Brave solutions. True innovations.

Norse Oiltools is a new company, but with a long heritage and vast experience from the oil sector. Our goal is to make tools that can help create a better and more efficient energy industry.
Tools built with true innovations and brave solutions. Tools that allow us to meet tomorrow's challenges today.
Norse Oiltools
presents
A brand new
Innovative
Downhole Swarf collection tool
NO SWARF PASSES TROUGH
SELF CLEANING MAGNET ZONE
THE SWARF IS COLLECTED IN A HIGH CAPACITY SWARF CONTAINER

The Swarf problem

Milling operations cause metallic debris, swarf, to enter the mud return flow. To avoid swarf reaching the BOP cavities and the topside equipment, magnets are installed in the drill string. However, as swarf builds up on the magnets, the magnetic effect decreases, causing some swarf to pass. This results in operational rig time being spent on clean-up runs and, in some cases, pulling of the BOP.

The Solution

Swarfix captures and stores 100% of the metal debris, avoiding well clean-up runs and pulling of the BOP. The tool is based on a magnetic rod surrounded by a high grade, non-magnetic steel screw. A specially designed motor rotates the screw, pushing the captured swarf down and into a container below. This principle allows the magnets to always be clean. The volume of the container is designed to accommodate all the swarf from the window milling operation. It is designed for both 9 5/8” and 13 3/8” milling operations.

Applications

Casting Sidekick Window Milling

Swarfix captures and stores 100% of the metal debris in one safe, easy and efficient operation.

Applications

BOP Cleaning

1

Swarfix can easily be adapted, with a nozzle jet tool, to clean the BOP.

2

High pressure nozzles clean the BOP. Swarf passes up to the Swarfix tool.

3

The Swarfix tool collect and store the swarf from the BOP. No clean-up runs needed.
Jan Stangeland
General Manager
Bjarne Holmebakken
Senior Engineer
Jan S. Grimstad
Marketing
Gunnar Espeland
Chairman
Tor Ole Talgø
Technical development
Geir-Magne Langeland
Technical development

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