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What are the challenges that Slim Hole Drill Pipe has on elevators?

What are the challenges that Slim Hole Drill Pipe has on elevators? Are you considering which style elevator is the best for the application?

In this

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Quality Elevators? What Makes Them Better?

In the demanding oil and gas industry, Keystone Energy Tools sets the standard with elevators that exceed API 8C Specifications.

This blog explores how

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How It’s Made – Rotating Mouseholes

Drilling efficiency and crew safety stand as the twin pillars of the oilfield industry, where technological innovation is not just welcomed but essential

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Why Your Elevator Needs Beckets and Bails

In the drilling industry, elevators are essential for drilling operations. They are hinged devices used to lift and lower Drill Pipe, Casing, Drill

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The Importance of Using Only Quality Dies and Inserts in Drilling Rig Operations

Safety, efficiency, and reliability are paramount in successful drilling rig operations. This blog post highlights the crucial significance of utilizing

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Advantages of an Automated Slip-Lifting Device

One of the essential tools in any drilling operation is the slip. This device is used to suspend the drill pipe as it enters the rotary. While many

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6 Differences Between G and Y Series Elevators

In the drilling industry, elevators are hinged devices used to lift and lower drill pipe, casing, drill collars, and tubing. Their use is essential, and

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The 3 Types of Tong Die Drivers

Lets dive into the unique advantages of Keystone Energy Tools' Hammerless Tong Die Driver over traditional straight and angled varieties, and explore how

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9 Types of Drill Pipe Float Valves

Drill pipe float valves, or non-return valves, are downhole safety valves that create barriers to prevent unwanted flow of fluids up the drill string.

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Why Use Rotating Mouseholes

The mousehole is the area on the drilling floor where the next joint of drill pipe is stored. This is located between the rotary table and vee-door.

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