginning work.


R Avoid performing maintenance or repairs while the equipment is in operation.
R Wear proper protective equipment during equipment installation, maintenance, or
repair.
Replacing Components
R Verify that all components (such as cables, hoses, etc.) are tagged and labeled
during assembly and disassembly of equipment to ensure correct installment.
R Replace failed or damaged components with original equipment manufacturer
certified parts. Failure to do so could result in equipment damage or injury to
personnel.
Routine Maintenance
Equipment must be maintained on a routine basis. Refer to the Maintenance chapter of
this manual for maintenance recommendations.

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Failure to conduct routine maintenance could result in
equipment damage or injury to personnel.

Proper Use of Equipment


National Oilwell Varco equipment is designed for specific functions and applications, and
should be used only for its intended purpose.

Lifting
The lifting procedures should carefully be observed and carried out according to the
manual.

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Description

General Description
The National Oilwell Varco power slip frame system is a hydraulic operated tool for lifting
and lowering drill pipe slip equipment. The power slip frame system handles drill pipe slips
for 2-3/8" to 7" drill pipe. The power slip frame system can simply and rapidly be located
on square drive rotary tables, or round drive rotary tables with optional base plate
adapters. The base plate adapters require only a flat contact surface to allow hold down of
the power slip frame unit into place. The power slip frame unit is a non-rotating unit and
can remain in position on the rotary table with standard slip equipment during drilling
operation with top drive systems.
The power slip frame system improves drilling and tripping operations by eliminating the
difficult and sometimes dangerous task of hand setting and lifting of drill pipe slips. In
combination with pipe handling systems, make up and break out equipment, and with the
personnel moved away from the hazards at well center, drilling operations of setting the
slips are safe and efficient.
When the power slip frame respective control is selected to set slips, the slips segments
are lowered radially inward to the slip bowl to center and grip the drill pipe. When the
power slip frame control is selected to release slips, the slip segments are lifted upward to
a fully raised stop set position. The slips stop set height is adjustable, and set according to
the type of associated slips equipment used.
R Moving upward to release the slips.
R Moving downward to set the slips.

Figure 2-1. Power Slip Frame Raised and Lowered Positions

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Figure 2-2. Power Slip Frame General Arrangement (Typical)

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General Arrangement
The power slip frame system consists of a hydraulic lift mechanism frame unit designed to
lift and lower short-to- x-long drill pipe slips at the drill floor. The power slip frame unit fits
directly over the master bushing and the design of the power slip unit does not extend
beyond the mount position. The power slip frame unit has four lifting shackles located on
the frame unit, and all lifting devices for handling and hoisting of the power slip frame unit
attach to the shackles and never by other parts.
The power slip frame unit attaches easily to the rotary table or mounting surfaces of
different sizes and pin drives by an adapter plate, which is located on the bottom side of
the power slip frame unit. To handle the different sizes surfaces the power slip frame
adapter plate is available in optional sizes. Two hold down magnets mounted on each side
of the power slip frame unit provide a secure platform mount to the rotary table or
mounting surfaces. All models feature a slip lift link and retention system, which permits
the power slip frame to be installed and hook up easily to the different sizes of associated
slip equipment.
Two hydraulic cylinders operate the power slip frame unit. The hydraulic cylinders are
attached to the left hand and right hand arm weldments, which have lift adjustment stops
on each arm weldment to control the slip lift height.
The power slip frame system is operated from a single control source and all operational
positioning of the slips are controlled by one operator through a manual or remote control
system. To handle the different control system requirements the power slip frame control
systems are available in different control configuration kit options and all options are easily
connected to the power slip frame unit.
This general arrangement of the components makes the power slip frame system
adaptable and controllable to various rig configurations and installations.

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Figure 2-3. Power Slip Frame Assembly

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Major Components Description


Each power slip frame system configuration consists of the following major components:
power slip frame unit, base plate adapter, control kit, and hose kit.

Power Slip Frame Unit


The power slip frame unit is a light weight, compact, mechanical vertical lift frame
assembly that utilizes two hydraulic cylinders to pull associated slip equipment upward
and downward from the slip bowl.The power slip frame units consists of:
R Slip base weldment
R Arm weldments
R Hydraulic cylinders
R Lift link and retention system
R Hold down magnets
R Hydraulic manifold assembly
Slip base weldment
The slip base weldment is a rounded, low profile, weldment structure. The slip base
weldment provides pivotal connection points for the LH and RH arm weldments and
hydraulic cylinders. The slip base weldment is designed with a guide plate to guide
associated slip equipment as the slip segments are moved upward or downward from the
slip bowl. The slip base weldment is mounted to the rotary table or rig floor mounting
surface by a bolt on adapter base plate.
Arm weldments
The arm weldment assembly of the power slip frame unit consists of a left and right bottom
arm weldments, a top arm weldment and a pull arm weldment. The power slip frame arm
weldment assembly is a group of linking arms that are connected in parallel linking
arrangement. One end of the LH and RH bottom arm weldments pivots on the slip base
weldment and the other end pivots on the pull arm weldment. One end of the top arm
weldment pivots on the slip base weldment and the other end pivots on the pull arm
weldment.
Hydraulic Cylinders
The upward and downward movement of the pull arm is controlled by two hydraulic vertical
lift cylinders. The hydraulic lift cylinders provide the movement force between the slip base
weldment and pull arm that lift or retract the associated slip equipment in and out of the
slip bowl. The two hydraulic lift cylinders are mechanically connected between the bottom
arm weldments and the pull arm weldment on each side of the power slip frame. One end
of the each hydraulic cylinder pivots on the bottom arm weldment and the other end pivots
on each side of the pull arm weldment.
Each bottom arm weldment is fitted with a cylinder arm lift height stops that must be
adjusted according to the type of associated slip equipment being used. A proper
adjustment set of the cylinder arms lift height stops assures that the associated slip
equipment is not being lift beyond its proper lift height.

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Lift link and retention system


The lift link and retention system is the lifting and interlocking mechanism mounted from
the power slip frame to the associated slip equipment. This mechanism enables
associated slip equipment to be lifted or lowered from the slip bowl when the respective
control is operated. The system retains and secures each slip segment of the associated
slips in a wrap around setup with in the power slip frame.
The pull link is an adjustable lift link rod which fastens to the trunion anchor. The lift link rod
allows the lift link height to be adjusted evenly to the different types of slips when the
intermediate slip section is positioned in the slip bowl. The connecting and locking
hardware components that attach and fastens to the LH, RH slip segments is a set of LH
and RH spring extension arms with spring adjusters that curve around and through the LH
and RH slip segments. The curved application setup of the spring extension arms allow
the slip segments to be attached simply and easily to LH and RH slip segments.
When the associated slip equipment is lifted or lowered from the slip bowl the trunion
anchor pivots on pull arm weldment bracket which allows the connected associated slip
equipment to move up or down on the slip guide plate of the power slip frame. As the slip
segments reach there maximum lift height and spread out to the there fully open position
the spring extension arms conform to the open position and reset to there curved position
when the slips are lowered into the slip bowl.
The lift link retention hardware which consists of retainer pins, cotter pins, hex jam nuts,
and special tension lock washers retains and secures each slip segment in place.
Hold down magnets
The power slip frame unit is secured to the rotary table or mounting surface by two hold
down magnets which are mounted on each side of the power slip frame unit. When the
hold down magnets are engaged a magnetic hold down force is applied and requires no
utilities to maintain this hold down force. The internal mechanism turns the magnets on
and off manually, and to ensure that the magnets stay set a spring load locking pin is
activated when the on/off change over mechanism is set to the on position.
The holds down magnets are mounted in place on the power slip frame base weldment by
a set of brackets, and the magnet setup height is adjusted according to installation
requirements and kept in place with the adjustment keeper plates.
Hydraulic manifold
The power slip frame assembly utilizes an integrated hydraulic manifold assembly that
consists of a manifold block with cartridge type valves that regulate and control the
hydraulic circuit pressure, flow, direction, and counterbalance functions of the hydraulic
circuit components on the power slip frame assembly. (See that Hydraulic schematic
drawing in the technical drawing package.)

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Base Plate Adapters


The power slip frame utilizes optional adapter base plates that are attached to the bottom
side of the power slip frame base weldment. The optional base adapter plates allow for the
power slip frame unit to be mounted various size rotary tables or mounting surfaces.
The base adapter plates are sized to the rotary table opening and master drive bushing
specification. The base plates adapters are available in three rotary table adapter sizes
and configurations. The square drive base plate adapter fits API square drive rotary table
sizes from 17.5” to 27.5”. The pin drive base plate adapters fit the 20.5”, and 37.5” round
drive rotary tables.

Control System Kits


The power slip frame uses an operator-controlled, electro-hydraulic remote control system
or manual hydraulics, which can be operated from anywhere on the drill floor. When the
electric control switch (via remote control) or the hydraulic valve lever (via hand, or foot
controls) is actuated, hydraulic pressure is applied to the hydraulic cylinders. The control
system kit hook up requires only 2 hose from the controls to the power slip frame unit.
The control valve directs pressurized hydraulic fluid to the hydraulic cylinders to shift the
position of the power slip frame unit. The hydraulic pressure in the cylinders move the
power slip frame's weldment arms from a down set position to an up raised position. This
causes the attached slip segments to change position. The hydraulic cylinders on the
power slip frame will stay locked in the last position until a control valve source is actuated
to the opposite position. Refer to the Operations and Installation chapters in this manual
for more information about the controls

Hose Kits
Each respective hydraulic control requires a directional control hose kit that connects from
the control ports of the control valve to the hydraulic jumper hose attached to the hydraulic
manifold assembly of the power slip frame assembly. The manually operated optional
control valves also require a hydraulic supply and return hose kit to connect a pressure
source and return line to the respective hydraulic power unit configuration. All hose
lengths of the hose kits are fitting to fitting, and all hose end fittings are JIC female
connection type.

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Specifications

Table 2-1 Power Slip Frame General Specifications

Weight 440 lbs (200 kg)

Hydraulic System Minimum Operating Flow Rate: 5 gal/min (19 liter/min)


Requirements Minimum Operating Pressure: 2000 psi (138 bars)

API pin drive rotary tables up to 37.5 with appropriate adapter


Fits
plate

API square drive rotary tables up to 27.5 with appropriate


Fits
adapter plate

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Operation

Basic Operation
This chapter explains general power slip frame (PSF) operations. For details regarding
component information, see the General Description section. For specific remote control
console (RCC) functions and operations, see the Remote Control Console Assembly
section the iron roughneck operation and maintenance manual.
To operate the power slip frame to set or raise the slips equipment, connect the hydraulics
control hook-up kit per configuration type.
The power slip frame (PSF) can be operated by a single control source by manually using
a hand or foot hydraulic control valve from anywhere on the drill floor by the using an
electro-hydraulic remote controls. All operations can be performed from either
configuration but only one configuration can be in connected and controlled at any time.
When operating the power slips frame system from the control source to raise or lower the
slips, pressurize hydraulic fluid must be filtered through a high pressure filter prior to
entering the control internal hydraulic circuit. The hydraulic oil flow is internally routed to
ports which lead to either the elector-hydraulic directional control valve, or manual-
hydraulic directional control valve, which are then connected to the power slip frame circuit
devices. The hydraulic fluid cannot exit the control circuit devices unless a control valve
source is actuated to the opposite position.

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CAUTION: Keep the power slip frame area free from
personnel and/or objects in or near the path of activity of
this equipment

The power slip frame slips must be set in the lower position
before releasing the elevator. Otherwise it is most likely
that the tripped pipe is dropped down the well.

Failure to heed this caution could result in injury to


personnel and damage to equipment.

Theory of Operation
Hydraulic pressure is applied to the cylinders when the electric control switch (via remote
control) or the hydraulic valve lever (via hand, or foot controls) is actuated. The control
valve directs pressurized hydraulic fluid to the hydraulic cylinders to shift the position of the
power slip frame unit. The hydraulic pressure in the cylinders move the power slip frame's
weldment arms from a down set position to an up raised position. This cause the attached
slip segments to change positions.
R Moving up to release the slips.
R Moving down to set the slips.

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Operational Inspection Procedures


Before applying hydraulic supply to the power slip frame, perform a though daily inspection
of the equipment.

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Avoid performing maintenance and repairs while the
equipment is in operation.

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Before operating the power slip frame, visually check the
equipment and note any other ongoing operation occurring
in the derrick/mast.

