National Oilwell Varco Iron roughneck ST-120

National Oilwell Varco Iron roughneck ST-120

The “ST-120 Iron Roughneck” is a specific model or type of iron roughneck commonly used in the oil and gas industry. It is designed and manufactured by various companies that specialize in drilling and well completion equipment. While I don’t have information on specific models introduced after the last update in September 2021, I can provide some general information about iron roughnecks and how they typically work.

An “ST-120 Iron Roughneck” likely belongs to a family of iron roughneck machines and may have the following characteristics:

  1. Automation: Like other iron roughnecks, the ST-120 is designed to automate the process of making up (tightening) or breaking out (loosening) threaded connections between sections of drill pipe, casing, or other tubular components used in drilling operations.
  2. Torque Control: It is equipped with torque sensors and controls to ensure that the threaded connections are made up or broken out with the correct amount of torque. This helps maintain the integrity of the wellbore.
  3. Safety: Iron roughnecks, including the ST-120, aim to enhance safety by reducing the need for manual labor in physically demanding and potentially hazardous tasks.
  4. Efficiency: These machines are built for efficiency, helping to expedite drilling and well construction operations by quickly making and breaking connections.
  5. Compatibility: Iron roughnecks are designed to be versatile, accommodating various sizes and types of pipe and casing commonly used in the oil and gas industry.
  6. Remote Operation: Some modern iron roughnecks, including models like the ST-120, can be operated remotely, further improving safety and efficiency.

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