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WENZEL DOWNHOLE TOOLS LTD.

...most significant assets are our leading edge technologies and employees that continually develop new and better ways to apply our technology to drilling situations. Wenzel Downhole Tools Ltd. leads the Drilling Industry with superior tools and exceptional service.
Wenzel Downhole Tools Ltd. (WZL) has been a leading supplier of downhole drilling tools to the oil and gas industry for over thirty years. The company continues to pioneer and patent new concepts in motor capabilities for numerous drilling applications. No one makes better Downhole drilling equipment than WZL. From our premium motors to our cost saving jars, shock and mud saver valves, customers report over and over that they prefer WZL tools because their durability and reliability means a lower cost per meter of hole. The cornerstone of WZLs continued growth is the innovation of its products. WZL designs and manufactures downhole drilling tools using leading-edge technology for the downhole oil and gas drilling industry, the utility trenchless underground construction industry, and the environmental industry. Through innovation Wenzels downhole motors have consistently provided customers with longer uninterrupted run times. WZL has gained a worldwide reputation of having the best Downhole Motors in the drilling industry. WZLs market advantage is its leading edge technology and its employees, who continually outperform the industry in developing new and better ways to enhance its products. Research and development provides the catalyst for growth as the Company continues to successfully introduce product advancements that enable more effective and efficient drilling. WZL holds numerous patents for products that are in demand around the world. Our tools are utilized in the United States, Mexico, Scotland, Australia, Italy, Germany, Russia, China, Venezuela, Bolivia and several other countries.

M6 Millennium Motor
The Wenzel M6 Millennium Motor was developed specifically to handle the rigors of being used with the latest developments in ultra-high torque power sections. The M6 incorporates the latest technology developments in sealed and oil bath lubricated bearing assembly, Series 22 adjustable bent housing and our Maxi-Torque Drive Line. Available in sizes ranging from 2 7/8 through 11 .

Sealed and Oil Bath Lubricated M6 Bearing assembly


The M6 bearing assembly incorporates a large diameter output mandrel to handle the torque demands of ultra high toque power sections. Separate on and off bottom thrust bearings allow for high allowable weight on bit and back reaming loads. The M6 was designed specifically for Directional, Horizontal and Straight Hole drilling applications.

Features

Short Bit to Bend for more predictable build rates Oil Lubricated for longer service life. The bearings are not exposed to drilling fluid Large output mandrel with high torque capacity Impact resistant radial bearings. Hydrostatically balanced. Balanced to bit pressure drop. Internal seals are not exposed to differential pressure. Thread on stabilization. Threaded to accommodate a near bit stabilizer or off set pad. A thread protetor sleeve is installed when stabilization is not used.

Series 22 Adjustable Bent Housing


The M6 utilizes the series 22 three degree adjustable bent housing. This adjustable housing features an innovative adjusting crown lifting feature that eliminates problems associated with a stuck or seized adjusting crown. Bend settings are extremely easy to set with an internal stop that prevents rotation past the 0or 3 setting positions.

Features

Maxi-Torque Drive Line

Adjusting crown lift feature eliminates problems associated with stuck or seized adjusting crowns. Large through bore to accommodate the Maxi Torque drive-line Internal stop prevents rotation past the 0or 3 setting positions Increased make-up torques Adjustable from 0-3 degrees in 12 increments Also available in optional 0 to 2 degree and 0 to 4 degree bend settings.

Todays ultra high torque power sections cause extremely high contact stress in the classic ball type drivelines. This leads to high disposal rates for expensive ball style driveline components, increased cost of ownership, and an increased potential for driveline failure. The Maxi-Torque drive line features massive contact area on drive keys virtually eliminates failure and premature disposal due to wear of expensive driveline components when compared to overstressed and antiquated ball style driveline.

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Benefits and Features


High allowable WOB and back reaming forces Equipped with 0 - 3 Series 22 Adjustable Housing Shorter bit to bend for more predictable build rates Features the Maxi-torque Driveline Stronger bearing mandrel for use with high torque power sections

Specifications
Imperial Imperial
Nominal OD Designation 2 7/8" 3 1/2" 4 3/4 - 5" 6 1/2" 8" 9 1/2" 11 1/4" M6 M6 M5 M6 M6 10A 10A

(See next page for Power Section Performance)

Bit Box to Bend 2.74 feet 3.07 feet 5.02 feet 5.57 feet 6.75 feet 10.12 feet

Hole Size 3 1/2" - 4 1/2" 4 1/4" - 5 7/8" 5 7/8" - 7 7/8" 7 7/8" - 9 7/8" 9 5/8" - 12 1/4" 12 1/4" - 26"

Standard Bit Box Thread 2 3/8 Reg 2 7/8 Reg 3 1/2 Reg 4 1/2 Reg

Max WOB 11,400 lbs 18,500 lbs 53,300 lbs 90,200 lbs

Max Pull While Back Reaming 19,000 lbs 30,900 lbs 52,400 lbs 50,500 lbs 175,000 lbs 136,600 lbs 191,700 lbs

Absolute Overpull 157,000 lbs 226,000 lbs 515,000 lbs 780,000 lbs 1,116,000 lbs 1,208,900 lbs 1,948,300 lbs

Adjustable Torque Left Hand 1,500 ft lbs 3,500 ft lbs 10,000 ft lbs

Stabilizer Torque 600 ft lbs 2,200 ft lbs 6,000 ft lbs

30,000 ft lbs 12,000 ft lbs 40,000 ft lbs 35,000 ft lbs 60,000 ft lbs 40,000 ft lbs 60,000 ft lbs 50,000 ft lbs

