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PARVEEN FISHING MAGNETS
Our expertise in this domain has enabled us to manufacture, export and supply best-in-class Parveen Fishing Magnets. These magnets are used to collect non-drillable magnetic objects from the well bore. The offered fishing magnets are widely used on drill pipe, tubing and wireline as these are very simple to use and effective. Our qualified professionals manufacture these Parveen Fishing Magnets in our huge infrastructure facility by making use of high-tech technology and machines.
- Dimensionally accurate
- Corrosion resistant
- Compact design
- Longer service life
This special purpose fishing tool have been developed for retrieving non -drillable magnetic objects dropped into a well bore and which cannot be retrieved by other fishing methods. Magnet fishing technique, possibly the simplest of fishing method, is indispensable accessory for drilling/ workover operations. The magnetic pull can be varied within a limited range in the same size of fishing magnet if the requirement is clearly specified.
The minimum circulation hole through any magnet is minimum 100% of the circulation area through the drill string of the same size as the end connection.
Depending on the service requirement the fishing magnets may be used on drill pipe, tubing or wireline. The adaptors used for running magnet with wireline are sucker rod adaptors and rope socket which are available from PARVEEN.
After magnet is assembled with proper guide, run it in the hole. While using with" wireline, circulation cannot be made. While running on drill pipe, lower the magnet approximately within one foot of the fish. Start circulation. If the tool loose weight while lowering, circulation to be continued (slow reciprocation and circulation is necessary to ensure that the magnet is free from obstruction). Engage rotary, apply couple of turns using 5 to 10 times the weight of the tool (not exceeding 10,000 Ibs without rotation and 5,000 Ibs with rotation).
Discontinue circulation and rotation. Lift the tool about 10 feet from bottom. Check the depth and weight. Slowly lower back to bottom. Check depth and weight. If the weight and depths are showing no anomaly turn the rotary 3 to 4 rounds.
Proper use of weight and circulation is the most critical factor in a successful fishing job. An absolute fool proof procedure is still a driller's dream. But experience and judgment is probably the last word in fishing jobs.
1.Flush Guide: As the name signifies, the guide end is flushed with Pole Plate and is used to fish large flat objects.
2.Mill Guide: This type of guide is preferred for fishing small, non-geometrical objects or cleaning the hole from unidentified objects.
3.Lipped Guide: It is special purpose guide to enable the fishing of three or more bit cones lost into the hole. For long objects which are lodged in one part of the hole, this guide is used.