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TDS-4S TDS-4H

T o p D r i v e S

Contents
LUBRICATION Major Components ....................................2 Maintenance Schedules ............................4 Recommended Lubricants .....................11 Lubrication Points ...................................12 MAINTENANCE AND SPARES Adjustment Procedures ..........................20 Consummables ........................................27 Washpipe Assembly ................................28 Making Up the Drill Stem ........................32 GENERAL INFORMATION Torque Values ..........................................34 Service Centers .......................................36 Specifications ..........................................38

Varco P/N

30153911 Rev.

TDS-4S Top Drive Major Components


Pressure Filter Counterbalance Assembly S-Pipe Guide Dolly Assembly

TDS-4H Top Drive Major Components


Counterbalance Assembly Pressure Filter Guide Dolly Assembly

S-Pipe

LO
LO

Drilling Motor and Transmission Assembly

Drilling Motor and Transmission Assembly Standard Mud Hose

LUBRICATION

Electrical Service Loop Pipehandler Assembly Electrical Service Loop Fluid Service Loop Standard Mud Hose Pipehandler Assembly

LUBRICATION

Fluid Service Loop

No more than once daily, no less than once weekly


Item Drill Pipe Elevator Power Slips RBS Guide Dolly Rollers

TDS-4S/4H Maintenance Round Trip Schedule


Points Various Various Various 20 Lubrication Grease Grease Grease Grease

TDS-4S/4H Maintenance Daily Schedule


Or after 8 hrs drilling
Lubrication Grease Grease Grease Grease Grease Item Bonnet Seal* Link Adapter Wear Shoe Torque Tube Clevis Pin Wash Pipe Assy* Safety Valve IBOP Actuator Cranks Points 1 4 2 1 2

Item Pipe Handler RBS

Inspect for Worn or Broken Dies Worn or Broken Dies

Action Brush Clean or Replace as Necessary Brush Clean or Replace as Necessary Item TDS Motor and Guide Dolly Assemblies Pipe Handler TDS TDS Controls* Inspect for Loose Bolts, Fittings, Safety Wire and Cotter Pins Loose Bolts, Fittings, Safety Wire and Cotter Pins Check Leaking Hoses and Connectors Verify Operation Action Repair or Replace as Necessary Repair or Replace as Necessary Repair or Replace as Necessary Repair or Replace as Necessary Replace as Necessary Replace as Necessary Fill as Necessary Fill as Necessary

These round trip activities should take approximately 10 minutes to perform Unless otherwise specified, apply two pumps of grease where noted

Hydraulic Pressure Filter (on TDS) Hydraulic Return Filter (on HPU) Air Supply Lubricator Check Level (in Derrick) Gear Box Oil Check Level (Pump Off)*

LUBRICATION

LUBRICATION

These daily activities should take approximately 20 minutes to perform Unless otherwise specified, apply two pumps of grease where noted

* These items are high priority and must be


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completed daily

TDS-4S/4H Maintenance Weekly Schedule


Or after 60 hrs drilling
Item Points Lubrication Grease Grease Grease Grease Grease Grease Grease Grease Grease Grease Grease Grease Grease Grease Grease Grease Grease Grease Grease

TDS-4S/4H Maintenance Weekly Schedule


Or after 60 hrs drilling
Action Item TDS Transmission Inspect for

Upper Quill Shaft Bearing 1 Dolly Motor Trunnions 2 IBOP Actuator Arms 4 Rotating Head 4 or 5 Rotating Head Roller 1 Hydraulic Link Tilt 8 Upper IBOP Valve 1 IBOP Actuator Cam Followers 2 Link Spreader (if Equipped) 6 Solid Body Elevators 2 or 4 Ph-85 Clamp Body Cylinder 4 Trunnion Ph-85 Clamp Body 8 Elevator Support 7 Master Bushing Wear Guide 4 Retract Dolly (if Equipped) 8 Bail Pins 2 Ph-85 Support Shaft (Grease Contact Points) Elevator Links (Grease Eye Contact Points) Hydraulic Rotating Head Gear (Grease Teeth)

