Impregnated Diamond Bits, Core Drill BitsImpregnated diamond bits are the most commonly used bits in mineral exploration. The drill bit keeps self-sharpening during the drilling process to maintain the performance. The matrix layer of the crown contains a uniform distribution of these crystals that are embedded in a powdered metal bond.
Surface Set Diamond Bits, Core Drill BitsBeing designed with a singular layer of natural/synthetic diamond and utilizing a hard matrix compound on the bit face, our surface set diamond bits can help ensure sufficient overlap to prevent premature wear of the matrix.
Tungsten Carbide Bits, Drill BitsThe tungsten carbide bits use tungsten carbide as the cutting media. The crown of tungsten carbide bits are embedded with rectangular-shaped or octagonal-shaped tungsten-carbide elements.
TSP Core Bits, Drill BitsTSP core bits are designed with thermally stable polycrystalline cutters which are mounted in the bit crown matrix. The bit is extremely tough, so it is suitable for massive or broken formations.
It is suitable for use on all conventional and wireline core barrel. This product is mainly designed to ream the hole to the standard diameter. It can keep the stability of the core barrel. When the old bit is replaced by the new one, reaming shell can also provide sufficient clearance for the new bit.
Casing and rod shoes are designed to position the rods or casing under overburden in drilling hole. The interior is smooth and large enough for free passage of coring equipment such as bits, reaming shells, core barrels and drill rods. These diamond tools are suitable for even severe drilling conditions covering unconsolidated overburdened or broken abrasive materials.