R Flush out any drilling mud, which may accumulate around the power slip frame and/
or slips.
R Visually inspect each magnet device for surface flatness and for any foreign material
presence. If present flush away the foreign material and check the magnetic device
for its positioning holding application.
R Inspect the hydraulic system unit and hydraulic lines for leakage.
R Visually monitor that the slips are setting in the slip bowl before operating with the
Power Slip Frame.

Operational Safety

WARNING: Do not touch or handle the slips when


operating the power slip frame.

R Make sure that all hydraulic lines are isolated before any work is carried out in the
power slip frame.
R Ensure that the power slip frame’s mounting plate is flush with the rotary table, or
mounting surface.
R Ensure that both power slip frame’s base plate magnets are properly adjusted and
both magnets are set to the ON position and magnet lever locked into position.
R Connect all hydraulic equipment and check correct functioning of power slip frame.
R It is recommended to have the power slip frame operated by the driller.
R For smooth operation, it is recommended to slightly lower the pipe with the elevator
while setting the power slip frame slips.

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Operating the Power Slip Frame


The power slip frame should be operated by designated personnel only. It is
recommended to have the power slip frame operated by the driller primarily, or by
maintenance or test personnel when it necessary in the performance of their task or
responsibilities.
The control valve directs pressurized hydraulic fluid to the hydraulic cylinders to operate
the power slip frame. Taking a strain on the drill string and then shifting the power slip
frame control will raise or lower the slips.
R Hand-operated configuration control source controls the power slip frame through
use of a lever operated hydraulic directional control valve. To operate the power slip
with a manual hand operating hook-up kit configuration, shift the hand lever on the
hydraulic directional control valve to its distinct position.
R Foot-operated configuration is controlled by the operator by pressing a foot operated
hydraulic directional control valve. To operate the power slip frame with a manual
foot operating hook up kit configuration, press the foot pedal on the hydraulic
directional control valve to its distinct position.
R Remote operations are initiated from the iron roughneck remote control console
(RCC) by the operator selecting the SLIP control switch. To operate the power slip
with remote control hook up configuration, switch the SLIP selector switch on the
remote control console to energize the power slip frame solenoid, which shift the
hydraulic directional control valve to its distinct position.

Operation Rules

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Do not raise the slips of the power slip frame with the drill
pipe set in the slips. The slips of the power slip frame
should be left in the SET position while supporting drill pipe
and not released until secondary support of the string is in
place.

1. Connect all hydraulic equipment and check for correct functioning of the PSF, slips,
and controls.
2. Check slips of the PSF are set on the correct section of the pipe.
3. Check slips of the PSF for proper fit of size components.
4. With the pipe string being held by the slips, make up or break the upper stand or
joint and handle it.
5. Pick up the weight of the pipe string with the elevator, before raising the slips
6. Set the slips of the PSF and then release the elevator.

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Setting the Slips


This section describes typical operation sequences of setting the slips of the Power Slip
Frame (PSF).

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The slips of the power slip frame should be left in the SET
position while supporting drill pipe and not released until
secondary support of the string is in place.

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CAUTION: Do not raise the power slip frame with drill pipe
set in the slips

1. Pick up the weight of the pipe string with the elevator, before raising the PSF’s slips.
2. Ensure the slips of the power slip frame are in the fully raised position before lower
the drill pipe.
3. Visually monitor the drill pipe traveling downhole to make sure the slips are open
and not interfering with the pipe.

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Figure 3-1. Slips in the SET position.

4. While the drill pipe is slowly being lowered down to the desired point, set the slips to
the fully lowered position (see Figure 4-1) by operating the power slip frame control
source.

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CAUTION: Do not lower the power slip frame while drill
pipe string is traveling into, or pulling out of the hole.

5. Ensure that the slips are fully engaged with the drill pipe before continuing with drill
operations.

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Releasing the Slips


This section describes typical operation sequences of releasing the slips of the Power Slip
Frame (PSF).

WARNING: Do not touch or handle the slips when


operating the power slip frame.

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Do not raise the slips of the power slip frame with the drill
pipe set in the slips. The slips of the power slip frame
should be left in the SET position while supporting drill pipe
and not released until secondary support of the string is in
place.

Figure 3-2. Slips in the fully raised position

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1. Ensure that the area around the power slip frame is clear of any foreign objects and
personnel before raising the slips of the power slip frame.
2. Slightly raise the weight of the drill pipe with the elevator, and then shift the power
slip frame’s hydraulic control to the dictated release position to lift the slips of to the
fully raised position.

WARNING: Do not touch or handle the slips when


operating the power slip frame.

3. Ensure the slips of the power slip frame are in the fully raised position before
lowering the drill pipe.

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CAUTION: Do not lower the power slip frame while drill
pipe is traveling into, or pulling out of the hole.

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Tripping with the Power Slip Frame


This section describes the following typical power slip frame tripping sequences:
R Running in hole
R Pulling out of hole

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Releasing a drill pipe can only be done while raising the
drill pipe slightly while raising the slips. Setting the slips
can be best carried out while lowering the drill pipe slightly.

Running in Hole
Procedure:
1. With the drill pipe string held up by the power slip frame slips; pick up the next joint
of pipe with pipe handling equipment.
.

Figure 3-3. Power slip frame in the “SET” position holding drill pipe string.

2. Hoist the add on stand of pipe and stab it into the pipe string.
3. Make up the joint.
4. Pick up the weight of the pipe string with the pipe handling equipment.
5. Raise the power slip frame slips.

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Figure 3-4. Drill pipe string is being lowered while PSF is in the “FULLY RAISED”
position.

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CAUTION: Do not lower the power slip frame while drill
pipe string is traveling into, or pulling out of the hole.

6. Lower the drill pipe string downhole, stopping when the pipe handling equipment is
just above the power slip frame, and the pipe tool joint is at an approximate height
with the make up/breakout equipment
.

Figure 3-5. Pipe handling equipment stopped just above PSF.

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CAUTION: Use care not to hit the power slip frame with the
pipe handling equipment.

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7. Set the power slip frame slips to grip the pipe and then release the pipe handling
equipment.

WARNING: The PSF slips must be set before releasing


the elevator or secondary support from the drill pipe
and vise vice. Double check by observing the hook
load.

8. Pick up the pipe handling equipment to clear the joint of pipe.

Figure 3-6. PSF slips are “SET” and pipe handling equipment is released and hoisted
up to clear tool joint.

9. Repeat above steps for the next joint.

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Pulling out of Hole


Procedure:
1. Lower the pipe handling equipment over the tool joint.
2. Pick up the string slowly.
3. Raise the power slip frame slips.
4. Pick up the string as far as required.
5. While lowering the string slightly, set the power frame slips.
6. Break out the joint.
7. Remove the stand of pipe and repeat above steps for the next joint.

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Pre-installation Information
This document section describes how to install the power slip frame, and hook up the
power slip frame hydraulic controls; it also provides information on unpacking, handling,
and inspecting the system prior to installation.
Equipment configurations vary from rig to rig. The following installation procedures are
general in nature to accommodate the various configurations. Before installing, see the
General Arrangement drawings and respective assembly drawings, in the Technical
Drawings section of the power slip frame manual.

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Note: For each sequence of installation procedures, make
sure to follow the steps in the order in which they are
represented. The installation operations start with due
consideration to safety requirements.

Unpacking and Handling


Unpack the components of the power slip frame as follows:
R Remove the power slip frame and components from the packing crate.
R Remove any protective covering from the power slip frame or components.
R Clean the power slip frame or components of any nonessential oil or grease used as
protective coating of shipment or storage.
R Locate the slips equipment and check that the slips equipment match drill pipe in
use.
R Hoist slips equipment to the rig floor near the rotary table.

Caution: Lift the power slip by the four lifting shackles only
and never by other parts. Use a four way lifting sling.

R Locate the power slip frame and attach lifting sling to the lifting shackles.
R Hoist power slip frame to the rig floor near the rotary table.
R Locate and position the power slip frame controls and hook up kits.

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Initial Inspection
After unpacking the power slip frame and parts, inspect them as follows,
R Use the shipping documents, drawings and customer configuration to inventory all
components and parts. In the event of a missing or incorrect part, notify your
National Oilwell Varco Service Center.
R Inspect all components and parts for damage or corrosion during shipment including
minor damage to items such as grease fittings, etc. If damage during shipping,
notify the carrier

WARNING: All retention hardware (screws, washers,


nuts, cotter pins, and safety wire) must be installed as
described in these procedures and in the technical
drawings. Failure to do so could result in severe
personnel injury or death, and/or equipment damage.

R Verify there are no missing bolts, nuts, cutter pins, safety wires etc.
R Inspect the power slip frame base and ensure that it matches up to the rotary drive
table.
R Inspect the hydraulic controls and ensure that there is no binding or other problem
with the hydraulic control configuration.

Pre-installation Checklist
Before installing the power slip frame, complete all pre-installation planning and set up
procedures listed in the following pre-installation checklist.

Caution: Ensure the working zone of the power slip frame


is clear of obstruction

R Prior to on site installation, and operations, check over the power slip frame
assemblies, power unit and controls, to assure all components are included and in
serviceable condition. See the General Operations section in this manual, for
operational inspection and operation procedures.
R Ensure that the rotary table and slip bowl faces are clean and free of any foreign
objects.
R Ensure that the rotary drive slots are cleaned out and free of all debris.
R Determine the size of drill pipe to be used for drilling operations. Check that slip
body and slip body inserts match drill pipe in use.
R Ensure that the power slip frame's mounting plate is flush with the rotary table.

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R Visually inspect each magnet device for surface flatness and for any foreign material
presence. If present flush away the foreign material and check the magnetic device
for its positioning holding application.
R Ensure that the power slip frame's lifting eyes are attached and fasten in place.
R Inspect the hydraulic system unit and hydraulic lines for leakage.
R All J-Boxes and electrical equipment for the remote control console equipment are
grounded.
R Ensure that the slips are setting in the slip bowl before operating with the Power Slip
Frame.

Required Tools and Equipment


The following tools and equipment are required to install the power slip frame.
Tuggers
4-way lifting sling rated to lift and support the power slip frame.
Standard tool box (including crescent wrenches, hammers, screwdrivers, Allen wrenches,
pliers, safety wire pliers, etc.).

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Installation
The following installation procedures assume that all pre-installations planning and rig up
has been accomplished.
This section contains installation procedures for the following components:
R Slips
R Power slip frame assembly
R Control system hook up kits
R Slip Lift Link and Retention System

Installing the Power Slip Frame and Associated


Equipment
Before installing the power slip frame, refer to the following drawings or schematics in the
Technical Drawings section of this manual for additional information:
R General arrangement drawings
R Hydraulic and/or electrical schematics
R Respective optional controls hook up kit drawings.
Installing the power slip frame (PSF) unit, slips equipment, and hydraulics consists of:
R Positioning the PSF unit to the rotary table.
R Positioning the slips equipment to align and link up to the PSF unit.
R Installing and hooking up the hydraulics control hook-up kit per configuration type.
Manual control system:
a. Hand valve configuration. Requires hydraulic pressure and return circuit from rig
configuration or iron roughneck configuration systems.
b. Foot valve configuration. Requires hydraulic pressure and return circuit from rig
configuration or iron roughneck configuration systems.
Remote control system:
a. IR3080 remote control console (RCC) with PSF slip controls configuration. The
pressure and return circuits are iron roughneck integrated and no other
hydraulic circuit configuration is required. Refer to the Iron roughneck manual
for RCC hydraulic circuit installation configurations.
R Connecting and adjusting the power slip frame mounting hardware to the slips.

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Positioning the Slip Segment


Prior to installing all of the components of the power slip frame unit and control system on
the drill floor for operations, the associated slip equipment must be pre-positioned.
Positioning the associated slips equipment consists of aligning the slips into the slip bowl
to centerline up to the power slip frame's mounting hardware.
To position the slip equipment:
1. Remove the rotary cover. Set the rotary cover aside and store it for future use as
required.

Caution: Lift the power slip by the four lifting shackles only
and never by other parts. Use a four way lifting sling.

2. Index the center of the drive slots and scribe a symmetrical centerline mark on the
rotary table to orient the center of PSF slips mounting hardware. (see Figure 4-1).

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Note: To facilitate an ease of installation and hook up of the
power slip frame mounting hardware to the slip's
intermediate body segment. Index the center of PSF
mounting hardware to orient the slip equipment's position
when the slip equipment is being lowered into the slip
bowl.