Unless otherwise specified, apply two pumps of grease where noted

LUBRICATION

Remove 1/4" NPT plug, install grease fitting and apply ten pumps of grease

Shift Between High Repair as Required and Low and Rotate in Each Gear Air Filter and Check Air Pressure Adjust Repair Regulator as Necessary RBS Function Test Repair as Required Dolly Rollers Loose or Broken Repair or Replace Bearing, Flat Spots as Necessary Rotating Head Seal Leakage Repair as Necessary Cooling System Leaks or Damaged Repair and Replace Hoses as Necessary Pneumatic Link Condition of Air Repair as Tilt Bladder Necessary Pivot Pin and Stops Service Loops Damage, Abrasions Repair or Replace and Snag Points as Necessary Oil Heat Visual Inspection Clean or Repair Exchanger as Necessary Motor Alignment Operate and Record Results Cylinder (HPU Off) Note Pressure Counterbalance Note Pressure Record Results Cylinder (HPU Off) Cooling System Check Heat Repair as (Closed Loop) Exchanger Necessary for Water Leaks Spark Arrestors Visual Inspection Clean or Replace for Holes and as Necessary Cleanliness Lower IBOP Fully Close and Repair or Replace Open Lower IBOP as Necessary Valve

LUBRICATION

These weekly activities should take approximately 20 minutes to perform

TDS-4S/4H Maintenance Monthly Schedule


Or after 250 hrs drilling
Item Motor Frame/ Dolly Hinges Transmission (Oil Sample) Points 4 1 Lubrication Grease Gear Oil

TDS-4S/4H Maintenance Quarterly Schedule


Or after 750 hrs drilling
Lubrication Motor Grease Grease Item Drilling Motor Pinion Motor Blower Motor Gear Oil Filter (Screw on Type) Points 1 2 1

Item DC motor

Inspect for Visual inspect brushes and commutator Alarm operation at VDC and transfer panel Low lube oil, Blower differential pressure Runs smoothly no excessive vibration Runs smoothly no excessive vibration Runs smoothly no excessive vibration Loose connection, moisture trap, cleanliness

Action Clean or replace as necessary Repair as necessary Item Blower Motor Oil Pump Motor HPU Motors DC Motor Inspect for Action

Purge system

Alarms

Repair as necessary

DC motor

Repair as necessary

Blower motor

Repair as necessary

Oil pump motor

Repair as necessary

Transfer Panel

Clean and repair as necessary

LUBRICATION

These monthly activities should take approximately 45 minutes to perform (plus daily and weekly activities) Unless otherwise specified, apply two pumps of grease where noted

Running Amps Record Results Running Amps Record Results Check Running Amps Record Results Brush Length, Clean and Freedom of Movement, Replace as Spring Tension Necessary Commutator for Flash Over, Cleanliness Meg Motor and Record Reading Meg Motor Field (Shunt) and Record Reading DC Motor Check Heater Repair as Operation Necessary Disc Brakes Check Pads Replace as Necessary Hydraulic Filter Change Filter Gear Oil Filter Change Filter (Screw on Type) Transmission Change Oil (Unless Samples Tell Otherwise) Clean Suction Screen when Replacing the Oil HPU Check Magnet Plug for Clean as Metal Particles Change Necessary Return Filter Drain Water From Bottom of Tank Upper Bearing Check Inline Oil Clean or Replace Strainer for Oil Flow as Necessary

LUBRICATION

Unless otherwise specified, apply two pumps of grease where noted


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TDS-4S/4H Maintenance Semi Annual Schedule


Or after 1500 hrs drilling
Item DC Motor Commutator Points 1 Lubrication Motor Grease

Lubricants
Mfr. Ambient Temperature Range Castrol Chevron Exxon Gulf Mobil Shell Statoil Texaco Total Union General Purpose Grease Below -20 C
(Below -4 F)

Item Oil Temp Switch

Inspect for Operational Check

Action

Replace as Necessary Air Temp Switch Operational Check Replace as Necessary Water Temp Operational Check Replace as Switch Necessary Split Landing Disassemble, Inspect Replace as Collar all Parts for Wear Necessary Field Supply Verify Field Outputs Adjust as Necessary J-Boxes Inspect and Tighten Tighten or Repair all Connections as Necessary

N/R Avi-Motive W Lidok EP1 Gulf Crown EP31 Mobilux EP1 Alvania EP1 Uniway EP1N Multifak EP1 Multis EP1 Unoba EP1

Above -20 C
(Above -4 F)

MP Grease Avi-Motive Lidok EP2 Gulf Crown EP32 Mobilux EP2 Alvania EP2 Uniway EP2N Multifak EP2 Multis EP2 Unoba EP2 2

