What equipment is used for drilling?

What equipment is used for drilling?

List of items Mud tank Shale shakers Suction line (mud pump) Mud pump Motor or power source hose Draw-works Standpipe Kelly hose Goose-neck

What equipment is used for water well drilling?

A drilling rig is a machine that creates holes in the earth’s subsurface. Drilling rigs can be massive structures housing equipment used to drill water wells, oil wells, or natural gas extraction wells, or they can be small enough to be moved manually by one person and such are called augers.

What are the components of a drilling rig?

Major components of the rig include the mud tanks, the mud pumps, the derrick or mast, the drawworks, the rotary table or topdrive, the drillstring, the power generation equipment and auxiliary equipment. Offshore, the rig includes the same components as onshore, but not those of the vessel or drilling platform itself.

What is a core drilling rig?

A core drill is a hollow tube which cuts by rotating. The bits are usually diamond coated on the leading edge for use in rock. As they are rotated to abrade their way through the rock they have water or cutting fluid pumped through them to clear the cuttings and lubricate the drilling tube.

What is a rotary drilling rig?

A rotary table is a mechanical device on a drilling rig that provides clockwise (as viewed from above) rotational force to the drill string to facilitate the process of drilling a borehole.

What is a water well drilling rig?

Waterwell Used Rigs. Well drilling is the process of drilling a hole in the ground for the extraction of a natural resource such as ground water, natural gas, or petroleum . Water well drills also can be used for geothermal drilling applications whether it be commercial geothermal or residential geothermal.