3. Maneuver a single section of drill pipe to the rotary. Lower the section of drill pipe
into the rotary, and manually handle and position a set of slips into the slip bowl.
4. Orient the intermediate body segment of the slips to the reference scribe mark on
the rotary. Set the slips and slightly lower the drill pipe to engage the slips. Engaging
the slips assures that the slips are centered and set to the drill pipe in the slip bowl
(see Figure 4-1).
5. Once the slips are set remove all lifting handles from slips equipment. Set the lifting
handles aside and store them for future use as required.
6. With the slip equipment orientated and set in the slip bowl, proceed next with the
installation mounting of the power slip frame unit.

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Figure 4-1. Positioning the slip equipment

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Install Power Slip Frame System


When pre-installation of the associated slip equipment has been accomplished, the next
procedure is to install the power slip frame system. The power slip frame installation
procedure consists of a final mount of the power slip frame unit, hooking up the power slip
frame hydraulics and controls, and attaching the frame’s mounting hardware to the
associated slip equipment.
To mount the power slip frame unit:
1. Lift the power slip frame and position the frame unit over the rotary table.

Caution: Lift the power slip by the four lifting shackles only
and never by other parts. Use a four way lifting sling.

2. Line up power slip frame base plate mounting pins to the rotary drive slots (see
Figure 4-2) and slowly lower into position.
3. Once the PSF is mounted into position ensure that the PSF base adapter plate is
flush on the rotary table.
4. After positioning and mounting the power slip frame to the rotary table, engage the
hold down magnets to secure the frame unit from moving. (Refer to the next section
“Adjusting the Hold Magnets”, for adjustment procedures of the hold down magnets.

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Figure 4-2. Mounting the power slip frame unit

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Adjusting the Hold Down Magnets


To secure the frame unit there are two magnetic hold down magnets on each side of the
power slip frame unit, which must be adjusted and set.
To Adjust the hold down magnets:
1. Check the hold down magnets for positioning. Typically the magnets are shipped
from the factory with the magnetic devices set back above the power slip frame’s
base plate.
2. To adjust the magnets loosen the magnet adjustment keeper mounting bolts (see
Figure 4-3), on both sides of the right hand and left hand magnets.
3. Engage both magnets to set the adjustment height of the magnets by rotating the
change over mechanism CW to the “ON” position.
4. Check both magnets for proper magnetic contact set to the rotary table surface. No
clearance must be present. If clearance is not correct, ensure that the keeper
adjustment mounting bolts of both magnets are backed out, and re-engage both
magnets.

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Note: Ensure that the rotary table magnet devices are
clean and free of any foreign objects. If present flush away
the foreign material.

5. If both magnet’s positioning application are touching to the rotary surface: then
tighten down the keeper adjustment mounting bolts.

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Note: Ensure that the locking pins of both magnets are set
to keep the ON-OFF mechanism levers in the “ON”
position.

6. With the magnets adjusted and set, proceed next to installing the hydraulics and
controls.

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Figure 4-3. Power slip frame hold down magnets

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PSF Hydraulics and Controls Installation


This section contains installation procedures for the following components:
R PSF manually operated hand or foot configuration type control valve installation
hook up.
R ST-80 hydraulics installation hook.
R IR3080 remote control installation hook up.
Before installing, see the hydraulic schematic, general arrangement drawings and
respective installation kit drawings, in the Technical Drawings section of the Power Slip
Frame Manual for additional information.

Caution: Rig and equipment configurations vary from rig to


rig. To accommodate various configurations, these
installations procedures are general in scope. If you have
any questions as to whether a particular procedure or
installation sequence is applicable to your installation, refer
to engineering drawings in the Technical Drawings section
and/or contact your National Oilwell Varco Service Center.

The installation of the power slip frame (PSF) hydraulics and controls consist of installing
and connecting the hydraulics and controls to the power slip frame (see Figure 4-4).

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Figure 4-4. Optional Power Slip Frame Installation Hydraulic Kits

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Installing Manually Operated Valve Controls


This section contains installation procedures for the following components:
R Pressure supply/return hose kit
R Hand valve control kit.
R Foot valve control kit.
R hydraulic control hose kit.
The installation of the manually operated valve controls (hand or foot configuration)
consists of installing and connecting an external hydraulic supply pressure/return lines to
the hydraulic manual control valve, and then connecting a set of hydraulic control hoses
from the manual control valve to the power slip frame unit (see Figure 4-5) and (see Figure
4-6).
The hydraulic control hose kit does not included hoses from the hydraulic power unit to the
manual controls. An additional power supply/return hose kit is required. Refer to the
hydraulic schematic, general arrangement drawings and respective valve control
installation kit drawings, in the Technical Drawings section of the Power Slip Frame Manual
for additional information.
Once all of the hydraulic hoses have been run and connected to the manual control valve
and to the power slip frame unit, inspect and check the installation for leaks and function.

Warning: Ensure the hydraulic power unit is OFF and


all hydraulic lines are isolated and all hydraulic
pressure is discharged before any installation or
maintenance procedure is preformed. Any unexpected
start-up of equipment during procedure can cause
serious or fatal injury to personnel and/or damage to
the equipment.

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Note: Use the hydraulic components and hardware
provided in the hydraulic control kits and interface hose kits
to connect the respective manually operated control valves
to the power slip frame unit.

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To install a manually operated hydraulic valve controls:


1. Locate and place the respective hydraulic control valve in the designated area (see
Figure 4-5) for hand valve control installation, (see Figure 4-6) for foot valve control
installation,).
2. Locate an external hydraulic pressure and return source (manually operated type
control valves only).

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Note: The hydraulics for the manually operated power slip
frame system consists of providing an external hydraulic
circuit source of hydraulic supply and return to the
hydraulic control valve and attaching the hoses kits from
the control valve to the power slip frame.

Warning: Exercise extreme caution when performing


installation or maintenance on the hydraulic system.
Fluid escaping under pressure can easily cause
serious or fatal injury to personnel and/or damage to
the equipment.

3. Attach the external hydraulic pressure and return circuit hydraulic hoses to the
respective hydraulic control valve’s pressure and return (“P” &”T”) ports (see Figure
4-5) and (see Figure 4-6).
4. Locate the hydraulic control kit hoses for the manual operated controls valves and
attach one end of the hydraulic control hoses to the hydraulic control valve’s
directional “A” and “B”’ ports.
5. Locate and attach the hydraulic quick connectors to the other end of the hydraulic
control kit hoses (see the general arrangement drawings and respective installation
kit drawings, in the Technical Drawings section of the Power Slip Frame Manual).
Use the quick connectors on the control kit hose ends to connect to the power slip
frame to facilitate installation and maintenance. The quick connectors coupling sets
are found on the ends of the power slip frame’s jumper hoses. The jumper hoses
connect to the power slip frame’s hydraulic manifold directional “VA and “VB” ports.

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Note: The power slip frame jumper hose are typically
shipped with two sets of hydraulic quick connectors. Attach
one set of the quick connectors to one end of the control kit
hoses.

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6. With the respective manually operated hydraulic control valve (hand control or foot
control directional control valve) installed, proceed next to inspecting and checking
the controls installation for leaks and function (see the Inspection and Testing of
Controls section for information).

Caution: To prevent damage to the control kit hoses, make


sure hoses are routed clear and free from any interface
with drill floor operations.

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Figure 4-5. Hand valve control installation

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Figure 4-6. Foot valve control installation

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Installing IR3080 Remote Operated Controls


This section contains installation procedures for the following components:
R IR3080 remote controls with integrated slip controls.
R IR3080 hydraulic control hose kit.
The installation of the IR3080 remote controls to the power slip frame unit consists of
installing and connecting hydraulic control hoses from the IR3080 remote controls to the
power slip frame unit (see Figure 4-7).
The hydraulic control hose kit hoses does not included hoses from the hydraulic power
unit to the remote controls. Refer to the hydraulic schematic, general arrangement and
respective hydraulic hose kit drawings, in the Technical Drawings section of the Power Slip
Frame Manual, and the IR3080 User’s Manual for additional information.
Once all the hydraulic hoses have been run and connected to the power slip frame unit,
inspect and check the installation for leaks and function.

Warning: Ensure the hydraulic power unit is OFF and


all hydraulic lines are isolated and all hydraulic
pressure is discharged before any installation or
maintenance procedure is preformed. Any unexpected
start-up of equipment during procedure can cause
serious or fatal injury to personnel and/or damage to
the equipment.

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Note: Use the hydraulic components and hardware
provided in the IR3080 remote control interface hose kits to
connect the respective remote operated control system to
the power slip frame unit.

Warning: Exercise extreme caution when performing


installation or maintenance on the hydraulic system.
Fluid escaping under pressure can easily cause
serious or fatal injury to personnel and/or damage to
the equipment.

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To install an IR3080 remote operated controls:


1. Locate and place the respective IR3080 remote controls with integrated slip controls
in the designated area.

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Note: The IR3080 remote controls hydraulic pressure
supply and return is providing from the hydraulic circuit
source of an NOV hydraulic power unit or from a customer
supplied configurations.

2. Attach the IR3080 hydraulic control kit hoses to the jumper hoses from the IR3080
electro-hydraulic assembly “VA” &”VB” (see Figure 4-7).
3. Locate and attach the hydraulic quick connectors to the other end of the hydraulic
control kit hoses (see the general arrangement drawings and respective installation
kit drawings, in the Technical Drawings section of the Power Slip Frame Manual).
Use the quick connectors on the control kit hose ends to connect to the power slip
frame to facilitate installation and maintenance. The quick connectors coupling sets
are found on the ends of the power slip frame’s jumper hoses. The jumper hoses
connect to the power slip frame’s hydraulic manifold directional “VA and “VB” ports.

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Note: The power slip frame jumper hose are typically
shipped with two sets of hydraulic quick connectors. Attach
one set of the quick connectors to one end of the control kit
hoses.

4. With the respective IR3080 remote operated controls installed, proceed next to
inspecting and checking the controls installation for leaks and function (see the
Inspection and Testing of Controls section for information).

Caution: To prevent damage to the control kit hoses, make


sure hoses are routed clear and free from any interface
with drill floor operations.

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Figure 4-7. IR3080 remote controls installation

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Installing ST-80 Hydraulics Hook Up


This section contains installation procedures for the following components:
R ST-80 iron roughneck hydraulics.
R Pressure supply/return hoses.
R Manually operated control valve.
The installation of the ST-80 hydraulics hook up consists of installing hydraulic piping tees
and adapters in the ST-80 hydraulic system to branch off a pressure supply line and return
line for the manually operated controls (see Figure 4-8).
The installation of the manually operated valve controls (hand or foot configuration)
consists of installing the manually operated control valves, connecting of hydraulic supply
pressure/return lines from the ST-80 hydraulic system to the hydraulic manual control
valve, and then connecting the hydraulic control hoses from the control valve to the power
slip frame unit (see Figure 4-5) and (see Figure 4-6).
Once the ST-80 hydraulics is installed and all of the hydraulic hoses have been run and
connected to the manual control valve and to the power slip frame unit, inspect and check
the installation for leaks and function.

Warning: Ensure the hydraulic power unit is OFF and


all hydraulic lines are isolated and all hydraulic
pressure is discharged before any installation or
maintenance procedure is preformed. Any unexpected
start-up of equipment during procedure can cause
serious or fatal injury to personnel and/or damage to
the equipment.

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Note: Use the hydraulic components and hardware
provided in the ST-80 hydraulics interface hardware kits to
connect the respective manually operated control system
to the power slip frame unit.

Warning: Exercise extreme caution when performing


installation or maintenance on the hydraulic system.
Fluid escaping under pressure can easily cause
serious or fatal injury to personnel and/or damage to
the equipment.

