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soporte de rodamiento de rodillos

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bits / Mejoras

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Información útil de funcionamiento


Los tipos de rodamientos .... Bearing Types & Valves

Open Air Bearing Sealed Journal Bearing

In this configuration an air passage is provided to the Bearing area. The compressed In Sealed Journal Bearing the Rollers inside the cone are replaced by a Floating
air cools and lubricates the Bearings and blows away any drilling debris extending Bush made out of special alloys which is silver plated. The Bearing Pack is
the life of the Bearing. This Bearing configuration is commonly used in Blasthole protected with an O-Ring Seal. The Bearing lubrication and pressure
Mining applications compensator system is built in. The Floating Bush is highly resistant to heat and
galling. Consequently these Bearings are very durable and suitable for Oil & Gas
as well as Horizontal and Directional Drilling applications

Open Fluid Bearing


In Bearings for Small Diameter Bits instead of the Floating Bush the internal
The standard open roller bearings are without a seal or an air passage. They are surface of the Cone is silver plated using a special process. This design
ideal for drilling shallow holes, in the hundreds of feet with either foam or mud enables Bearing size to be increased in relation to the diameter of the Bit
circulation. These bearing configurations are commonly used in Water Well enhancing its durability. This Bearing design finds application in Exploration and
applications. Workover and Well drilling applications

Rodamiento de rodillos sellado Non Return Valves

Si bien rodamientos de rodillos sellados tienen algunas de las características de abierto al The non return valve is designed to work very effectively in heavy ground water
aire Cojinetes, el paquete de cojinete está protegido con un anillo de sello O- y tiene sistema conditions protecting both the bit’s bearings as well as the pipe threads.
de lubricación y compensador de presión incorporado. Esto impide la entrada de suciedad en
el sistema de cojinete y las fugas de grasa. Esta con fi guración se utiliza para la minería,
reacondicionamiento y de exploración
Air to Bearing Bit features … Sealed Bearing Bit features …

The tooth are long, strong, widely spaced


The cutting structure on the bits is optimized
with intermittent deletions to permit deep
with intermittent pitch breaks for efficient rock
penetration in the formation with
breakage and to reduce vibration
comparatively light weight on bit
Special features provided for cone
Hard metal deposit on the
steel erosion when drilling is abrasive
teeth for endurance and shape
formations
retention

Grease compensator to
maintain pressure inside the
* * Customizable gage
bearing and improve
protection options for
lubrication
maximum endurance
Nozzles with Threaded and
Nail retention options
* * Customizable shirttail depending on the application
protection options for maximum
endurance

A variety of hole bottom cleaning API standard threads are turned with

options depending on the precision machining making them

application concentric to the gage rows for uniform


Special carbide protection loading on bearings
available on nozzle boss while
drilling deep holes

Non return valve options for water injection


drilling and heavy ground water conditions.
Additional product features… Types of Bits….TC Insert

Cone steel protection options Soft formation CN4X series

Application : For use in less abrasive softer formations with


compressive strength ranging between 90 – 150 Mpa, such as shales,
limestones, carbonates and most metamorphic formations.

Cutting profile: These bits are characterized by large diameter, widely


spaced chisel or sharp conical inserts with high projection. This
Hard metal on nose area of cones configuration promotes maximum penetration rates in softer formations.
to avoid coring while drilling is very Smaller carbide inserts are provided on the gage and inner rows to
hard and abrasive formations contain shell erosion and improve performance
Small carbide inserts in between gage and drive
CN40 CN43
rows to reduce steel wear and
increase service life
formation CN5X & CN6X series
protection options
Application : For use in moderately abrasive consolidated formations
with compressive strength ranging between 120 – 200 Mpa such as hard
limestone, quartzite, granodiorite, and medium grade metamorphic
formations.