6 5/8 Reg 105,000 lbs 7 5/8 Reg 225,000 lbs

9.25 feet 12 1/4" - 17 1/2" 6 5/8 Reg 190,000 lbs

Metric Metric
Nominal OD Designation 73mm 89mm 121-127mm 165mm 203mm 241mm 286mm M6 M6 M5 M6 M6 10A 10A Bit Box to Bend 0.8 m 0.9 m 1.5 m 1.7 m 2.1 m 2.8 m 3.1 m Hole Size 89 - 114mm 108 - 149mm 149 - 200mm 200 - 251mm 245 - 311mm 311 - 445mm 311 - 660mm Standard Bit Box Thread 2 3/8 Reg 2 7/8 Reg 3 1/2 Reg 4 1/2 Reg 6 5/8 Reg 6 5/8 Reg Max WOB 5,100 daN 8,200 daN 23,700 daN 40,100 daN 46,700 daN 84,500 daN Max Pull While Back Reaming 8,500 daN 13,700 daN 23,300 daN 22,500 daN 77,800 daN 60,800 daN 85,300 daN Absolute Overpull 69,800 daN 100,500 daN Adjustable Torque Left Hand 2,030 Nm 4,750 Nm Stabilizer Torque 810 Nm 2,980 Nm 8,140 Nm 16,270 Nm 47,460 Nm 54,240 Nm 67,800 Nm

229,100 daN 13,560 Nm 346,900 daN 40,680 Nm 496,400 daN 54,240 Nm 537,700 daN 81,360 Nm 866,600 daN 81,360 Nm

7 5/8 Reg 100,100 daN

Millennium Motor Assemblies


POWER SECTION PERFORMANCE
Size Inch
2 7/8 2 7/8 3 1/2 4 3/4 4 3/4 4 3/4 4 3/4 4 3/4 5 5 5 6 1/2 6 1/2 6 1/2 6 1/2 6 1/2 6 1/2 8 8 8 8 9 5/8 9 5/8 9 5/8 9 5/8 11 1/4

Configuration

Flow Rates gpm lpm


264 - 492 189 - 378 284 - 568 568 - 1325 379 - 1041 379 - 1136 568 - 1136 568 - 1136 568 - 1136 568 - 1136 568-1136 757 - 1893 1136 - 2271 757 - 2271 757 - 1893 1136 - 2271 1325 - 2366 1136 - 3407 1136 - 3407 1136 - 3407 1136 - 3407

Speed Ratio Rev / Gal


2.154 2.700 1.570 0.850 1.030 0.300 0.510 0.630 0.350 0.630 0.170 0.350 0.200 0.150 0.320 0.260 0.150 0.070 0.170 0.160 0.220 0.112 0.110 0.120 0.070 0.160

Bit Speed rpm


150 - 280 135 - 270 118 - 235 127 - 296 103 - 283 30 - 92 76 - 152 94 - 189 23 - 123 94 - 189 26 - 51 68 - 169 59 - 118 30 - 90 64 - 161 78 - 157 53 - 94 22 - 66 51 - 153 48 - 143 65 - 196 67 - 135 65 - 130 76 - 148 22 - 66 96 - 176

Stall Torque ft lbs.


545 690 1,655 4,820 4,650 4,093 4,215 4,789 7,232 4,789 7,983 9,978 9,797 13,406 10,215 14,288 16,128 19,224 11,325 17,203 18,821 30,400 25,188 27,674 19,224 19,642

Maximum Recommended Differential Psi


300 450 665 1,050 1,130 385 665 875 875 875 362 875 525 525 840 1,050 619 438 525 700 1,050 450 700 875 438 805

mm
73 73 89 121 121 121 121 121 127 127 127 165 165 165 165 165 165 203 203 203 203 244 244 244 244 286 7/8 2 stg. Air 7/8 3 stg. 7/8 3.8 stg. 5/6 6 stg. 5/6 8.3 stg. 7/8 2.2 stg. Slow 7/8 3.8 stg. 7/8 5 stg. 7/8 3.7 stg. 7/8 5 stg. 9/10 2.1 stg 6/7 5 stg. 7/8 3 stg. 7/8 3 stg. Slow 7/8 4.8 stg. 7/8 6 stg. 9/10 3.5 stg. 7/8 2.5 stg. Slow 7/8 3 stg. 7/8 4 stg. 8/9 6 stg. 5/6 3 stg. 5/6 4 stg. 6/7 5 stg. 7/8 2.5 stg. Slow 5/6 4.6 Stg

Rev / l
0.569 0.714 0.415 0.225 0.270 0.079 0.135 0.166 0.092 0.166 0.037 0.090 0.053 0.040 0.085 0.069 0.040 0.018 0.045 0.042 0.058 0.030 0.029 0.032 0.018 0.042

Nm
739 936 2,243 6,535 6,305 5,550 5,715 6,493 9804 6493 10,825 13,528 13,282 18,175 13,850 19,375 21,866 26,064 15,354 23,324 25,518 41,222 34,149 37,520 26,064 26,631

kPa
2,069 3,103 4,585 7,240 7,797 2,655 4,585 6,033 6,033 6,033 2,496 6,033 3,620 3,620 5,792 7,239 4,268 3,020 3,620 4,826 7,239 3,103 4,826 6,033 3,020 5,550

70 - 130 50 - 100 75 - 150 150 - 350 100 - 275 100 - 300 150 - 300 150 - 300 150 - 300 150 - 300 150-300 200 - 500 300 - 600 200 - 600 200 - 500 300 - 600 350 - 625 300 - 900 300 - 900 300 - 900 300 - 900

600 - 1200 2271 - 4542 600 - 1200 2271 - 4542 600 - 1200 2271 - 4542 300 - 900 1136 - 3407

600 - 1100 2271 - 4164

Specifications are based on as new condition and are subject to change without notice.