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To install ST-80 hydraulics and manual operated controls:


1. Locate the ST-80 pressure supply/return hydraulic circuit lines (see Figure 4-8).
Refer to the hydraulic schematic, general arrangement and respective hydraulic
hose kit drawings, in the Technical Drawings section of the Power Slip Frame
Manual, and the ST-80 User’s Manual for additional information.
2. Break open the hydraulic pressure supply circuit line and attach a 1” bulkhead tee
(NOV # 7819865) with a 1” to 3/8” reducer adapter (NOV # 7817263) in-line with the
pressure supply line.
3. Break open the hydraulic return circuit line and attach a 1-1/4” bulkhead tee (NOV #
7819832) with a 1-1/4” to 1/2” reducer adapter (NOV # 7817263)in-line with the
return circuit line.
4. Locate and place the respective hydraulic control valve (see Figure 4-5) for hand
valve control installation, (see Figure 4-6) for foot valve control installation,) in the
designated area.
5. Locate and attach the pressure supply/return hoses to the ST-80 hydraulic pressure
supply/return connection points.
6. Attach the other end of the pressure supply and return hydraulic hoses to the power
slip frame hydraulic directional control valve’s pressure and return (“P” &”T”) ports
(see Figure 4-5) and (see Figure 4-6).

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Figure 4-8. ST-80 hydraulics installation

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Inspection and Testing of Controls


The following procedures assume that you have installed and pre-commissioned the
hydraulic power source.

Caution: Do not operate the power slip frame until


preforming a pre-power up inspection.

Pre-Power Up inspection
R Verify that pressure, and tank circuit lines from power source are connected to the
respective control valve (manually operated type control valves only).
R Verify that directional control circuit lines from the respective control valves are
connected the right way with the correct quick connectors to the power slip frame
according to installation hook up and hydraulic schematic drawings.
R Ensure power slip frame unit is free of interference.
R Ensure that the controls are set to the neutral position.
R Ensure that the hydraulic power source is ready for service.
To test the power slip frame controls installation:
1. Turn “ON” the hydraulic power.
2. Operate the respective controls and verify power slip frame lifts and retracts
properly. If the power slip frame actuates in the wrong direction swap the “VA” and
“VB” connectors at the jumper hose ends (see Figure 4-5) for hand valve controls,
(see Figure 4-6) for foot valve controls, and (see Figure 4-7) for IR3080 remote
controls.

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Note: Ensure the units sets in 2 seconds and releases in 3
seconds. If any problems are noted during the testing of
the controls, troubleshoot the system using the
troubleshooting procedure in the Troubleshooting section,
or refer to the Maintenance section for adjusting
procedures.

3. Operate the respective control valve and preform a least 20 up/down cycles
checking for interference and leaks.

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Note: If the PSF needs to be disconnected from the
controls, the power slip frame will be hydraulic locked in the
last position.

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4. Leave the power slip frame in the fully lowered position, proceed next to installing
the power slip frame’s slip lift link and retention system to the slips.

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Note: When the associated slip equipment has been
connected to the lift link and retention system of the power
slip frame, ensure the slips do not extend above the slip
guide plate. Refer to the Adjusting the Cylinders Arm Lift
Height Stops procedure section in this chapter for
adjustment procedures to set the lift height stops.

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Install Slip Lift and Retention System


The following procedures assume you have positioned the associated slips equipment in
the slip bowl with the intermediate segment of the slips aligned to the centerline of the slip
lift link of the power slip frame. The power slip frame unit is mounted to the rotary table, the
magnet hold downs are set, and all required hydraulic lines and controls are connected
and have been tested.
This section contains hook up procedures for the following components.
R Power slip frame lift link components
R Power slip frame lift Link retention hardware
R Slips (provided by other
See the General Assembly and Power Slip Frame Assembly drawings in the Technical
Drawing s section of the Power Slip Frame Manual to install the slips lift link and retention
hardware.)

Figure 4-9. Lift link system main components

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Figure 4-10. Lift Link and Retention System

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To install slips lift link and retention system.


The lift link and retention system (see Figure 4-10) is typically shipped attached on the
power slip frame unit.

Warning: Ensure the hydraulic power unit is OFF and


all hydraulic lines are isolated and all hydraulic
pressure is discharged before any installation or
maintenance procedure is preformed. Any unexpected
start-up of equipment during procedure can cause
serious or fatal injury to personnel and/or damage to
the equipment.

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Note: Use the slip lift link components and hardware
provide with the power slip frame unit assembly to connect
the associated slips equipment to the power slip frame.

Caution: Use care not to drop any of the power slip frame
linking components and/or retention hardware.

To facilitate hook up of the slips to the power slip frame, separate and breakdown the lift
link and retention components and hardware into individual pieces. Then connect and
unitize the separated pieces of the link and retention system to the power slip frame as
follows:
1. Verify that the intermediate slip segment of the associated slips equipment is seated
in the slip bowl with the drill pipe engaged is symmetrically centered to the
centerline of the lift link components of the power slip frame (see Figure 4-1). Refer
to Positioning the Slips section in this chapter for associated slip equipment
positioning information.
2. Loosen the jam nut on lift link rod, and unscrew and guide the lift link rod until the
slotted end of the lift link is positioned over the intermediate slip segments inner rib.
3. Keep adjusting the lift link until the pin bore of the slotted end of the lift link and the
pin bore of the intermediate slip segment inner rib align.
4. Slide the spring retainer shaft without any retention hardware fasten into the pin
bores of both the lift link and intermediate slip segment inner rib bracket. Guide the
spring retainer shaft until it the retaining pin bores of the spring retainer shaft are
located on the outside edge of the intermediate slip segment outer ribs.

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5. Next, unitize the LH lift link components and retention fasteners to the left hand slip
segment.
6. Slide the LH spring adjuster shaft with only one hex jam nut and tension lock washer
in place into the LH slip segment inner rib pin bore. Guide the spring adjuster shaft
until the tension lock washer and hex jam nut presses up against the side of the LH
slip segment inner rib.
7. For now, hand tighten the other hex jam nut with the tension lock washer in place,
leaving the LH spring adjuster with plenty of thread adjustment available.
8. Slide the LH flat washer over the spring retainer shaft so that the flat washers are
pressed up against the outside edge of the intermediate slip segment outer ribs.
9. Orient the eyes of LH spring extension with the retainer pin bore of the LH spring
retainer. Insert one end of the RH spring extension into the LH spring retainer until
the LH spring extension eye and RH spring retainer pin bore align.
10. Insert a retainer pin into the spring retainer shaft to fasten the LH spring extension,
and secure the retainer pin with a cotter pin.
11. Insert the other end of the LH spring extension into the LH spring adjuster until the
LH spring extension eye and LH spring adjuster pin bore align.

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Note: If unable to align the LH spring extension eye with
the LH spring adjuster pin bore. Adjust further out the LH
spring adjuster hex nuts to allow for additional make up
length as necessary to connect the LH extension to the LH
spring adjuster.

12. Insert a retainer pin into the LH spring adjuster pin bore to fasten the LH spring
extension to the LH spring adjuster, and secure the retainer pin with a cotter pin.

Figure 4-11. Left hand side of lift link and retention system

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13. Next, unitize the RH lift link components and retention fasteners to the right hand
slip segment.
14. Slide the RH spring adjuster shaft with only one hex jam nut and tension lock
washer in place into the RH slip segment inner rib pin bore. Guide the spring
adjuster shaft until the tension lock washer and hex jam nut presses up against the
side of the RH slip segment inner rib.
15. For now, hand tighten the other hex jam nut with the tension lock washer in place,
leaving the RH spring adjuster with plenty of thread adjustment available.
16. Slide the RH flat washer over the spring retainer shaft so that the flat washers are
pressed up against the outside edge of the intermediate slip segment outer ribs.
17. Orient the eyes of RH spring extension with the retainer pin bore of the RH spring
retainer. Insert one end of the RH spring extension into the RH spring retainer until
the RH spring extension eye and RH spring retainer pin bore align.
18. Insert a retainer pin into the spring retainer shaft to fasten the RH spring extension,
and secure the retainer pin with a cotter pin.
19. Insert the other end of the RH spring extension into the RH spring adjuster until the
RH spring extension eye and RH spring adjuster pin bore align.

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Note: If unable to align the RH spring extension eye with
the RH spring adjuster pin bore. Adjust further out the RH
spring adjuster hex nuts to allow for additional make up
length as necessary to connect the RH extension to the
RH spring adjuster.

20. Insert a retainer pin into the RH spring adjuster pin bore to fasten the RH spring
extension to the RH spring adjuster, and secure the retainer pin with a cotter pin.

Figure 4-12. Right hand side of lift link and retention system

21. With the slips lift link and retention hardware now installed to the associated slip
equipment, proceed next to adjusting the cylinder arms lift height stops.

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Adjusting the Cylinder Arms Lift Height Stops


This section contains adjustment procedures for adjusting the power slip frame cylinder
arms lift height stops. The power slip frame unit has two arm weldment that are attached
to the hydraulic cylinders on each side for vertical lifting of the slips.
The following installation section assumes that you have inspected and tested the
respective controls, and have connected the associated slip equipment to the power slip
frame lift link and retention system.
To ensure the power slip frame does not vertically lift beyond the maximum allowable
vertical lift height, the vertical lift limit must be adjusted and set according to the type of
slips used. If the power slip frame lifts the respective associated slips equipment above the
vertical lift height, adjust the cylinder arm lift stops as necessary.

Warning: Before starting operations ensure that the


cylinder arm lift stops have been adjusted to the
correct vertical lift height according to the types of
slips used.

If the slips are allowed to lift beyond the upper end of


the guide plate, the slips will cam over the guide plate,
and the slips will have no means of set back return for
the slips to track back down the guide plate into the
slip bowl.

The lift stops must also be adjusted to an adequate lift


height to raise the slips, so that the configuration of
the slips open enough, so that the slips do not to
interfere or contact the drill pipe string.

Failure to follow this warning could result injury to


personnel and/or damage to the equipment.

Caution: Before making any lift height stop adjustments


place the respective controls in the neutral position or off
position. For manually operated valve controls shift to the
neutral position. For IR3080 remote control configurations,
switch the slips sector switch to the center position.

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To Adjust the cylinder arm lift limit stops:

Warning: Ensure the hydraulic power unit is OFF and


all hydraulic lines are isolated and all hydraulic
pressure is discharged before any installation or
maintenance procedure is preformed. Any unexpected
start-up of equipment during procedure can cause
serious or fatal injury to personnel and/or damage to
the equipment.

1. Adjust the cylinder arm lift stops (see Figure 4-13) on each side so that the vertical
height positions of the slips, stop at a suitable stopping position on the power slip
frame slip guide plate.

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Note: Adjusting the cylinder arm lift stops all the way
outward shortens the vertical lift height. Adjusting the
cylinder arm lift stops all the way inward maximizes the
vertical height.

2. Position the LH and RH cylinder arm lift stops to stop the slips at an adequate lift
height setting for each type of slips being used.
3. Turn the LH and RH hex lock nut downward (loosen) to release the jam lock on the
adjustment cylinder arm lift stops.
4. Turn the LH and RH adjustment cylinder arm lift stops counterclockwise to lower the
lift height, clockwise raise the lift height.

Caution: The LH and RH adjustment cylinder arm lift stop


screws must be adjusted to the same lift height stop set for
both cylinder lift arms of the power slip frame. If the height
of one of the cylinder arm lift stop screws is adjusted
different to the height of the other cylinder arm lift stop
screw, this could cause uneven lifting and binding of the
power slip frame.

5. Turn “ON” the hydraulic power unit and shift the controls to raise the power slip
frame cylinder arms to their adjustment setting.

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Figure 4-13. Cylinders Arm Lift Height Stops

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6. Turn “OFF” the hydraulic power unit. Observe the stopping position of the slips on
the slip guide plate.

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Note: If the HPU is turned off and controls are not shifted
to the set position, the power slip frame will be hydraulic
locked in the last position.

7. Check the lift height as described in step 2. If the slips travel beyond, or not enough
the required lift height readjust repeating steps 1 to 6 until the correct vertical height
position is achieved.

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Maintenance

Preventive Maintenance
This chapter describes preventive maintenance for the power slip frame and components
that require routine maintenance. Reference all applicable OEM literature for additional
detailed information and maintenance procedures for associated components and
assemblies.
All maintenance should be performed from a routine maintenance schedule that provides
a checklist of items and/or procedures to be followed and a time frame or frequency
interval that these tasks are to be performed. Simple checklists or series of checklists can
be prepared for maintenance personnel. The lubrication and maintenance tables on the
following page present such a routine schedule.
Appropriate and correct service methods and repair procedures are essential for the
reliable operation of the power slip frame and associated equipment, and especially for the
safety of the crew. This manual provides general directions for the power slip frame
operations and for service and repair work.
These recommendations are designed to insure maximum life of the power slip frame.
These are guides only. Extreme peak load usage, heat, cold etc., may change the
intervals of service. Other factors to consider include actual run time, how hard the
equipment is being worked, and any other factors that would require more frequent
maintenance. Careful consideration and a tendency to do a little more than the minimum
maintenance are keys to reaping the benefits of a regular maintenance program.
The following sections provide a general guideline for maintaining the power slip frame
equipment. Refer to the assembly drawings or schematics in the Technical Drawing
section of this manual for additional information.