Cutting profile: These bits are characterized by moderately spaced


wedge chisel or conical inserts with medium projection. This
configuration promotes good penetration rates in medium hard and
moderately abrasive formations. Smaller carbide inserts are provided on
the gage and inner rows or hard metal is deposited in the nose area to CN50 CN60
Double gage protection for very Single gage protection for normal contain shell erosion and improve performance
abrasive drilling conditions non-abrasive drilling conditions

Shirttail protection options Gage Hard formation Medium CN7X series

Application : For use in abrasive consolidated formations with


compressive strength above 200 Mpa such as taconite, quartzite and
banded iron formations

Cutting profile: These bits are characterized by closely spaced conical


or spherical inserts with medium to low projection. This configuration
promotes good penetration rates in hard, consolidated and very abrasive
formations. Smaller carbide inserts are provided on the gage and inner
2/3rd shirttail protection for
rows or hard metal is deposited in the nose area to contain shell erosion
medium hard and CN71 CN73
1/3rd shirttail protection for non Full shirttail protection for very hard and improve performance
moderately abrasive drilling
abrasive drilling and very abrasive drilling
Types of Bits….Steel Tooth Product Line

Soft & Medium formation CN1X & CN2X series


Open Bearing Sealed Bearing

Application : These tooth bits are designed for optimum performance in Air Circulation Fluid Circulation Roller Journal Plated

formations of low compressive strength ranging below 70 MPA


TC Series TC Series TC Series TC Series TC Series
5⁄"-12⁄" 21⁄"-12⁄" 7⁄"-10⁄" 5⁄"-6⁄" 2⁄"

ST Series ST Series ST Series ST Series


3"-7⁄" 2⁄"-7⁄" 3⁄"-6⁄" 3⁄"-4⁄"
Cutting profile: These soft formation bits are designed with long, slim,
strong, widely spaced teeth with intermittent deletions to permit deep
penetration in the formation with comparatively light weight on bit. Bit selection chart

Strength of Rock Soft Medium Hard PSI


CN11 CN22 Rock Formation / Class
MPA 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80
Lower Lower Limestone, Siltstone
2,000 14 Claystone, Mudstone, schist

formation CN3X series 4,000 28 Marl, Chalky Limestone


6,000 41 Soft - Medium Shales

Application : These tooth bits are designed for medium to hard 8,000 55 Soft Marble, Dolomite
10,000 69 Consolidates Sandstone
formations with compressive strength ranging between 70 - 100 MPA
12,000 83 Medium Shale, conglomaerate
14,000 97 Tuff, Soft Schist
16,000 110 Andesite, Rhyolite
Cutting profile: These bits have higher capacity bearings, more closely
18,000 124 Quartzite (Sand & Silt)
spaced teeth with increased tooth angles and more gage surface for 20,000 138 Limestone, Marble
resisting wear to allow the use of heavier weights required to effectively 22,000 152 Monzonite, Granite
drill hard formations 24,000 165 Gneiss

CN33 26,000 179 Diorite, Diabase


28,000 193 Hard Shale, Slate
30,000 207 Limestone, Dolomite
32,000 221 Basalt
Hole bottom flushing options Hard 34,000 234 Tactite, Skarn
36,000 248 Granodiorite
38,000 262 Taconite
40,000 276 Quartzite
42,000 290 Syenite
44,000 303 Gabbro
46,000 317
48,000 331 Banded Iron
50,000 345 Taconite
52,000 359 Chert
54,000 372 Basalt (Hard)
56,000 386 Quartzite
58,000 400
Side Jet Center jet Combined jet 60,000 414 Amphibolite
Higher Higher Hornfels, Hematite Ore
Product offering Product offering

Water-well, Construction & Exploration Bits


Blasthole Bits

Bit Hardest Bit Diameter Steel tooth Tungsten carbide


Softest Rock hardness
Diameter
4-1 4-2 4-3 4-4 5-1 5-2 5-3 5-4 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-4 7-1 7-2 7-3 7-4 Inches mm. 10 20 30 40 50 60 70

