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Rotating Control Devices At Balance with Smith

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HOLD 1500 and 2500 Rotating Control Device


HOLD Offshore Conversion Kit Marine Riser Installation RDH 2500 Rotating Control Device

Hydraulic Power Unit/Lubrication System DHS 1400 Rotating Control Device Model 7068 Rotating Control Device Model 8068 Rotating Control Device Model 7368 Rotating Control Device Model 8068-G Rotating Control Device Rotating Control Device Accessories

Smith Services is an industry leader in providing Rotating Control Devices (RCD), also known as rotating heads. A RCD seals around the drillstring components, diverting dust, mud, air/gas, mist, foam or steam away from the rig floor. From conventional air, gas and geothermal drilling to todays complex Underbalanced Drilling (UBD) and managed pressure projects, Smith Services has a RCD designed for the job. Smith products are backed by experienced operations and service personnel ensuring that the application, installation and demobilization are done right. The stripper element is the critical component of the Smith Services RCD. This is the active barrier between the fluids in the wellbore and the rig floor personnel. A mechanical seal is created by the stretch interference fit between the kelly/drill pipe and the ID of the stripper element and is active 100 percent of the time. Seal reliability and stripper element life are maximized through the strict material quality and manufacturing process controls used to build each Smith Services stripper element.

The Mechanical Seal Advantage Stretch interference fit around the drill stem components to seal 100 percent of the time Stripper elements that are easily replaced at the rig  Maintainable by the rig crew  Seal that is not lost in the event of any type of hydraulic or electrical power disruption  Seal that is enhanced in the presence of wellbore pressure Applications Rig site safety is the main reason for utilizing a RCD. This piece of equipment enables drilling operations to continue while isolating the drilling personnel from potentially harmful wellbore fluids and gasses Conventional air, mist, foam and gas drilling require a RCD for the isolation and redirection of the wellbore discharge RCD protect the environment by directing potentially harmful wellbore fluids and gasses through the processing equipment on location, before being returned to the atmosphere  Underbalanced and managed pressure operations require the use of a RCD to safely direct the wellbore flow through the necessary processing equipment as

drilling operations progress. A RCD is required in all types of UBD, however, a good deal of planning must be done to ensure the right equipment and the appropriate stripper elements are selected Geothermal drilling requires a  RCD designed to operate at high temperatures. High-temperature stripper elements are also necessary Drilling risks from problems such  as lost circulation, fresh water flows or unexpected events from wildcat exploration wells can be mitigated with the use of a RCD to control potential influx

Note: These products, regardless of pressure ratings, are diverters and not blowout preventers. Note: The published test pressure ratings contained herein pertain to the bearing section lower seal assemblies only and do not apply to any of the stripper elements. Further to this, Smith Services, a Business Unit of Smith International, Inc., does not guarantee, either expressed or implied, the pressure ratings published in this or any other printed materials.

At Balance with Smith


The At Balance Automated Pressure Drilling Services provide a pressure management method which increases safety, enhances performance and reduces drilling costs. This revolutionary technology uses the Integrated Pressure Manager (IPM), which combines a high speed programmable system with a real-time hydraulics model to control bottomhole pressure with unmatched speed and precision. Combined with the Smith HOLD Rotating Control Device, customers now have a high-performance solution for their most challenging managed pressure drilling applications.

At Balance is a registered trademark of Shell Technology Ventures Fund 1 B.V.

HOLD 1500 and 2500 Rotating Control Devices


The HOLD Rotating Control Device comes in two sizes. The HOLD 1500 and the HOLD 2500. They are both designed with rig safety and operational reliability in mind. The hydraulically operated lock-down system eliminates the need to send personnel below the drilling floor to release primary or secondary locking systems when installing or replacing the stripper element. These elements can be changed independent of the bearing assembly, saving additional rig time and eliminating the need for excess inventory on location. The HOLD Advantage HOLD 1500 - Rated to 1500 psi operating pressure and up to 13 38" through the bearing assembly HOLD 2500 - Rated to 2500 psi operating pressure and up to 12 14" through the bearing assembly Static test pressure rated for: HOLD 1500 - 1,500 psi HOLD 2500 - 3,000 or 5,000 psi Rig personnel safe on the rig floor during release and removal of the seal element Designed for safe, reliable fluid diversion Reduced trip time and improved well site safety Specifications
HOLD 1500 Rotating Test Pressure Static Test Pressure Maximum RPM Height Maximum Bearing Rotary Drive Top Drive 1,500 psi 1,500 psi 150 rpm 58 13 Yes Yes HOLD 2500 2,500 psi 3,000 psi/5,000 psi 150 rpm 58 12 Yes Yes