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Maintenance of the PSF Hydraulic


System
This section describes general maintenance practices and procedures of the hydraulic
circuits and components for the power slip frame.

Warning: Properly shutdown equipment and lockout


the main power source before performing inspection,
lubrication or repairs. Failure to follow safe work
procedures could result in serious or fatal injury to
personnel, significant equipment damage, or extended
rig down time.

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Caution: Never attempt to increase the output of a piece of
equipment by adjusting the valving beyond its rated
capacity, pressure rating, or strength.

Always avoid any contamination of the hydraulic fluid and hydraulic system including
hoses and couplings. Do not disconnect the self-sealing Quick Disconnect Hydraulic
couplings unless necessary. Disconnecting them makes it possible for grit or dirt to get on
or in the couplings, which could transfer into the hydraulic systems, when the couplings
are reconnected. This could cause damage or blockage of orifices in controls.
Before performing maintenance on, or disconnecting any high-pressure flanges, piping,
hoses or vessels, ensure the unit has been bled to "zero" pressure. Shut down, isolate,
and tag the system controls as "Out of Service" so that others cannot pressurize the
system during maintenance or repairs. Always consider possible sources of trapped
pressure ensure the system is locked out before attempting any maintenance.

Warning: Do not attempt any adjustments while the


equipment is in motion. Failure to heed this warning could
result in injury to personnel and damage to equipment.
Failure to follow safe work procedures could result in
serious or fatal injury to personnel, significant equipment
damage, or extended rig down time.

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Open all hydraulic lines carefully. Make sure that the drainage oil is caught in a bucket so it
does not spill on the floor or over the machine. Cover fittings and plugs with a rag and then
unscrew slowly.

Warning: Use caution when checking for Hydraulic


fluid leaks. Hydraulic Fluids can be extremely hot and/
or under extreme pressure. Failure to follow this
caution could result in serious or fatal injury to
personnel, significant equipment damage, or extended
rig down time.

Replace all hoses, fittings, and other parts with pieces of identical size and material.
Always keep oil leaks cleaned up. Tighten or replace all leaky fittings and gaskets.
All hydraulic hoses (particularly those which flex during normal operation of the
equipment) should be visually inspected once every working day. A thorough inspection of
all hoses, fittings and rigid tube lines should be made at least once a month.

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Note: Daily hydraulic line inspection should be a routine
part of all active, in-service hydraulic systems.

Any hose, and/or fitting showing deterioration should be carefully examined as to whether
further use of the component would constitute a safety hazard. Conditions such as the
following should be sufficient reason for consideration of replacement:
R Any evidence of hydraulic oil leakage at the surface of a flexible hose at its junction
with the metal end couplings.
R Any blistering or abnormal deformation of the outer covering of a hydraulic hose
R Hydraulic oil leakage at any threaded or clamped joint that cannot be eliminated by
normal tightening or recommended procedures
R Any evidence of excessive abrasion or scrubbing on the outer surface of a hose, or
hydraulic fitting. Means shall be taken immediately to eliminate the interference of
the elements in contact or otherwise protect the components.

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Caution: Never allow any sharp or heavy object to lay or
drop on hoses. This will crush or cut the outer surface of a
hose and shorten hose life. Hoses should be stored, when
not in use.

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Major Repairs and Modifications


Major repairs and modifications should only be performed by National Oilwell Varco
technicians. Contact National Oilwell Varco for additional information.

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Lubrication and Maintenance


This section provides a general guideline for lubrication schedules and maintenance
procedures for the power slip frame. Reference all applicable OEM literature for additional
detailed lubrication and maintenance procedures for associated components and
assemblies.
General Lubrication

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Caution: Failure to maintain adequate lubrication could
result in failure of the equipment.

Lubricating the power slip frame consists of periodically lubricating or checking the
following:
R Lubricate the cylinder arm weldment linkage and linkage pins
R Lubricate all power slip frame associateded equipment
Lubricating critical areas
The power slip frame contains 4 grease fittings on easch side for lubricating critical areas.
Normally these grease fittings should be charged with two or three pumps of general
purpose extreme presure (EP) grease each time. Clean dirt and grime from grease fittings
before appling grease. The lift link and retention system requires no lubrication, however,
lubricating can improve the wear rate and promote a smooth-trouble free operation.

Warning: Properly shutdown equipment and lockout


the main power source before performing inspection,
lubrication or repairs. Failure to follow safe work
procedures could result in serious or fatal injury to
personnel, significant equipment damage, or extended
rig down time.

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Warning: Do not use pipe dope (anti sieze compound) for
lubricating the power slip frame.

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Note: Apply recommended grease to designated grease
fittings with hand-operated grease gun. Use a brush when
greasing other lubrication points.

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PSF Hydraulic Fluid Specifications


Table 5-2 provides recommended hydraulic fluid specifications for the power slip frame
hydraulic circuits and components at specific temperatures and viscosity. Reference all
applicable OEM literature for additional detailed lubrication and maintenance procedures
for associated components and assemblies.

Table 5-1 Recommended Hydraulic Fluids

Operating Temperature Range


10oF to 125oF (-12oC to 52oC)

Recommended
Hydraulic Oil - Premium grade with anti-wear and anti-rust additives.
Choice:

Viscosity 49 SUS @ 210oF (6.9 cSt @ 100oC)

Viscosity Index 105

Pour Point -22oF (-30oC)

ISO/ASTM
46
Viscosity Grade

Operating Temperature Range


-22oF to 63oF (-30oC to 17oC)

Recommended
Hydraulic Oil - Premium grade with anti-wear and anti-rust additives.
Choice:

Viscosity 49 SUS @ 210oF (6.1 cSt @ 100oC)

Viscosity Index 153

Pour Point -58oF (-50oC)

ISO/ASTM
32
Viscosity Grade

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PSF Lubricants Specifications


Table 5-2 provides recommended multi-purpose EP grease specifications for the
preventive maintenance of the power slip frame at specific temperatures. Reference all
applicable OEM literature manuals for additional detailed lubrication and maintenance
information on individual components and assemblies.

Table 5-2 Recommended Multi-Purpose EP Grease

Ambient Temperature Range


Above -4oF (Above -20oC)

NLGI Grade Type

NLGI Grade 2 Lithium base, general purpose, extreme pressure grease.

Ambient Temperature Range


Below -4oF (Below -20oC)

NLGI Grade Type

NLGI Grade 1 Lithium base, general purpose, extreme pressure grease.

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Figure 5-1. Power slip frame lubrication

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Lubrication Schedules
Lubrication schedules are given for the following intervals.
R Daily
R Weekly

Table 5-3 Daily Lubrication

Component Location Method Type

Grease the grease fitting


of the weldment arm
Cylinder weldment arm linkage pivot pins. (4 NLGI Multi-purpose EP
Power Slip Frame
linkage pins. grease fittings each side Grease
with one pump of a hand-
operated grease gun.

Reference all applicable


Reference all applicable
OEM literature for
OEM literature for
additional information and
Slip, slip bowl, master additional information and
Associated equipment lubrication specifications
bushing. lubrication procedures for
for associated
associated components
components and
and assemblies.
assemblies.

Table 5-4 Weekly Lubrication

Component Location Method Type

Apply a light coat of light


Lift link and retention general multi-purpose NLGI Multi-purpose EP
Power Slip Frame
system grease. (Use brush to Grease
apply grease)

Cylinder rod clevis pivot Apply grease. (Use brush


NLGI Multi-purpose EP
pins and cylinder clevis to apply grease to pivot
Grease
bracket pivot pins. pins.

Reference all applicable


Reference all applicable
OEM literature for
OEM literature for
additional information and
Slip, slip bowl, master additional information and
Associated equipment lubrication specifications
bushing. lubrication procedures for
for associated
associated components
components and
and assemblies.
assemblies.

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Inspection Schedules
This section provides a general guideline for inspection procedures for the power slip
frame that require routine maintenance. Refer to the assembly drawings or schematics in
the Technical Drawing section of this manual for additional information.
Inspection schedules are given for the following intervals.
R Daily
R Weekly
R Monthly
R Six Months and Annual
Table 5-1
This table provides daily routine maintenance inspection procedures for the power slip frame.

Daily Inspections

Check Point No. Procedures

1. Check power slip frame for worn and damage parts.

2. Check for loose and missing parts.

3. Check for loose or missing blots, hex nuts, retainer pins and cotter pins.

Check that all bolts, hex nuts, retainer pins, and cotter pins are secured,
4.
and secondary locking device intact.

5. Check correct sizes of associated slip equipment.

6. Check correct installation of associated slip equipment.

Check power slip frame and associated slip equipment are free of mud and
7.
other debris.

Check associated slip segments for stress cracks for abnormal wear that
could affect the operations of the power slip frame. Reference applicable
8.
OEM literature for additional detailed information and maintenance
procedures for associated components and assemblies.

9. Check for any hydraulic oil leakage.

Check associated power source for hydraulic oil level. Reference


applicable OEM literature for additional detailed information and
10.
maintenance procedures for associated components and
assemblies.

11. Check and clean the rotary table or mounting surfaces.

Check and ensure that the all hydraulic hoses are connected correctly and
12.
secure.

Check, when the controls are shifted or selected the power slip frame Raise
13.
and lowers to the control selection function.

14. Lubricate as specified in the Lubrication section.

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Table 5-2
This table provides weekly routine maintenance inspection procedures for the power slip
frame.

Weekly Inspections

Check Point No. Procedures

1. Check power slip frame for worn and damage parts.

2. Check for loose and missing parts.

3. Check for damage hoses and fittings.

Check and ensure all instrumentation and controls are in good working
4.
order.

5. Lubricate as specified in the Lubrication section.

Table 5-3
This table provides monthly routine maintenance inspection procedures for the power slip
frame.

Monthly Inspections

Check Point No. Procedures

1. Check power slip frame for worn and damage parts.

2. Check for loose and missing parts.

Inspect for loose, missing, or unsecured fasteners and take corrective


3.
action to tighten & secure parts.

Check associated slip segments for stress cracks for abnormal wear that
could affect the operations of the power slip frame. Reference applicable
4.
OEM literature for additional detailed information and maintenance
procedures for associated components and assemblies.

Check associated slip equipment for excess wear. Reference applicable


5. OEM literature for additional detailed information and maintenance
procedures for associated components and assemblies.

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Table 5-4
This table provides six months maintenance inspection procedures for the power slip
frame.

Six Months Inspections

Check Point No. Procedures

1. Clean power slip frame thoroughly.

2. Check whether all grease fittings are present and functioning.

Check condition of inline filters in the power slip frame hydraulic manifold.
3.
Clean or replace filters as needed.

4. Check condition of all lifting shackles. Replace lifting schackles if necessary.

Grease power slip frame according to daily and weekly greasing


5.
procedures.

Check associated slip segments for stress cracks for abnormal wear that
could affect the operations of the power slip frame. Reference applicable
6.
OEM literature for additional detailed information and maintenance
procedures for associated components and assemblies.

Table 5-5
This table provides annual maintenance inspection procedures for the power slip frame.

Annual Inspection

Check Point No. Procedures

Remove the hydraulic cylinders from the power slip frame, Check the
1. hydraulic cylinders for rust, denting, cracks, damage. Repair or replace as
needed.

Check associated equipment for wear or damage. Reference applicable


OEM literature for additional detailed information and maintenance
2.
procedures for associated components and assemblies.Repalce as
needed.

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Adjustment Procedures
This section describes valve adjustment procedures for the power slip frame. Refer to the
appropriate adjustment procedure when replacing or servicing valves of the hydraulic
manifold. The hydraulic manifold assembly is located on the back side of the power slip
frame. Refer to the assembly drawings or schematics in the Technical Drawing section of
this manual for additional information.

Warning: Ensure the hydraulic power unit is OFF and


all hydraulic lines are isolated and all hydraulic
pressure is discharged before any installation or
maintenance procedure is preformed. Any unexpected
start-up of equipment during procedure can cause
serious or fatal injury to personnel and/or damage to
the equipment.

