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With an average of more than 10,000 tungsten carbide and tooth tricones in stock, we offer the highest quality new tricones from Valco (US) and some other well-known American and Russian brands, Rerun tricones (in very good condition for re-use, from the oil industry) and lost tricones (new Predators without threads, or last use tricones) Our massive supplies throughout the year allow us to offer you the best value for money on the market!
The tricones we have selected for you are designed for the most demanding applications in the drilling world: Foundations, Oil & Gas, Mining, Water Drilling, and Geotechnical industries.
We offer a range of new tricones of exceptional quality. These rods are tested and approved by drillers around the world. They are available in quantity in all diameters and in different IADC codes.
The "Rerun" tricone is a very high quality tricone with a sealed bearing or a sealed plain bearing, with pins or teeth, used once by an oil company and still in very good condition. Depending on the previous use, the rerun tricone can be of standard quality or premium quality for the most qualitative.
- Predator new tricone
These tricones offer a unique quality on the market due to their structure: the body is composed of 3 welded parts, as in the design of an original tricone, which gives them an optimal performance.
New tricone with teeth specially manufactured to be welded on a sleeve.
Ideal product guaranteeing the required length
- Tricones of last use
With teeth or with spikes according to arrival Tricone controlled in our factories (at least 2 knurls on the 3).
IADC CLASSIFICATION OF TRICONE TOOLS
1, 2 and 3 stand for tools with steel teeth and correspond to increasing soil hardnesses with 1 for soft, 2 for medium, 3 for hard soil.
4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 stand for tools with carbide inserts (with pins) and also correspond to increasing soil hardnesses.
1, 2, 3 and 4 define a sub-classification of the hardness of the formations with 4 representing the hardest.
This number defines the type of bearing and specifies the presence or absence of tungsten carbide pads on the leading edges of the tool wheels:
- Unsealed bearings - without protection
- Unsealed bearings for air drilling
- Non-sealed bearings - with protection
- Sealed bearings - without protection
- Sealed bearings - with protection
- Sealed plain bearings - without protection
- Sealed plain bearings - with protection.