HOLD 1500 and 2500 Rotating Control Devices


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Features and Benefits Improved rig safety Operations console located conveniently on the rig floor Mechanically energized stripper element to provide an uninterrupted wellbore seal Large heavy-duty tapered roller bearings to provide low-torque rotation and load support Continuous circulation system lubricates bearings and seals for reliable service Independent high-pressure seal systems for optimum performance Full range of stripper elements for oil, gas or geothermal drilling Real time wellbore pressure sensor and chart recorder Remote Hydraulic Operation The HOLD RCD enables the complete replacement of the stripper element without going below the rig floor to unbolt any primary or secondary locking bolts to unlock the clamp. The HOLD RCD offers a superior clamping system that is hydraulically actuated for both locking and unlocking. The driller operates all hydraulic systems from a control console installed conveniently on the rig floor. The remote operated hydraulic clamp improves rig safety and decreases element replacement time.

Features and Benefits Complete hydraulic lock-down and release of the stripper element Control panel conveniently located on the rig floor Fail-safe locked mechanism that requires hydraulic pressure to open Safety Interlock System that prevents release of the seal element in the presence of wellbore pressure Secondary mechanical locking system not required Visual indicator pin on the head that confirms when the system is locked down Focus on HSE The Offshore kit option for the HOLD 1500/2500 is the only system currently available which is in compliance with 100% zero environmental discharge. In the event of a stripper rubber failure the released fluids are safely contained within the overshot riser, preventing minor environmental incidents from impacting rig operations. The offshore kit is easily adapted to land applications where zero discharge compliance requirements are in effect. The HOLD RCD requires the HighPressure Hydraulic Skid for rig site operation.

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Pressure ratings have been determined through controlled laboratory test procedures. Due to the uncontrolled environment of well drilling operations, Smith International, Inc., its Business Units, Agents and Affiliates make no warranty, either expressed or implied, on the pressure ratings contained herein. Smith International, Inc. does not, under any circumstances, recommend that its rotating drilling heads be used as primary blowout prevention equipment.

HOLD RCD Components 1. Drive Assembly 2. Stripper Element 3. High-Pressure Seal Section 4. Mounting Spool 5. Visual Indicator Pin 6. Latching Lug 7. Bearing Assembly 8. Wellhead Adapter Spool 9. Inlet Flange to match Annular BOP

HOLD Offshore Conversion Kit


The HOLD Offshore Conversion Kit can be installed on either the HOLD 2500 RCD or the HOLD 1500 RCD bearing section as needed. The Offshore Conversion kit modifies the top of the HOLD RCD to provide a custom flange at the top of the RCD. A typical installation would provide a top flange with a welded-on 24 inch OD Overshot Mandrel to engage the Overshot Packer for jack-up or tension-leg drilling platform installation, however, almost any configuration of equipment can be provided. While the Offshore Conversion Kit is not designed to be a structural member of the Marine Riser, it provides a fluid connection to enable flow through the RCD to the diverter and bell nipple used in many typical marine installations, and substantial side loads can be accommodated which help maintain RCD alignment with the rotary or top drive above. A 16.8 inch minimum ID is required above the RCD to allow installation of the stripper rubber elements. The maximum OD of the bearing assembly with the conversion kit installed is 30 inches, and it adds approximately 3 inches to the height of the RCD. HOLD Offshore Conversion Kit Components 1. Overshot Mandrel 2. Special Top Flange 3. Offshore Conversion 1

Marine Riser Installation


With the stripper rubber element installed, all return flow is diverted through the side outlet on the wellhead adapter spool. In typical installations, a valve is installed on the adapter spool outlet to allow the flow to be directed through the rigs conventional mud system when the stripper rubber is removed.

