The thermal stability of our exclusive Geoset polycrystalline diamond (PCD) drill diamond makes it ideal for wear and cutting applications in oil and gas drilling. These products are thermally stable, offer excellent brazability, and come in a variety of geometries for stabilizer pads. A variety of coatings are offered for all grades of Geoset drill diamond to enhance attachment properties in metal bond systems. A wide variety of geometries make the Geoset drill diamond suitable for a broad range of applications, from stabilizer pads to core bits to downhole drilling.
Geoset drill diamond is a tough, self-sharpening, thermally stable product that can be surface set into the face of drill bits. Because it is thermally stability up to 1200°C in non-oxidizing environments, the Geoset drill diamond can be successfully used with high temperature metal bond systems. The drill diamonds are available with an advanced nickel based coating to protect the diamond crystal from aggressive bonding metals including iron, steels, chromium, and tungsten.
The specific cemented carbide grades offered for these inserts are produced in high throughput robotic presses with high quality and consistency. The carbide grades are chosen to provide high performance for the stabilizers downhole. Further, the stabilizers are offered with optional coatings for hard facing/welding of the inserts.
|Hyperion Part Number||Shape||Dimensions (mm)|
|OSRS 060 050 030P||Rectangular||6 x 5 x 3|
|OSRS 060 050 040P||Rectangular||6 x 5 x 4|
|OSRS 130 050 030P||Rectangular||13 x 5 x 3|
|OSRS 130 050 040P||Rectangular||13 x 5 x 4|
|OSRS 200 050 040P||Rectangular||20 x 5 x 4|
|OSRS 250 050 030P||Rectangular||25 x 5 x 3|
|OSRS 250 050 040P||Rectangular||25 x 5 x 4|
|OSTC 250 060 100P||Trapezoidal||25 x 6 x 10|
|OSXS 081510||Round||8.15 diameter|
|OSXS 150 080 000P||Serrated||15 diameter|
|OSXS 151710||Round||15.17 diameter|
Your Hyperion sales person can offer their expertise in selecting the PCD or carbide and product best suited to solve your needs.
*Cemented carbide is also known as solid carbide and tungsten carbide (WC).