NEWS: (HOUSTON, Texas) In collaboration with Smith Bits – A Schlumberger Company, Sharewell HDD Services announces its new Gemini HDD product line of ultra-premium pilot hole bits and hole-opener cutters. Available in both milled tooth and tungsten carbide, these new products are the result of Sharewell HDD’s significant underground experience combined with the advanced technology and bit design expertise of Smith Bits.
“This leap in technology enables Sharewell to raise the bar in the world of hard rock hole opening that has previously been dominated by the HDX product line,” said Frank McKenney, VP Business Development, Sharewell HDD.
The new product line uses state of the art computer design technology and testing to maximize tool performance and longevity. The cutting structures utilized are both more aggressive and more durable than the other tools offered in the market. Integrated gauge and leg protection designs prevent premature body wear. Bearing and seal life have been improved by use of several different innovations including dual seal technology in its sealed journal bearings, in addition to sealed roller bearing offerings.
The arrangement with Smith allows Sharewell HDD to be the sole distributor of these high end components worldwide.
Sharewell HDD is proud to be one of the original service providers to the HDD Industry. In business for over 30 years, the company has successfully provided guidance services and downhole drilling tools for over 4 million feet of hole around the world. Our engineers are highly trained and capable of performing everything from the simplest of road bores to the most complicated compound curves and intersects. We use the most modern tooling and software available to stay in front of the competition.
Learn more at: http://www.sharewellhdd.com/.
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