Viscosity Index 1 NGLI Mfr. Ambient Temperature Range Castrol Chevron Exxon Gulf Mobil Shell Statoil Texaco Total Union NGLI AGMA ISO Viscosity Grade Mfr. Shell Gear Oil -6 to 16 C
(20 to 60 F)

Or after 3000 hrs drilling


Item QA-26 QA-73 Load Bearing Components Main Shaft Counterbalance Accumulator Motor Alignment Accumulator

Annual Schedule
Inspect for Mechanical Check Electronic Check MPI and Visual Check End Play Check Run Out Check Pressure Check Pressure Action Record Results Record Results Record Results Record Results Adjust as Necessary Adjust as Necessary

Alpha LS-68 NL Gear 68 Spartan EP68 EP Lube HD68 MobilGear 626 Omala 68 Loadway EP68 Meropa 68 Carter EP 68 Extra Duty NL2EP

7 to 30 C
(45 to 85 F)

Alpha LS-150 NL Gear 150 Spartan EP150 EP Lube HD150 MobilGear 629 Omala 150 Loadway EP150 Meropa 150 Carter EP 150 Extra Duty NL4EP N/R 4EP 150

Above 21 C
(Above 70 F)

Alpha LS-320 NL Gear 320 Spartan EP320 EP Lube HD320 MobilGear 632 Omala 320 Loadway EP320 Meropa 320 Carter EP 320 Extra Duty NL6EP

LUBRICATION

Viscosity Index N/R 2EP 68

LUBRICATION

N/R 6EP 320

5 Year shop overhaul - contact service center for details


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Motor Grease Cyprina RA (All Temperatures) 11

TDS-4S Top Drive Lubrication Points


Apply two pumps of grease to each grease fitting Bail Pins Upper Bonnet Seal Washpipe Assembly Retractable Guide Dolly

TDS-4H Top Drive Lubrication Points


Swing Guide Dolly

Washpipe Assembly

Gear Oil Filter

Gear Oil Filter Swing Guide Dolly

LO
LO

Retractable Guide Dolly Motor Trunnions Gear Oil Sight Gage Upper Quill Shaft Bearing Gear Oil Fill Bail Pins

LUBRICATION

LUBRICATION

Gear Oil Sight Gage Gear Oil Drain and Sample Valve Apply two pumps of grease to each grease fitting 13

Gear Oil Fill

Gear Oil Drain and Sample Valve

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Swing Guide Dolly Lubrication Points

Hydraulic Link Tilt Lubrication Points


Hydraulic Link Tilt

Swing Guide Dolly Hinge

Apply two pumps of grease to each grease fitting

650/750 Ton Powered Rotating Head Lubrication Points


Motor Trunnions Swing Guide Dolly Powered Rotating Head Bull Gear Brush with grease

LUBRICATION

LUBRICATION

Apply two pumps of grease to each grease fitting 650/750 Powered Rotating Head 14 15

PH-60 Pipehandler Lubrication Points 500 Ton Capacity


500 Ton Rotating Head Rotating Head Position Roller Support Shaft Brush with grease

PH-60 Pipehandler Lubrication Points 650/750 Ton Capacity


650/750 Ton Rotating Head Support Shaft Brush with grease 650/750 Ton Link Adapter IBOP Actuator Cranks Upper IBOP Valve

IBOP Actuator Cranks Upper IBOP Valve

500 Ton Link Adapter

Link Adapter Wear Shoe

Link Adapter Wear Shoe IBOP Actuator Cam Followers Link Spreader Clamp Body Cylinder Trunnion

IBOP Actuator Cam Followers Link Spreader

IBOP Actuator Arms Torque Tube Clevis Pins Clamp Body

IBOP Actuator Arms Torque Tube Clevis Pins

Clamp Body Cylinder Trunnion

LUBRICATION

LUBRICATION

Clamp Body

Elevator Link Eyes Pipe Dope Apply two pumps of grease to each grease fitting 16 17