HOLD 2500 Bearing Section with Offshore Conversion Kit installed

Control Panel

Top view looking into the RCD

Typical Marine Riser Installation

RDH 2500 Rotating Control Device


The RDH 2500 Rotating Control Device (RCD) offers built-in safety features that make this head an excellent choice for underbalanced and managed pressure drilling projects. The stripper element can be easily changed independent of the bearing assembly, saving rig time and eliminating the need for excess inventory on location. This product features a split body design with the bearing assembly attaching to the mounting spool via a heavy-duty lower clamp. Features and Benefits High-pressure oil circulation and lubrication system Real-time wellbore pressure sensor and recorder Specifications
HOLD 1500 Rotating test pressure Static test pressure Max. rpm Height Max. width Bearing assy. rotary table pass through Rotating stripper element Stripper element mounting Rotary drive Top drive Dual stripper element adaptor Max. pass through bearing assembly 1,500 psi 1,500 psi 150 rpm 54" 39 58" 27 12" Single or dual Bolt on Yes Yes Yes 13 58" HOLD 2500 2,500 psi 3,000 psi / 5,000 psi 150 rpm 54" 39 58" 27 12" Single or dual Bolt on Yes Yes Yes 12 14" RDH 2500 2,500 psi 3,000 psi 150 rpm 48" - 59" 39 58" 27 12" Single or dual One-piece or bolt on Yes Yes Add 18" - 22" 9"

Hydraulic Power Unit/Lubrication System


Drive bushing Top clamp

Mechanically energized stripper element to provide an uninterrupted wellbore seal Large heavy-duty tapered roller bearings to provide low-torque rotation and load support Continuous circulation of hydraulic oil to lubricate and cool the bearings and seals Independent high-pressure seal assembly to ensure failsafe operation Elastomers that are available for oil, gas, high-temperature and water-based drilling fluids Dual stripper element adaptor to increase drilling personnel rig floor safety

Clamp bolts

Bearing assembly Lower clamp

The Hydraulic Power Unit (HPU) is an important component of the HOLD 1500/2500 and the RDH 2500 Rotating Control Devices (RCD). This unit pumps the oil that lubricates and cools the bearing assemblies and delivers the required pressure to the inside of the high pressure seals, enabling them to hold up to 3,000 or 5,000 psi (static test pressure) wellbore pressure. The HPU is located away from the drilling floor, requiring a 110V electrical supply and an air supply from the rig. The operational features of the HOLD High-Pressure HPU are: Two large 75-gallon oil reservoirs Separate high-pressure and lowpressure lubrication systems

Built-in air compressor that automatically engages if the rig air supply is disrupted High-pressure lubricant system regulated by a mechanical system. Electrical wiring not required below the rig floor Wellbore pressure sensor that signals the high-pressure lubricant system to deliver measured pressure plus an additional 150 psi, ensuring a positive pressure differential across the seal face A seven-day chart recorder that maintains a continuous wellbore pressure record A control console located on the rig floor that operates the clamping system, and is independent of the High-Pressure HPU

Low Pressure Lubrication Since the bearing assemblies in all Smith Services rotating heads are sealed, a low-pressure lubricator is a necessary part of the system. The lubricator does not have to be placed on the rig floor and only needs to be hooked to the rig air supply to operate. The system is virtually maintenance free, requiring only occasional service from the rig crew to top off the oil in the reservoir. The lubricators come in two types: Recirculating system for use with high-temperature applications Non-recirculating system for use in normal conditions and cold temperature applications

Outlet flange Inlet flange

RDH 2500 RCD RDH 2500 HPU HOLD HPU

Technical Data
Inlet Flange 7 116" - 5000# 7 116" - 5000# Shorty 9" - 3000# 11" - 3000 / 5000# 11" - 3000# Shorty 13 58" - 5000# Spool ID 7 116" 7 116" 9" 11 14" 11 14" 13 58" Outlet Flange 7 116" - 2000/3000/5000# 7 116" - 2000/3000/5000# 7 116" - 2000/3000/5000# 7 116" - 2000/3000/5000# 7 116" - 2000/3000/5000# 7 116" - 2000/3000/5000#
Notes: Kelly bushings are available for most API kellys Stripper elements are available for 2 78", 3 12", 4 12", 5" and 5 12" drill pipe (other sizes available on request) Ordering instructions, please specify: Inlet flange size Outlet flange size Kelly size and shape Drill pipe size Drilling fluid type Expected circulating temperature Expected surface pressure

