Junk Catchers- Fishing Tools
Core Type Junk Baskets
The Core Type Junk Basket is an easy to use junk retrieval tool designed to effectively remove small objects such as bit cones, slips, hand tools, and tail chains from the hole.
Reverse Circulation Junk Baskets
Utilizing the principal of reverse fluid circulation, the Reverse Circulation Junk Basket has been designed to remove all types of small junk objects from the hole.
Full Flow Reverse Circulation Junk Baskets
The Full Flow Reverse Circulation Junk Basket is similar to the Reverse Circulation Junk Basket. The unique difference is the Full Flow Valve Assembly that enables continuous circulation through the center thereby keeping out shale and debris while running in the hole.
Junk Catcher Assemblies
The alternately long and short fingers of the junk catcher assembly extend almost to the center of the basket to form a close-fitting receptacle that will retain small pieces of junk that may impede drilling progress or hold a core sample.
Fishing Magnets and Magnet Charger
The Fishing Magnet is designed to retrieve small metal, oddly shaped objects such as mill shavings, bit cones, cutters, bearings, slips,tong pins and hand tools for the bottom of the well bore.
Heavy Duty Ditch Magnets
The Ditch Magnet is the most effective means available to trap and remove metal particles from drilling mud missed by the shale shaker.
EZ Clean™ Ditch Magnets with Rare Earth Elements
The EZ Clean™ Ditch Magnet with Rare Earth Elements is the most effective means available to trap and remove metal particles from drilling mud missed by the shale shaker. The ditch magnet will capture all magnezed metals. During milling operations, the magnet is parcularly valuable for the removal of mill cuttings and debris that cause wear on mud pumps and other equipment.
Magna Fish™ Fishing Magnets
The Magna Fish™ Fishing Magnet is designed to retrieve small metal, oddly–shaped objects such as milling shavings, bit cones, cuers, bearings, slips, long pins, and hand tools from the boom of the wellbore. Typically, these objects are the result of bit failures, and accumula!on of mill cuttings, or simply accidental droppings of unmillable objects.