Insert Bowl No.3
Insert Bowl No.3
Insert Bowl No. 3 is specifically designed for handling tubulars with diameters ranging from 2-3/8” to 8-5/8”. It offers superior slip backup and is intended for running heavier tubular strings, reducing the risk of string failure due to bottlenecking.
The bowl can be used in the following Master Bushings:
- Master Bushing 37½” – Compatible with National, Oilwell, EMSCO, Forum Energy, Drillmec, and other API standard Master Bushings.
- Master Bushing 27½” – Compatible with NOV, Wirth, Oilwell, Drillmec, and similar equipment.
NB: We can make customized Insert Bowls also as per the requirement of the customer.
Features & Benefits
- Insert Bowls will be supplied in accordance with API-7K specifications, ensuring their compliance with industry standards.
- Spectrum proudly holds an API-7K License for Rotary Bushings (Master Bushing, Kelly Bushing) for the past 23 years and continues to do so.
- Spectrum’s Insert Bowls are equivalent to and interchangeable with NOV/Forum variants, making them compatible with NOV/Forum/Drillmec, as well as other standard make Master Bushings.
- The Insert Bowls are suitable for both 27½” and 37½” Master Bushings and feature a standard taper that enhances the support and performance of slips during operations.
- Rated Load Capacity : 500 Ton
- Estimated Design life : 10 Years
- Insert Bowls manufactured following HSE guidelines.
- The easy fitment of Insert Bowls in Master Bushings reduces downtime significantly.
- Insert Bowls undergo a rigorous series of Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) and Destructive Testing (DT) processes as part of our quality control measures, ensuring the safety and reliability of the product at the rig site.
- Excellent durability.
- Our brand is known for its reliability, earning the trust of users and contributing to enhanced crew safety during operations.
We provide the fastest delivery with a short lead time for Insert Bowls.
- We maintain a substantial inventory of spares to ensure their availability with very short lead times, minimizing downtime on the rig. huge inventory.