HOLD 2500 Hose Reel

DHS 1400 Rotating Control Device


The DHS 1400 Rotating Control Device (RCD) is the Smith Services intermediate-pressure rated drilling head. Its compact design and large 14 inch thru-bore make it the ideal choice when substructure height is limited. The stripper element can be easily changed independent of the bearing assembly, saving rig time and eliminating the need for excess inventory on location. This product features a split body design with the bearing assembly attaching to the mounting spool via a heavy-duty lower clamp. Features and Benefits Field replaceable bearing section The mechanically energized stripper element that provides an uninterrupted wellbore seal Large heavy-duty tapered roller bearings to provide low-torque rotation and load support Wear bushing for wellhead adapter available for use prior to installation of drilling head Elastomers available for oil, gas, high-temperature and water-based drilling fluids Sealed bearing assembly retrievable through 22 inch rotary table
Test plug Upper clamp Clamp bolt

Model 7068 Rotating Control Device


The Model 7068 Rotating Control Device (RCD) is the low-pressure workhorse of the Smith Services rotating head fleet. It has established a reputation for dependability and ease of operation. The compact design of this head (the Shorty is less than 25 inches tall) makes it ideal for use on small drilling rigs where substructure height is limited. Features and Benefits Mechanically energized stripper element to provide an uninterrupted wellbore seal Large heavy-duty tapered roller bearings to provide low-torque rotation and load support Shock cushion in the retrievable drive bushing to absorb lateral drillstring impact, ensuring dependable bearing performance Available in Shorty (only 24 inches high) version Elastomers available for oil, gas, hightemperature and water-based drilling fluids Specifications
Rotating test pressure 250 psi* 750 psi* 150 rpm 24 38" - 38" 32 12" One-piece or bolt on Yes Yes Add 18" - 22" 13 34"

Clamp bolt

Drive bushing Clamp

Outlet flange

Bearing assembly

Lower clamp

Outlet flange

Inlet flange

Model 7068 RCD

Inlet flange

DHS 1400 RCD

Technical Data
Inlet Flange 9" - 3000# 11" - 3000 / 5000# 11" - 3000 / 5000# Shorty 13 58" - 3000# 13 58" - 3000# Shorty 13 58" - 5000# Spool ID 9" 11 14" 11 14" 14" 14" 13 58" Outlet Flange 7 116" - 2000# 7 116" - 2000# 7 116" - 2000# or 7" threaded 7 116" - 2000# 7 116" - 2000# or 7" threaded 9" - 2000# Height 31" 29 78" 24 38" 29 78" 24 38" 31 78"

Specifications
Rotating test pressure Static test pressure Max. rpm Height Max. width Bearing assy. rotary table pass through Stripper element mounting Rotary drive Top drive Max. pass through bearing assembly
Notes: Kelly bushings are available for most API kellys Stripper elements are available for 2 ", 3 ", 4 ", 5" and 5 " drill pipe (other sizes available upon request) Stationary casing stripper elements are available from 6 " to 10 " upon special order

Technical Data
600 psi 1,000 psi 150 rpm 39 34" - 50 14" 38" 22 2"
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Static test pressure Spool ID 7 116" 7 116" 9" 11 14" 11 4"


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Inlet Flange 7 116" - 3000# 7 116" - 3000# Shorty 9" - 2000 / 3000# 11" - 3000 / 5000# 11" - 3000 / 5000# Shorty 13 58" - 5000# 13 8" - 5000# Shorty
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Outlet Flange 7 116" - 2000/3000# 7 116" - 2000/3000# 7 116" - 2000/3000# 7 116" - 2000/3000# 7 16" - 2000/3000#
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Max. rpm Height Max. width Stripper element mounting Rotary drive Top drive Dual stripper element adaptor

One-piece or bolt on Yes Yes 14"

13 58" 13 8"
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7 116" - 2000/3000# Max. pass through bearing assembly 7 16" - 2000/3000#


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* Pressure ratings apply only to heads equipped with PolyPak seals

Notes: Kelly bushings are available for most API kellys Stripper elements are available for 2 78", 3 12", 4 12", 5" and 5 12" drill pipe (other sizes available upon request) Stationary casing stripper elements are available from 6 58" to 10 34" upon special order

Ordering instructions, please specify: Inlet flange size Outlet flange size Kelly size and shape Drill pipe size Drilling fluid type Expected circulating temperature

Ordering instructions, please specify: Inlet flange size Outlet flange size Kelly size and shape Drill pipe size Drilling fluid type Expected circulating temperature Expected surface pressure