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Benefits and Features


Sealed and oil filled bearing assembly 0 - 2 degree adjustable housing Developed to achieve higher build rates at rotatable bend settings Utilizes Maxi-torque driveline Capable of transmitting extremely high torque Suitable for use with even wall technology, hard rubber, and other high torque power sections Patents Pending

Predicted Build Rates & Maximum Rotatable BUR


(for 8 3/4 Hole Size)
Bend Setting (degrees)
0.00 0.26 0.52 0.77 1.00 1.22 1.41 1.59 1.73 1.85 1.93 1.98 2.00

Predicted Build Rate (deg/100ft.)


0 3 6 9 11 14 16 18 19 20 21 22 22

Max. Hole Curvature for Rotary Drilling (deg/100ft.)


24 22 20 18 16 15 13 12 11 10 9 9 9
BUR predictions are based on data from a small sample of actual wells. Many factors can affect BUR. Values are provided for information only. The above chart is based on 8 3/4 Hole Size, 8 1/2 Near Bit Stabilizer, and 6 1/2 3.0 Stage 7:8 Power Sec tion. Please contact Wenzel Down hole for information on other configurations.

6 1/2 Short Bit To Bend Motor


Specifications

Specification
Nominal Motor Size Bit Box to Bend Hole Size Standard Bit Box Thread Maximum WOB Max. Pull while back Reaming Absolute Overpull Average Tool Weight Average Length Torque for Adjustable Housing Stabilizer Torque

Imperial
6.50 inches 29.5 inches 7 7/8 9 7/8 inches 4 1/2 Reg 68,500 lbs 55,200 lbs 597,000 lbs 2100 lbs 28.08 feet 30,000 ftlbs 12,000 ftlbs

Metric
165 mm 749 mm 200 250 mm 4 1/2 Reg 30 450 daN 24 500 daN 265 400 daN 970 kg 8.56 m 40 700 Nm 16 300 Nm

Specifications are based on as new condition and are subject to change without notice.

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Description
The Wenzel Multi-Point Stabilized motor is designed to reduce deviation in areas where unintentional wellbore deviation is a frequent problem. Replaceable, integral blade stabilizers are located at the top, center and lower end of the motor, to enhance stiffness and provide optimized well-bore contact. A DCR sub can also be added to the MultiPoint motor for additional deviation control when drilling through extremely faulted formations. Wenzel Multi-Point Motors have successfully reduced deviation in locations where formation conditions have a tendency to deflect the wellbore.

Holes
Tools are available for a range of holes sizes from 6 1/8 (156mm) to 12 1/4 (311mm) hole diameters with the power sections shown on the next page. Other sizes and power sections are available upon request.

Millennium Motor Specifications


(See next page for Performance Specifications)
4 3/4 Bearing Assembly 53,300 52,400 515,000 6 1/2 Bearing Assembly 90,200 lbs 50,500 lbs 1 780,000 lbs

Imperial
Max. WOB Maximum Pull while Back reaming Absolute Overpull

8 Bearing Assembly 105,000 lbs 75,000 lbs 1,116,000 lbs

Metric
Max. WOB 2 Maximum Pull while Back reaming Absolute Overpull

121mm Bearing Assembly 3 700 daN 4 23 300 daN 2 229 100 daN

165mm Bearing 0 100 daN 4 2 500 daN 7 346 900 daN

203mm Bearing Assembly 6 700 daN 7,800 daN 496 400 daN

Multi-Point Stabilized Motor


Performance Specifications
Imperial

Size (inch)
4 3/4 4 3/4 5 6 1/2 6 1/2 6-3/4 6 1/2 6 1/2 8

Configuration
7/8 ml 2.2 stg. Slow 7/8 ml 3.8 stg. 9/10 2.1 stg. 6/7 ml 5 stg. 6/7 ml 5 stg. 7/8 ml 3 stg. 7/8 ml 3 stg. Slow 8/9 ml 6 stg.

Flow Rates (gpm)


100 - 300 150 - 300 150 - 300 200 - 500 300 - 600 300 - 600 200 - 600 300 - 900

Speed Ratio (Rev / Gal)


0.300 0.510 0.170 0.350 0.290 0.200 0.150 0.220

Bit Speed (rpm)


30 - 92 76 - 152 26 - 51 68 - 169 87 - 174 59 - 118 30 - 90 65 - 196

Maximum Torque (ft lbs.)


2,729 2,810 5,322 6,652 7,280 6,531 8,937 12,548

Stall Torque (ft lbs.)


4,093 4,215 7,983 9,978 10,920 9,797 13,406 18,821

Maximum Differential (psi)


385 665 362 875 875 525 525 1,050

Metric

Size (mm)
121 121 127 165 165 171 165 165 203

Configuration
7/8 ml 2.2 stg. Slow 7/8 ml 3.8 stg. 9/10 2.1 stg. 6/7 ml 5 stg. 6/7 ml 5 stg. 7/8 ml 3 stg. 7/8 ml 3 stg. Slow 8/9 ml 6 stg.

