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PACKER MILLING TOOL
We are identified as one of the leading manufacturers, suppliers and exporters of quality assured Packer Milling Tool. Our offered tool is engineered under the strict supervision of our diligent and dexterous professionals, employing advanced technology and techniques. To meet the international quality standards, this tool is stringently examined on various criteria like flawless finish and designing consistency. Packer Milling Tool is widely used for engineering and mechanical applications. We deliver this tool with the help of our reliable logistics personnel within the time specified.
Simple to install
Abrasion & corrosion resistant
Make up a complete PARVEEN PRS Packer Milling Tools consisting of Retriever, Stinger, Bushing and Mill Shoe. Make sure that the tool is compatible with Casing and Packer sizes and will permit proper and safe operations of the milling and retrieving operations.
Lower the fishing string until the Mill Shoe contacts the slips of the packer. Milling operations may begin until drill off conditions are established. Generally, light drill loads should be used to start to enable the shoe to cut the thin bevel upper parts of most packers away until full mill shoe face contact is established. Additional weight may be added to establish optimum conditions. Rotary Speeds must be established that are sufficient with a given weight, to burn or abrade the carbide particle matrix away to expose the successive new cutting edges of carbide particles. When this condition is established the Mill Shoe will cut almost any metal with maximum efficiency. Start circulation and right-hand rotation to mill away the slips and seating element of packer. When the packer begins to slide down the hole, stop rotation, raise the fishing string to engage Packer Retriever with packer and then pull the assembly and fish from the hole. The best condition of removal for most makes of full bore production packers is to mill up the upper slips and approx. half of the packing element before retrieval is attempted.