The power slip frame hydraulic manifold contains the following cartridge type valves:
R Pressure reducing valves
The pressure reducing valves are used to set the hydraulic pressure setting to the
hydraulic cylinders.
R Flow control valves
The flow control valves, are used to regulate the hydraulic flow to the cylinders.
R Counterbalance valve
The counterbalance valve, is used for over running load control and hydraulic load
locking. This valve restricts flow out of the hydraulic cylinder to prevent the cylinder
from moving.
Refer to the hydraulic schematics in the Technical Drawing section of this manual for
additional information.

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Note: The power slip frame hydraulic circuitry is depicted in
the hydraulic schematic depending on the Unit Serial
Number. Please refer to the hydraulic drawings to follow
the circuit functional description. Refer to the hydraulic
schematic for the pressure ranges expected during
operations.

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Figure 5-2. Power slip frame hydraulic manifold assembly

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Adjusting the Hydraulic Pressure Reducing


Valves
Located on the power slip frame hydraulic manifold are two hydraulic pressure reducing
cartridge type valves. The valves are stenciled “PRA” and “PRB” on the hydraulic manifold
(see Figure 5-2).
To adjust the pressure reducing valves:
1. Install on each line two test gages down stream from the hydraulic manifold circuit to
monitor the pressure reducing setting.
2. Loosen the lock nut and turn the pressure reducing valve adjuster counterclockwise
all the way out.
3. Turn on the hydraulic power to the power slip frame hydraulic controls.
4. Shift the controls to allow pressure to the hydraulic manifold.
5. Adjust the pressure reducing valve adjuster clockwise until the test gauge registers
2000 psi.
6. Shift the controls to the opposite side to allow pressure to the opposite pressure
reducing valve port on hydraulic manifold.
7. Adjust the opposite pressure reducing valve adjuster clockwise until the test gauge
registers 2000 psi.
8. Tighten the lock nuts.
9. Remove test equipment gauges.

Adjusting the Hydraulic Flow Control Valves


Located on the power slip frame hydraulic manifold are two hydraulic flow control cartridge
type valves. The valves are stenciled “FCA” and “FCB” on the hydraulic manifold (see
Figure 5-2).
To adjust the flow control valves:
1. Loosen the lock nut and turn the flow control valve adjuster counterclockwise all the
way out to allow maximum flow the cylinders.
2. Turn on the hydraulic power to the power slip frame hydraulic controls.
3. Shift the controls to allow flow to the hydraulic manifold.
4. Adjust the flow control valve adjuster clockwise to set flow to set flow controls to a
two second raise/lower flow setting.
5. Shift the hydraulic controls to the opposite side to allow flow to the opposite flow
control valve on hydraulic manifold.
6. Adjust the opposite flow control valve adjuster clockwise to set flow control to a two
second raise/lower flow setting.
7. Tighten the lock nut.

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Adjusting the Hydraulic Cylinder


Counterbalance Valve
Located on the power slip frame hydraulic manifold is one hydraulic counterbalance
cartridge type valve. The valves is stenciled “CBV” on the hydraulic manifold.
To adjust the counterbalance valve:
1. Loosen the lock nut and turn the counterbalance valve adjuster counterclockwise all
the way out.
2. Turn on the hydraulic power to the power slip frame hydraulic controls.
3. Shift the controls to fully raise the power slip frame and associated slip equipment
and release the controls. The power slip frame and associated slip equipment
should not move.
4. Turn the counterbalance valve adjuster clockwise until the power slip frame and
associated slip equipment begin to lower.
5. Adjust the counterbalance valve until it is to the balancing point (the valve setting at
which the power slip frame and associated slip equipment just holds without
dropping).
6. Turn the counterbalance valve adjuster counterclockwise an additional 1/4 turn.
7. Tighten the lock nut.

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Storage, Transport, and Cleaning


This section provides a general maintenance procedures for storage, transport, and
cleaning of the power slip frame. The following section detail proper disassembly of the
power slip frame to comply with various environmental requirements.

Storage
When the power slip frame is not being used for longer period then three days the
following steps should be carried out:

1. Grease the power slip frame as described in the Lubrication section

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Note: Use an extreme pressure, multi-purpose, lithium
based grease of NLGI No. 1 or No. 2.

2. Place the power slip frame in a fully lowered position.


3. Relieve all hydraulic pressure.
4. Disconnect associated slip equipment.
5. Remove the power slip frame.
6. Clean and cap hydraulic quick-disconnect couplings.
7. Seal or plug exposed ends of hydraulic lines
8. Clean the power slip frame.
9. Store the power slip frame and accessories under cover, or indoors, if possible.

Transport
1. Lift the power slip frame by the lifting shackles only.
2. The best way of transporting the power slip frame is in its original crate.

Cleaning
Steam cleaning is acceptable, but should be limited to painted surfaces. Unpainted
surfaces must be thoroughly dried and protected with rust inhibitors. Care must be used to
avoid getting steam or water into hydraulic circuit or components.
1. The power slip frame contains hydraulic fluids and grease. The power slip frame can
be contaminated with drilling mud.

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Note: When the tool is taken out of service it is
recommended to disconnect and disassemble power slip
frame in a place where drainage for waste fluids is
possible.

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2. Disconnect the control hoses to the power slip frame, and bleed off hydraulic oil.

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Caution: Hydraulic fluids, drilling mud and grease are
unsafe when touched by the skin. wear gloves and safety
goggles when disconnecting or disassembly the power slip
frame.

3. Cap all quick-disconnects and hoses and any open hydraulic ports.
4. Ensure that all openings and covers are tightly sealed.
5. Clean power slip frame to remove all mud, dirt or other foreign material. Remove
any rust and then coat area with red oxide or zinc rich primer.

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Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting the Power Slip Frame


This section describes methods and guidelines for troubleshooting problems with the
power slip frame.

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Follow the General System Safety Practices included in
this manual before troubleshooting or performing
maintenance on the power slip frame system.

Personnel troubleshooting the iron roughneck must be


experienced and thoroughly familiar with its function,
operation ad maintenance requirements.

Failure to follow safe work procedures could result in


serious or fatal injury to personnel, significant equipment
damage, and/or extended rig down time.

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Note: Slips, hydraulic power units, and/or electro-hydraulic
remote controls are configured as associated equipment.

Refer to the specific associated equipment manuals for


troubleshooting procedures and information.

Warning: Make sure all hydraulic lines and valves are


isolated before any work is carried out on the power
slip frame unit and hydraulics. Failure to follow safe
work procedures could result in serious or fatal injury
to personnel, significant equipment damage, and/or
extended rig down time.

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Identifying Troubleshooting Categories


Potential power slip frame failure falls into the following categories:
R Mechanical components
Mechanical problems are usually related to damaged, or worn out parts of the
mechanical assembly. Other factors that can contribute to mechanical problems are
the lack of periodic preventive maintenance, checks, and services that must be
provided and preformed to the assembly.
R Hydraulic circuits and components
Hydraulic circuit and component problems are usually related to faulty valves,
contamination, or damage not related to maladjusted hydraulic circuit components.
Changes to adjustments should be made only after all other possible causes have
been eliminated.
Prior to troubleshooting the power slip frame, carry out the following checks.
1. Make sure the power slip frame is properly installed and positioned onto the rotary
table or mounting surface.
2. Check that all hoses and quick disconnects are properly connected.
3. Check available pressure to control valves and to power slip frame hydraulic
manifold hook up.

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Hydraulic system maximum pressure should read 3,000
psi (207 bars) at the inlet-supply side of the control valves
and hydraulics manifold.

4. Verify filter conditions (Refer to the associated HPU equipment manual for
troubleshooting procedures and information).
5. Check whether hydraulic fluid leakage is visible at the hydraulic components, hoses
or quick disconnects.
6. Check lubrication status of power slip frame unit (see Maintenance section).
Determine the nature of the problem using the troubleshooting tables, theory of operation
information for components, and diagnostic procedures.
When problems cannot be solved, contact an authorized National Oilwell Varco repair
facility for further information.

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Troubleshooting Fault Symptoms


The troubleshooting procedures in the following tables do not necessarily cover all
possible symptoms. These table provide an insight to typical power slip frame (PSF)
symptoms, their possible causes, and methods of remedying the problem.
Troubleshooting is provided in the following tables
R Table 6-1 Troubleshooting PSF Operation Problems
R Table 6-2 Troubleshooting PSF Mechanical Components
R Table 6-3 Troubleshooting PSF Hydraulic Circuits and Components

Table 6-1 Troubleshooting PSF Operation Problems

Symptom Probable cause Remedy

No hydraulic system Power supply is not operating. 1.Check the power source.
pressure. Check hydraulic system output 2.Check hydraulic system output and
and settings. Test pressures settings.
and adjust as required. 3.Test pressures and adjust as required.
4.See specific HPU manuals for
troubleshooting procedures and
information.
Restricted hydraulic lines. 1.Check power source.
Isolate cause of restriction and 2.Isolate cause of restriction and correct.
correct. Check for pinched, Check for pinched, clogged, or otherwise
clogged, or otherwise obstructed hydraulic lines.
obstructed hydraulic lines.
Hydraulic system Defective or maladjusted HPU Check power source. Inspect, isolate
pressure is too low or Hydraulic circuit components. and replace. See specific HPU manuals
too high to PSF. for troubleshooting procedures and
information.
Defective or maladjusted Inspect, isolate, and adjust or replace
Hydraulic manifold hydraulic hydraulic manifold circuit valves or
circuit components. components such as pressure-reducing
valve, flow control valve, check valve and
filter.
PSF operating in the Hydraulic lines incorrectly Check hydraulic lines are connected
wrong direction. connected to PSF properly to PSF.
PSF lifts the Power slip frame LH and RH Check the LH and RH cylinder arm
associated slip cylinder arm mechanical limit mechanical limit stop adjustments.
equipment beyond the stops not properly adjusted. Adjust as required. See Installation
maximum lift height. section for adjustment procedures
Associated slip The associated equipment 1.Make inspection of associated
equipment rides to (Rotary table master bushing, equipment when new slip equipment is
low in the slip bowl or slip bowl, and slips) tolerance installed. Ensure proper fit.
master bushing dimension are undersized from 2.Make periodical inspection and test of
causing slips to get excessive wear. associated equipment for wear. Replace
stuck in the rotary. as required.
3.Lubricate associated equipment per
OEM recommendations. See specific
associated equipment manuals for
troubleshooting procedures and
information.

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Table 6-2 Troubleshooting PSF Mechanical Components

Symptom Probable cause Remedy

Lift link and retention Misalignment of associated Verify associated slip equipment is
system does not align slip equipment in slip bowl. positioned Symmetrically centered to lift
or connect to link and retention system.
associated slip
equipment.
Lift link and retention system Check the lift link adjustment, and adjust
maladjusted for associated as required. See Installation section for
slip equipment slip types. adjustment and connection procedures.
Lift link and retention system Inspect and replace.
damaged.
Lift link and retention Lift link and retention system Check the lift link adjustment, and adjust
system does not maladjusted for associated as required. See Installation section for
spread open when the slip equipment slip types. adjustment and connection procedures.
associated slip
equipment is raised.
Lift link and retention system Inspect and replace.
damaged.
Mechanical interference. Make sure lift link and retention system
is not interfering with other pieces of
equipment.
Lift link and retention Lift link retention hardware Check all retention hardware and ensure
system not holding not secured or missing all primary and secondary retention
associated slip fastener hardware hardware fasteners are in place and
equipment in place. components. secured.
Cylinder arm Mechanical interference. 1.Make sure neither LH or RH arm
weldments are in a weldments are not interfering with the
bind or do not move other pieces of the equipment.
up or down 2.Check for obstructions between the
arm weldments.
Lack of lubrication. Lubricate all grease points and moving
parts on the PSF arm weldments.See
Maintenance section.
No hydraulic system 1.Check the power source.
pressure. 2.Check hydraulic system output and
settings. Test pressures and adjust as
required
3.See specific HPU manuals for
troubleshooting procedures and
information.
Check for leaks in the hydraulic
components, hoses and connections.
Defective or maladjusted PSF 1.Check hydraulic system output and
hydraulic components. settings from hydraulic power source to
the directional control valves. Test
pressures and adjust as required.
2.Check the pressure and settings of the
components on the hydraulic manifold.
Test pressures and adjust as required.
Check cylinders repair or replace.