Elevator Link Eyes Pipe Dope

Apply two pumps of grease to each grease fitting

PH-85 Pipehandler Lubrication Points 500 Ton Capacity


500 Ton Rotating Head Rotating Head Positioning Roller Support Shaft Brush with grease

PH-85 Pipehandler Lubrication Points 650/750 Ton Capacity


650/750 Ton Rotating Head Support Shaft Brush with grease 650/750 Ton Link Adapter IBOP Actuator Cranks Upper IBOP Valve Link Adapter Wear Shoe IBOP Actuator Cam Followers Link Spreader IBOP Actuator Arms Torque Tube Clevis Pins Clamp Body Clamp Body Cylinder Trunnion

500 Ton Link Adapter IBOP Actuator Cranks Upper IBOP Valve

Link Adapter Wear Shoe IBOP Actuator Cam Followers Link Spreader

IBOP Actuator Arms Torque Tube Clevis Pins

Clamp Body Cylinder Trunnion

LUBRICATION

LUBRICATION

Clamp Body Elevator Link Eyes Pipe Dope 18

Elevator Link Eyes Pipe Dope Apply two pumps of grease to each grease fitting 19

Apply two pumps of grease to each grease fitting

Adjusting the Counterbalance System


Procedure Leave the HPU on during the entire adjustment procedure, and disconnect the TDS from the drill string near the bottom of the rails, but well off the stops. 1. Remove the caps and loosen the lock nuts on the needle valve and PRV located on the counterbalance manifold. It is not necessary to remove the front guard for access to the manifold. A small amount of oil will leak around the adjusting stems after removing the caps. 2. Open the needle valve and let the stem circulate for two minutes. Crack both upper cylinder fittings and bleed air from system. Tighten the fittings. Close the needle valve. 3. Using a hex wrench, screw in the PRV until the cylinder retracts, raising the TDS. 4. Slowly back out the PRV. The pressure decreases and the cylinder rods begin extending. When the integrated swivel bail contacts the hook, note the pressure on the gauge. Allow the pressure to decrease an additional 25 psi and tighten the locknut. Replace the caps on the valve adjustment stem. Counterbalance Manifold

Adjusting the Motor Alignment Cylinder


Procedure Once the alignment cylinder is installed, use the following procedure to properly adjust the motor alignment before operating TDS systems that have a separate alignment cylinder accumulator and valve manifold. 1. With the HPU turned off, bleed down the alignment cylinder accumulator by opening the needle valve located at the alignment cylinder valve manifold. 2. Remove the split shipping brace from the motor alignment cylinder. 3. Turn on the HPU and allow the system to circulate for approximately two minutes. 4. Close the needle valve. 5. Open the two flow control valves located at the alignment cylinder supply return lines 1-1/2 turns off their seats. (The pressure setting is adjusted by screwing the PRV in or out with a hex wrench. Screwing in the valve increases pressure and moves the saver sub toward the rails. Backing out the PRV reduces pressure and moves the saver sub away from the rails.) 6. Verify the correct pressure setting using the following procedure: a. With the HPU on, back down the pressure using the PRV until the saver sub begins to pivot away from the rails. Record this pressure. b. Slowly increase the pressure until the saver sub no longer moves closer to the rails as pressure increases. At this time, the cylinder should be in a dead band area. c. Slowly increase the pressure until the saver sub begins to move toward the rails again. Record the pressure reading when this occurs. d. To determine the correct pressure setting, add the average pressure readings from steps a and c above and divide by two. The resulting pressure dead band provides equal pre-load in each direction both toward and away from the rails. e. Record the pressure setting for future reference. 7. Set a joint of drill pipe in the slips. 8. Bring the top drive down as if stabbing the saver sub into the box. The pin and the box should be in 21

MAINTENANCE / SPARES

Upper Motor Frame Crossmember (Ref.)

