Century Products is a privately held manufacturing and custom design firm serving the global HDD Industry. Headquartered in Sussex, Wisconsin with representation in Brazil, Canada, Europe and Mexico, we provide worldwide sales across America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and the Pacific Rim.
Our downhole tools are ideal for the diversified market segments we serve which include the Oil and Gas Industry, Horizontal Directional Drilling Industry, Water and Sewer Industry, the Geothermal Industries and also the Mining Industries. In addition, our exclusive product lines offer tools suitable for a diverse range of drilling rigs to ensure the proper tooling to outfit any size rig.
We continually seek out and implement value-added technology that drives advancements in the tools utilized by industry leaders. Our corporate culture encourages forward thinking, asking questions and seeking out new approaches to drive improvement and innovation.
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Century Products offers a full line of made in the USA Tri-Cone™ Bits in both Tungsten Carbide Inserts (TCI) and Milled Tooth cutting structures. There are a variety of sizes and configurations in both the TCI and Milled Tooth cutting structures which allow our products to be tailored to specific drilling conditions.
These Tri-Cone™ Bits are designed for maximum penetration rates. Bit tracking is virtually eliminated by combining a large cone offset, sharp chisel-shaped inserts and non-uniform tooth spacing. Shirttail protection along with carbide leg protection increases bit life for HDD applications.
These Tri-Cone™ Bits have moderately sharp conical or chisel inserts with a shorter extension. An increased insert count helps reduce breakage when drilling in harder formations. Full bottom hole coverage and non-uniform insert spacing results in smooth drilling at high penetration rates.
These Tri-Cone™ Bits are designed to withstand high loads and drill abrasive conditions where rock is broken under high compressive point loads, with little scraping and gouging. Therefore, the cutting elements tend to be small, exhibit shorter protrusion and are more densely packed, which prevents the high compressive loads from breaking the tooth before it breaks the rock.
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