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In this full length Oil & Gas Drilling User’s guide, you’ll gain valuable insight to help you choose the right wire ropes for your application, how to install wire ropes on a drill line, how to inspect your ropes, how to extend your rope’s service life through our cut-off program, and finally, how to identify and prevent common problems in the field.
No single rope can do it all. In this reference document (an excerpt from the Oil & Gas Drilling User’s Guide), you will learn how the design properties of wire rope affects its performance. After all, with the many specialized procedures required for efficient well drilling, it is important to select ropes that are best suited for each individual application.
Union provides our customers an exclusive cut-off program that helps you maximize the service life of your drill lines. This Product Bulletin provides usage information for your cut-off program.
Service life of drilling lines can be increased dramatically by following a planned cut-off program based on work performed. In this reference document (an excerpt from the Oil & Gas Drilling User’s Guide), you will learn the guidelines for correctly exercising a cut-off program. Additionally, the official WireCo WorldGroup 10-Step Guide to a Drill Line Cut-Off Program chart is included.
In this product bulletin, you will find useful information regarding the proper installation, operation, setting casing and inspection of Drill Lines. It is important to maintain recommendations from API.
Proper installation and operation of your Union Drill Lines is essential to the success of your application. In this reference document (an excerpt from the Oil & Gas Drilling User’s Guide), you will learn how the step-by-step guidelines to this proper installation and operation. Additionally, information regarding brass inserts on dead line anchors is included.
With proper precaution, you can identify, avoid and correct common problems with your wire rope in the field. In this reference document (an excerpt from the Oil & Gas Drilling User’s Guide), you will learn how to reduce crushing and scrubbing damage, factors affecting rope wear, field solutions, counterbalance grooving, improper grooving, improper tensioning and whipping.
In addition to careful rope inspection, you should perform these equipment inspections on a regular basis. In this reference document (an excerpt from the Oil & Gas Drilling User’s Guide), you will learn how checking your sheaves, drums, kick back plates, and rollers affect your rope performance as well.
In this Product Bulletin, learn the definition of Mast Raising Lines (also called Bull Lines or Bridle Lines). A chart specifying the classification of rope to use for given sizes is included.
In this Product Bulletin, you will learn about the new rope description format that WireCo WorldGroup will follow in all of our product descriptions. This format will adopt symbols and designations that are part of ISO, ASTM, and other industry standards and specifications.