DRILLING SUPPLY OFFERS 3 STYLES OF DOWN THE HOLE FISHING TOOLS THE FIRST TWO ARE A TAPERED THREAD STYLE
All of our fishing tools come with standard API threads. In our machine shop we can cut any thread or customizes a drilling tool solution for your needs. Our fishing tools range in size from 3.5" OD - 24" OD
OVER SHOT FISHING TOOL
This drilling tool is an Over shot fishing tool. To construct this part it we manufacture in a similar fashion to the fishing spear. The over shot is precision CNC machined from hardened high alloy steel. And has a sharp internal thread profile. This fishing tool latches to the outside diameter of the broken down hole drilling tool. The hard sharpened threads are designed to latch and thread into the part.
The Fishing spear is a tapered down hole fishing tool that is designed to cut a thread into in inside bore of the rotary drilling tubular. Our manufacturing process specifies us to cut a sharp profile thread into case hardened 8620 high alloy steel. We do this in house with our CNC machine shop. This guarantees it will bit into the broken tubular.
MAGNETIC FISHING TOOL
A premium magnetic fishing tool that is also very inexpensive. It comes standard with a removable reaming bit which helps to stabilize it while down the hole. Our magnetic fishing tools pull over to 3501bs in testing, but we can design them to pull even more. Our fishing tools have open holes designed to allow the face of the tool to be flushed. This allows for good hole cleaning and helps insure random debris does not become magnetised and junk up the face of the tool. The magnetic fishing tool is designed to be used with none hibulars
HYDRAULIC & MECHANICAL DRILLING JARS
Our hydraulic and mechanical jars are designed for releasing a stuck downhole tool by up-and-down impacts with static axial load (tension) and torque. Jars are included in drilling assemblies for sidetracking. We produce right and left hand fishing & drilling jarsas well as brand-new torsiconial jars purposed for releasing stuck tools by up-and-down torsional impacts.