Model 8068 Rotating Control Device


The Model 8068 Rotating Control Device (RCD) is designed for use on large diameter wells. This product features a split body design with the bearing assembly attached to the mounting spool via clamping dogs. The mounting spool is available for 13 inch to 20 inch BOP bolt-on spools and 30 inch and 36 inch weld-on mounting flanges for conductor pipe. The bearing assembly uses the same reliable bearing and seal assembly as the Model 7068 RCD, ensuring consistent performance. Specifications
Rotating test pressure Static test pressure Max. rpm Height (bearing assembly only) Max. width Stripper element mounting Rotary drive Top drive Max. pass through bearing assembly 250 psi* 750 psi* 150 rpm 17" 32 12" One-piece or bolt on Yes Yes 13 34"

Model 7368 Rotating Control Device


Clamp

Features and Benefits Mechanically energized stripper element to provide an uninterrupted wellbore seal Large heavy-duty tapered roller bearings to provide low-torque rotation and load support Shock cushion in the retrievable drive bushing to absorb lateral drillstring impact, ensuring dependable bearing performance Elastomers available for oil, gas, high-temperature and water-based drilling fluids Dual element adaptor to increase drilling personnel safety
Bearing assembly

Model 8068 RCD


Drive ring

The Model 7368 Rotating Control Device (RCD) is designed for use where space is limited, such as on workover rigs. The Model 7368 head employs the same design features as the larger Model 7068 low-pressure RCD. Features and Benefits Mechanically energized stripper element that provides an uninterrupted wellbore seal Large heavy-duty tapered roller bearings to provide low-torque rotation and load support One-piece combination drive bushing stripper element that passes through a 10 inch rotary table Elastomers available for oil, gas, high-temperature and water-based drilling fluids

Specifications
Rotating test pressure 250 psi* 750 psi* 150 rpm 23 78" 24 12" One-piece Yes Yes 7 116"

Mounting Spool
Clamping dog Seal

Static test pressure Max. rpm Height Max. width Stripper element mounting Rotary drive Top drive

One-piece combination drive bushing stripper element Clamp Clamp bolt

*Pressure ratings apply only to heads equipped with PolyPak seals

Flange Technical Data


Casing Size 20" mounting flange 30" / 36" mounting flange 30" mounting flange with removable adapter ring Height 6" 3" 3 14" Flange ID 26 932" 26 932" 28 34"

Outlet flange

Inlet flange

Max. pass through bearing assembly

* Pressure ratings apply only to heads equipped with PolyPak seals

Technical Data
Inlet Flange Spool ID 7 116" 7 116" Outlet Flange 4 116" - 2000 / 3000# 7 116" - 2000#

Note: Customer welds mounting flange directly to conductor pipe

Bowl

Spool Technical Data


Inlet Flange 16" - 2000# 20" - 2000 / 3000# Height 20" 20" Spool ID 16 34" 20 34" Outlet Flange 9" - 3000# 9" - 3000#
Ordering instructions, please specify: Inlet flange size Outlet flange size Kelly size and shape Drill pipe size Drilling fluid type Expected circulating temperature

Weld-on Mounting Adaptor


Clamping dog

7 116" - 2000 / 3000 / 5000# 7 116" - 2000 / 3000 / 5000#

Seal

Notes: Kelly bushings are available in 3" square and 3 12" hex Stripper elements are available for 2 38", 2 78" and 3 12" drill pipe Ordering instructions, please specify: Inlet flange size Outlet flange size Kelly size and shape Drill pipe size Drilling fluid type Expected circulating temperature

Notes: Kelly bushings are available for most API kellys Stripper elements are available for 2", 3", 4", 5" and 5" drill pipe (other sizes available upon request) Stationary casing stripper elements are available from 6 " to 10 " upon special order

Outlet flange

Model 7368 RCD

Inlet flange

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Model 8068-G Rotating Control Device


