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Ambidextrous Milling Workover Motor

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000231888D
Publication Date: 2013-Oct-11
Document File: 2 page(s) / 47K

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Abstract

Traditional workover motor with counter-rotating heads that could cut drill/mill times dramatically. A mud motor comprising one rotor and stator, further comprising one bearing section that consists of a series of parts spinning in a clockwise motion, and a series of parts spinning in a counter-clockwise motion. Both series of parts are tailed by a separate cutting mechanism (mill or shoe) and spin at the same time and speed.

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Ambidextrous Milling Workover Motor

Traditional workover motor with counter-rotating heads that could cut drill/mill times dramatically.

A mud motor comprising one rotor and stator, further comprising one bearing section that consists of a series of parts spinning in a clockwise motion, and a series of parts spinning in a counter-clockwise motion. Both series of parts are tailed by a separate cutting mechanism (mill or shoe) and spin at the same time and speed.