5⁄" CN52 CN62 CN72


2 ⁄" 2 ⁄" 2 64 CN11 CN23 CN32 CN33 CN52 CN72
150 mm
CN52 CN62 CN72 ⁄" 2 ⁄" 67 73 CN11 CN23 CN32 CN33 CN52 CN72
6⁄"
159 mm 75 76 CN11 CN23 CN32 CN33 CN52 CN72

80 83 CN23 CN32 CN33 CN52 CN72


CN42 CN52 CN62 CN64 CN72
6⁄" 172
3" 3 ⁄" 86 89 CN11 CN23 CN32 CN52 CN72
mm
3 ⁄" 3 ⁄" 92 95 CN11 CN23 CN32 CN52 CN72
CN40
CN42 CN50 CN53 CN60 CN70
7⁄" 200 3 ⁄" 3 ⁄" 99 CN11 CN23 CN32 CN52 CN72
mm
3 ⁄" 3 ⁄" 102 CN11 CN23 CN32 CN52 CN72
CN50 CN53 CN60 CN64
CN70
8⁄" 219 4" 4 ⁄" 4 105 CN11 CN23 CN32 CN52 CN72
mm
⁄" 4 ⁄" 4 108 CN11 CN23 CN32 CN52 CN72

CN40
CN42 CN50 CN60 CN70
9" 229 ⁄" 4 ⁄" 4 111 CN11 CN23 CN32 CN52 CN72
mm CN50 CN60
⁄" 4 ⁄" 5" 114 CN11 CN23 CN32 CN33 CN52 CN72
CN42S
CN40S CN42 CN40 9⁄"
251 mm CN43 CN50 CN63 CN64 CN73 5 ⁄" 5 ⁄" 118 CN11 CN23 CN32 CN52 CN72

CN42 CN50 CN64


5 ⁄" 5 ⁄" 121 CN11 CN23 CN32 CN42 CN52 CN72
CN42S
CN42 CN40 10⁄" 270 5 ⁄" 5 ⁄" CN11 CN23 CN32 CN52 CN72
mm CN53 CN63 CN73 124

5 ⁄" 6" 6 127 CN11 CN23 CN32 CN52 CN72

⁄" 6 ⁄" 6 130 CN11 CN23 CN32 CN33 CN52 CN72


CN53 CN63 CN73
12⁄" 311
mm ⁄" 6 ⁄" 6 133 CN11 CN23 CN32 CN33 CN52 CN72

⁄" 7" 7 ⁄" 137 CN11 CN23 CN32 CN42 CN52 CN72

140 CN11 CN23 CN32 CN52 CN72


Sealed bearing Bits
143 CN11 CN23 CN32 CN52 CN72

146 CN11 CN23 CN32 CN52 CN72

Steel tooth Tungsten carbide 149 CN11 CN23 CN32 CN52 CN72
Bit Diameter
10 20 30 40 50 60 70
152 CN11 CN23 CN32 CN33 CN52 CN72
2 ⁄" 75
156 CN11 CN23 CN32 CN33 CN52 CN72
mm 3 ⁄" CN52P
99 mm 4 ⁄" CN21J 159 CN11 CN23 CN32 CN33 CN52 CN72

114 mm 4 CN21P CN31P 162 CN11 CN23 CN32 CN33 CN52 CN72

⁄" 121 CN31J 165 CN11 CN23 CN32 CN33 CN52 CN62 CN72
mm 5 ⁄"
172 CN11 CN23 CN32 CN33 CN52 CN62 CN72
140 mm CN21J CN31J
178 CN11 CN23 CN32 CN33 CN52 CN62 CN72
CN21P CN31P