MAINTENANCE / SPARES

Needle Valve (on opposite side) Pressure Gauge

Pressure Reducing Valve 20

Adjusting the Motor Alignment Cylinder


Procedure Continued alignment so that the OD of the pin clears the shoulder of the box. If adjustment is necessary, use the following procedure: a. Measure how far and in what direction (toward or away from the rails) the pin must move to line up with drill pipe box. b. Turn off the HPU and bleed down the alignment cylinder accumulator. This allows the motor alignment cylinder to relax and the motor to rotate on its trunnions, until the swivel contacts the motor frame. c. Loosen the lock tab and jam nut on the cylinder clevis. d. Use a wrench on the cylinder rod flats to screw the rod into or out of the clevis, in the same direction the saver sub pin is to be moved. A 1/4 in. of pin movement results from a 3/4 turn of the rod. The alignment cylinder rod extension should be 2 3/8 1/8 in. gland to rod threads when the system is properly aligned. e. Secure the jam nut and lock tab. f. The nominal position of the two flow control valves is 1-1/2 turns off their seats. Should heavy drill pipe vibration be encountered, first attempt to control it with non-rotating stabilizers in the casing close to the surface. If motor movement becomes excessive due to continued vibration (more than 1/2 in. of cylinder stroke), the flow control valves may be closed to 3/4 turn off their seats. g. Tighten the lock nuts and replace the caps on all valve stems. (If the alignment cylinder is removed for service, install the alignment cylinder replacement brace to support the motor housing assembly while continuing to operate the TDS. After reinstalling the alignment cylinder, use the three bleed holes (located along top of cylinder barrel) to remove air trapped in the cylinder. Rail spacing and setback from the centerline of the well must be held within recommended tolerances in order to maintain vertical alignment of the TDS.)

Adjusting the Motor Alignment Cylinder


Motor Alignment Accumulator Gas Valve Bracket

Accumulator

Needle Valve Alignment Cylinder Manifold Pressure Reducing Valve Motor Alignment Cylinder

MAINTENANCE / SPARES

MAINTENANCE / SPARES

Motor Alignment Cylinder

2 3/8 in.

Gland

Rod Threads

Jam Nut

Clevis

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Adjusting the Torque Wrench


Procedure Use the following procedure to adjust the pipehandler torque wrench: (The pipehandler torque wrench is properly adjusted and tested in the factory before it is shipped. Perform the adjustment procedure after performing maintenance on the torque wrench or if the torque wrench does not function correctly.) 1. Connect a pup joint or joint of drill pipe to the saver sub and makeup hand tight. Be sure to use the correct thread compound when making up. (When adjusting torque wrench manifold needle valves, loosen the locknut around the valve stem and use a 5/32 in. hex wrench to adjust the valve. After obtaining desired setting tighten locknut around valve stem.) 2. With the HPU off, screw the RECYCLE, CLAMP, and TORQUE sequence valves on the torque wrench manifold fully in. 3. Fully back out the Pressure Reducing Valve (PRV), then screw in one turn. 4. Turn the LIFT/LOWER flow control valve fully in, and then back it out three turns. 5. Turn on the HPU. 6. If the torque cylinders are in their full clockwise position, set the Make/Break valve to MAKE. If they are in their full counterclockwise position, set Make/Break valve to BREAK. Note that torque cylinders should not move if the recycle sequence valve is fully in. 7. Slowly back out the RECYCLE sequence valve until torque cylinders just start to move, then screw out an additional full turn. 8. Move the Make/Break valve to BREAK. Set the PRV to 750 psi. 9. Switch the lever between MAKE and BREAK to adjust the RECYCLE sequence valve until full rotation in each direction takes six to eight seconds. Tighten the locknut around the RECYCLE sequence valve adjustment screw. 10. Set the Make/Break valve to MAKE. 24

Adjusting the Torque Wrench


Procedure Continued 11. Depress and hold the torque wrench operating button on the VDC. The torque wrench should lift and the clamp jaws should remain retracted. 12. Slowly back out the CLAMP sequence valve until the clamp jaws just begin to clamp onto the tool joint. Screw out an additional half turn. Lock the CLAMP sequence valve adjustment screw in position by tightening the locknut. 13. Back out the TORQUE sequence valve until the torque cylinders just begin to stroke, then back out an additional half turn. Tighten the locknut around the TORQUE sequence valve adjustment screw. 14. Release the torque wrench operating button on the VDC. The torque wrench should start to unclamp and drop, then the torque cylinders should recycle. 15. If the torque cylinders recycle before the clamp cylinders retract, screw in the RECYCLE sequence valve until the torque cylinders do not move before clamp cylinders have fully retracted. Tighten the RECYCLE sequence valve adjustment screw locknut. 16. Cycle the torque wrench as many times as required to makeup the connection. 17. Set the Make/Break valve to BREAK. 18. Verify that the torque wrench correctly breaks out the drill pipe from the saver sub, without breaking out the saver sub or lower IBOP. 19. The torque wrench is ready for operation.

