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IR3080 | ST80

Need Recertification for Iron Roughneck?

Our recertified IR3080 iron roughneck and ST80 iron roughneck are compact, lightweight, and ready to mount on the rig floor. With their advanced capabilities, you’ll experience faster rig-up times, increased safety, and reduced manual labour. This is an effective way to simplify the process of making tubular connections on a drill floor by minimizing hazards and streamlining efficiency.

The IR3080 iron roughneck and ST80 iron roughneck give you maximum efficiency in pipe handling operations to streamline your drilling processes. Explore our selection today and revolutionize your performance and productivity.

IR3080 Iron Roughnecks with 55” Arm Assembly

DESCRIPTIONMEASUREMENT
Weight7,600lbs (3,447 kg)
Spinner Drill Pipe/Collar Capacity3.5″ – 8.5″
Spin Speed (5″ pipe dia.)80 RPM
Spin Torque2,250 ft / lbs (3,050 N-m)
Wrench Drill Pipe/Collar Capacity3.5″ – 8.5″
Makeup Torque (maximum)60,000 ft /lbs (81,349 N-m)
Breakout Torque (maximum)80,000 ft / lbs (108,465 N-m)
Connection Height (maximum)68″ (172.72 cm) maximum
Connection Height (minimum)30″ (76.2 cm) minimum
Horizontal Travel55.5″ (141 cm)
Vertical Travel38″ (96.5 cm)
UTILITYMEASURMENT
Hydraulic System Pressure3000 psi (206.8 bar)
Hydraulic System Flow Rate40 gpm (151 Ipm)
Electrical Control Requirements24VDC (w/customer supplied HPU)

IR3080 Iron Roughnecks with 88” Arm Assembly

DESCRIPTIONMEASUREMENT
Weight10,000lbs (4,536 kg)
Spinner Drill Pipe/Collar Capacity3.5″ – 8.5″
Spin Speed (5″ pipe dia.)80 RPM
Spin Torque2,250 ft / lbs (3,050 N-m)
Wrench Drill Pipe/Collar Capacity3.5″ – 8.5″
Makeup Torque (maximum)60,000 ft /lbs (81,349 N-m)
Breakout Torque (maximum)80,000 ft / lbs (108,465 N-m)
Connection Height (maximum)73.5″ (186.8 cm) maximum
Connection Height (minimum)35.5″ (90.2 cm) minimum
Horizontal Travel88.4″ (224.6 cm)
Vertical Travel38″ (96.5 cm)
UTILITYMEASUREMENT
Hydraulic System Pressure3000 psi (206.8 bar)
Hydraulic System Flow Rate40 gpm (151 Ipm)
Electrical Control Requirements24VDC (w/customer supplied HPU)

ST80 Iron Roughnecks Equipment & Arm Assembly

DESCRIPTIONMEASUREMENT
Weight10,000 (4,536 kg)
Spinner Drill Pipe/Collar Capacity3.5″ – 8.5″
Spin Speed (5″ pipe dia.)80 RPM
Spin Torque2,250 ft / lbs (3,050 N-m)
Wrench Drill Pipe/Collar Capacity3.5″ – 8.5″
Makeup Torque (maximum)60,000 ft /lbs (81,349 N-m)
Breakout Torque (maximum)80,000 ft / lbs (108,465 N-m)
Connection Height (maximum)73.5″ (186.8 cm) maximum
Connection Height (minimum)35.5″ (90.2 cm) minimum
Horizontal Travel88.4″ (224.6 cm)
Vertical Travel38″ (96.5 cm)
UTILITYMEASUREMENT
Hydraulic System Pressure3000 psi (206.8 bar)
Hydraulic System Flow Rate40 gpm (151 Ipm)
Electrical Control Requirements24VDC (w/customer supplied HPU)