Flow Rates (lpm)


379 - 1136 568 - 1136 568-1136 757 - 1893 1136 - 2271 1136 - 2271 757 - 2271 1136 - 3407

Speed Ratio (Rev / l)


0.079 0.135 0.037 0.090 0.077 0.053 0.040 0.058

Bit Speed (rpm)


30 - 92 76 - 152 26 - 51 68 - 169 87 - 174 59 - 118 30 - 90 65 - 196

Maximum Torque (N m)
3701 3810 7217 9018 9870 8855 12 117 17 012

Stall Torque (N m)
5550 5715 10 825 13 528 14 806 13 282 18 175 25 518

Maximum Differential (kPa)


2655 4585 2496 6033 6033 3620 3620 7239

Specifications are based on as new condition and are subject to change without notice.

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Description
The Wenzel Downhole Hydraulic / Mechanical Drilling Jar (HMJ) is a double acting jar, designed to deliver hydraulic delay when jarring in the up direction, and mechanical release when jarring in the down direction. The HMJ incorporates a latch mechanism to keep the jar locked in the neutral position and eliminate unexpected jarring while tripping or racking back in the derrick.

Benefits & Features


The HMJ is normally operated in the latched position to reduce unexpected jarring while drilling, and eliminate movement between jar components to increase service life. The HMJ operates with a simple up and down motion and is not affected by torque. The spline drive and latch mechanism are enclosed in a single, sealed oil chamber without ports that might fill with cuttings and restrict the down jar stroke. The hydraulic delay mechanism is located in a separate chamber to prevent contamination and increase reliability. With the latch mechanism in the cocked or latched position, the inner mandrel and outer housing act integrally, virtually eliminating seal and inner tool wear during normal drilling conditions. There is no need to extend or open the jar before running in the hole. Standard seals in the tool are effective to 275F (135C). The jar can be dressed with seals effective to 450F (230C) for hot hole environments. External sealing surfaces are tungsten carbidecoated to enhance wear and corrosion resistance. The HMJ can be run in tension or in compression within the preset latch settings.
Latch

Operation
(Jarring Up) Jarring up is achieved by applying sufficient overpull to overcome the latch setting, which initiates the hydraulic time delay. During the time delay, the overpull at surface can be adjusted to vary the impact force. See the table for the maximum pull during delay. After impact, apply a down force sufficient to close jar and re-engage latch, then repeat the jarring cycle as required. (Jarring Down) Jarring down is achieved by applying sufficient downward force to overcome the latch setting and pump open force. At that point, the HMJ will release and jar downward. After impact, pick up the drill string to re-engage the mechanical latch then repeat the jarring cycle as required.

Valve with Metering Device

Hydraulic Piston

Hydraulic / Mechanical Drilling Jar (HMJ)


Specifications
Imperial
Nominal Length OD (ft) (inch)
3.12 3.50 3.75 4.75 6.25 6.50 6.62 6.75 8.00 9.00 9.50 13.9 14.9 15.1 17.0 18.0 18.0 18.0 17.9 18.2 19.6 19.6

Thru Bore (inch)


1.00 1.25 1.19 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.75 2.75 2.81 3.00 3.00

Approx. Pump Weight Open (lbs) Area (in2)


270 370 420 680 1,400 1,400 1,400 1,500 2,200 3,200 3,500 4.0 6.0 6.0 11.80 19.6 19.6 21.7 23.8 30.7 38.5 41.3

Torsional Limit (ft lbs)


8200 10,300 11,300 20,000 48,500 52,400 53,800 48,800 79,600 162,500 178,400

Nominal Up Nominal Latch Down Latch Setting (lbs) Setting (lbs)


25,000 35,000 35,000 40,000 90,000 90,000 90,000 95,000 100,000 110,000 110,000 11,000 15,000 15,000 18,000 40,000 40,000 40,000 42,000 45,000 50,000 50,000

Max Pull During Delay (lbs)


42,000 50,000 65,000 85,000 160,000 160,000 170,000 190,000 240,000 240,000 240,000

Tensile Yield (lbs)


175,000 190,000 192,000 352,000 803,000 803,000 747,000 860,500 950,000 1,288,000 1,749,000

Metric
Nominal Length OD (m) (mm)
79 89 95 121 159 165 168 171 203 229 241 4.2 4.5 4.6 5.2 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 6.0 6.0

Thru Bore (mm)


25.4 31.8 30.2 57.2 57.2 57.2 69.9 69.9 71.4 76.2 76.2

Approx. Weight (kg)


125 170 190 300 630 660 645 700 1000 1400 1600

Pump Open Area (mm2)


2580 3900 3900 7600 12 700 12 700 14 000 15 300 19 800 24 800 26 600

Torsional Limit (Nm)


11 100 14 000 15 300 27 100 65 800 71 000 72 900 66 200 108 000 220 300 242 000

Nominal Up Latch Setting (daN)


11 100 15 600 15 600 17 800 40 000 40 000 40 000 42 300 44 500 48 900 48 900

Nominal Down Latch Setting (daN)


4 900 6700 6700 8000 17 800 17 800 17 800 18 700 20 000 22 200 22,200

Max Pull During Delay (daN)


18 680 22 200 28 900 37 800 71 200 71 200 75 600 84 500 106 700 106 700 106 700

Tensile Yield (daN)


77 850 84 500 85 400 156 600 357 200 357 200 332 300 382 800 422 600 572 900 778 000

Specifications are based on as new condition and are subject to change without notice.

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Description
The Wenzel Downhole Double Acting Hydraulic Drilling Jar (HJDA) is a bi-directional drilling jar incorporating hydraulic delay without a latch mechanism. This jar will allow the operator to apply variable impact in both the up and down directions. The HJDA is intended for use in highly deviated or high friction wells, where conditions may prevent applying sufficient force to release a mechanical latch.