MAINTENANCE / SPARES

MAINTENANCE / SPARES

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Adjusting the Torque Wrench


Torque Wrench Control Manifold Torque Wrench Manifold Make/Break Valve
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Pipehandler Consummables
Typical for PH-60 and PH-85

Torque Gauge 0 - 2500 PSI

80

90
2000

10

50

40

1000

1500

500

0
0

2500

60

PRV

TORQUE

MAINTENANCE / SPARES

Torque Sequence Valve Clamp Sequence Valve Recycle Sequence Valve

CLAMP

LIFT LOWER

RECYCLE

Lift/Lower Flow Control Valve Hydraulic Pressure Inlet

Hydraulic Pressure Return 26

10

20

30

Link Adapter Wear Shoe IBOP Actuator Cam Followers

Upper IBOP Valve Seals Lower IBOP Valve Seals

MAINTENANCE / SPARES

Saver Sub Tong Dies Guide Flippers

See Technical Drawing Book for Varco part numbers 27

Wash Pipe Assembly


Typical Assembly View

Wash Pipe Assembly


Reassembly Procedure 1. With the packing box upside down, assemble the packing seals and spacers into the packing box using care to line-up the upper spacer slot with the dowel pin 2. Hand pack all seals with multipurpose lithium-based or high temperature moly-based grease using care not to grease the outside diameter of the spacers 3. Install the socket head dog nose screw, ensuring that the screw nose is fully engaged in the groove of the lower spacer 4. Install the grease fitting and turn the packing box upright 5. Install the wash pipe into the packing box assembly (slotted end up) 6. Install the wash pipe nut onto the wash pipe 7. Grease the packing seal and install into the holding ring using care not to grease the outside diameter of the holding ring 8. Install the packing seal and holding ring over the slotted end of the wash pipe 9. Install the snap ring 10. Install the upper and lower o-rings using grease to hold them in place 11. Compress the assembly to the length of the wash pipe Installation Procedure 1. Install the wash pipe assembly on the Top Drive and hand tighten the wash pipe nut and packing box (apply pipe dope to the threads) 2. Manually rotate the mainshaft 1 or 2 revolutions to seat and align the pipe in the packing box 3. Set the Top Drive brake 4. Tighten the packing box first with the wash pipe wrench or by hammering a few blows on every other lug, releasing the brake, turning the mainshaft and reseting the brake with each blow (the packing box should tighten at approximately 3/4 turn or advance 1/4 inch from the hand tightened position) 5. Tighten the wash pipe nut next with the wash pipe wrench or by hammering gently on a lug (the wash pipe nut should tighten at approximately 1/4 turn or advance 1/10 inch from the hand tightened position) 6. Apply 6 to 8 pumps of multipurpose lithium-based or high temp moly-based grease to the grease fitting 7. Rotate the Top Drive at approximately 50 rpm for 1 minute without mud pumps 8. Turn on the mud pumps and check for leaks (if leaks occur, disassemble and repeat all previous steps) 9. If leaks continue, see the Top Drive service manual for inspection of alignment and runout of mating parts. 29

The wash pipe nut and the packing box have left-handed threads Slide the wash pipe nut and the packing box together for installation Hand pack all seals with multipurpose lithium-based or high temperature moly-based grease completely filling the void Ensure that the nose of the socket head dog nose screw is fully engaged in the groove of the lower spacer The wash pipe should be replaced when any measurable wear or grooving is present If the packing box is properly tightened, and a leak is still present, do not attempt to eliminate the leak with additional hammering (See Installation Procedure)

Dowel Pin

MAINTENANCE / SPARES

MAINTENANCE / SPARES

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Wash Pipe Assembly


Special Tools
Wash Pipe Wrench
Recommended for proper tightening of the wash pipe nut and packing box

Wash Pipe Assembly


Parts Breakdown
123290 & 123290-1000

3" Bore

4" Bore
123440 & 123440-750 O-Ring 51300-359-F Snap Ring 123634 Holding Ring 123437 Packing Seal (5 per Set) 123584-2 or 123584-3 Wash Pipe Nut 123431 Wash Pipe 123438 *123438-TC * Tungsten Coated

3" Bore Wash Pipe Wrench 30150084 4" Bore Wash Pipe Wrench 141481

O-Ring 51300-348-F Snap Ring 123562 Holding Ring 123288 Packing Seal (5 per Set) 123292-2 or 123292-3 Wash Pipe Nut 123284

4" Bore Packing Kits


Part #'s
123440-PK (Standard)