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Table 6-2 Troubleshooting PSF Mechanical Componets (continued)

Symptom Probable cause Remedy

The cylinder arm Power slip frame LH and RH Check the LH and RH cylinder arm limit
weldments run into arm cylinder arm limit stops stop adjustments, and adjust as
the mechanical stops not properly adjusted. required. See Installation section for
before lifting adjustment procedures.
associated slip
equipment to
maximum lift position.
Cylinder arm Power slip frame LH or RH Ensure LH and RH cylinder arm limit
weldments do not arm cylinder arm limit stops stops are adjusted to the same lift
stop in unison at the not properly adjusted. height. Adjust as required. See
mechanical stops, Installation section for adjustment
causing the cylinder procedures.
arms weldments to lift
uneven.
Hold down magnets Magnet device base an/or Inspect and flush away foreign material
will not hold down mounting surface from magnet device and/or mounting
PSF or position flush contaminated with foreign surface.
to mounting surface material.
Magnet device height position Inspect and adjust keeper mounting
is not set properly and/or height position. See Installation section
adjustment keeper mounting for adjustment procedures.
bolts not tighten.
Magnet device not switched Check On-Off change over mechanism
over to “ON” position. position.
To change over, pull handle outward, and
rotate handle CCW.
Magnet device defective or Inspect and replace.See Installation
damaged. section for installation adjustment
procedures.
Base plate adapter Base plate adapter and/or Inspect and flush away foreign material
will not mount flush to mounting surface from base plate and/or mounting
mounting surface. contaminated with foreign surface.
material. Ensure rotary drive slots are clean and
free of debris.
Inspect base plate adapter pins

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Table 6-3 Troubleshooting PSF Hydraulic Circuits and Components

Symptom Probable cause Remedy

Loss of hydraulic Power supply is not operating Check the power source.
system pressure. Check hydraulic system output and
settings.
Test pressures and adjust as required.
See specific HPU manuals for
troubleshooting procedures and
information.
Restricted hydraulic lines. Check for pinched, clogged, or otherwise
obstructed hydraulic lines. Clean
obstruction.
Hydraulic system Defective or maladjusted HPU Check power source. Inspect, isolate
pressure is too low or relief valve. and replace. See specific HPU manuals
too high. for troubleshooting procedures and
information.
Defective or maladjusted Inspect, isolate, and adjust or replace
Hydraulic manifold hydraulic hydraulic manifold circuit valves or
circuit components. components such as pressure-reducing
valve, flow control valve, check valve and
filter.
Manual lever or foot Hydraulic lines incorrectly Check hydraulic lines are connected
pedal operated connected to PSF hydraulic properly to PSF.
directional control manifold hydraulic connection
valve operating in the hoses.
PSF in the wrong
direction.
IR3080 remote Hydraulic lines incorrectly Check hydraulic lines are connected
operated controls connected to PSF hydraulic properly to PSF.
operating the PSF in manifold hydraulic connection
the wrong direction. hoses.
Manual lever or foot Valve inoperative. 1.Check the power source.
pedal operated 2.Check hydraulic system output and
directional control settings.
valve appears not to 3.Test hydraulic pressures to control
shift, or valve shifts as valve and adjust as required.
in a bind. 4.See specific HPU manuals for
troubleshooting procedures and
information.
Hydraulic lines incorrectly Check hydraulic lines are connected
connected to hydraulic manual properly to PSF.
operated directional control
valve.
Sticking or worn valve. Inspect for contamination or wear, repair
or replace.
IR3080 remote Valve inoperative. Check valve, check wiring, check
control solenoid No electrical signal. hydraulics, and or replace. See IR3080
directional control Bad solenoid. manual for troubleshooting procedures
valve to operate PSF Valve stuck. and information.
fails to operate. Valve Component maladjusted.
does not appear to Excessive hydraulic internal
shift. circuit leakage.

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Table 6-3 Troubleshooting PSF Hydraulic Circuits and Components


(continued)

Symptom Probable cause Remedy

PSF hydraulic No hydraulic pressure. Check hydraulic system output and


manifold circuit valves settings. Test pressures and adjust as
and/or componets required. See specific HPU manuals for
malfunctioning or troubleshooting procedures and
operating erratically. information.
Hydraulic manifold Inspect, isolate, and adjust or replace
components maladjusted, or hydraulic manifold circuit valves or
defective. components such as pressure-reducing
valve, flow control valve, check valve and
filter.
Pressure-reducing valve on Inspect, clean, adjust or replace the
the hydraulic manifold is pressure-reducing valve(s). See
defective, contaminated or is Hydraulic schematic for pressure setting.
not adjusted properly.
Flow control valve on the Inspect, clean, adjust or replace the flow
hydraulic manifold is control valve(s). See Hydraulic
defective, contaminated or is schematic for pressure setting.
not adjusted properly.
Check valve on the hydraulic Inspect, clean, or replace the check
manifold is defective, or valve(s).
contaminated.
pressure filter on the Replace filter(s) on the hydraulic
hydraulic manifold is clogged/ manifold.
dirty.
Hydraulic cylinder(s) No hydraulic pressure or Check hydraulic system output and
does not move or move pressure from hydraulic settings. Test pressures and adjust as
slowly. power supply is too low. required. See specific HPU manuals for
troubleshooting procedures and
information.
Cylinder damaged. Seals Inspect cylinders and repair or replace.
leaking
Pressure-reducing valve on Inspect, clean, adjust or replace the
the hydraulic manifold is pressure-reducing valve(s). See
defective, contaminated or is Hydraulic schematic for pressure setting.
not adjusted properly.
Flow control valve on the Inspect, clean, adjust or replace the flow
hydraulic manifold is control valve(s). See Hydraulic
defective, contaminated or is schematic for pressure setting.
not adjusted properly.
Defective hydraulic directional Inspect, and repair or replace.
control valve. (Applies to
manually operated control
valves only)
Defective solenoid DCV. Inspect, and repair or replace IR3080
(Applies to IR3080 remote solenoid DCV. See IR3080 manual for
controls only) troubleshooting procedures and
information.

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Table 6-3 Troubleshooting PSF Hydraulic Circuits and Components


(continued)

Symptom Probable cause Remedy

Hydraulic cylinder drifts Cylinder damaged. Seals Inspect cylinders and repair or replace.
in raised position. leaking
Defective counterbalance Inspect and replace or adjust
valve or counterbalance valve counterbalance valve(s) to maintain
is out of adjustment. power slip frame in raised positioning.
Defective hydraulic directional Inspect, and repair or replace.
control valve.
(Applies to manually operated
control valves only)
Defective solenoid DCV. Inspect, and repair or replace IR3080
(Applies to IR3080 remote solenoid DCV. See IR3080 manual for
controls only) troubleshooting procedures and
information.

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Drawings & Recommended Spare Parts

This section contains the following documentation:


R Technical Drawing Package . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107-000-01
R Recommended Spare Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108-000-01

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Reference Number: 1100070

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1100070 Technical Drawing Package, Power Slip
ADDITIONAL CODE SDRL CODE TOTAL PGS Frame
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This document provides a list of drawings used for the model S-150P power swivel,
engineering reference number: 1100070

The list is presented by assembly and also by numerical order. The actual drawings are
arranged in the binder numerically.

DRAWINGS BY ASSEMBLY.................................................................... 4
DRAWINGS IN NUMERICAL ORDER...................................................... 5

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DRAWINGS BY ASSEMBLY
Description Drawing No Rev

Top Level Assembly


Power Slip Frame Top Level Assembly .................................. 1100070 A

General Assembly
Power Slip Frame General Assembly .................................. 1100080 -

Assembly
Power Slip Frame Assembly ................................................ 1100357 D

Schematics
Power Slip Frame Schematic............................................... 1100378 -

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DRAWINGS IN NUMERICAL ORDER


Description Drawing No Rev

Power Slip Frame Top Level Drawing..................................... 1100070 A


Power Slip Frame General Assembly ..................................... 1100080 -
Power Slip Frame Assembly ................................................... 11000357 D
Power Slip Frame Schematic .................................................. 11000378 -

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1100357
SHT
1 1
44
21 20 45
13 12 45
16 17 19 15
25 7 5
44 43
54 52 25 48
30 46
D 49 DETAIL B D
A SCALE 1 : 3 48 50 51
53 51 50 47
7
19 17 16
8 42
D 2 58 1 1100378 HYDRAULIC SCHEMATIC, POWER SLIP FRAME .00
8 11 25
45 44 49 57 2 1100473 CLAMP, 1/4" HOSE (.53 DIA) .24
56 8 0-7601-1060-06 SCREW, DRIVE #6 X 3/8 TYPE U SST .00
2 D 55 2 1100472 LABEL, WARNING .54
42 53
7 25 10 A 54 4 7634056 WASHER, NORDLOCK NL3/4 3/4" ZINC PL
47 53 2 7621046 WASHER, FLAT 3/4" W TYPE A 2.000 OD CD PL .11
DETAIL C
43 27 52 4 6320123 NUT, HEX JAM 3/4"-10UNC CD PL .08
SCALE 1 : 3
5 51 4 6500608 PIN, COTTER 3/32" X 1" LG STL .00
A B 50 4 7815767 PIN, 1/4 DIA x 1 LG 18-8 SST MCMASTER CARR 92390A159 .60
40 39
49 2 1100422 SPRING, EXTENSION STAINLESS STEEL .080 WIRE .10
7 25 1 6
25 8 48 2 1100402 SPRING ADJUSTER, POWER SLIP .88
DETAIL A A 47 1 1100401 SPRING RETAINER, POWER SLIP .54
SCALE 1 : 3 5 46 1 G-6320162 NUT, HEX JAM 1"-8UNC CD PL .19
41
5 45 3 7634072 WASHER, NORDLOCK NL1 1" ZINC PL .00
D 44 2 1100393 SCREW, HEX HD CAP 1-8 X 2 GR5 CD PL .00
R.S. CYLINDER 55 56
43 1 1100392 TRUNION ANCHOR, POWER SLIP FRAME 2
38 39 40 ROD END PORT
C 38
C 52 54
42 1 1100388 PULL LINK, POWER SLIP FRAME 2 C
29 19 15 41 2 7802954 CAP, AEROQUIP 210292-6S .00
R.S. CYLINDER 40 2 217526-005 COUPLING, QUICK HYD 3/8" FEMALE .00
54 52 25 48 PISTON END PORT
D 25 39 2 217527-005 COUPLING, QUICK HYD 3/8" MALE .00
4 38 4 7800080 ADAPTER, AEROQUIP 2021-6-6S .08
A 25 7 56 55 A 37 2 1100216 HOSE, 3/8" X 13" LG .00
13 16 17 D 57 36 1 1100478 HOSE ASSEMBLY, 1/4" X 30" LG .00
12 D
49 D 2 35 1 1100477 HOSE ASSEMBLY, 1/4" X 40" LG .00
21 20 D 34 1 1100476 HOSE ASSEMBLY, 1/4" X 33" LG .00
33 1 1100212 HOSE, 1/4" X 43" LG .00
19 15 53
32 2 7634040 WASHER, NORDLOCK NL1/2 1/2" ZINC PL .38
31 8 SP01-03-06 GREASE FITTING 1/4-28 UNF STRAIGHT .00
7 25 31 30 4 0-7601-2130-60 ADAPTER, AEROQUIP 202702-6-4S .07
29 2 7800776 ADAPTER, AEROQUIP 202702-6-6S .07
16 17 19 28 2 700016930 SCREW, HEX HD CAP 5/16-18 X 4 SST .10
6 12 27 4 7804540 ELBOW, AEROQUIP 2024-4-4S .11
7 31
2 26 12 7819331 TIE, CABLE 1/4 X 10 SST THOMAS .00
8 1 25 14 0-7601-0811-05 PIN, COTTER 1/8 X 1-1/4 SS .00
24 1 SL02-25 HYDRAULIC MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY (1484-c2) .00
13 23 2 6300081 NUT, HEX 1/2"-13UNC CD PL .04
44 7 31 PORTS VA, VB,
22 2 7844173 SCREW, HEX HD CAP 1/2"-13 X 3-1/2" LG GR5 CD PL FULL THD .14
CL & CL-R
21 10 7616037 WASHER, REG SPG LOCK 5/16 304 SST .00
5
B 43
53
19 15
16 17 19
20 8 700015730 SCREW, HEX HD CAP 5/16-18 X 1 SST .04 B
30 28 21 24 19 11 7623032 WASHER, FLAT 1/2" N TYPE A 1.062 OD 18-8 SST .02
27 D A 2 18 4 131085-024 SLEEVE, NYLON .00
2 PORTS CR, CR-R
45 46 52 54 17 11 7616050 WASHER, REG SPG LOCK 1/2" 304 SST .01
3 OPPOSITE ISOMETRIC VIEW A 16 11 700030330 SCREW, HEX HD CAP 1/2-13 X 1 SST .12
42 A BACK COVER REMOVED FOR CLARITY 15 4 7844018 SHACKLE, BOLT TYPE ANCHOR CROSBY G-2130 7/16" 1.5 TON .00
2 14 1 SL02-19 COVER, BACK 20
33.2 48 57 13 2 SL01-20 MAGNET 37
D
23 32 22 12 2 SL02-13 LOCK PLATE, MAGNET 4
11 4 SL02-11 BEARING, CYLINDER .04
12 20 21 16 17 10 8 SL02-10 BEARING, ARM .07
31 7 65.8° NOTES: 9 4 SL02-09 KEEPER, MAGNET ADJUSTMENT 1.00
1. SEE SHT. 2 REFERENCES ITEMS 33 8 4 SL02-08 PIN, CYLINDER .15
29 THRU 41 7 8 sl02-07 PIN .30
6 1 1100355 ARM, PULL WELDMENT 40
2 ITEM NOT SHOWN. 5 1 1100354 ARM, TOP WELDMENT 53
17 16 19 4 1 1100353 ARM, BOTTOM LEFT WELDMENT 13
3 1 1100352 ARM, BOTTOM RIGHT WELDMENT 13
2 2 1100343 CYLINDER, POWER SLIP 1.50 BORE X 4.25 STROKE 3
1 1 SL02-01 BASE, SLIP WELDMENT
19 17 16 ITEM NO. QTY. PART NO. DESCRIPTION / MATERIAL / SPECIFICATION WT. EA.
29 7 16 9 13 1 PROPRIETARY INFORMATION APPLICABLE SPECS UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED MATERIAL SPEC

A THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS PROPRIETARY AND


CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION WHICH BELONGS TO
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES DIMENSIONAL TOL.
SEE L/M A
31 17 NATIONAL-OILWELL, L.P.. IT IS LOANED FOR LIMITED BREAK SHARP CORNERS 1/32 FRACTIONS ± 1/64
PURPOSES ONLY AND REMAINS THE PROPERTY OF FILLET RADII X.XXX ± .015 TITLE
NATIONAL-OILWELL, L.P.. REPRODUCTION, IN WHOLE
OR IN PART, OR USE OF THIS DESIGN OR CONCENTRICITY X.XX ± .03
DESIGNED BY DATE
POWER SLIP
DISTRIBUTION OF THIS INFORMATION TO OTHERS IS
NOT PERMITTED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS WRITTEN
SQUARENESS
PARALLELISM
X.X ± .1
ANGLE ± .50 DEGREE DRAWN BY DATE
FRAME ASSEMBLY
CONSENT OF NATIONAL-OILWELL, L.P.. THIS
DOCUMENT IS TO BE RETURNED TO NATIONAL- RFS EXCEPT WHEN M MODIFIED SURFACE RMS 250 C. LACKEY 3/9/06 SIZE DRAWING No. REV
OILWELL, L.P. UPON REQUEST AND IN ANY EVENT
UPON COMPLETION OF THE USE FOR WHICH IT WAS
LOANED. THIS DOCUMENT AND THE INFORMATION
SIMILAR TO CHECKED BY
B. WINTER
DATE
6/30/06 D 1100357 D
NEXT ASS'Y P.E. APPROVAL DATE SCALE EST WT SHEET
CONTAINED AND REPRESENTED HEREIN IS THE
COPYRIGHTED PROPERTY OF NATIONAL-OILWELL, L.P. B. WINTER 6/30/06 1:6 341 LBS 1 OF 2
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
8 7 6 5 4 3 DWG No.
1100357
SHT
2 1

D D

44
7 25
42 48 50 51
43

53 D
53 46
D
51 50 47 25
49 52 54 D
51 50 48 49
7 31
C 54 52
C
4
5
25
D
12
L.S. CYLINDER
C ROD END PORT D
20 21

25 2
9

41
ITEMS BELOW SHALL BE ATTACHED TO HOSES AT ASSEMBLY
39 1
QTY 4 - 7800080 - ADAPTER, #6 NPT X #6 JICM
40 QTY 2 - 217527-005 - COUPLING, QUICK HYD 3/8" MALE
38 31 7 QTY 2 - 217526-005 - COUPLING, QUICK HYD 3/8" FEMALE
QTY 2 - 7802954 - CAP, #6 JICF
57 D

C L.S. CYLINDER
B PISTON END PORT B
3 NOTES:

1. ALL HOSE LENGTHS ARE FITTING TO FITTING.


21 20 2. ALL HOSE END FITTINGS ARE JIC FEMALE.
3. USE STAINLESS STEEL TAG STAMPED WITH HOSE
ISOMETRIC VIEW PART NUMBER TO LABEL EACH INDIVIDUAL HOSE.
12 4. USE AEROQUIP GH781 OR EQUIVALENT FOR
3/8" HOSE AT 3000 PSI.
13 5. USE AEROQUIP 2651 OR EQUIVALENT FOR
1/4" HOSE AT 3000 PSI.
9
16 17

PROPRIETARY INFORMATION

A A
THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION
WHICH BELONGS TO NATIONAL-OILWELL, L.P.. IT IS LOANED FOR LIMITED PURPOSES
ONLY AND REMAINS THE PROPERTY OF NATIONAL-OILWELL, L.P.. REPRODUCTION, IN
WHOLE OR IN PART, OR USE OF THIS DESIGN OR DISTRIBUTION OF THIS
INFORMATION TO OTHERS IS NOT PERMITTED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS WRITTEN
CONSENT OF NATIONAL-OILWELL, L.P.. THIS DOCUMENT IS TO BE RETURNED TO
NATIONAL-OILWELL, L.P. UPON REQUEST AND IN ANY EVENT UPON COMPLETION OF THE TITLE

POWER SLIP
USE FOR WHICH IT WAS LOANED. THIS DOCUMENT AND THE INFORMATION CONTAINED
AND REPRESENTED HEREIN IS THE COPYRIGHTED PROPERTY OF NATIONAL-OILWELL, L.P..

DESIGNED BY DATE

DRAWN BY DATE
FRAME ASSEMBLY
C. LACKEY 3/9/06 SIZE DRAWING No. REV
CHECKED BY
B. WINTER
DATE
6/30/06 D 1100357 D
P.E. APPROVAL DATE SCALE EST WT SHEET
B. WINTER 6/30/06 1:4 ----- 2 OF 2
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Model: Power Slip Frame
Reference Number: 1100070

REFERENCE REFERENCE DESCRIPTION


1100070 Recommended Spare Parts List, PSF
RIG/PLANT This document contains proprietary and confidential information
which is the property of National Oilwell Varco, L.P., its affiliates or National Oilwell Varco
subsidiaries (all collectively referred to hereinafter as "NOV"). It is 1530 W. Sam Houston Parkway N
ADDITIONAL CODE SDRL CODE TOTAL PGS loaned for limited purposes only and remains the property of NOV. Houston, Texas 77043
Reproduction, in whole or in part, or use of this design or
REMARKS distribution of this information to others is not permitted without the
express written consent of NOV. This document is to be returned to Phone: (713) 935-8000
NOV upon request or upon completion of the use for which it was Fax: (713) 935-8269
MAIN TAG NUMBER DISCIPLINE loaned. This document and the information contained and
represented herein is the copyrighted property of NOV.
CLIENT PO NUMBER
DOCUMENT NUMBER REV

CLIENT DOCUMENT NUMBER


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REVISION HISTORY

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CHANGE DESCRIPTION

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DEFINITIONS
I. CLASS OF PART

CLASS A: MAINTENANCE ITEMS - EXPENDABLE ITEMS REQUIRING PERIODIC


SERVICE OR REPLACEMENT.

CLASS B: REPAIR ITEMS - WEARING PARTS, WHICH NORMALLY HAVE AN


EXTENDED, BUT NOT INDEFINITE LIFE.

CLASS C: MAJOR REPAIR ITEMS - PARTS ORDINARILY REPLACED ONLY DURING


MAJOR OVERHAUL.

II. ACCESSIBILITY TO SPARE PARTS

AREA 1: EQUIPMENT OPERATING WITHIN EASY ACCESS TO A NATIONAL-


OILWELL STORE OR CUSTOMERS OWN REGIONAL WAREHOUSE.
AND EXPENDABLE PARTS ANTICIPATED FOR OPERATION OF ONE
YEAR.

AREA 2: EQUIPMENT OPERATING IN REMOTE AREAS.

GROUP I: SPARES FOR ONE UNIT PER YEAR.


GROUP II: SPARES TO SUPPORT UP TO TWO UNITS OPERATING IN THE AREA
PER YEAR.

RECOMMENDATIONS

I. AS A GENERAL RULE FOR EQUIPMENT OPERATING IN AN ACCESSIBILITY AREA 1, WE


RECOMMEND:

I LOT OF SPARES FOR EACH UNIT.

II. AS A GENERAL RULE FOR EQUIPMENT OPERATING IN AN ACCESSIBILITY AREA 2, WE


RECOMMEND:

I LOT OF GROUP I SPARES FOR EACH UNIT PER YEAR,


OR
I LOT OF GROUP II SPARES FOR APPROXIMATELY EACH 2 UNITS
OPERATING IN THE AREA.

III. FOR TWO TO THREE YEARS OPERATION, MULTIPLY CLASS A SPARES ONLY BY 2.

DRAWN DATE APPROVED DATE

BMD 10-25-06
DRAWING NO. REV
RECOMMENDED SPARES
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
DOCUMENT ASSEMBLIES
NUMBER DESCRIPTION PER
PSF

MODEL: POWER SLIP FRAME


REF. NO.: 1100070
1100357-RSP POWER SLIP FRAME 1

DRAWN DATE APPROVED DATE

BMD 10-25-06
DRAWING NO. REV
RECOMMENDED SPARES
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DOCUMENT OR DRAWING NO. PAGE

1100357-RSP 1 OF 1
SUBJECT REVISED DATE REV.
POWER SLIP FRAME
PREPARED BY DATE CHECKED BY DATE

BDW 11-28-06
ACCESSIBILITY
AREA
PART NO. DESCRIPTION CLASS WEIGHT ARE AREA 2
* IN LBS A1 GROUP
I II

1100343 CYLINDER, HYDRAULIC C 12 1 1 2


108894-G06 SEAL KIT, BRONZE GLAND B 0.04 2 2 4
108894-P15 SEAL KIT, ROD SEAL & PISTON B .05 1 1 2
108894-Z676 SPANNER WRENCH B .05 1 1 2
103141-2 REPLACEMENT CLEVIS C 1 0 1 2
SL02-07 PIN, LINK C 0.3 2 2 4
SL02-08 PIN, CYLINDER C 0.15 0 0 1
SL02-10 BEARING, ARM B 0.07 1 2 4
SL02-11 BEARING, CYLINDER B 0.04 1 2 4
SL01-20 MAGNET C 37 1 1 2
SL02-19 COVER, BACK C 20 1 1 2
SL02-25 MANIFOLD, HYDRAULIC C 25 0 0 1
SP01-03-06 GREASE FITTING C 0.01 4 4 8
1100212 HOSE, ¼” X 43” LONG B 1 1 2 4
1100476 HOSE, ¼” X 33” LONG B 1 1 2 4
1100477 HOSE, ¼” X 40” LONG B 1 1 2 4
1100478 HOSE, ¼” X 30” LONG B 1 1 2 4
1100216 HOSE, 3/8” X 13” LONG B 1 2 4 8
217526/005 COUPLING, QUICK DISCONNECT FEMALE C 1 1 1 2
217527/005 COUPLING, QUICK DISCONNECT MALE C 1 1 1 2
1100388 PULL LINK C 2 1 1 2
1100392 TRUNNION ANCHOR C 1 1 1 2
1100393 SCREW C 1 2 2 4
1100401 SPRING RETAINER C 0.54 1 1 2
1100402 SPRING ADJUSTER C 0.88 2 2 4
1100422 SPRING, EXTENSION C 0.1 2 2 4
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