Benefits & Features


The Wenzel Downhole HJDA is hydraulically The HJDA operates via a simple up and down controlled and jars in both directions, with impact motion and is unaffected by right- or left-hand force controlled by the operator. torque. Impact force is controlled by a metering device Standard seals are suitable for use up to 275F that ensures consistent delay times over the full (135C). Optional high temperature seal kits range of operating temperatures. are available suitable for service to 450F (230C) External sealing surfaces are tungsten carbidecoated to enhance wear and corrosion resistance.

Upper Hydraulic Chamber

Dual Valves with Metering Device Lower Hydraulic Chamber

Operation
Jarring Up With the jar in the neutral position, apply the desired overpull in excess of the free string weight, starting the hydraulic delay sequence. At the end of the hydraulic delay, the jar will release causing an upward impact force. If necessary, lower the drill string sufficiently to close the jar to the neutral position, ready to jar up again. Jarring Down With the jar in the neutral position, lower the drill string to apply the desired down force, starting the hydraulic delay sequence. At the end of the hydraulic delay, the jar will release causing a downward impact force. If necessary, raise the drill string sufficiently to open the jar to the neutral position, ready to jar down again. Handling To prevent unintentional tripping during handling, the HJDA is fitted with a safety clamp to keep the jar in the fully extended position. The safety clamp must remain installed until the jar is ready to run into the hole. When preparing to run into the hole, connect the jar to the drill string and apply tension before removing the safety clamp. When coming out of the hole, install the safety clamp while the jar is still under tension and fully extended.

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Double Acting Hydraulic Drilling Jar (HJDA)


Specifications Standard
Imperial
Nominal OD (inch)
3.38 4.25 4.75 6.25 6.50 6.75 8.00 9.50

Length Thru Bore (ft) (inch)


14.3 16.9 17.4 17.9 18.1 17.9 18.2 19.0 1.50 2.00 2.25 2.25 2.75 2.75 2.81 3.00

Tensile Yield (lbs)


234,900 300,800 470,000 938,900 1,220,000 1,195,100 1,293,900 2,106,900

Torsional Limit (ft lbs)


8100 16,300 21,500 50,700 51,000 51,500 103,200 189,300

Max Pull Up Down During Delay Stroke Stroke (lbs) (inches) (inches)
50,000 70,000 85,000 160,000 175,000 190,000 240,000 300,000 7 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 7 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

Total Stroke (inches)


21 25 25 25 25 25 25 25

Estimated Weight (lbs)


305 515 670 1320 1410 1540 2275 3345

Metric
Nominal OD (mm)
86 108 121 159 165 171 203 241

Length Thru Bore (m) (mm)


4.3 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.8 38.1 50.8 57.2 57.2 69.9 69.9 71.4 76.2

Tensile Yield (daN)


104 500 133 800 209 100 417 600 542 660 531 600 575 500 937 200

Torsional Limit (Nm)


10 980 22 100 29,150 68 740 69 150 69 820 139 920 256 650

Max Pull During Delay (daN)


22 200 31 100 37 800 71 200 77 840 84 500 106 800 133 400

Up Stroke (mm)
178 203 203 203 203 203 203 203

Down Stroke (mm)


178 203 203 203 203 203 203 203

Total Stroke (mm)


533 635 635 635 635 635 635 635

Estimated Weight (kg)


140 235 302 600 640 700 1030 1520

Specifications are based on as new condition and are subject to change without notice. (Tools are designed to be easily transportable by truck. Flex subs are available to ensure proper length for racking operations.)

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Description
The Wenzel Downhole Shock Tool effectively reduces impact loading on the bit to extend bit life and reduce bit trips. By isolating axial bit vibrations from the drill string, the shock tool will reduce lateral and torsional drill string vibrations, and related fatigue damage or failure of the rotary connections. The shock tool allows optimum bit speed to be used under rough drilling conditions, increasing the rate of penetration.

Benefits & Features


Does not use temperature-sensitive elastomers for shock absorption, therefore is suitable for use in temperatures to 275F (135C), with optional seals available for temperatures up to 450F (230C) Reliable Belleville disc springs provide optimum load/deflection characteristics to maintain consistent contact between bit and formation, effectively reducing impact loading to extend bit life Isolates bit induced vibrations from the drill string Fully oil-sealed and lubricated for extended service life Pressure balanced to eliminate the effect of downhole hydrostatic pressure Low friction torsional drive permits free vertical movement Well-stabilized, with internal three-point lateral support to minimize deflection Reduces wear and tear on rig and equipment, and fatigue failures on drill collars and drill pipe Automatically compensates for pump open force

Spring Chamber

Operation
For maximum effectiveness, the shock tool should Automatic compensation of pump open effect be positioned immediately above the bit. makes the shock tool effective with any With a packed bottom hole assembly, the shock combination of bit weight or circulating pressure. tool may be located a minimum of two drill collar lengths above the top stabilizer, however bit protection will be reduced due to the greater unsprung mass below the tool.