Contents

Comments
Nitrile/Cotton, Pressure rated at 5,000 psi (Use with Wash Pipe 123438 or 123438-TC) Nitrile/Armide, Pressure rated at 7,500 psi (Use with Wash Pipe 123438-TC only)

(1) Packing Set 123584-2 (2) O-Rings 51300-359-F (1) Grease Fitting 53219-1

Wash Pipe 123289 *123289-TC * Tungsten Coated

123440-PK-1 (1) Packing Set 123584-3 (High Pressure) (2) O-Rings 51300-359-F (1) Grease Fitting 53219-1

Packing Box 123563 Grease Fitting 53219-1 Socket Head Dog Nose Screw 123564 Long-Arm Allen Wrench 53303-14 Upper Spacer 123285

Packing Box 123626 Grease Fitting 53219-1 Socket Head Dog Nose Screw 123564 Long-Arm Allen Wrench 53303-14 Upper Spacer 123434

MAINTENANCE / SPARES

MAINTENANCE / SPARES

3" Bore Packing Kits


Part #'s
123290-PK (Standard)

Contents

Comments
Nitrile/Cotton, Pressure rated at 5,000 psi (Use with Wash Pipe 123289 or 123289-TC) Nitrile/Armide, Pressure rated at 10,000 psi (Use with Wash Pipe 123289-TC only)

(1) Packing Set 123292-2 (2) O-Rings 51300-348-F (1) Grease Fitting 53219-1

123290-PK-1 (1) Packing Set 123292-3 (High Pressure) (2) O-Rings 51300-348-F (1) Grease Fitting 53219-1

Middle Spacer 123286

Middle Spacer 123435

Middle Spacer 123286

Middle Spacer 123435

Lower Spacer 123287 O-Ring 51300-348-F

Lower Spacer 123436 O-Ring 51300-359-F

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Drill Stem
Rotating Head
Inside Diameter (inches)

Drill Stem Torque Values


Connection Outside Diameter (inches) Torque (ft-lb) Pressure (psi*)

Swivel to Main Shaft 3 7-5/8 API Reg. 8-5/8 3-1/2 Link Adapter 3 3-1/2 3 3-1/2 3 Torque Arrestor Link Adapter Support Plate 3-1/2 3 3-1/2 8-5/8 8-3/4 8-3/4 8-7/8 8-7/8 9 9 9-1/4 9-1/4

65,500 65,500 71,000 71,000 77,000 75,000 83,000 79,000 88,000 79,000

Main Shaft to Upper IBOP Valve 3 6-5/8 API Reg. 7-3/4 52,000

1735

Upper IBOP Valve

Upper IBOP Valve to Lower IBOP Valve 3 6-5/8 API Reg. 7-3/8 48,000 1600 Lower IBOP Valve to Saver Sub 3 6-5/8 API Reg. 7-3/8 46,000

1535

MAINTENANCE / SPARES

MAINTENANCE / SPARES

Crossover Sub to Lower IBOP Valve 3 6-5/8 API Reg. 7-3/8 46,000 1535 IBOP Valve Actuator * Read the psi at the gauge on the torque wrench manifold

Lower IBOP Valve

Saver Sub 32 33

Torque Values
Bolts Lubricated with Light Machine Oil
Grade 5
Diameter Threads per inch Min. Torque (ft lb) Max. Torque (ft lb) Clamp Force (lb) Diameter Threads per inch

Torque Values
Bolts Lubricated with Anti-seize Compound
Grade 5
Min. Torque (ft lb) Max. Torque (ft lb) Clamp Force (lb)

Coarse Thread Series, UNC 1/4 20 7.6 8.4 5/16 3/8 7/16 1/2 9/16 5/8 3/4 7/8 1 1-1/8 1-1/4 1-3/8 1-1/2 18 16 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 7 6 6 16 29 48 71 105 143 247 409 608 760 1064 1387 1843 18 32 53 79 116 158 273 452 672 840 1176 1533 2037

2020 3340 4940 6800 9050 11600 14400 21300 29400 38600 42300 53800 64100 78000

Coarse Thread Series, UNC 5.7 6.3 1/4 20 5/16 3/8 7/16 1/2 9/16 5/8 3/4 7/8 1 1-1/8 1-1/4 1-3/8 1-1/2 18 16 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 7 6 6 12.1 21.4 36 53 78 107 185 306 456 570 798 1040 1382 13.4 23.6 39 59 87 118 205 339 504 630 882 1150 1528

