A tubular handling method is used to move the tubulars used from a horizontal position on a piperack adjacent the well bore to a vertical position over the wall centre or a mousehole which utilizes bicep and forearm assemblies and a gripper head for attachment to a tubular. The path of the tubular being moved is close to the conventional path of the tubular utilizing known cable transfer techniques so as to allow access to the drill floor through the V-door of the drill rig.
Tubular Hardfacing Electrodes are used for hardfacing and build up of new/worn out metallic components to provide greater wear resistance to abrasion, erosion, corrosion and friction. These electrodes comprise densely compacted alloy powders within a thin, flux coated, steel sheath.
Tubular level indicator is a reliable device for reading the level of liquid. It is a simplest form of level indicator. This level indicator finds wide application for level measurement in process tanks, and batching tanks.
Tubular membranes are not self-supporting membranes and they are classified as tubular, capillary and hollow fiber membranes. They are located on the inside of a tube, made of a special kind of material. This material is the supporting layer for the membrane. As the location of tubular membranes is inside a tube, the flow in a tubular membrane is usually inside out. The main cause for this is that the attachment of the membrane to the supporting layer is very weak. Tubular membranes have a diameter of about 5 to 15 mm. As of the size of the membrane surface, plugging of tubular membranes is not likely to occur.
Tubular metallic O-ring seals are designed to provide a high sealing level under adverse working conditions whether the medium is gas or liquid. These are constructed of stainless steel or high temperature alloy tubing or wire. These are available in various sizes ranging from 1/4″ to 315″.