Type      Range (in.)       QTY Links


​MP-S     2 7/8" - 4 1/8"               7 
MP-S     4" - 5"                            8 


MPR      4 1/2" - 5 5/8                7 
MPR      5.1/2 - 7                        8 
MPR      6.3/4 - 8.1/4                 9 
MPR      8 - 9.1/4                        10 
MPR      9.1/4 - 10.1/2                11 

Elevators

Used for lifting, suspending and manoeuvring tubulars and assemblies around the rig, API specification 8C applies to drilling and production hoisting equipment. These specifications dictate industry standards for the design, material, and testing process for drilling and production hoisting equipment.


Elevators are hinged devices used to lift and lower piping, casing and tubing.

Their use is essential, as any maintenance issues can bring drilling to a halt.

Therefore, it’s necessary to understand the differences between types of elevators and

when their use is appropriate.


G series elevators are a kind of centre latch elevator.

They have an 18 degree taper shoulder, and are used for handling  drill pipe.

G Series elevators are only suitable for tubulars with an 18 degree external upset


Y series elevators are a kind of slip type elevator.

Y series elevators are used for hoisting tools and handling tubing, drill pipe

and small casing when the appropriate sized slip and setting ring are installed.

They serve to avoid gauge damage and bottlenecking.


Our portfolio of Rental Elevators includes: 


  • air operated "G" Series drilling elevators
  • manual "G" Series drilling elevators
  • manual, slip type, "Y" Series casing & tubing elevators 
  • manual Type SJ single-joint elevators, plain & upset
  • manual Type SPL single joint elevators
  • manual side-door elevators
  • manual tubing elevators
  • manual centre latch "A" Series drill collar, casing & tubing elevators
  • casing elevators/spiders
  • and more. 

Type      Range (in.)       QTY Links


​​MP-XL  19.3/8 - 20.3/8            19 
MP-XL  20.3/8 - 21.1/2            20 
MP-XL  21 - 22.5/8                   21 
MP-XL  22.5/8 - 23.3/4            22 
MP-XL  23.3/4 - 24.7/8            23 
MP-XL  24.7/8 - 26                   24 
MP-XL  26 - 27.1/8                   25 
MP-XL  29.3/8 - 30.1/2           28   


Type      Range (in.)       QTY Links


CR      3 3/4" - 4 5/8"                 7

CR      4 1/2" - 5 5/8"                 8

CR      5 1/2" - 6 5/8"                 9

CR      6 1/2" - 7 5/8"                 10

CR      7 1/2" - 8 5/8"                 11

CR      8 1/2" - 9 5/8"                 12

CR      9 1/2" - 10 5/8"               13



Slips

​Rotary Hand Slips are used to grip the drill string during operations

Slips usually consists of steel wedge shaped segments that form a complete circle around the tubulars being run, whose inside is covered with tool steel toothed inserts that are "latch" onto the pipe.


When the string weight is applied through the slips the weight applies forces through the tapered, wedge shaped, segment bodies applying pressure to the inserts and gripping the pipe to stop it from slipping down the hole during running operations. 


There are many classifications, generally by type and size:


  • Drill Pipe Ultra-Short (SDS-S) 
  • Drill Pipe Short (SDS) 
  • Drill Pipe Medium (SDML)
  • Drill Pipe Extra Long (SDXL) 
  • Drill Pipe Heavy Duty (SDHL)
  • Drill Pipe Slips (DU Series)
  • Casing Slips (CMSXL)
  • Conductor Pipe Slips (CPS)
  • Drill Collars Slips (DCS-S, 3" to 4-7/8" OD)
  • Drill Collar Slips (DCS-R, 4-1/2" to 7" OD)
  • Drill Collar Slips (DCS-L, 5-1/2" to 14" OD)
  • Air Operated Power Slips (PS-15 & PS-16)
  • Hydraulically Operated Power Slips (PS21 & PS30) 
  • PS-250 capacity 250 ton, range 2 3/8" up to 7 5/8"
  • PS-500 capacity 500 ton, range 2 3/8" up to 14"
  • PS-750/1 capacity 750 ton, range 2 3/8" up to 14"
  • PS-750/2 capacity 750 ton, range 2 3/8" up to 22"
  • PS-1000 capacity 1000 ton, range 2 3/8" up to 22"
  • PS-1250 capacity 1250 ton, range 2 3/8" up to 14"


Elevator Links and Lifting Adapters

Elevator Links (bails), Perfection Links, Tool Pusher Links, Lifting Adaptors (Dolly or Becket) are designed to hang elevators from Top Drive Systems, Hooks, Beckets and Link Adapters.

Perfection Links
Perfection links are designed for light loads. 

Perfection links are made by forging, bending and electric welding of high-quality steel bar stock, which is then heat-treated and NDT examined, perfection links are proof load tested to 1.5 times the working load. Each perfection link of one pair is marked with Serial Number for traceability. 
Rating loads of perfection links series are 50 ton, 65 ton, 75 ton, 100 ton or 150 ton


Rated Load   30ton   40ton     50ton     65ton      75ton       100ton     150ton
Length(mm) 600       1100       1100       1200        1500        1500         1740
                       800        1600                                                                        2100

Drill Collar Lift Adapter
Drill collar lift adapter is often utilised together with perfection links, and is also known as a Dolly or Becket
Drill collar lift adapters are designed for lifting drill collars in drilling and workover operation, each drill collar lift adapter is forged from one single billet of high strength alloy steel and heat treated.