2020 3340 4490 6800 9050 11600 14400 21300 29400 38600 42300 53800 64100 78000

Fine Thread Series, UNF 1/4 28 9.5 5/16 24 24 20 20 18 18 16 14 14 12 12 12 12 18 33 52 86 114 162 285 447 665 836 1178 1596 2090

10.5 20 37 58 95 126 179 315 494 735 924 1302 1764 2310

2320 3700 5600 7550 10700 12950 16300 23800 32400 42200 47500 59600 73000 87700

Fine Thread Series, UNF 7.1 1/4 28 5/16 3/8 7/16 1/2 9/16 5/8 3/4 7/8 1 1-1/8 1-1/4 1-3/8 1-1/2 24 24 20 20 18 18 16 14 14 12 12 12 12 13.5 25 39 64 86 121 214 335 499 627 884 1197 1568

7.9 15.0 28 43 71 95 134 236 370 551 693 977 1323 1733

2320 3700 5600 7550 10700 12950 16300 23800 32400 42200 47500 59600 73000 87700

GENERAL INFORMATION

3/8 7/16 1/2 9/16 5/8 3/4 7/8 1 1-1/8 1-1/4 1-3/8 1-1/2

GENERAL INFORMATION

T.S. = 120,000 psi to 1" dia. Proof Strength = 85,000 psi T.S. = 105,000 psi 1-1/8" to 1-1/2" dia. Proof Strength = 74,000 psi

T.S. = 120,000 psi to 1" dia. Proof Strength = 85,000 psi T.S. = 105,000 psi 1-1/8" to 1-1/2" dia. Proof Strength = 74,000 psi

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Service Centers
United States of America
Varco 12950 West Little York Road Houston, TX 77041 P.O. Box 1473 Houston, TX 77251 USA Varco 8404 West Hwy. 90 New Iberia, LA 70560 USA Contact: Support Help Desk Telephone: (713) 856-4128 Fax: (713) 849-6189 Contact: Service Manager Office: (713) 937-5500 Contact: Service Manager Office: (318) 364-4583 Fax: (318) 365-2545

Service Centers
India
Varco Contact: Service Manager Office: (91) 36-155-1621

Australia
Varco 1378 Sale Victoria, 3850 Australia

Contact: Service Manager Office: (61) 893-363-988 Fax: (61) 893-363-987

Singapore
Varco No. 8, Sixth Lok Yang Road Singapore 628106 Contact: Regional Service Manager Mobile: (65) 97313441 Contact: Offshore Supervisor Office: (65) 265-5066 Fax: (65) 265-7485 Mobile: (65) 98314736 Contact: Workshop Manager Mobile: (65) 96320997

Brazil
Varco do Brasil Ltda. Estrada So Jos Imboassica, sn-Imboassica Maca Rio de Janeiro 27902-000 Office: 55-24-27-730600 Fax: 55-24-27-730600

United Kingdom
Varco (U.K.) Ltd. Systems Forties Road Montrose, Angus DD109ET Scotland Contact: Service Manager Office: (011) 44-1674-677-222 Fax: (011) 44-1674-677-379

China
Varco Contact: Service Manager Mobile: (86) 1393008965 Contact: Service Manager Office: (86) 106-495-3025 Mobile: (86) 1391224037

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

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Specifications
Motor

GE 752 Series or Shunt Hi-Torque DC Motor, 1130 hp


API Hoisting Capacity

500, 650 or 750 ton


Dolly Sizing (custom configurations available)
E

Swing/Non-Swing Retract 30 x 72 91 x 108 32 x 72 39 x 66 48 x 62 (inches setback x spacing)


Pipe Handler
D

PH-60 PH-85

60,000 lb ft torque 85,000 lb ft torque

Drill Pipe Sizes

3 1/2" to 6 5/8" (4 5/8" to 8 1/4" OD Tool Joint)


Stack Up Height

GENERAL INFORMATION

TDS-4S 20.8 ft (6.3 M)

TDS-4H 26.2 ft (7.9 M) (includes separate typical swivel)


B

System Output

Series Torque (lb ft) Continuous Intermittent Maximum RPM @Full Power Hi Lo 32500 50900 43400 67800 190 120
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Shunt Hi Lo
A

29640 46380 39500 61800 205 130