CN52J 194 CN11 CN23 CN32 CN33 CN52 CN72

CN11 CN23 CN32 CN33 CN52 CN72


6" CN52J CN11 CN23 CN32 CN33 CN52 CN72
152 mm 6
CN11 CN23 CN32 CN33 CN52 CN62 CN72
⁄" 159 CN11J CN31J
mm 6 ⁄" CN11 CN23 CN32 CN33 CN52 CN62 CN72

165 mm CN54J CN11 CN23 CN32 CN33 CN52 CN62 CN72


Product specifications Useful Operating Information

Blasthole Bits Sealed Bits

Pin Product Flush Bit Pin Product Flush


Bit
Diameter connection weight mode Diameter connection weight mode • When a new bit is installed, drill at reduced weight for a short period
5 ⁄" 150 2 ⁄" 75
3 ⁄" API REG 3 ⁄" 12 Kg Jet
mm 3 ⁄" N-rod thread 2 ⁄" 2 Kg 4 Center Flush • Provide adequate air to the bit to ensure trouble free bearing performance and reduced abrasion wear
mm 6 ⁄"
159 mm 6 99 mm 4 on cones and shirttails. (recommended is 40 – 45 psi at the bit)
API REG 3 ⁄" API 14.5 Kg Jet ⁄" 114 mm API REG 2 ⁄" API Kg Center Flush
⁄" 172 mm
7 ⁄" 200 4 ⁄" 121
REG 4 ⁄" API REG 17.5 Kg 28 Jet mm 5 ⁄" REG 2 ⁄" API REG 5.5 Kg Jet flush Jet
mm 8 ⁄"
219 mm 140 mm • Turn the air on before lowering the bit to collar the hole. Keep the air on until the bit is finished drilling
4 ⁄" API REG 4 ⁄" Kg 42 Kg Jet 2 ⁄" API REG 3 ⁄" 8.5 Kg flush Jet flush
and is out of the hole.
API REG 6 ⁄" API 44 Kg 57 Jet API REG 3 ⁄" API 11 Kg Jet flush Jet
• Always rotate the bit when moving in or out of the hole.
9" 229 6" 152
REG 6 ⁄" API REG Kg 65 Kg Jet REG 3 ⁄" API REG 12 Kg flush Jet flush
mm 9 ⁄" mm 6 ⁄" • Some indications that the hole is not being properly cleaned are:
251 mm 159 mm 6
10 ⁄" 270
Jet ⁄" 165 mm 13.5 Kg - Increase in torque indication through higher hydraulic pressure.
mm
Jet 16 Kg - Increase in air pressure.

- Heavy wear and /or damage indications on shirttails.


• Always rotate when coming out of the hole to:
Water-well, Construction & Exploration Bits
- Help in cleaning the cuttings from the hole.
- Keeps cuttings from entering the bearings around the back face of the cone.
Bit Pin Product Flush Bit Pin Product Flush
Diameter connection mode Diameter connection mode
weight weight • Never use the hydraulic pressure on the bit for levelling the machine.
2 ⁄" 64 4 ⁄" 121
N-rod thread 1.7 kg Center 2 ⁄" API REG 2 ⁄" 8.5 kg Center
mm 2 ⁄ mm 4 ⁄" • When adding extra drill steel in wet holes, always make three or four cleaning passes to get a
67 mm 2 124 mm cleaner hole bottom.
N-rod thread 1.6 Kg Center API REG 2 ⁄" API 8.5 kg Center Center
⁄" 73 mm
2 ⁄" 75
N-rod thread 1.5 Kg 2 Center
5" 127
REG 2 ⁄" API 8.5 kg Center Center
• Bit cones should be checked periodically to be sure that all are about the same temperature. One hot
mm mm 5 ⁄"
cone generally indicates that the air passage to that bearing is obstructed. Clean the bit with water
130 mm
N-rod thread kg 2 kg Center REG 2 ⁄" API 10 Kg Center Center
5 ⁄" 133 and continue drilling
3" 76 mm 5 ⁄"
N-rod thread 2 kg 2 Center REG 2 ⁄" API 10 Kg Center Center
mm 3 ⁄" 137 mm • A bit should never be left down the hole when repairs require lowering the head assembly to the deck.
80 mm 3 5 ⁄" 140 This bit should be substituted by a dull bit to protect the drill pipe threads.
N-rod thread kg 2 kg Center REG 2 ⁄" API 10.5 Kg Center / Jet
⁄" 83 mm mm 5 ⁄"
3 ⁄" 86 143 mm
N-rod thread Center REG 3 ⁄" API 11 Kg Center / Jet
mm 3 ⁄" 5 ⁄" 146
• Properly maintain the drill pipe and its threaded connections. A bent pipe will often cause early
89 mm 3 mm 5 ⁄"
N-rod thread 2 ⁄" Center REG 3 ⁄" API 11.5 Kg Center / Jet
⁄" 92 mm 149 mm failure.
3 ⁄" 95
API REG 2 ⁄" API 3.2 Kg Center REG 3 ⁄" API 11.9 Kg Center / Jet • Blasthole bits drill most economically when sufficient weight is applied to cause spalling of the
mm 3 ⁄"
99 mm formation. Selecting correct rotary speed is usually a matter of trial- and-error, depending upon the
REG 2 ⁄" API 3.2 Kg Center REG 3 ⁄" API 12 Kg 12 Center / Jet

