Roller Reamer

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1. Why run a Redback Roller Reamer?

Redback Roller Reamers have proven over many years to provide the highest levels of reliability and performance to aid the drilling operation and reduce hole issues. One of the main areas where the most benefit can be gained is when the Redback directly replaces fixed blade stabilisers. Our Roller Reamers act like a bearing between the BHA and borehole, leading to significant reduction of drilling torque and down hole vibrations. Running the roller reamer will eliminate hanging up, weight transfer and torque/vibration issues that can be caused with running stabilisers. The patented retention system employed in the Redback Roller Reamer provides superb reliability when compared to other roller reamer designs. Multiple reaming options to address various applications No limit to the application of the roller reamer in varying well profiles i.e. Vertical, directional and/or horizontal sections

2. Can I run the roller reamer in the drilling assembly?

Yes, historically the use of the roller reamers was to just run it in a clean out or wiper trip assembly after the section had been drilled. To gain the most benefit out of running a roller reamer, this should be run as part of the drilling assembly which will aid the drilling performance while ensuring the hole is kept in good condition and provide an easier trip out of the hole. Drilling assemblies including a roller reamer significantly reduces the likelihood of requiring a further clean out/wiper trip. Reaming the hole while drilling will make it easier to run the casing first time and without having the cost of an additional run