Drillform Innovations on Display at OTC2019


Drillform will be an exhibitor at the 2019 Offshore Technology Conference in Houston, Texas from May 6th to 9th, 2019. Celebrating its 50th year, OTC is where energy professionals meet to exchange ideas and opinions in order to advance scientific and technical knowledge for offshore resources.

Visit Drillform in the outdoor exhibitor area at booth 11035. Drillform’s two newest automated drilling innovations will be onsite throughout the event. See the BD130 Automated Floor Wrench and DC440 Drilling Catwalk and learn how they can save significant time, costs and stress for your operations.

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Immediate Availability of ST710 Workover Rig Catwalk

Drillform announces immediate availability of the Bulldog ST710 Workover Rig Catwalk. Designed to accommodate a high volume of tubulars the ST710 reduces the risk of TRI’s due to drops and repetitive lifting while the no deck design reduces the risk of falls. Operating on rig air, the ST710 features a pintle hitch for easy towing, folding pipe racks for maximum flexibility and accommodates rig floor heights from 7′ to 12′ high.
To learn more about the available ST710 unit click here or contact info@drillform.com.

Drillform Debuts New Service Rig Catwalk Product and Unveils New Product Video

Drillform Technical Services Ltd. announces availability of the new Bulldog ST710 Service Rig Catwalk, the latest offering in Drillform’s award-winning, comprehensive Bulldog product line. The company also recently released a product video featuring its longer performing ST820 Service Rig Catwalk.

The Bulldog ST710 is a base model pneumatic service rig pipe handler, based on Drillform’s more robust ST820 model. The ST710 accommodates rig floor heights ranging from 7’ to 12’ to increase speed and efficiency of tubular handling, while improving safety for rig personnel. Sporting adjustable pipe racks that can accommodate up to 15,000 lbs. each, the ST710 is designed for easy transport, towability and setup. It is also available in a SKID version with deck heights beginning at 24”.

“While our ST820 model offers the most functionality and performs the most comprehensive pipe handling tasks, we have now introduced the ST710 as a lower priced alternative. It runs on rig air and fits a smaller range of rig floor heights, but it is also available in skid and towable versions. Most importantly, the ST710 improves service rig tubular handling efficiency and its’ enhanced safety features reduce LTI’s,” said Tracie Reed, Drillform’s VP of Business Development. “Drillform provides a family of service rig catwalk products, in skid and towable versions, to fit every customer’s needs and budget.”

In addition to unveiling the new ST710, Drillform recently produced a dynamic video that showcases the features and benefits of the ST820 Service Rig Catwalk. Recognizing that it can be a challenge to fully envision functionality and design through pictures and spec sheets alone, the video presents a simulation of the ST820’s automated functionality, increased safety features, and significant ROI. View the video here.

Drillform’s service rig catwalk family is a particularly excellent fit for rental companies who provide support and products for well service companies. Drillform is actively seeking field placement in a number of regions across North America and parties interested in learning more about our Strategic Partner Program can contact Drillform via email at info@drillform.com or phone at (403) 263-3133.