6" 152
formation being drilled or use the factory recommended weight and rotation speeds.
REG 2 ⁄" API 3.5 Kg 4 Center REG 3 ⁄" API Kg Center / Jet
mm 6 ⁄"
REG 2 ⁄" API Kg 4 Kg Center 156 mm 6 REG 3 ⁄" API 12.5 Kg Center / Jet
⁄" 159 mm • Always record footage drilled, time in the hole, RPM, WOB (weight on bit), air pressure psi,
4" 102 REG 2 ⁄" API 4 Kg 4 Center
6 ⁄" 162 REG 3 ⁄" API 13.5 Kg 16 Center / Jet formation drilled and any unusual drilling conditions.
mm 4 ⁄" mm 6 ⁄"
105 mm 165 mm 6 • After the bit is discarded it is necessary to make a comparative analysis of each bit type dulling and
REG 2 ⁄" API Kg 4 Kg Center REG 3 ⁄" API Kg 16 Kg Center / Jet
4 ⁄" 108 ⁄" 172 mm
mm 4 ⁄" causes. Evaluating those findings can increase drilling efficiency while reducing drilling cost and will
REG 2 ⁄" API Center REG 3 ⁄" API 16 Kg 17
111 mm precisely determine what bit design features are required for the application.
4 ⁄" 114
REG 2 ⁄" API Center REG 3 ⁄" API Kg 24 Kg
mm 4 ⁄"
118 mm 7" 178
REG 2 ⁄" API 5.5 Kg 6 Center REG 4 ⁄" API
mm 7 ⁄"
194 mm
REG Kg Center REG
Pull Down & Rotation Air Requirements

Pull down load is required to adequately push teeth into the rock to break in efficiently. It is the primary factor in In rotary blasthole drilling, delivery of air in sufficient volume and at proper pressure is very essential to assure
rate of penetration. The unconfined compressive strength of the rock determines how much pull down is to be optimum bit performance.
applied.
Right amount of air ensures efficient cuttings removal from the hole bottom to the surface. It also reduces the cutting
High UCS rocks may need time for the indenter to break it. Lower RPM is often required for efficient rock breakage. structure wear and bearing erosive wear by means of efficient bottom hole cleaning.

