I often get requests for different tools from the end users, but they are almost never aware of the tool condition on delivery. A little attention to such an important detail could prevent trouble later. And it could be decisive for choosing the right service supplier. The lowest price and cost is always attractive, but do you know the condition of the tool you are about to run in the hole?
Topics: Drilling Equipment
A thorough inspection process of drilling tubulars is required to be sure they meet the criteria for the job and is vital for maintaining the flow of operation. Inspection can help foresee any future problems before damage to the tubulars becomes critical, thus preventing costly repair bills, environmental damage and most importantly, injury to personnel. In this post we're going to look at some of the standards, methods and techniques used in the inspection process.