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Drilling stabilizer is an important tool to control hole deviation in petroleum and gas exploration drilling process. The types of it can be divided into drill string type and near bit type. At present,we developed HF3000 and HF4000 type stabilizer, which are widely used in international drilling operation. Drill collars, when used without stabilizers, tend to buckle and cause unwanted deviation. A typical bottom hole assembly (BHA) will include one or two stabilizers placed in the drill string to increase stiffness. Sometimes additional stabilizers are added to the drill string to further increase BHA rigidity to ensure that well bore deviation is minimized.
Stabilizers also prevent differential sticking of the drill string by stabilizing the BHA and keeping drill collars and drill pipe away from the borehole wall. This reduces vibration, drill pipe whirl, and well bore tortuosity; moreover, the stabilization maintains drilling trajectory whether drilling straight, horizontal, or directional wells.
Options for Stabilization
Our factory downhole offers stabilizers in straight and spiral orientation with two material options:
Alloy Steel Stabilizers non-Magnetic Stabilizers
The Integral Blade alloy Steel Stabilizer is a product of exact manufacturing and is engineered to stabilize your drill string in the most challenging drilling conditions. The rib surface shall be hard faced with HF4000 (Insert tungsten carbide buttons on the surface ) OR HF 3000( low temperature welding tungsten carbide pieces) .
When drilling through hard formations, the required weight on bit to drill the well bore exerts tremendous side loads on the blades of the stabilizer. The Integral Blade Stabilizer's one-piece construction ensures you have the reliability and durability to drill with confidence. MDX Downhole Integral Blade Stabilizers are available in both Straight and Spiral Blade designs.
Reduces vibration
Decreases drill pipe whirl
Reduces well bore tortuosity
The Non-Magnetic Stabilizers will centralize the drill string in all conditions, but are specifically engineered to be used in applications requiring magnetic isolation, making them ideal for directional drilling.
Features:The non-magnetic steel properties allow MWD tools to operate without interfering with the accuracy of their directional measurements. The non-magnetic stabilizers are compatible with other standard drill string components and are available in both spiral and straight blade configurations.

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