The right amount of back pressure is also required to cool the bearing and to keep the bearing clean from drilling
RPM
debris.
140
The air volume provided must be good enough to produce a bailing velocity of 5,000-7,000 ft./min. for dry cuttings;
120
and 7,000-10,000 ft./min. for wet cuttings. To determine volumetric requirements, and bailing velocity the simple
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equation may be used.
Bit RPM

2
Q = V/183.35 (D – d )
2
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inches. D = hole diameter, inches.


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183.35 = Factor for conversion Hence to determine the bailing velocity


Rotation is required to move the cutting teeth to the next rock cutting position. The faster you move the teeth to
the equations is
the next position, the faster you will drill. If the rock resists indentation by the teeth, there will be minimal rock
breakage, and rate of penetration will not increase proportionally with higher rotation. 2
V = Q x 183.35 / (D²- d ) feet per min

For softer rock high RPM is required as Soft rock responds to frequency and for harder rock low RPM is required as
Nozzle selection
Hard rock responds to time

Nozzles should be selected so that the pressure inside the bit is 40-45 psi. The cab operating pressure inside the drills
Pull down cabin could be higher, depending on the type of drill and CFM of air circulated. Typically, on compressors rated with

10,000
80-100 psi bit pressures can be 10 - 25 psi lower than the cab gauge reading.
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NOZZLE SELECTION
Thread
Bit Diameter Nozzle size Air Pressure drop across Blast-hole bits with various nozzle size. Air volume delivered - CFM (cubic feet per minute)
connection
500 600 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 2000 2100 2200 2300 2400 2600 2800 3000

8 mm 10 62 77

mm 11 47 59 71
2 ⁄" & 3
5"-6" ⁄" mm 35 45 55 66 75

12.7 mm 14 26 34 42 50 58 66 74

mm 8 mm 18 24 31 38 44 58 58 64 71

10 mm 11 52 62 72 81
Nozzle Selection Table

6 ⁄" to 7 mm 43 51 61 69 78

⁄" 3 ⁄" 34 41 48 57 65 73 79

12.7 mm 14 29 33 41 48 54 61 67 73 79

mm 10 23 29 34 41 47 51 56 62 67 73 79

mm 11 35 44 54 65 74 82

mm 29 36 43 50 56 64 70 76 82

7 ⁄" to 12.7 mm 14 22 26 32 38 44 50 58 66 75 83

9" 4 ⁄" mm 16 21 27 33 38 44 50 56 62 68 74 81

mm 20 25 30 35 41 46 51 56 64 68 72 78

17.5 mm 19 22 26 30 35 40 45 51 56 61 66 72 78

mm 10 20 24 28 33 36 40 46 50 54 59 64 69 74 78

mm 11 35 45 53 61 69 76

mm 28 36 43 51 59 66 73 80

12.7 mm 14 20 26 32 38 44 52 59 65 70 76

9 ⁄" to mm 16 21 27 33 39 44 50 55 59 65 67 74 79

11" 6 ⁄" mm 18 24 31 35 40 47 48 52 59 61 65 69 73 77

17.5 mm 19 21 25 30 35 38 44 48 50 55 59 63 67 71 75 79

mm 22 18 21 25 32 35 39 44 46 49 53 56 60 63 67 72 74 78

mm 25 21 23 27 31 31 36 39 42 45 47 50 53 54 60 64 70 76

mm 10 20 22 22 24 27 29 32 34 37 39 41 46 51 56

mm 11 18 24 29 34 40 45 52 57 62 68 74

mm 19 24 28 34 39 44 48 53 57 61 66 71 76

12.7 mm 14 20 22 26 30 33 37 41 45 49 54 58 62 66 71

12 ⁄" to mm 16 20 23 26 28 32 35 39 43 47 50 54 58 62 65 69 73

15" 6 ⁄" mm 19 22 25 28 31 34 38 41 44 47 51 54 57 61 65 69

17.5 mm 19 20 23 26 29 32 35 38 41 43 46 49 52 54 58 52 66

mm 22 16 18 20 22 24 26 27 29 32 34 36 39 41 43 46

mm 25 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 34 38 42

mm 16 18 20 24 26 28 30
Notes