Handling Tools

We supply different size of handling tools, such as Elevator, Manual Tong, Power Tong, Iron Roughneck and others. These handling tools are used for lifting, handling, make-up and break out of drilling strings and other drilling tools. All the products have related API, ISO certificate. QA & QC covers all the manufacture procedures to make sure that each tool we provide to our customer is with the best quality and conditions.

  • Manual Tong
    Manual Tong is a tool designed for making up and breaking connections of tubular goods, from light tubing to heavy wall pipe and drill collars. There are seven types, varying in torque capacity from 10,000 to 200,000 Lbs/ft (13,560-271,000Nm). Covered sizes from 2 3/8" to 17" or 36" (HT50 with extended reach). The tongs can be assembled for either making up or break out by removing the hanger and turning the complete HT Tong over. Interchangeable lug jaw design permits each tong to handle different sizes of pipe. By installing hinge jaws (available for some models), bigger pipe sizes can be handled.
  • Power Tong
    Torlins Oil-Gas Equipment & Technologies (Beijing) Co., Ltd offers a wide suite of state-of-the-art hydraulic power tong manufactured by industry leaders known for their ability to deliver reliable and technologically advanced oilfield services tools. Casing and tubing tongs have door safety locks and have access to integral backup systems to guarantee optimum connection makeup. Power Tong is widely used for making-up or breaking-out of casings or pipes, it has wholly hydraulic driven, simple structure and safe operation. Besides, it can be used with computer controlling units. Power Tong is an ideal casing handling tool for casing running operation in oilfield.
  • Iron Roughneck
    Iron Roughneck is a piece of hydraulic machinery used to "handle" (connect and disconnect) segments of pipe in a modern drilling rig. Iron Roughneck is a convenient and modularized product. The tool is used for make-up and break-out operations of drill pipes, drill collars, casings and other type couplings from 31/2” to 81/2”. It is an upgrade product. This product suits for hot or cool environment, onshore or offshore locations. Thus, it is the best wellhead equipment for achieved oilfield mechanic modernization. Iron Roughneck can be remote controlled. It is designed and manufactured according to API Spec 7k specifications.
  • Slips
    Slips, device used to grip the drilling string in a relatively non damaging way and suspend it in the rotary table. This device contains three or more steel wedges that are hinged together, forming a near circle around the drill pipe. On the drill pipe side (inside surface), the slips are fitted with replaceable, hardened tool steel teeth that embed slightly into the side of the pipe. The outsides of the slips are tapered to match the taper of the rotary table. After the rig crew places the slips around the drill pipe and in the rotary, the driller slowly lowers the drilling string. As the teeth on the inside of the slips grip the pipe, the slips are pulled down.
  • Safety Clamp
    The Safety Clamp contains individual links, flexibly hinged together. Each link has an individual tapered slip which acts as a gripping member, more like a tapered rotary slip, and each slip is held in a retracted position on the taper by spring tension. When the clamp is tightened, each small slip takes a firm initial grip on the surface of the pipe. Should the pipe start to fall, or should load increase occur against the slips, the taper mounting causes each slip to wedge tighter against the surface of the pipe to increase the grip or lock the pipe against further movement. Gripping pressure is always uniform around the pipe so there is little danger of crushing thin-walled pipe or damaging the pipe surface. And, since each link, complete with tapered slip, is interchangeable as a unit, the Safety Clamp is readily adaptable to virtually any diameter.
  • Elevator
    Elevators are a hinged device with handles that are used to wrap around the tool joint of drill pipe, as developed for the drilling industry, casing or lift nipples (for collars) to facilitate the lifting or lowering of them singly or of the drill string as a whole. In practical use elevators are highly stressed components and require regular careful inspection. In practice, sets of elevators and a spare duplicate are required on-site for general operations. Their failure almost always stops operations. To latch around a piece of pipework a set of elevators need a precise internal diameter, with an appropriately profiled shoulder to accommodate the lower profile of a tool joint. The latch mechanism has to prevent opening under radial loads of up to hundreds of tons. For some purposes (casing elevators, and loading pipe into and out of the derrick), the elevators also need to resist cross-axial loads of the weight of the pipe joints.
  • Bushing
    Bushing, an adapter that serves to connect the rotary table to the kelly. The kelly bushing has an inside diameter profile that matches that of the kelly, usually square or hexagonal. It is connected to the rotary table by four large steel pins that fit into mating holes in the rotary table. The rotary motion from the rotary table is transmitted to the bushing through the pins, and then to the kelly itself through the square or hexagonal flat surfaces between the kelly and the kelly bushing. The kelly then turns the entire drilling string because it is screwed into the top of the drilling string itself.