Balance Piston

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Shock Tool
Specifications
Imperial
Nominal OD (inch)
3.50 4.75 6.25 6.50 6.75 8.00 9.00 9.50 10.00 11.00 11.25 12.00

Length Thru Bore (ft) (inch)


7.8 10.7 11.7 11.6 11.5 11.9 12.3 12.3 12.3 12.0 14.6 12.0 1.00 1.50 2.25 2.25 2.75 2.75 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00

Approx. Weight (lbs)


230 540 1000 1030 1100 1690 2220 2500 2680 3240 4120 3900

Pump Open Area (in2)


5.9 11.0 19.6 19.6 21.6 30.6 38.5 41.3 41.3 63.6 56.7 63.3

Torsional Limit (ft lbs)


10,000 20,000 37,900 39,500 46,400 104,600 125,000 131,000 132,300 225,600 255,800 345,400

Tensile Yield (lbs)


239,000 561,500 926,600 960,000 837,400 1,378,800 1,502,000 1,209,000 1,246,500 1,628,300 1,775,300 1,628,300

Metric
Nominal OD (mm)
89 121 159 165 171 203 229 241 254 279 286 305

Length Thru Bore (m) (mm)


2.4 3.3 3.6 3.5 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.7 3.7 3.7 4.4 3.7 25 38 57 57 70 70 76 76 76 76 76 76

Approx. Weight (kg)


100 250 450 470 500 770 1010 1140 1220 1470 1870 1770

Pump Open Area (mm2)


3 800 7 000 12 700 12 700 13 900 19 700 24 800 26 600 26 600 41 000 36 600 41 000

Torsional Limit (Nm)


14 000 28 000 53 000 55 000 64 000 145 000 174 000 182 000 184 000 313 000 355 000 480 000

Tensile Yield (daN)


106,300 249 800 412 200 427 000 372 500 613 300 668 100 537 800 554 500 724 300 789 700 724 300

Specifications are based on as new condition and are subject to change without notice.

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Description
The Wenzel Downhole Deviation Control Reamer (DCR Sub) acts as a near bit reamer/ stabilizer. The three point sealed bearing cutters maintain hole gauge and also function as a low torque stabilizer to control hole deviation. The extremely short length of this sub is possible due to the unique patented cutter retention method.

Benefits & Features


Sealed and lubricated reamer cutters with internal bushings provide the greatest durability in a near bit environment. Cutter pins are produced from hardened steel for long life. Cutter types; domed button or straight ridge. Replaceable thrust washers are installed at each end of the cutters. Cutter blocks are precision machined to ensure correct gauge. They are manufactured from alloy steel and finished hardened for a superior combination of strength and wear resistance. No bolts or screws are used to retain the reamer blocks.

Connection to Drilling Motor

DCR Sub

Connection to Bit

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Deviation Control Reamer


Specifications
Imperial

Downhole Motor Size (inch)


6 1/2 6 1/2 6 1/2 8

Reaming Diameter (inch)


7 7/8 8 1/2 8 3/4 12 1/4

Number of points
3 3 3 3

Sub Length (feet)


1.8 1.9 1.9 2.0

Thru Bore Standard Bit (inches) Box


1.5 1.5 1.5 2.0 4 1/2 API Regular 4 1/2 API Regular 4 1/2 API Regular 6 5/8 API Regular

Approximate Weight (lbs.)


200 200 200 550

Metric

Downhole Motor Size (mm)


165 165 165 203

Reaming Diameter (mm)


200 215 222 311

Number of points
3 3 3 3

Sub Length (m)


.56 .57 .57 .62

Thru Bore (mm)


38 38 38 51

Standard Bit Box


4 1/2 API Regular 4 1/2 API Regular 4 1/2 API Regular 6 5/8 API Regular

Approximate Weight (kg)


90 90 90 250

Specifications are based on as new condition and are subject to change without notice.

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Splined Mandrel

Description
The Wenzel Bumper Sub is a traditional downhole tool, having numerous applications during fishing, coring, and workover operations.

20 Inches (508mm) Stroke

Benefits and Features


Featuring a sealed and lubricated spline drive, the bumper sub will provide long service life under high torque and stroking applications. Standard seals in the tool are effective to 275F (135C). The sub can be dressed with seals effective to 450F (230C) for hot hole environments. External sealing surfaces are tungsten carbide coated to enhance wear and corrosion resistance.

Sealed Spline

Piston

Operation
This relatively simple and easy to operate tool can be used to: Apply and release various fishing or testing tools Apply constant weight to sensitive milling and cutting tools Provide up and down jarring forces

Piston Housing

Bottom Sub

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Bumper Subs
Specifications

Imperial

Nominal Length OD Closed (inch) (ft)


3.12 4.25 6.50 7.8 8.3 11.1

Thru Bore (inch)


1.00 1.88 2.25

Approx. Pump Weight Open (lbs) Area (in2)


165 300 990 3.98 8.30 19.63

Torsional Yield (ft lbs)


6560 13,800 44,600

Stroke (inches)
20 20 20

Tensile Yield (lbs)


142,200 233,400 968,800

Metric

Nominal Length OD Closed (mm) (m)


79 108 165 2.4 2.5 3.4

Thru Bore (mm)


25.4 47.8 57.2

Approx. Weight (kg)


70 140 450

Pump Open Area (mm2)


2570 5350 12 660

Torsional Yield (Nm)


8900 18 700 60 500

Stroke (mm)
508 508 508

Tensile Yield (daN)


63 240 103 830 430 920

Other sizes, connection options, and strokes up to 60 inches are available upon request. Specifications are based on as new condition and are subject to change without notice.

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Description
The Wenzel Downhole Hydraulic Jar (HJ) is designed primarily for fishing applications. It jars in the upward direction only. Hydraulically operated, with impact force controlled by the operator, the HJ is ideally suited for fishing, coring, milling or other downhole applications.

Sealed Spline

Benefits and Features


Delay time is controlled by a metering device, which provides uniform hydraulic delay over a wide range of operating temperatures even after extended periods of repeated jarring. A long splined mandrel ensures the jar is not affected by torsional forces. These splines are sealed and lubricated to minimize friction and provide long wear life. While this jar is designed to be rugged enough for drilling applications, it is intended for fishing, coring, and milling applications. A free stroke of 4 to 6 (depending on tool size) provides an impact force to the stuck point several times higher than the overpull force applied to the jar. Standard seals in the tool are effective to 275F (135C). The jar can be dressed with seals effective to 450F (230C) for hot hole environments.