Models of drill collar lift adapter are as follows:

  • 3-1/2" 
  • 4-1/2"
  • 5"

With load capacity of 150ton, generally
Drill collar lift adapters can be manufactured with

NC50 or NC38 box threads on the mandrel to be

screwed into top drive save sub, which can help

operators work without bails or elevators in well

completion packages where space is restricted or

multiple tubing sizes are required and to ensure

efficient operations








For loads which exceed capacity ratings of perfection links

Weldless links are recommended. 


Weldless Links
Weldless links are forged from a single billet of high strength alloy steel

and heat treated to provide maximum strength and toughness.

Additional material is added in critical wear areas for extended life.
It is important to ensure compatibility between the links

and the elevator to be used

 

Weldless Links are available in 250, 350, 500, 750, and 1000 ton ratings.












Toolpusher links,

Generally rated 150 tons and available 36” to 120” in length,

Toolpusher Links are a type of Weldless Elevator Link

Like weldless links, they are forged from a single piece of high grade alloy steel

to provide maximum tensile strength. The well-constructed upper eye design

means that toolpusher links have better balance and easier elevator handling,

while reducing wear of the eye section against the swivel bail or body.

Type  Range (in.)          QTY Links

T         1 1/8" - 2"                       4

T         2 1/8" - 3 1/4"                5

T         3 1/2" - 4 1/2"                6

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Safety Clamps 

Safety Clamps, or "Dog Collars", are used to prevent pipe from dropping down the hole.
When first running in the hole, less weight is transferred to the slips and there is a risk of slippage.
The safety clamp will absorb any slippage impact on the top of the slips forcing them deeper in the rotary, preventing the pipe dropping down the hole. Usually the safety clamp is used until sufficient weight is reached in the string however the safety clamp will be used for the full string if the pipe is flush joint, meaning no upset or coupling.  
Do not use a safety clamp in combination with automated slips. 
Do not ever use a safety clamp as a hoisting device. 

Different models & makes
Different Manufacturer's use different names however, in general, there are 3 models of safety clamp
Type “T” (named for the "T" shape of the inserts)

Type “C” (named for the "C" shape of the inserts)

Type “MP” (stands for Multi-Purpose - can cover all variations such as MP-S, MP-R, etc. rather than type "T" or "C")

​​Rental Handling Tools


Handling tools play a critical role in drilling and pipe operations.

They are used for suspending, moving, and rotating tubulars, on the drill floor and around the rig.



Type      Range (in.)       QTY Links


​CXL    15 1/2" - 17"                      18

CXL    16 1/2" - 18"                     19

CXL    17 1/2" - 19"                     20

CXL    18 1/2" - 20"                    21

CXL    19 1/2" - 21"                     22

CXL    21 1/8" - 23"                    24

CXL    24 1/8" - 26"                    27

CXL    29 1/2" - 31"                    32

CXL    35 1/2" - 37"                    38

CXL    41 1/2" - 43"                    44


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Type      Range (in.)       QTY Links


CL      10 1/2" - 11 5/8"               14
CL      11 1/2" - 12 5/8"               15
CL      12 1/2" - 13 5/8"              16
CL      13-1/2" - 14-5/8"             17
CL      ​14-1/2" - 15-5/8"             18

Type      Range (in.)       QTY Links


​MP-M   10.1/2 - 11.1/2               12 
MP-M   11.1/2 - 12.1/2               13 
MP-M   12.1/2 - 13.5/8              14 
MP-M   13.5/8 - 14.3/4              15 
MP-M   14.3/4 - 15.7/8              16 


MP-L     15.7/8 - 17                    17 
MP-L     17 - 18.1/2                    18 
MP-L     18.1/8 - 19.3/8             19 

Tongs

Manual Tongs (Manual Rig Rotary Tongs/Rig Tongs) are used to make up and break out pipe. They are the equivalent of large, heavy duty, pipe wrenches.

In general they are made up of tong assemblies with detachable jaws and a hanger.


Changing jaws adjusts the tongs to suit different handling sizes.

They are designed and manufactured according to API Spec 7K.

Tongs should be used in opposing pairs.


As with other handling tools there are a number of variations and classifications:


  • Type SDD / BV100 / HT-100 Manual Tongs 
  • Type BV80 Manual Tongs
  • Type DB / BV65 / HT-65 Manual Tongs 
  • Type BV57 Manual Tongs
  • Type B / HT-55 Manual Tongs 
  • Type B / HT-50 Casing Tongs 
  • Type BV37 Manual Tongs
  • Type C / HT-35 Manual Tongs 
  • Type BV25 Manual Tongs
  • Type LF / HT-14 Manual Tongs
  • Wrap-Around Tubing Tongs (K70 / K50 / K35 / K30 / K25)
  • Wrap Around Drill Pipe Tongs (WRT 135 / WRT 55 / WRT 35)


There are also various types and models of Power Tongs although these tend to be a more specialist product supplied by Casing and Tubing Running Companies


Power Tongs are self-locking, large-capacity and used to grip the drill string components and apply torque.  


To improve the efficiency, a set of the tongs is tied off with a chain or a cable to the derrick and the other set is pulled actively with mechanical catheads. The Power Tongs are either hydraulically or pneumatically operated tools.