Drag bits

We supply two types of blade bits: Step-type and Chevron-type. Step types should be employed in soft to very soft formations. Chevron types are more convenient in medium formations

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Three Wings bits Range

Three wings bits tend to drill faster whereas four wings bits are longer lasting, more durable, and drill a straighter hole.

We propose two types of blade bits : Chevron-type three wings bits and Step-type three wings bits.

Chevron type drag bits are recommended for drilling in slightly harder and more consolidated materials than step type drag bits such as hard shales, limestones, and tougher gravels.

Regular Step bits have smaller cuttings whereas Heavy Step bits are more durable and are used in harder formations. Heavy Step bits have longer and wider steps and contain more carbide for cutting. The quantity of steps is largely determined by the size of bit.

DRILL ROD THREAD TABLE

Drill rods usually comes with a variety of threads.
Here is a drill Rod Thread Information Table that can help you for the choice of your drill bit

Line Pipe Rod
Line Pipe Rod
FLUSH JOINT STRAIGHT THREAD
FLUSH JOINT STRAIGHT THREAD

Conventional drill rods are available in mid-weight steel and or aluminum providing you with ergonomic flexibility which will improve your handling capabilities under the most strenuous of conditions. Rod threads for mineral exploration applications are typically WJ type threads, and are used with conventional style core barrels.

DRILL ROD THREAD TABLE
DRILL ROD THREAD TABLE

Three Wings bits Range

Three wings bits tend to drill faster whereas four wings bits are longer lasting, more durable, and drill a straighter hole.

We propose two types of blade bits :

Chevron-type three wings bits

12″1/4 NEW STEP TYPE THREE-WINGS BIT
12″1/4 NEW STEP TYPE THREE-WINGS BIT

 

and Step-type three wings bits.

Chevron-type blade bit
Chevron-type blade bit

 

Chevron type drag bits are recommended for drilling in slightly harder and more consolidated materials than step type drag bits such as hard shales, limestones, and tougher gravels.

Regular Step bits have smaller cuttings whereas Heavy Step bits are more durable and are used in harder formations.

Heavy Step bits have longer and wider steps and contain more carbide for cutting. The quantity of steps is largely determined by the size of bit.