Hydraulic Chamber

Hydraulic Valve with Metering Device

Operation
Jarring Up When upward overpull has been applied, the jar will The Hydraulic Jar should be run in the hole in the fire after a timed delay. The delay is reduced open position. as upward force is increased. HJ is activated by applying upward pull from the After the jar strikes an upward blow, re-setting is closed position. quickly accomplished by lowering the drillstring until The amount of upward impact force can be the jar is in the closed position. changed by varying the amount of overpull applied at surface. See the table for the maximum pull during delay.

Hydraulic Piston

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Hydraulic Fishing Jar (HJ)


Specifications
Imperial
Nominal OD (inch)
3.12 3.38 3.75 4.25 4.75 5.00 6.25 6.50 7.75 8.00 9.00

Length Thru Bore (ft) (inch)


9.5 9.0 8.5 9.5 9.8 10.2 9.7 9.3 9.2 10.6 11.3 1.00 1.50 1.25 2.00 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 3.00 3.00 3.00

Estimated Weight (lbs)


170 200 260 330 430 500 790 830 1150 1470 2050

Tensile Yield (lbs)


198,000 234,000 177,000 301,000 352,000 352,000 868,000 868,000 900,000 900,000 1,288,000

Pump Open Area (in2)


4.0 5.9 5.9 8.9 11.0 11.0 19.6 19.6 30.7 30.7 41.2

Torsional Yield (ft lbs)


6660 7400 9100 13,800 16,100 23,300 35,000 44,000 79,600 86,900 128,800

Max Pull During Delay (lbs)


41,000 50,000 60,000 70,000 75,000 85,000 130,000 150,000 220,000 240,000 270,000

Free Stroke (inches)


6.7 3.8 4.0 3.8 6.3 6.3 6.3 6.3 6.6 6.6 6.1

Total Stroke (inches)


11 8.6 8 8.6 11 11 11 11 11 11 10.5

Metric
Nominal OD (mm)
79 86 95 108 121 127 159 165 197 203 229

Length Thru Bore (m) (mm)


2.9 2.7 2.6 2.9 3.0 3.1 2.9 2.8 2.8 3.2 3.4 25.4 38.1 31.8 50.8 57.2 57.2 57.2 57.2 76.2 76.2 76.2

Estimated Weight (kg)


80 90 120 150 200 230 360 380 520 670 930

Tensile Yield (daN)


87 800 104 500 78 600 133 800 156 500 156 500 386 100 386 100 400 300 400 300 572 800

Pump Open Area (mm2)


2 600 3 800 3 800 5 800 7 100 7 100 12 600 12 600 19 800 19 800 26 600

Torsional Yield (Nm)


8900 10 000 12 300 18 700 21 800 31 500 47 500 59 600 107 900 117 800 174 700

Max Pull During Delay (daN)


18 200 22 200 26 700 31 100 33 400 37 800 57 800 66 700 97 900 106 700 120 100

Free Stroke (mm)


170 96 102 97 160 160 159 159 168 168 154

Total Stroke (mm)


279 217 203 217 281 281 279 279 279 279 267

Specifications are based on as new condition and are subject to change without notice.

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Description
The Wenzel Hydraulic Jar Accelerator is a hydraulic spring that stores energy when tension is applied to the drilling string. During the jarring stroke, the energy is released upwards to accelerate the drill collars and the upper portion of the Jar, intensifying the jarring impact.

Sealed Spline

Benefits and Features


Featuring a sealed and lubricated spline drive, the The operation of the Accelerator is independent of Accelerator will provide long service life under the fluid circulation. high torque and stroking applications. Full torque The Accelerator is very useful in shallow holes where can be transmitted through the Accelerator. little pipe stretch is available. Standard seals in the tool are effective Recommended for use in extended reach or highly to 275F (135C). The sub can be dressed with deviated wells where jar performance could seals effective to 450F (230C) for hot hole suffer due to hole drag. environments. External sealing surfaces are tungsten carbide-coated to enhance wear and corrosion resistance.
Hydraulic Chamber

Operation
The Hydraulic Jar Accelerator is traditionally used Appling tension to the drill string will transfer in fishing operations, but because it has a sealed energy to the hydraulic chamber. Follow normal spline and robust design it may also be used with recommended practices for operating the drilling jar. drilling jars.

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Hydraulic Jar Accelerator


Specifications
Imperial

Nominal OD (inch)
3.12 3.38 4.75 6.50 8.00

Length (ft)
11.3 11.3 14.4 14.7 15.5

Thru Bore (inch)


1.00 1.00 2.25 2.25 3.00

Approx. Weight (lbs)


225 300 650 13500 2240

Tensile Yield (lbs)


227,000 227,000 371,000 950,000 1,149,000

Torsional Limit (ft lbs)


7,800 8,500 19,800 54,200 110,600

Stroke (inches)
8 8 8 8 8

Load to Extend Tool (lbs)


34,000 34,000 58,000 141,000 198,000

Metric

Nominal OD (mm)
79 86 121 165 203

Length (m)
3.4 3.4 4.4 4.5 4.7

Thru Bore (mm)


25.4 25.4 57.2 57.2 76.2

Approx. Weight (kg)


100 140 300 610 1020

Tensile Yield (daN)


101 000 101 000 165 000 423 000 511 000

Torsional Limit (Nm)


10 600 12 000 27 000 73 000 150 000

Stroke (mm)
203 203 203 203 203

Load to Extend Tool (daN)


15 100 15 100 25 800 62 700 88 100

Other sizes, connection options, and strokes up to 60 inches are available upon request. Specifications are based on as new condition and are subject to change without notice.