The 8068-G Geothermal Rotating Control Device (RCD) has been designed with several unique features that enable it to operate safely in a high temperature environment. It utilizes the Model 8068 RCD bearing and drive bushing section, ensuring proven reliability and performance. The geothermal head utilizes a split body design with the bearing section securely fastened to the spool and sealed for safe operation. The spool is equipped with a large diameter rubber element, designed with an ID large enough to safely seal on large diameter drillstring components such as drill collars. Special water injection ports enable the stripper elements and exposed seal faces to be cooled and lubricated by circulating water through the head when stripping in and out of the well. Features and Benefits Mechanically energized stripper element to provide an uninterrupted wellbore seal Large heavy-duty tapered roller bearings to provide low-torque rotation and load support Specifications
Static test pressure Max. rpm Height Max. width Bearing assy. rotary table pass through Stripper rubber mounting Rotary drive Top drive Max. pass through bearing assembly 750 psi* 150 rpm 57" - 65" 37 12" 27 12" One-piece or bolt on Yes Yes 13 34"

Rotating Control Device Accessories


Stripper Elements All Smith Services stripper elements are manufactured to strict material specifications and a proprietary compound formulation. Every batch of rubber is subject to multiple QA tests and verification prior to molding. The stripper elements are molded under conditions of controlled and documented load weight, temperature, cavity pressure and cure time. Once elements are molded, documentation for the entire batch of stripper elements is reviewed by an independent rubber lab, completing the QA process. Smith Services builds quality and reliability into each stripper element so that "when you are under pressure you are in control. Stripper elements are passive seals that maintain a constant barrier between the atmosphere and wellbore. The inner diameter of stripper rubbers should always be smaller than the objects (e.g. drill pipe, tool joints) passing through to ensure sealing with zero wellbore pressure. The outer geometry of the passive seal creates higher sealing pressure as wellbore pressure increases. Low-pressure One-piece Combo Stripper Element Combination drive bushing and stripper element Reduced replacement time and elimination of cap screws Available in natural rubber, nitrile, butyl or polyurethane Will fit Models 7068, 8068 and DHS 1400 RCDs High-pressure One-piece Combo Stripper Element Combination drive bushing and stripper element Reduced replacement time and elimination of cap screws Available in natural rubber, nitrile or butyl Will fit the RDH 2500 RCD Standard Stripper Element Secured to drive bushing with cap screws and locking wire Available in natural rubber, nitrile, butyl or polyurethane Strips tools up to 8 inch OD Available for use on Models 7068, 8068 and DHS 1400 RCDs

All rubber components that have been specially formulated for high temperature service Dual stripper element design Upper element that rotates with the kelly sealing around drill pipe, tool joints and the kelly Upper stripper element that can be changed without removing the bearing Lower stationary element that seals around large diameter drillstring components such as drill collars Spool equipped with a port for bleeding off pressure between the upper element and the closed BOP Drive bushing and stripper element retrievable through a 17 inch rotary table Bearing assembly retrievable through a 27 inch rotary table Shock cushion in the retrievable drive bushing that absorbs lateral drillstring impact ensuring dependable bearing performance Available with either 14 inch or 15 inch thru-bore

Clamp Bearing assembly

Clamping dog

Model 7368 One-piece Combo Stripper Element Combination drive bushing and stripper element Reduced replacement time and elimination of cap screws Available in natural rubber, nitrile, butyl or polyurethane Heavy-duty Stripper Element Secured to drive bushing with cap screws and locking wire Available in natural rubber, nitrile or high temperature compounds Strips tools up to 8 inch OD Available for use on Models 7068, 8068 and DHS 1400 RCDs Accessories Dual element adaptor for HOLD 1500, HOLD 2500 and RDH 2500 Stabbing mandrels Snubbing adaptor Logging adaptor

Inlet flange Spool

Outlet flange

Model 8068-G RCD

Technical Data
Inlet Flange 13 58" - 3000# 16" - 2000# 20" - 2000 / 3000# Spool ID 14" 16 34" 20 34" Outlet Flange 9"- 2000 / 3000# 9"- 2000 / 3000# 9"- 2000 / 3000#

Low-pressure one-piece combo stripper element

High-pressure one-piece combo stripper element

Model 7368 one-piece stripper element

* Pressure ratings apply only to heads equipped with PolyPak seals Notes: Kelly bushings are available for most API kellys Stripper elements are available for 2 ", 3 ", 4 ", 5" and 5 " drill pipe (other sizes available upon request) Stationary casing stripper elements are available from 6 " to 10 " upon special order Ordering instructions, please specify: Inlet flange size Outlet flange size Kelly size and shape Drill pipe size Drilling fluid type Expected circulating temperature

Standard stripper element

Heavy-duty stripper element

Note: Contact a Smith Services representative to assist with stripper element selection.

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