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Oil & Gas » Drilling Equipment

Sana International handles a wide range of brands for Drilling Equipment.


We can supply you with the following equipment:


Anular BOP










TexDrill 'B' &' W' Annular BOPs are compact, strong and simple construction with reliably seal which provide positive pressure control

for stripping drill into and out of hole.


Ram type BOP


TexDrill Ram type BOP is simple and compact and is suited for land and platform applications. The ram in the BOP is pressure energized. The well pressure acts on the ram to increase the sealing force and maintain the seal even with loss of the closing pressure.


TexDrill Ram type BOP can be supplied with the hydraulic locking devices to lock ram hydraulically and hold the ram mechanically closed even when actuating pressure is released. The operating system is interlocked using sequence caps to ensure that the taper lock is retracted before pressure is applied to open the BOP.


TexDrill Ram type BOP’s bonnet are opened and closed by hydraulic pressure and the ram change is quick and easy. All operating parts, as well as, the rams and seals can be replaced on site, thus providing a completely reconditioned preventer.








Ram type BOP | Ram type BOP with hydraulic locking device | S type BOP


Surface Drilling & Completion Systems


TDL Casing Head


The TDL Casing head feature a versatile straight bore design that can accept a wide variety of slip and mandrel type casing hangers.


The TDL Casing head design features a 45 degree landing shoulder. This design avoids damage to sealing areas by drilling tools and prevents test plug and blow protector wedging problems when pressure is applied. This design also allows for accurate vertical positioning of annular seals, control line porting and test ports.


TDH Casing Head


The TDH Casing head design feature is the same as the TDL Casing head. A landing base can be installed in this casing head when needed to use to distribute wellhead loads over larger areas when working in marshy locations or in platform applications.


TDC Casing Slip-Loc Head


TexDrill Casing Slip-Loc Head eliminates post heating, save time and quick to install. It can be moved from well to well when exploratory drilling, eliminating extra transportation and repair charges associated with conventional weld-on heads. Installation is simple: cut the casing in one of two ways by torch or mechanical cutter, slip the Casing Slip-Loc Head over the casing, test between the seals and tighten the exposed nuts. The connection is complete.








TDL Casing Head | TDH Casing Head | TDC Casing Splic-Loc Head


TZ Casing Spool


The TZ Casing spool feature a versatile straight bore design that can accept a wide variety of slip and mandrel type casing hangers. The TZ casing spool bore design is the same as the TDL and TDH Casing heads. The TZ Casing spool's bottom preparation has one or dual BT seals. Casing spool with one BT seal is used for service of 5,000 psi or less and dual BT seals for higher than 5000 psi working pressure. The bottom preparation can be furnished with integral “P”, “PP” seals, ”O-O”, “PE”, “4--O” bushing and metal-to-metal preparations.


We type Casing Hangers


   Wraparound, slip hanger

   Used when annulus seal is required independent of casing load

   Usually installed at the casing head or spool

   Elastomer seal mechanically activated by cap screws


Available: Nominal Sizes:9”, 11”, 13-3/8”, 21-1/4” Casing Sizes:5” thru 16-3/4”


WD Casing Hangers


   Wraparound, slip type hanger

   For easy installation and reliable operation, it is used for connecting casing head and surface casing

   For connection of 20”, 13-3/8”, 9-5/8” surface casing pipe








TZ Casing Spool | WE Type Casing Hangerds| WD Casing Hangers


ESP Wellhead and Christmas Tree Assembly


TexDrill Wellhead and Christmas tree can be supplied to meet specific electrical submersible pump application。 -The ESP completion design features include the interface capabilities with the ESP penetrator company, tubing hanger design and equipment production capability


TexDrill Christmas trees, both the traditional “stacked” trees and composite solid block trees have field-proven reliability on land and offshore applications。 -The Christmas tree assemblies incorporate TexDrill gate valves, chokes and actuators depending upon the applications.


The Christmas tree assemblies are manufactured in accordance with API Spec. 6A, latest edition。




   Size: 2 1/16 "~ 4 1/16"

   Working Pressure:2,000~20,000PSI

   Temp:- 60°C~+121°C (K,U)





Composite Solid Block Tree


TexDrill Composite solid block trees are most often required in order to meet land and platform limitation of space. Space consuming flanges can be eliminated and valve can be located closer together which effectively reduces production costs.


The Composite solid block tree assemblies incorporate TexDrill gate valve design and features and gate valves and chokes.


The Composite solid block trees are manufactured in accordance with API Spec. 6A, latest edition。




   Size: 2 1/16 "~ 4 1/16"

   Working Pressure:2,000~20,000PSI

   Temp:- 60°C~+121°C (K,U)



   Trim:AA~FF Options: Single or Dual ;Other sizes are available on special order








Xmass Tree | Choke & Kill Manifold | Low Torque Bonnet Seal


Mud Gas Separator


Manufactured according to SY/T 0448-97 and GB 150-1998 standard -Main part:separator-assembly,hydraulic-height control system (mannul),butterfly  valve,safety valve,directional valve etc。 -It can be used in accordance with choke manifold.To realize the mud-gas separate.











Mud Gas Separator


Anchors. Hold a mobile offshore drilling rig in place while drillings is taking place.


Drill Bits. Cover an incredibly diverse range depending on the type of drilling rig. They are often very precisely engineered and carefully machined and spaced for each specific application. They can be symmetric, asymmetric, measured from millimeters to meters in diameter, be high speed, low speed, work with air, fluids or dry.


Drill Casing and Drill Rods. Like drill bits are specifically tailored to the type of rig, bit and other parameters of the drill rig and process. They are also made to close tolerances regarding the dimensions, materials, hardening, treat me and the (often) proprietary threading and/or connectors used.


BOPs (Blowout Preventers). Are pieces of equipment installed at the wellhead to control pressures and fluids during drilling and completion and in particular to quickly close a well when something goes wrong in order to prevent spillage of mud, oil and/or flammable gas.




Bales. Hoops used to lift on the drill rods or casing they are threaded on and typically hooked on to the rig cable hoist system for lifting.


Centrifuges. Separate fine silt and sand from drilling fluid.


Chain Tongs. Wrenches used to tighten pipe, composed of a length of chain attached to a handle with an outwardly-toothed open jaw. The chain is wrapped around the pipe and fixed back on the jaw, the chain grips the pipe against the jaw teeth while the handle is used as a lever to turn the pipe. These come in a variety of sizes as required and are powered either manually or hydraulically.


Degassers. Separate gas from drilling fluid so that the mud can be safely re-used.


Elevators. Similar to bales, rather that threaded on, these are split collars which are placed around the drill rod or casing couplers and used for lifting.


Hydrocyclones. Separate fine sit and sand from drilling fluid.


Mud Motors


Mud Pits. store drilling fluid until it is required down the wellbore and to allow sand and silt to settle out before reuse.


Mup Pumps. Pump drilling mud or cement through the system.


Shale Shakers. Separate coarse drilling cuttings from the drilling mud before it is pumped back down the borehole.


Rotary Table. Rotates the drill bit attached to a string of drill pipe joints.


Draworks. Used to pick up and lower the drill string. Also used to control the weight on the Drill bit, and hence control rate of penetration (ROP).


Drill Pipe. They are joints of pipe used to connect the drill bit. They also act as a conduit for drilling mud, to cool off the drill bit, bring cuttings up to surface and balance down hole pressures. Dril pipes come in various sizes (diameters) the lengths are usually around 30', pressure ratings, and grades.