ST80C Iron Roughnecks Equipment & Arm Assembly

DESCRIPTIONMEASUREMENT
Weight7,400 lbs (3,356 kg)
Spinner Drill Pipe/Collar Capacity3.5″ – 8.5″
Spin Speed (5″ pipe dia.)80 RPM
Spin Torque2,250 ft / lbs (3,050 N-m)
Wrench Drill Pipe/Collar Capacity3.5″ – 8.5″
Makeup Torque (maximum)60,000 ft /lbs (81,349 N-m)
Breakout Torque (maximum)80,000 ft / lbs (108,465 N-m)
Connection Height (maximum)73.5″ (186.8 cm) maximum
Connection Height (minimum)35.5″ (90.2 cm) minimum
Horizontal Travel88.4″ (224.6 cm)
Vertical Travel38″ (96.5 cm)
UTILITYMEASUREMENT
Hydraulic System Pressure3000 psi (206.8 bar)
Hydraulic System Flow Rate40 gpm (151 Ipm)
Electrical Control Requirements24VDC (w/customer supplied HPU)

Key Features

Compact size and lightweight: These features of IR3080 and ST80 make them ideal for small drill floors. These iron roughnecks can also relocate away from personnel when fully retracted, providing clearance underneath.

Intuitive control methods: Via a local control panel on the tool, hard-wired remote control, or wireless remote. Advanced remotes can be used for increased automation and safety by automatically performing complete make/break cycles in the driller’s cabin.

Soft clamp: Soft clamp minimizes the amount of force applied to a connection during spinning operations. This helps eliminate “belling” when making thin-walled connections, extending tool joint life, and quickening makeup/breakout times.

Tool shutdowns: Tool shutdowns are the primary way to disable any iron roughneck functions with an easily accessible button or sensor, enabling complete control for a user.

Hydraulic and electrical interlocks: These interlock systems can be used as additional safety features for the user. Enable/disable certain functions on your machine to keep you safe from potential accidents or mistakes while working with them.

Proximity and analog position sensors: This feature identifies the tool’s position in connecting to the tubular.

Benefits

  • Enhanced safety for drill floor tasks, tongs, catheads reduced, and pipe spinners by mechanizing or automating the process
  • Increased efficiency for routine break-out or make-up operations
  • Easy and effective control panels for quick responsiveness and ease of operation
  • Easily configurable and established spare part sets for streamlined maintenance
  • Increased impact resistance, structural stability, and durability
  • Increased drilling rig lifetime with lower cost of ownership
  • High torque upgrades available
  • Effective and simplified lubrication process

Field Support & Engineering

Canadian Global’s field engineering group is ready to help you 24/7 if your equipment is experiencing any type of issue. We are a one-of-a-kind field engineering group offering a unique service by providing one-off, rig-specific equipment designs, and modifications.

We pride ourselves in understanding what it takes to thrive in the oilfield through rich experience and in-depth technical expertise. We will assist with electrical problems and software troubleshooting quickly and efficiently onsite so that everything gets taken care of immediately!

Repair & Rebuild

The tear-down, repair, and recertification process for iron roughnecks involves several meticulous steps to ensure the equipment’s functionality, safety, and compliance with industry standards.

  1. Tear-down:
    • The process begins with a thorough disassembly of the iron roughneck unit
    • Each component is carefully inspected for signs of wear, damage, or malfunction
    • Any worn or damaged parts are identified for repair or replacement
  2. Repair:
    • Identified worn or damaged parts are repaired or replaced with new components
    • Precision machining or welding may be employed to restore components to their original specifications
    • All repairs are conducted with strict adherence to manufacturer guidelines and industry best practices to ensure optimal performance and safety
  3. Recertification:
    • After repairs are completed, the iron roughneck undergoes rigorous testing to ensure it meets or exceeds industry standards and regulatory requirements
    • Functional tests are conducted to verify the proper operation of all components and systems
    • Structural integrity tests may also be performed to ensure the equipment can withstand operational stresses
    • Once the iron roughneck passes all tests and inspections, it is certified by engineers as compliant and ready for use in drilling operations
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