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Description
The Wenzel Mud Saver Valve is a normally closed valve placed at the bottom of the kelly or top drive which automatically opens when circulation pressure exceeds approximately 65 psi (450 kPa). The mud saver valve closes when circulation is stopped, retaining the mud inside the kelly or top drive to minimize spillage and mud waste.

Benefits and Features


Replaces the kelly saver sub Opens in both directions at minimal pressure Automatic operation Does not contain seats or mud ports, eliminating expensive chargebacks common with other mud saver designs. Saving Mud: Saving up to 20 gallons (76 liters) of mud per connection will result in a significant cost saving over the drilling project, even when using less expensive mud. Saving Time: Saving minutes will add up to hours. Save time by not having to wait for the kelly to drain and by not having to frequently vacuum or wash floors and equipment. No time is spent manually activating a valve. Improved Safety: Reduce the potential for slips and falls by minimizing mud spillage on the rig floor thus providing a cleaner and drier working area. Straight through bore while circulating Minimal pressure loss Reduce wear and tear on kelly valve Avoid potential error of leaving kelly valve closed External bronze or elastomer casing saver sleeve Environmentally Friendly: Minimize the possibility of seepage of drilling fluids to the natural environment. Also reduce the amount of water used to wash down the floor, and the total volume of hazardous fluid that must be treated or hauled for disposal. Quality: The mud saver valves are serialized. Service, inspection, and test records are maintained for each mud saver valve. The tested opening pressure and date of test are recorded on the service documentation. Wireline Operations: An expansion sleeve is provided with every mud saver valve. If wireline operations are required, the expansion sleeve can be pumped down to the mud saver valve. With the pumps on the bladder will expand and allow the expansion sleeve to move until it stops at a shoulder located below the elastomer bladder. This will prevent the bladder from collapsing if the pumps are turned off.

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Mud Saver Valve


Specifications
Imperial

Nominal Size (inch)


4 3/4 6 1/2

Body Outside Diameter (inch)


5.00 6.88

Shoulder to Shoulder Length (inch)


33.18 32.68**

Wear Sleeve Outside Diameter (inch)


5.38 7.25

Inside Diameter (Activated) (inch)


2.13 2.50

Wireline Sleeve Inside Diameter (inch)


1.76 2.25

Standard Optional Connection Connections


3 1/2 I.F. 4 1/2 I.F. --4 1/2 X.H., 4 F.H.

**Long Length Valve = 52.68, Short Length Valve = 30.0


Metric

Nominal Size (inch)


121 165

Body Outside Diameter (inch)


127 175

Shoulder to Shoulder Length (inch)


843 830

Wear Sleeve Outside Diameter (inch)


137 184

Inside Diameter (Activated) (inch)


54.1 63.5

Wireline Sleeve Inside Diameter (inch)


44.7 57.1

Standard Optional Connection Connections


3 1/2 I.F. 4 1/2 I.F. --4 1/2 X.H., 4 F.H.

Specifications are based on as new condition and are subject to change without notice.

Mud Saver Economics:


Rig Days for Mud Saver: 12 Connection Time Saved: 30 Connections per Job: 175 Time saved: 1.5 Total Rig Cost: $ 25,000 Total Hourly Rig Cost: $ 2,083 Total Mud Cost per Job: $ 15,000 Direct Savings: Savings in Connection Time: Estimated Savings for reduced mud loss: Connection Time + Mud Cost Savings= Mud Saver Rental Cost: Mud Saver Direct Savings: seconds per connection hours per day per hour

$ $ $ $ $

3,038 1,500 4,538 2,450 2,088

Indirect Savings: Cleaner, safer work environment Better working conditions Reduced environmental impact Reduced vacuum truck cost

This example taken from a well near Fort Worth, Texas. Data provided courtesy of Ken Mallory, Patterson 121.

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InSite
InSite is a proprietary web based lifecycle management tool that is used to track and maintain detailed run, service, and invoice history of individual rental assets along with the components used within these assets. InSite provides complete traceability including the mill certificates and usage history of each component. Some of the information that is maintained in the system includes Customer details Rig Location Operator Well information Drilling parameters Outgoing tool configuration Incoming tool condition Complete service and repair information Accumulated operating hours and/or operating days on each component Time between component reworks. Power section manufacture details Stator rubber compounds Rotor coating type Power section Fit InSite provides the user with the ability to interchange components between different Tools of the same design while still maintaining an accurate and detailed history. InSite is utilized by WZL to maintain our own rental assets as well as customer owned assets where we perform the maintenance.

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InSite
Tool Master Component Master Stator Log

Tool Master Attached Components

Tool Master Assembly Reports

Active Job Report

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Wenzel Locations
Corporate Headquarters 1000 Elveden House, 717 - 7th Avenue S.W. Calgary, Alberta T2P 0Z3 Phone (403) 262-3050 Fax (403) 265-8154 Wyoming 5081 Yellowstone Hwy. Casper, Wyoming USA 82604 Phone (307) 266-1580 Fax (307) 266-1656 Manufacturing Center 3115 - 93rd Street Edmonton, Alberta Canada T6N 1L7 Phone (780) 440-4220 Fax (780) 469-8054 Oklahoma 9415 West Reno Oklahoma City, Oklahoma USA 73127 Phone (405) 787-4145 Fax (405) 470-1968 Texas 4205 FM 1485 Conroe, Texas USA 77306 Phone (936) 441-1480 Fax (936) 756-5335

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