Years of involvement in this domain has enabled us to manufacture, export and supply Rotary Reamers. These reamers consists of cross pin, reamer pin, bearing block, rolling reamer cutters, cap screws and lock washers. This allows the drillers to easily carry out the exchange operations. The offered Rotary Reamers are mainly used to provide stability to the drill string and to maintain hole size. Our team of quality controllers examine all these reamers before delivery to ensure the satisfaction of our customers.
- Excellent design
- Easy to fit
- Corrosion resistant
- Pressure resistant
PARVEEN rotary reamer body is classified as below depending upon the purpose of use.
1. The connection of string reamer (three point) being with box up and box down.
2. The connection of string reamer (three point) being with box up and pin down.
3. The connection of bottom hole reamer (six point) being with box up or pin up and box down.
PARVEEN rolling reamer cutters are manufactured under the severe quality control and state of art manufacturing technology developed by PARVEEN.
1. Three or six point reamer.
2. Bottom hole (near bit) or string reamer.
3. Hole size.
4. Drill collar O.D
5. Type of cutter.
6. Size and type of top/bottom connection
7. Body is made of AISI 4145 H (M).
Roller reamer cutters are being made from AISI 8620/EN 36C nickel chromium molybdenum alloy steel and are carburized & hardened to 58 to 62 HRC. The cutter OD's are ground to finished gauge and the bore of cutters are case hardened and honed to exact sizes to ensure long life to the bearing surface. There are three types of cutters.
SOFT FORMATION CUTTER (SFC)
It is hob milled with sharp teeth for soft formation drilling. The leading edge of cutter is hard faced with sintered tungsten carbide.
MEDIUM FORMATION CUTTER (MFC)
It is hob milled with flat teeth for medium formation drilling. The leading edge of cutter is hard faced with sintered tungsten carbide.
HARD FORMATION CUTTER (HFC) It has pressed-in tungsten carbide inserts for extremely hard and abrasive formations